It is a new year, and that means there are lots of new car deals as manufacturers fight for your business in 2018. We've had a look to see what's currently on offer, but with so many new car deals available right now, it can be difficult to find the one that’s right for you. However, don't worry, as we've picked out a selection of the best. Our list is based on the cars that you voted for in our Driver Power survey and all the new car deals are a representative (PCP). We’ve listed the size of the deposit you must put down, as well as what the manufacturer is bringing to the table through a deposit contribution. The bigger the reduction, the better – and some manufacturers are discounting their cars by thousands at the moment. The total amount payable reflects what you as the buyer will pay at the end of the agreement (excluding the dealer contribution).
Bear in mind that with PCPs, you have the option to hand in your car at the end of the deal, foregoing the final payment. We’ve also enlisted the help of our sister site, new car broker to provide ‘aim-to-pay’ prices. If you’re not buying on finance, this will give you a target of what you should pay.
Although the car deals go through regular updates through the manufacturers and car brokers, the numbers below give you a clear idea of what you can expect to pay for each model. Always be prepared to haggle – as there’s usually a little room for manoeuvre on the prices quoted.
March Madness may be in the air and thoughts turning to when will spring ever arrive, but now may be a good time to check out what’s available in the way of t. 2018 has arrived, and with it comes a host of new car deals. We round up the best available right now. 2018 has arrived, and with it comes a host of new car deals. We round up the best available right now.
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Best city car deals Toyota Aygo - £129 per month. Image 2 of 45 The comes with zero per cent finance, although unlike with the Auris (below), dealers don’t contribute to the cost. This doesn’t make the city car any less affordable, though, with monthly payments of just £129.
The £3,123.50 deposit shouldn’t be too steep for most buyers, either. Model: Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-i x-claim Per month: £129 List price: £14,195 Aim to pay: £13,095 Deposit: £3,123.50 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £0 Number of payments: 41 Final payment: £5,782.50 Total paid by customer: £14,195 Peugeot 108 – £146 per month. Image 3 of 45 ’s small city car costs £12,560 in Allure trim with a 1.2-litre PureTech petrol, but dealers are throwing in an added discount of £1,200 when you buy on finance. All s come with USB connectivity and electric windows, but mid-spec Allure models also feature a rear camera, keyless entry, auto lights and better trim. Peugeot offers the above deal with a 6,000-mile annual limit.
Model: Peugeot 108 1.2 (82) Allure 5dr Per month: £146.52 List price: £12,560 Aim to pay: £11,875 Deposit: £2,052 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,200 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £5,243 Total paid by customer: £12,569.72 Fiat 500 - £205 per month. Image 4 of 45 Not many new cars can be bought with a deposit of less than £1,000, but has squeezed its retro city car below the mark. This is made possible thanks to dealers throwing in an additional £1,100 towards the deposit. The TwinAir is fun to drive, while Lounge trim brings kit like a fixed sunroof, parking sensors, cruise control and a five-inch touchscreen. Model: Fiat 500 0.9 TwinAir Lounge Per month: £205 List price: £14,615 Aim to pay: £12,900 Deposit: £915 APR: 4.5% Deposit contribution: £1,100 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £4,489 Total paid by customer: £15,039 Best supermini deals Hyundai i20 - £177 per month.
Image 5 of 45 A customer deposit of £2,655, payments of £177.09 per month and a £1,000 deposit contribution from the dealer help make the very affordable against rivals like the. The Turbo Edition features additional kit like touchscreen sat-nav with seven years of live traffic updates, plus a reversing camera. Model: Hyundai i20 1.0 T-GDi 100 Turbo Ed Per month: £177.09 List price: £13,275 Aim to pay: £11,261 Deposit: £2,655 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £4,279.75 Total paid by customer: £13,309.99 Skoda Fabia - £178 per month. Image 6 of 45 The combines decent value, practicality and a good interior. SE cars are well equipped with climate control, a leather steering wheel and parking sensors. A £1,427 customer deposit is ideal for young buyers, and the £178.53 monthly payments are appealing.
Model: Skoda Fabia 1.0 TSI (95) SE Per month: £178.53 List price: £14,275 Aim to pay: £13,500 Deposit: £1,427 APR: 2.9% Deposit contribution: £2,000 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £5,284.90 Total paid by customer: £12,960 Honda Jazz - £189 per month. Image 7 of 45 For those after a supermini that offers class-leading space and practicality, the third-generation is now available with zero per cent finance. All Jazz models come with DAB, Bluetooth and cruise control, and mid-spec EX versions feature keyless entry, a rear camera and climate control, plus the useful Magic Seats.
