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Your Motability car search starts here. Whether you want a compact car, SUV or hybrid vehicle, we have the right model for you.

We have an extended list of Motability cars and offers - including self-charging hybrids. So, all you need to do is choose the model that suits your needs. Our Motability Specialists, Phil Bagshaw, John Hart, Taylor Talbot & Garry Lambert will be happy to answer any questions that you have and guide you through the purchase of your new vehicle, please call 01782 202782 to speak to one of them.

Motability Offers

Ceed Sportswagon Motability Offer FROM £499 ADVANCED PAYMENT

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Niro Hybrid Motability Offer FROM £599 ADVANCED PAYMENT

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Niro Plug-in Hybrid Motability Offer FROM £5,449 ADVANCED PAYMENT

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our Motability cars include everything you need to get yourself on the road: your brand-new Kia car will be adapted to your needs, insured, serviced, maintained and taxed as part of the price, and we will replace your tyres and windscreen if you need us to.

Anyone with a higher rate mobility allowance and at least 12 month’s award left is eligible. So, that includes:

- Higher Rate Mobility Component of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
- Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP
- War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement (WPMS)
- Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP)

Servicing varies from car to car, and mileage plus age are also factors. But when you pick up your Kia, your dealer will give you the vehicle manual and service book, which will have all the information you need about servicing your Motability car.

If you’re eligible, applying is easy. In fact, it involves just three easy steps:

1. Contact your local Kia dealer and arrange a test drive. All of our dealers are trained about the Motability scheme, so they can help find the right car.
2. During your appointment you’ll go through the Statement of Responsibilities form - this will make sure the Motability car and scheme you’re considering are the right fit.
3. Once you’ve picked your car, you’ll need to bring your Certificate of Entitlement, a recent utility bill and the driving licences of any drivers to be insured. If your proposed driver can’t come to the dealership, they’ll need to complete the Driver Fair Processing Declaration Form so that the DVLA can check their licence.

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Benefits of Kia Motability

Our award-winning range has been built to help you enjoy your freedom. Each car has been specially designed with the latest technology and innovative safety equipment, so you can sit behind the wheel with confidence and peace of mind.

Motability Benefits- Style


There’s no need to compromise on appearance, our range is as stylish as it is practical.


Motability Benefits- Space


Our cars are perfect for everyday journeys, with practical cabins, good ride height and plenty of load capacity.

Motability Benefits- Safety


All our cars are designed to keep you safe. Most of our advanced safety equipment is standard, offering the latest technology across our range.

Motability Benefits- Technology


Make your trips smoother with our new 10.25” screen featuring Telematics, Navigation, Reversing Camera and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.

Motability Benefits- Automatic


Most Kia Motability cars are available with automatic transmission to help make your journeys convenient and simple.

Motability Benefits

When you purchase a Kia car through the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or the Personal Independent Payment (PIP) scheme, we take care of everything - you just need to add fuel.

Motability Benefits- Servicing and Maintenance Coverage

Servicing and Maintenance Coverage

We’ll make sure your car stays in top condition with regular servicing and maintenance.

Motability Benefits- Tyre and Windscreen Replacement

Tyre and Windscreen Replacement

Whether you are worn down or you’ve got a flat, it will take more than a crack or a chip to keep you off the road.

Motability Benefits- Insurance Coverage

Insurance Coverage

The Motability scheme keeps you covered, no matter what happens.

Motability Benefits- Full RAC Breakdown Assistance

Full RAC Breakdown Assistance

Sometimes things go wrong, but you’ll be protected with roadside assistance.

Motability Benefits- Road Tax Included

Road Tax Included

We’ll renew it for you, so you don’t have to.

Motability Benefits- Adaptations at no extra cost

Adaptations At No Extra Cost

Many adaptations are included in the price so you get the car that is right for you.


Motability Benefits- 60,000 Mile Allowance

60,000 Mile Allowance

All our Motability cars come with a 60,000 mile allowance over 3 years, so you’re free to enjoy any journey.

Motability Benefits- Three Named Drivers Included

Three Named Drivers Included

Your insurance includes 3 named drivers, so you’ll never be stuck without a way to drive your Kia.

Meet our Motability Team

John Hart


I have been helping Motability customers for a little over 5 years now and being able to provide each customer with a vehicle that will aid their independence is what drives me to deliver the very best service every-time. Friendly, approachable and caring are just some of the qualities I possess and I strive for complete customer satisfaction. The awards speak for themselves!

Phil Bagshaw


I have been in the trade for a little over 7 years now and have been aiding Motability customers for the majority of that time. Within that experience I have gained many skills and traits that enable me to help Motability customers with the very best care and attention which in turn provides the customer the very best service. You’re guaranteed complete satisfaction!

