There aren’t any Audi Motability with nil deposit in Q3 of 2021, though prices change every three months, so it’s worth checking for updates.
However, getting a brand new Audi A1 or A3 Sportback, or an Audi Q2 or Q3, on the Mobility Scheme is still a great deal. Advance Payments start from £1,350 and reduce even lower if you have a War Pensioners Mobility Supplement (WPMS) – right down to just £221 for the cheapest Audi model on the scheme, the Technik 95.
You’ll benefit from other savings, too, as motoring expenses like car insurance and car tax are included as part of the Motability Scheme, as well as breakdown cover from the RAC, and the cost of any tyres and windscreens that might need replacing.
If you take care of your Audi Motability car and return it in good condition at the end of your lease – undamaged paintwork, clean interior – then you could also receive some money back via the Good Condition Bonus. This is up to £600 for a car on a three-year lease, and up to £900 for an Audi on a five-year lease contract.
The Motability Scheme is a great way to lease and drive a new Audi.