Is advertising the Jazz with a generous 10,000-mile annual limit, too. Model: Honda Jazz 1.3 i-VTEC EX Per month: £189 List price: £16,455 Aim to pay: £15,150 Deposit: £2,761.06 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £0 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £6,889.89 Total paid by customer: £16,455 MINI - £189 per month. Image 8 of 45 The sporty Cooper S five-door can be had for as little as £189 a month, thanks to the brand’s generous £1,950 contribution towards the deal. However, compare it against the Fiat 500 and while the monthly payments are lower, the initial deposit is higher. The Cooper S will be more fun on the road, though, with a 0-62mph time of less than seven seconds. Model: MINI Cooper S 5dr Per month: £189 List price: £20,155 Aim to pay: £19,250 Deposit: £3,793 APR: 5.9% Deposit contribution: £1,950 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £8,189.95 Total paid by customer: £20,865.95 Best hatchback deals Nissan Pulsar - £179 per month. Image 10 of 45 For less than £200 a month, buyers can get hold of a sharp-looking, great-handling hatchback that comes with lots of kit as standard.
In SE-L Nav trim the features cruise control, leather seats, parking sensors and automatic lights and wipers, on top of a seven-inch touchscreen. To make the offer even more tempting, dealers are selling the 3 with a zero per cent finance plan and are contributing £1,250 towards the cost of the car. Model: Mazda 3 2.0 120PS SE-L Nav Per month: £199 List price: £20,765 Aim to pay: £18,275 Deposit: £5,910.12 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £1,250 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £6,440.88 Total paid by customer: £19,515 SEAT Leon - £205 per month. Image 11 of 45 With good looks, a sharp drive and a classy interior, the is one of the best hatchbacks on sale. The £1,999 customer deposit with £2,250 dealer contribution and £205 monthly payments should make the car even more attractive, too. Model: SEAT Leon 1.2 TSI 110 SE Dyn.
Tech Per month: £205 List price: £18,030 Aim to pay: £17,450 Deposit: £1,999 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £2,250 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £6,042.15 Total paid by customer: £17,686.15 Toyota Auris - £249 per month. Image 12 of 45 Toyota dealers are sweetening the deal on the hatchback by offering it with both zero per cent APR and a £1,500 deposit contribution. This means the Auris Design with a 1.8-litre petrol engine is cheaper in the long run to buy on finance than it is outright – although if you look at the BuyaCar aim to pay figure, there should be room to negotiate a discount if you opt for the latter. Model: Toyota Auris 1.8 VVT-i Design Per month: £249 List price: £20,605 Aim to pay: £18,429 Deposit: £2,619 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £1,500 Number of payments: 41 Final payment: £6,277.50 Total paid by customer: £19,105.50 Vauxhall Astra £253 per month. Image 13 of 45 The is one of the best family hatchbacks money can buy. And in this instance that equates to £253.55 a month for a mid-spec SRi Nav model with the company’s frugal 1.0-litre petrol engine. The offer is made better with dealers contributing £2,000 towards the car’s cost.
Model: Vauxhall Astra 1.0 EcoTEC SRi Nav Per month: £253.55 List price: £20,515 Aim to pay: £16,150 Deposit: £4,000 APR: 4.2% Deposit contribution: £2,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £6,746 Total paid by customer: £19,873.80 Skoda Octavia - £272 per month. Image 14 of 45 Anyone after an excellent family hatchback should consider the facelifted. It has more boot space than most rivals and is economical to run.
It’s made more attractive by dealers contributing £2,000 to your deposit and low 2.9 per cent APR. Model: Skoda Octavia 1.6 TDI SE DSG Per month: £272.27 List price: £21,840 Aim to pay: £19,500 Deposit: £3,276 APR: 2.9% Deposit contribution: £2,000 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £8,068.50 Total paid by customer: £20,889.10 Kia Cee’d - £282 per month.
Image 15 of 45 The comes with a good range of engines, decent practicality and sharp looks. GT Line spec adds sporty bits of trim inside and out, while the 1.0-litre turbo petrol is punchy and efficient. Dealers hope to get you on board with a £1,500 discount. Model: Kia Cee’d 1.0 T-GDi GT Line Per month: £282.91 List price: £20,580 Aim to pay: £18,650 Deposit: £4,350 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,500 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £6,097.50 Total paid by customer: £20,632.26 Best premium hatchback deals BMW 1 Series - £199 per month. Image 16 of 45 There’s little reason to not buy the on finance.
