How does the Qubo differ from the I Can in terms of features?
The Qubo is a smaller vehicle, so extremely easy to manoeuvre.
It also has a smaller engine therefore is more fuel efficient – 62 mpg compared to 50 mpg.
How does the Qubo differ from the I Can in terms of size internally?
It has a flexible layout of course, and offers both driver and passenger wheelchair solutions, and depending on the chairs.
How does the Qubo differ from the Kangoo in terms of size?
Dimensionally the Qubo gives you more space, also externally it is a slightly smaller vehicle.
Which wheelchairs can be used in the Qubo?
Generally, no different than any other drive from wheelchair vehicle, in the fact that there is no definite answer. There are so many different variations of chairs that can be adapted to be suitable to an individual; therefore we recommend a demonstration of the vehicle to determine this.
How do you move the seats in and out?
Both seats have a quick release slide mechanism. They have wheels, so they can be tilted back, so you don’t have to actually lift the seats out, you roll it backwards out of the vehicle and down the ramp.
Whats the maximum number of people within the car?
4 people with the fold down seat in the rear as an optional extra.
What is the advanced / down payment?
From £8,790 from 1st January 2013 – 31st March 2013
Can I have some more info on the Motability scheme?
You can call us at the office to speak to someone in Customer Services, or call Motability direct on 0845 456 4566 or go to www.motability.co.uk
What is the private purchase price?
From £25, 495
Do I have to pay a deposit?
Yes, private sales – £1000. Through Motability the advanced payment and any vehicle extras are paid for on hand-over of the car.
Is the rear end always fully automated or is there a manual option?
he vehicle has a fully automated tailgate and ramp with full electrics.. The same as the I-Can, the rear end opens automatically by the push of a button.
Does the vehicle have lowering air suspension?
No, the conversion has a very lower floor pan anyway, so this wasn’t required.
At what degree is the ramp?
12 degrees, an extremely low ramp which is the current Motability requirement.