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Infiniti dealers get Motability training

Barry Beeston, Infiniti

Infiniti Centres across the UK is now able to provide a range of cars through the Motability Scheme following training of a specialist sales consultant for each location.

Currently available on the Scheme is the new ‘Built in Britain’ active compact Infiniti Q30, available with an Advance Payment of £299. More models will become available on the Scheme over time.

Barry Beeston, regional director for Infiniti UK, said: “The Motability Scheme is superb  as it provides customers with a great level of mobility and lifestyle in an affordable way.

“The three-year business model is good for personal expenditure planning and provides a sustainable business practise within the industry.”

To be eligible for the Scheme, customers must be in receipt of one of the following allowances:

Higher rate of mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA).
War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS).
Enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP).

Infiniti currently has 13 Centres in the UK, following the opening of Northern Ireland’s first facility earlier this month.

Mervyn Stewart Limited has opened Infiniti’s first retail site in Northern Ireland – on Boucher Crescent, Belfast – in one of the manufacturer’s temporary showrooms ahead of the opening of a new facility in early 2017.

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