With dealers contributing an additional £4,404.94 towards the car, it’s several thousand pounds cheaper to buy on PCP than if you forked out the cash at once. The low £199 monthly payments will be easy to keep up with, too. Model: BMW 116d Sport 5dr Per month: £199 List price: £24,245 Aim to pay: £23,800 Deposit: £4,465 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £4,404.94 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £8,307.43 Total paid by customer: £22,125.43 Volvo V40 – £229 per month.
Image 17 of 45 The was designed with safety in mind. It was the first-ever car to feature a pedestrian airbag and comes with semi-autonomous safety features like auto emergency braking. A sporty R-Design with ’s latest 2.0-litre petrol engine can be yours with a £2,501 customer deposit and affordable £229 monthly payments. Volvo franchises are throwing in £3,903.50 to sweeten the deal. Model: Volvo V40 T2 R-Design Per month: £229 List price: £23,355 Aim to pay: £21,000 Deposit: £2,501 APR: 3.9% Deposit contribution: £3,903.50 Number of payments: 49 Final payment: £7,920 Total paid by customer: £21,642 Audi A3 – £249 per month.
Image 18 of 45 dealers are hoping to attract buyers to the with a £1,500 contribution towards the premium hatch. The deal comes with a 10,000-mile limit, and drivers who opt for Sport trim with a 1.6 TDI diesel will get a stylish three-door with an efficient and torquey diesel engine for £249 a month. Model: Audi A3 1.6 TDI (116) Sport Per month: £249 List price: £24,715 Aim to pay: £21,351 Deposit: £5,701.42 APR: 6% Deposit contribution: £,1500 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £8,938.55 Total paid by customer: £26,352.97 Best family car deals Skoda Superb - £240 per month.
Image 19 of 45 The was voted number one in our survey and for a good reason. It’s hugely practical (especially in Estate guise), has proven reliable and is good to drive. The interior is also stylish and the Superb comes with a good selection of efficient yet powerful engines. With monthly payments of £240.57, it’s cheap to buy, too. Skoda dealers are offering £3,000 towards the car, while the deal displayed here comes with a generous 10,000-mile annual mileage limit.
Model: Skoda Superb 2.0 TDI SE Estate Per month: £240.57 List price: £24,800 Aim to pay: £23,500 Deposit: £3,720 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £3,000 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £9,405.10 Total paid by customer: £24,431.89 Mazda 6 - £259 per month. Image 20 of 45 Mazda’s family saloon is good looking and sharp to drive, and should be seriously considered against rivals such as the and VW Passat. To make the choice even easier, Mazda dealers are contributing £2,500 towards the cost of the car, alongside a zero per cent APR offer. Model: Mazda 6 2.2D 150PS Sport Nav Per month: £259 List price: £27,475 Aim to pay: £24,200 Deposit: £7,276.38 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £2,500 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £8,374.62 Total paid by customer: £24,975 Volkswagen Passat - £285 per month. Image 21 of 45 Buyers keen on VW’s family saloon can look forward to a £4,000 contribution from their local dealer.
Running costs shouldn’t be too steep, as the 2.0 TDI claims 67.3mpg, while SE Business Edition trim brings kit like Adaptive Cruise Control as standard to make motorway journeys a breeze. Model: Volkswagen Passat 2.0 TDI (150) SE Business Per month: £285.58 List price: £25,675 Aim to pay: £21,100 Deposit: £2,567.49 APR: 5.9% Deposit contribution: £4,000 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £8,909.10 Total paid by customer: £24,908.85 Subaru Outback - £379 per month. Image 22 of 45 Those looking for an estate capable of tackling rough terrain should take a look at the. It comes with decent kit and permanent all-wheel drive, while Subaru is throwing in £3,500 towards the car. A 6,000-mile annual limit applies to this deal, though. Model: Subaru Outback 2.0D SE Premium auto Per month: £379 List price: £34,995 Aim to pay: £31,050 Deposit: £6,305 APR: 6.9% Deposit contribution: £3,500 Number of payments: 48 Final payment: £12,170 Total paid by customer: £36,667 Best hybrid car deals Lexus CT 200h - £284 per month.
