Best new car deals

More than a quarter off brand new cars. The best discounts on new superminis, family cars, crossovers and SUVs

BuyaCar team
Apr 23, 2019

It has only been on sale for a matter of months, but you can still save between 14% and 17% on most brand new Ford Focus models built to your specification.

As we head into a quiet time of year for car buying, dealerships are cutting costs and adding finance incentives to keep sales going. 

So the Focus is just the start of a raft of excellent new car deals. Whether you’re in the market for a small car or an SUV - from a budget brand or a premium manufacturer - you’re virtually guaranteed a sizeable saving on a new car.

We've highlighted some of the best offers below. You can normally make similar savings on other versions of the featured cars, and you can search all new savings by configuring a new car or searching for nearly-new and used car deals.

Deals marked with an asterisk include incentives that are only available if you take out finance and the images may not show the exact specification of highlighted cars.

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Best new small car deals

Fiat 500 Lounge 1.2

Save £3,878   BuyaCar price £9,677
Fiat 500 Exterior

If you're looking for a new Fiat 500 then you're in line for an enormous saving, such as 29 per cent off a Lounge model, which includes extra chrome touches on the exterior, larger 15in alloy wheels, parking sensors and a 5in dashboard touchscreen with optional Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for easy control of your apps.

You could opt for a more powerful and sporty TwinAir engine and save more than £4,000 on the list price. The savings approach £5,000 on a 500C convertible Lounge model. All of the offers are available whether you pay in cash or take out finance.
Fiat 500 buying guide

Seat Ibiza SE Technology 1.0 TSI 95

Save £2,991   BuyaCar price £13,219*

The best small car on the market is probably the Seat Ibiza, which offers excellent performance in almost every respect. It's nippy, fun to drive, comfortable and surprisingly spacious. The only major criticism are the feeble engines in entry-level cars.

That's not a problem if you pick the 1-litre, 95 horsepower version: it delivers smooth performance from the city to the motorway and, in well-equipped SE Technology trim, which includes air conditioning and sat-nav, you can save almost £3,000 on the list price - a 17 per cent reduction. The biggest discounts are available if you're taking out finance.
Seat Ibiza buying guide

Ford Fiesta Zetec 1.0 EcoBoost 5dr

Save £2,238   BuyaCar price £14,222

The offer of 0% APR finance, alongside a sizeable 14 per cent discount, helps to make the Fiesta one of the most affordable small cars available. Depending on your circumstances, monthly payments could be less than £200, with a deposit of around £2,000.

Deals aside, the latest Fiesta is also an excellent small car, with nippy performance from its turbocharged EcoBoost engine; nimble cornering and a decent specification in Zetec trim, including air conditioning, heated windscreen and a touchscreen that includes a digital radio, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Ford Fiesta buying guide

Skoda Citigo S 1.0 MPI 3dr

Save £1,976   BuyaCar price £6,899*

A huge 22 per cent discount on the Skoda Citigo cuts the starting price to less than £7,000, making it one of the cheapest cars in Britain.

It offers a lot more car that its pint-size looks would have you believe, with enough space to carry adults in the back, even if they might feel a little squashed, and a surprisingly comfortable ride. Granted, this is the entry-level S car which only has three doors (two side doors and the boot opening) and the least powerful engine, so you'll probably want to upgrade to an SE model, which adds quite a bit of equipment that you'll probably want, including air conditioning, split-folding rear seats, a radio with Bluetooth and a smartphone holder that makes it easier to use your device for navigation.

You'll still save 20 per cent on a five-door SE model, but the price rises to £8,370. A more powerful engine is a further £1,000. All discounts include finance incentives.
Skoda Fabia buying guide

Best new SUV & Crossover deals

Ford Edge Titanium 2.0 TDCi

Save £6,354   BuyaCar price £28,841

Ford’s biggest SUV has space by the bucketload - both in the boot and the passenger area, which makes it ideal for long family trips. It comes packed with equipment too: entry-level Titanium models include a rear-view camera, 8in touchscreen, sat-nav, heated front seats and climate control.

Its official price is on the expensive side, but this has been slashed by more than £6,000 to reduce the cost to £28,841, whether you want to pay in cash or to take out finance. Finance offers include 0% interest too.
Ford Edge buying guide

Hyundai Tucson 1.6 GDI SE Nav

Save £5,206   BuyaCar price £18,324

An updated version of the Hyundai Tucson has just gone on sale, with minor design tweaks, higher-quality interior materials and more technology, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for easy control of phone apps via the car's screen or voice commands.

There are huge savings to be made, with more than 20 per cent off a petrol-powered SE Nav model which includes an 8in touchscreen with sat-nav and rear parking camera. 

There are similar savings on diesel models too, as well as top-of-the-range Premium SE cars with a panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera and eight-speaker Krell audio system as standard.
Hyundai Tucson buying guide

Jeep Cherokee Limited 2.0 Multijet

Save £10,269   BuyaCar price £26,116

The Jeep Cherokee might not be the very best SUV on the market but when you're saving more than £10,000 on the list price, you might forgive it a few foibles.