Taylor Talbot


I am relatively new to the trade but I am eager to learn and progress. Being able to assist all customers in the search for their perfect car is my objective, whilst delivering the highest level of service and building relationships that last a life-time. We're award winning for a reason! Come and see why!

Garry Lambert


It is great to be back with Ken Jervis Kia after many years away. I am keen and eager to pick up the baton of Motability and help customers with their independence. It is definitely one of the most rewarding parts of the job and I can't wait to start! My many years of experience within the industry and indeed, with the Motability scheme will be beneficial to all of the customers that come to enquire.

The Government has announced it will end the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030. Now might be a good time to decide whether your next Motability car should be electric. Take a look at the sections below and call one of our Motability Specialists for more information!

The range of an electric car is how far it will travel. A small electric car may have a range of just over 100 miles on a fully charged battery, however range is improving all the time and the majority of electric cars can now drive more than 200 miles between charges.

Like the miles per gallon (MPG) figure given for petrol and diesel cars, the range stated by a manufacturer is from test conditions and when driven in real world conditions the range achieved will be lower. As with all cars, things like number of passengers and weight being carried, speed, driving style, types of road and terrain, as well as the use of features such as heating and air conditioning, will all affect the range that an electric car can achieve on a fully charged battery. The weather also has an impact on range, so you should expect to achieve a lower range in colder weather.

An important way to preserve your range it to “pre-condition” your vehicle before you leave your house. Put simply, you schedule your departure time via the car’s media system, or vehicle app, and the car is heated or cooled to your settings while it is plugged in. This means it is prepped and ready to go using the electricity from the charger, rather than the battery in the car. This is particularly important in winter when you might need the windows defrosted – doing this while the vehicle is plugged in at home will preserve your battery and maximise your range.

If you are able to have a home charger fitted, this can make recharging more convenient than using traditional petrol stations, however if you need to recharge when you are out and about it will take longer than refuelling a traditional petrol or diesel car. It’s good to know that charging technology is improving all the time and if you choose an ‘ultra-fast’ or ‘ultra-rapid’ charger you could recharge in around 15 minutes.

Electric chargepoints generally fall into three types: slow, fast and rapid. If you have a home chargepoint installed as part of your first lease for a fully electric vehicle this will be a 7kW charger.

  • Slow – 3kW (charging a 40kWh battery will take 13 hours)
  • Fast – from 7kW to 22kW (a 22kW charger will top up a 40kWh battery in 2 hours)
  • Rapid – from 43kW to 50 kW (a 50kW charger will top up a 40kWh battery in 1 hour 15 minutes)
  • Ultra-fast / ultra-rapid – 150kW (charging a 40kWh battery will take 15 minutes)

It always takes longer to charge if you are starting from a completely empty battery, so we recommend that you recharge when the battery level gets down to around 10-20%. Starting a charge from 10% could take around 30 minutes less using a fast charger.

One of the great things about leasing an electric car through the Motability Scheme is that the home chargepoint is included at no extra cost for customers leasing their first pure battery electric vehicle. Having a chargepoint fitted at your home is the most convenient and cost-effective way of charging your electric car.

To get a home chargepoint fitted you must have off-road parking, for example a driveway or garage. Once your application for an electric car has been accepted, we will allocate you to one of our approved chargepoint installers. All our installers will help you through the process of having the specialist 7KW chargepoint installed. You’ll need to take some photos of where you want the charger fitted and your fuse board too.

Obviously this depends on the energy tariff you are on, however for a typical electric car with a 60kWh battery and 200-mile range, it should cost around £9.20 for a full charge at home*. On average, electricity will cost around a third of what the petrol would cost. So, for the miles that would cost you £90 in petrol, this should cost you around £30 in an electric car.

However, the cost of energy varies significantly depending on which tariff you are on, so it’s really important that you speak to your energy provider. They will advise you on the best off-peak time to charge your car, usually overnight, as this will make a big difference to the cost of charging. Some energy providers have special tariffs for charging electric cars. There is information on tariffs for electric cars on some of the popular price comparison websites.

There are more than 45,000 chargepoint connectors across the UK with more being added every day. The network is made up of lots of different providers, some of which may require you to download an app or to register or subscribe to use their charge points, whereas others you can access using a contactless payment card.

If you don’t have off-street parking, or you’re not able to have a home chargepoint installed, Motability Scheme customers leasing their first pure electric vehicle, are given access to the BP Pulse Polar Network. This is a network of over 8,000 charge points run by BP Pulse that offers discounted or free charging at selected chargepoints across the UK.

Our Location

Ken Jervis Kia

Cobridge Road
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
ST1 5JU.