Image 23 of 45 has taken an alternative approach with its hatch, emphasising reliability and low running costs. The hybrid 200h claims 68.9mpg economy, and to make the car even more attractive, dealers are contributing £1,250 to the cost. Model: Lexus CT 200h Executive Edition Per month: £284.09 List price: £24,355 Aim to pay: £21,950 Deposit: £4,948.35 APR: 3.9% Deposit contribution: £1,250 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £9,832.50 Total paid by customer: £24,724 Toyota Prius - £285 per month. Image 24 of 45 The fourth-generation claims 94.2mpg economy, and while the car will keep fuel costs to a minimum, Toyota dealers are doing their part by offering £1,000 towards the purchase price. With most Priuses being used in the city, sticking to Toyota’s 10,000-mile annual limit shouldn’t be too difficult. Model: Toyota Prius 1.8 Business Edition Plus Per month: £285.99 List price: £26,890 Aim to pay: £24,122 Deposit: £4,500 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,000 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £13,927.50 Total paid by customer: £28,437.15 Best electric car deals Nissan Leaf - £209 per month. Image 25 of 45 Electric cars will automatically keep fuel bills low, but Nissan wants to do one better with its electric.
It’s not only offering the EV with a £5,000 discount, but also throwing in a free home charging unit to encourage buyers to make the leap to zero-emissions mobility. Model: Nissan Leaf Acenta 24kWh Per month: £209 List price: £24,190. Aim to pay: £18,250 Deposit: £2,112.78 APR: 2.99% Deposit contribution: £5,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £10,825 Total paid by customer: £20,461.78.Excluding Government grant Best crossover deals Renault Captur – £159 per month. Image 26 of 45 The has just been updated, and as part of this BuyaCar offer, dealers are contributing £1,250 towards the cost of the pre-facelift crossover to draw customers in.
Monthly payments are just £159, although the 6,000-mile annual limit is a little stingy. Model: Renault Captur 0.9 TCe Dynamique Nav Per month: £159 List price: £16,595 Aim to pay: £14,400 Deposit: £3,084 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £1,250 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £6,537 Total paid by customer: £15,345 Suzuki Vitara - £202 per month.
Image 28 of 45 Drivers wanting a practical, stylish and sharp-driving SUV should take note of the. With a 513-litre boot and a back row capable of seating six-foot adults in comfort, this Hyundai is a strong proposition against similar rivals such as the Nissan Qashqai. Dealers are contributing £1,000 towards the car, and if you stick to 8,000 miles a year and opt for the Tucson S with the efficient 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive diesel engine, you will pay only £214.53 a month.
Model: Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive S Per month: £214.53 List price: £21,205 Aim to pay: £19,100 Deposit: £6,361.50 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £7,722.25 Total paid by customer: £21,806.83 Kia Sportage - £235 per month. Image 29 of 45 It’s hard to stand out in the competitive crossover market, with rivals such as the Nissan Qashqai, and Hyundai Tucson. To help attract buyers, is offering £1,000 towards potential buyers, and attractive 4.9 per cent APR finance. Model: Kia Sportage 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 Per month: £235.96 List price: £22,745 Aim to pay: £20,550 Deposit: £5,510 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £10,080 Total paid by customer: £23,724.56 Peugeot 2008 - £242 per month. Image 30 of 45 If you want the agility of the with a more spacious body and a comfortable ride, the is the answer. Dealers are contributing £2,000 towards the deposit of the mid-spec Allure with frugal 1.6 BlueHDi diesel power.
To get monthly payments of £242.47, you’ll need to stick to 6,000 miles a year. Model: Peugeot 2008 1.6 BlueHDi 100 Allure Per month: £242.47 List price: £20,160 Aim to pay: £16,800 Deposit: £3,152 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £2,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £7,200 Total paid by customer: £19,080.92 Ford Kuga - £297 per month. Image 31 of 45 It’s been on sale for nearly a decade, but there’s a good reason for that.
The is attractive to buyers who want the looks and kit of the in an off-road package, and is adding to its appeal by offering the SUV with zero per cent finance. The 1.5-litre EcoBoost petrol economy promises good fuel economy, while Titanium trim brings extra kit like part-leather seats, automatic headlights and Ford’s neat SYNC phone voice control system. Model: Ford Kuga 1.5T EcoBoost Titanium Per month: £297.97 List price: £24,345 Aim to pay: £21,176 Deposit: £5,000 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £0 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £8,618 Total paid by customer: £24,345 Honda CR-V - £309 per month. Image 32 of 45 The Mk4 has more of a premium feel than previous generations, but it doesn’t sacrifice practicality. Honda franchises are helping out with £3,000 towards the deal, and a high-spec SE Plus Navi with the 1.6-litre diesel costs £309 a month when you stick to Honda’s 10,000-mile annual limit.