These huge savings apply to high-specification four-wheel drive Limited models, which include Nappa leather-trimmed seats that can heat or cool front passengers; a reversing camera; sat-nav; and a range of off-road modes, and there are similar savings across the rest of the range.

The Cherokee is a comfortable family car with a reasonable amount of space, but the 2-litre diesel engine is a little slow to accelerate. It's best driven steadily, anyway because it will lean in corners and bounce over rough roads. An updated model will go on sale next year.
Jeep Cherokee buying guide

Kia Niro 3

Save £3,590   BuyaCar price £21,875*

Kia’s hybrid SUV allows you to choose petrol power without ruinous fuel bills, thanks to a battery and electric motor, which recover energy usually lost during braking, and use it to power the car at slow speeds, and to reduce the load on the engine during acceleration. It’s most effective when you’re changing speed frequently - such as during the typical school run.

Even entry-level Niro 2 versions come with touchscreen sat-nav; climate control; reversing camera and the latest options for connecting and controlling your phone, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A £3,414 discount, when you buy on finance, brings the cost of this model down to little over £20,000. But you’ll probably be tempted by the extra equipment that comes with the Niro 3, including leather seats, which are heated in the front; wireless phone charger; larger 18in alloy wheels and a bigger 8in touchscreen. It also adds a JBL sound system for less than £2,000 more.
Kia Niro buying guide

Best new family car deals 

Ford Focus 

Save £3,052   BuyaCar price £18,513

A 17 per cent discount is a decent deal for any car, but for one that's only just gone on sale is astounding - especially when it's a car as good as the Focus, which combines nimble, precise cornering with strong performance, a comfortable ride and plenty of interior space.

Zetec is the popular choice, bringing a high-resolution 6.5in touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as alloy wheels and heated windscreen. Discounted prices start at £16,603 but, given the savings, you may well be tempted to upgrade to a high-end ST-Line model. Upgrades include larger 17in alloys, keyless start, and a sporty flat-bottomed steering wheel.
Ford Focus buying guide

Volvo V60 D3 Momentum

Save £4,449   BuyaCar price £27,316*

Volvo's all-new family estate car takes the striking design and high-tech equipment from the firm's larger models and offers them in a more affordable package.

It's certainly more affordable when you include the 14 per cent saving available when you take out finance on a brand new model. To add to the appeal, 0% APR is available too. The discounts apply across the range, frm the entry-level D3 Momentum, which is reduced to £27,625, to the high-powered T5 Inscription Pro, which includes a £5,037 saving to cut the price to £35,618.

Like the larger Volvos, the new V60 has a minimalist interior, with a large touchscreen in the middle of the dashboard. It's spacious, smooth and especially quiet on the motorway.
Volvo V60 buying guide

VW Arteon 1.5 TSI R Line DSG

Save £6,560   BuyaCar price £26,965*

The Arteon is a more stylish and luxurious version of Volkswagen’s Passat, delivering quiet and smooth performance. Enormous discounts bring the high-tech, premium fittings of the top-of-the-range R-Line models within reach.

A widescreen digital display behind the steering wheel, leather seats, adaptive cruise control, 8in touchscreen with sat-nav and imposing 19in alloy wheels are all included as standard, at a price of £27,000. This deal is for a petrol-powered model with automatic gearbox and finance from 4.9% APR.
Volkswagen Arteon buying guide

Vauxhall Astra SE 1.0T ecoTEC

Save £5,555   BuyaCar price £16,040*

With a list price of more than £21,000, the petrol-powered Vauxhall Astra SE looks overpriced, despite the fact that it’s an excellent all-round family hatchback that delivers build quality that's not far off a Golf, plenty of interior space and nimble cornering that makes it fun to drive.

An enormous 26 per cent saving - including finance incentive - changes the picture considerably, bringing the price down to little over £16,000. Standard equipment includes heated front seats and climate control - but not sat-nav, which is an optional extra. However, standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto software makes it simple to connect your phone to the car and use your mapping app for navigation - with clear directions displayed on the in-car screen.
Vauxhall Astra buying guide

Best new sports car deals

Audi TT Coupe Black Edition 1.8 TFSI

Save £5,715   BuyaCar price £27,285*

A new version of the Audi TT will shortly go on sale, with a range of minor updates that are so discreet that even the designer would be hard pushed to spot them.

It’s good news for bargain-hunters because the existing model now comes with significant savings, reducing the price of the high-specification 1.8-litre petrol-powered Black Edition by almost £6,000.

Leather & Alcantara seats, bright LED headlights, 19in alloy wheels and a fully digital display behind the steering wheel (called virtual cockpit) are all included in the standard equipment list. Combined with the engine’s performance and agile, sporty cornering, the TT is a great value premium sports car.
Audi TT buying guide

Fiat 124 Spider Classica

Save £4,496   BuyaCar price £16,554*

Sharing its mechanical parts (and interior components) with the Mazda MX-5, this Fiat is nimble and fun to drive. It also has a decent heating system to tide you over before summer.

The discount of almost £5,000, which includes a finance incentive is impressive but may not be the best option: it’s worth considering a second deal, also available through BuyaCar, which offers a smaller discount (£3,395) but 0% finance, which may work out cheaper in the long run.
Fiat 124 Spider buying guide

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