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Best and worst small cheap cars on Motability 2017

Are you eligible for the Motability scheme? Confused about which car to go for? Here's our pick of the best and worst small cars on the scheme

Words ByClaire Evans

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4. Audi A1

The Audi A1 is a plush supermini with a superb interior. The five-door Sportback model is more practical than the three-door, but whichever model you pick, it is a great all-rounder. The 1.4-litre petrol engine is quiet and punchy enough for motorway miles, but reasonably frugal, too. You have to pay Β£399 up front, but after that our favourite version of the A1 costs Β£58 per month to lease.

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Our pick: 1.4 TFSI Sport 5dr

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3. Skoda Fabia

There’s plenty of choice of Skoda Fabias through the Motability scheme. It’s a great all-rounder, and if you are after a supermini, it should be towards the very top of your shortlist. Good to drive and economical, our favourite model comes with alloys, air-con and automatic emergency braking and is available with no Advance Payment. If you want even more space, the Fabia estate is also available with some good deals.

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Our pick: 1.2 TSI 90 SE L

2. Ford Fiesta

Britain’s best-selling car is available in a number of different trim and engine combinations through the Motability scheme. Our pick of the range is the 1.0T Ecoboost 125 in ST-Line X trim. To get it, you'll need to make an Advance Payment of Β£345, but after that it costs Β£58 per month. The Fiesta's automatic gearbox is impressive for a small car, but opting for this increases the Advance Payment to Β£495.

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Our pick: 1.0 Ecoboost 123 ST-Line X 5dr

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