Model: Honda CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC SE Plus Navi Per month: £309 List price: £27,270 Aim to pay: £23,237 Deposit: £4,924.87 APR: 5.9% Deposit contribution: £3,000 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £10,942.37 Total paid by customer: £26,991.24 Toyota RAV4 - £376 per month. Image 33 of 45 There’s an efficient hybrid version, but opt for the 2.0-litre diesel and you’ll still get a claimed 60.1mpg. Icon trim brings extra kit like 18-inch alloy wheels and heated seats. Toyota is offering zero per cent finance and an 8,000-mile annual limit on the SUV. Model: Toyota RAV4 2.0 D-4D Icon Per month: £376.68 List price: £30,160 Aim to pay: £27,250 Deposit: £3,016 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £0 Number of payments: 41 Final payment: £11,700 Total paid by customer: £30,160 Best premium crossover deals Audi Q3 - £309 per month. Image 34 of 45 Stick to under 10,000 miles a year, and you could have Audi’s premium small SUV for £309 in S line trim with a punchy, yet refined 1.4 TFSI engine.
Dealers are offering £1,350 towards the cost, although the final payment at the end of the deal is a hefty £13,657.25. Model: Audi Q3 1.4 TFSI (150) S line Per month: £309 List price: £30,400 Aim to pay: £26,085 Deposit: £4,496.32 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,350 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £13,657.25 Total paid by customer: £32,704.50 Lexus NX - £349 per month. Image 35 of 45 Futuristic styling marks the out from the premium crossover crowd, and it’s made even better by the low running costs of the advanced hybrid drivetrain in the 300h model. Opt for Luxury trim that brings extra kit, and monthly costs are £349, while Lexus dealers contribute £2,000 towards the deal. Model: Lexus NX 300h Luxury Per month: £349 List price: £36,145 Aim to pay: £32,550 Deposit: £7,022.01 APR: 5.9% Deposit contribution: £2,000 Number of payments: 41 Final payment: £17,325 Total paid by customer: £38,656.01 Best large SUV deals Subaru Forester - £299 per month. Image 36 of 45 Keen off-roaders looking for estate car practicality will be happy with the. XC versions add climate control, a rear camera, electric seats and xenon lights.
Dealers are contributing £1,000, but you’ll need to stick to an annual 6,000-mile limit. Model: Subaru Forester 2.0D XC Per month: £299 List price: £29,995 Aim to pay: £26,880 Deposit: £9,535 APR: 6.9% Deposit contribution: £1,000 Number of payments: 48 Final payment: £9,058.75 Total paid by customer: £32,945.75 Land Rover Discovery Sport - £399 per month. Image 37 of 45 The is a car of many talents. It comes with seven-seat versatility, big off-road capability, a stylish interior and good driving dynamics in a single package.
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A high-spec HSE Black edition costs under £400 a month and features additional black detailing, as well as full leather upholstery, electrically adjustable seats, a reversing camera and a panoramic sunroof. Model: Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0 TD4 HSE Black Per month: £399 List price: £41,790 Aim to pay: £39,050 Deposit: £9,610 APR: 6.9% Deposit contribution: £1,250 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £22,069 Total paid by customer: £46,043 Lexus RX - £471 per month. Image 38 of 45 The 450h comes with a lot of power but not a lot of emissions, thanks to its hybrid drivetrain. This means it will be cheaper to tax than some of its rivals from Audi or Mercedes. Dealers are throwing in £2,000 towards the car, although the customer deposit is still high. Model: Lexus RX 450h Luxury Per month: £471.91 List price: £51,645 Aim to pay: £46,500 Deposit: £12,303.50 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £2,000 Number of payments: 41 Final payment: £23,085 Total paid by customer: £54,736.81 Best MPV deals Ford C-MAX - £271 per month. Image 39 of 45 Ford dealers aren’t throwing in any discounts on the, but they do offer zero per cent finance.
