VEHICLE MANUFACTURER’S MOBILITY REBATES
The Acura Mobility Program is proud to support the mobility needs of drivers and passengers with physical disabilities. When you purchase or lease an Acura vehicle, you will be provided with a cash reimbursement of up to $1,000 of the cost of aftermarket adaptive equipment that is installed on any eligible vehicle.
Conversions to Dodge Caravan, Dodge Grand Caravan, and Chrysler Town & Country models may be reimbursed up to a maximum of $1,000. Conversions to all other eligible Chrysler, Jeep® or Dodge models qualify for a maximum reimbursement of $750. Dodge and Freightliner Sprinter models qualify for a maximum reimbursement of $500 on wheel chair lifts. Running boards qualify for a maximum reimbursement of $400. Alerting devices qualify for a maximum reimbursement of $200. These reimbursements will not be reduced or affected by any additional outside funding.
The Ford Mobility Motoring Program provides up to $1,200 of reimbursement toward the cost of installed adaptive equipment on any new Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicle and up to $200 on after–market alert hearing devices, lumbar seats and running boards (when not available as factory options). Total reimbursement is not to exceed $1,200.
Get up to $1,000 in reimbursement ($1,200 for eligible Chevy Express and GMC Savana vans, including cutaways) for the cost and installation of eligible adaptive equipment. Plus get two additional years of standard OnStar service at no additional cost on all eligible, new OnStar-equipped vehicles. That’s a retail value of $400 or more, depending on the level of standard service on the vehicle.
The Honda Customer Mobility Assistance Program is proud to support the mobility needs of drivers and passengers with physical disabilities. Honda will provide a reimbursement of up to $1,000 to each eligible, original retail customer for expenses incurred to purchase and install qualifying adaptive equipment on any eligible purchased or leased Honda vehicle.
Hyundai Mobility Program program will assist Hyundai owners with up to $1,000 toward the cost of installation of new adaptive equipment in a new Hyundai vehicle purchased by an authorized Hyundai dealership.
Lexus Mobility Assistance Reimburses the vehicle owner up to $1,000 cash for after-market adaptive equipment for drivers and/or passengers when installed on any eligible Lexus vehicle purchased or leased new.
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. will provide a reimbursement of up to $1,000 to each eligible, original retail customer, for the exact cost they paid to purchase and install qualifying adaptive driving or passenger equipment for transporting persons with physical disabilities.
Volkswagen of America will provide up to $1000 towards the purchase and installation of lift equipment, carriers, hand controls, or pedal extensions on any eligible Volkswagen model.
Mobility by Volvo provides up to $1,000 in financial assistance toward the cost of adding adaptive equipment to an eligible new Volvo and up to $200 on alert hearing devices.
All of these programs have a number of qualifications, limitations, and restrictions that are subject to change at any time. Therefore, it is imperative that you contact the manufacturer for complete and current program rules to verify rebate amounts and eligibility before making any purchase.