Whatever the size of your family – and budget – we have a wheelchair accessible vehicle to suit you.
Our range of WAVs are designed to seat up to eight people with room to spare for your luggage and even the family dog. Whether you choose to buy privately or through the Motability Scheme, let our team of specialists take the hassle out of buying your next WAV.Find out more about us
Ford Tourneo Custom
An ideal car for families with children, the Tourneo Custom has space for up to five people.
Motability AP from £7,609 (Q2)Learn More
Ford Transit Custom
With room for eight people this spacious vehicle is ideal for large families.
Motability AP from £7,721 (Q2)Learn More
VW Caddy Maxi Life
This stylish WAV has a flexible seating layout and room for six people.
Motability AP from £POALearn More
Ford Grand Tourneo Connect
This high quality vehicle has a manual folding ramp and space for six people.
Motability AP from £4,976 (Q2)Learn More
Arrange a Demo
Get a first-hand look at our wheelchair accessible vehicles with a free home demonstration.
What is Motability?
Exchange your mobility allowance for a five year lease on one of our new wheelchair accessible vehicles.
My Vehicle App
Download our free App packed full of guides and key dates for Cartwright Mobility vehicle owners.
Get back on the open road with our vehicle adaptations designed to make travelling easier.
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