Those who upgrade to Titanium trim with the 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine will pay £271.67 over three years, and if they want to own the small MPV at the end of the deal, will have to find another £7,165. Model: Ford C-MAX 1.0T EcoBoost Titanium Per month: £271.67 List price: £19,945 Aim to pay: £17,085 Deposit: £3,000 APR: 0% Deposit contribution: £0 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £7,165 Total paid by customer: £19,945 Citroen C4 Picasso - £295 per month.
Image 40 of 45 The has been a family favourite for years. With power from the efficient 1.6 BlueHDi diesel, the spacious MPV can be had for £295.94 a month. You’ll need to come up with a £5,000 deposit, although dealers are bringing a further £1,750 to the table. Model: Citroen C4 Picasso 1.6 BlueHDi Touch Ed. Per month: £295.94 List price: £22,630 Aim to pay: £18,405 Deposit: £5,000 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £1,750 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £7,064 Total paid by customer: £22,717.84 Best compact executive car deals BMW 3 Series - £275 per month.
Image 41 of 45 Monthly payments of £275.45 and a deposit contribution of £6,402.42 from BMW make the seriously affordable. As with the 1 Series (above), the car will be cheaper to buy on PCP rather than outright. A 10,000-mile annual limit means you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy driving the 3 Series, too. Model: BMW 320d M Sport Per month: £275.45 List price: £33,920 Aim to pay: £29,850 Deposit: £6,219 APR: 2.9% Deposit contribution: £6,402.42 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £13,148.88 Total paid by customer: £29,009.63 Mercedes C-Class - £365 per month. Image 42 of 45 If BMW showrooms had you impressed, you’ll be even more dazzled by the offer currently has on its.
Dealers are contributing a hefty £5,442.74 towards the cost of the car. This helps bring the monthly payments down to £365 for a C 200 d in AMG Line trim, which comes with a sportier cabin, 18-inch wheels and body styling similar to the scorching AMG versions. Note that Mercedes offers the deal with a healthy 10,000-mile annual limit, too. Model: Mercedes C 200 d AMG Line Per month: £365 List price: £34,905 Aim to pay: £29,905 Deposit: £5,988.32 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £5,442.74 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £12,975 Total paid by customer: £31,738.32 Jaguar XE - £414 per month.
Image 43 of 45 ’s smallest saloon has taken the compact executive class by storm, but it’s not just the ’s good looks and impressive driving dynamics that are drawing in buyers. Jag is contributing £2,275 towards the deposit on the car, and in R-Sport trim monthly costs for the XE equal £414.73. Model: Jaguar XE 2.0 180 R-Sport Auto Per month: £414.73 List price: £35,285 Aim to pay: £31,100 Deposit: £7,000 APR: 4.9% Deposit contribution: £2,275 Number of payments: 36 Final payment: £14,057 Total paid by customer: £35,987.28 Best executive cars deals Audi A6 - £339 per month.
Image 44 of 45 The premium executive market is hotly contested and every little incentive helps. Audi is clearly keen to win buyers over, offering a massive £6,150 deposit contribution towards the A6. In 2.0 TDI ultra guise the claims 64.2mpg, and sporty S line trim brings plenty of kit. Model: Audi A6 2.0 TDI ultra (190) S line Per month: £339 List price: £37,305 Aim to pay: £34,500 Deposit: £5,036.95 APR: 3.9% Deposit contribution: £6,150 Number of payments: 47 Final payment: £13,181.25 Total paid by customer: £34,161.20 Best coupe and cabrio deals BMW 4 Series - £352 per month. Image 45 of 45 Sharp looks, great driving dynamics and a stylish interior mean the Coupe is one of the best four-seat, two-door executive models on sale. To drive the argument home, BMW is helping to reduce the cost of the car with a £5,521.75 deposit contribution.
This brings the monthly payments down to just £352.34 for one of the best models in its class. The 2.0-litre diesel is efficient yet punchy, while M Sport trim brings styling cues from the hotter M4 Coupe. Model: BMW 420d M Sport Per month: £352.34 List price: £36,965 Aim to pay: £32,950 Deposit: £6,262 APR: 2.9% Deposit contribution: £5,521.75 Number of payments: 35 Final payment: £14,570 Total paid by customer: £33,164.50 Best car deals 2018: top discounts online The car deals above are official manufacturer prices. However for some of the cheapest new or nearly-new cars out there, you might be interested in using an online car dealer - so we've put together a list of deals from the top UK sites, including our sister site. Note that these deals only run for a limited time - make sure you double-check the prices using the linked sites.