Best new car deals 2015

30 Jul, 2015 12:50pm

All the best new car deals in 2015, with offers on the cheapest new cars and the top offers available

It can be hard to find a cheap new car these days - but rather than that being down to rarity, it's because there are so many great deals out there. We've put together a handy list of some of our favourite cars and the manufacturer discounts that are available for them when you buy on finance.

Thanks to the incredible rate that the deals and prices for each car changes, it's impossible to give an exact price for any given model - but below youll find some numbers that indicate what you might expect to see when you visit a dealership - though don't forget to haggle, too!

Below you'll find deals offering low finance rates, deposit contributions and particularly attractive savings off the list price of some cars. This trend of cheap finance shows little sign of slowing, so plenty of great deals are available if you're in the market for a new car.

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Whether you are looking at city carsSUVs or anything in between you'll be sure to find something on our huge list. Whatever you go for, there’s a deal to be done somewhere. And if you can’t find the model or spec you want, don’t be afraid to ask - it’s a buyer’s market, and dealers are always after a sale.

Also, read our list of the cheapest cars to insure and our round-up of the best car leasing deals.

Best car deals 2015: the deals

We’ve got finance deals on the top-rated cars from our Driver Power customer satisfaction survey - we've even grouped them into categories according to the types of car you might want, including city cars, superminis, family cars and SUVs. 

Best city car deals

Volkswagen up! deals

The Volkswagen up! revolutionised the city car sector when it went on sale, with clever packaging and plenty of refinement. It feels upmarket where rivals aren’t quite as plush – which is why this £105 a month offer for the well equipped Move up! model looks a great deal. The £1,978 deposit and £149 servicing package make it affordable, too.

Model: Move up! 1.0 3dr
Monthly payments: £105
List price: £9,925
Deposit: £1,978 APR: 6.9%
No. of payments: 35 monthly
Final payment: £4,451
Total paid by customer: £11,083
Deposit contribution: £900
Extras: Two years/20,000 miles servicing package for £149

Skoda Citigo deals

The Citigo retained its Best City Car crown at our New Car Awards this year, and it’s even more tempting with this zero per cent deal. Outstanding running costs are coupled with a £63 monthly payment. This three-door claims 63mpg from its 1.0-litre petrol engine.

Model: SE 1.0 60 3dr
Monthly payments: £63
List price: £9,135
Deposit: £2,727
APR: 0%
No. of payments: 41 monthly
Final payment: £3,833
Total paid by customer: £9,135
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

Best supermini deals

MG3 deals

A top 10 finish on its Driver Power debut is impressive, with a high handling score helping the MG3 to rank fourth in the supermini class ahead of illustrious rivals. Bargain prices and a zero per cent APR deal with no deposit or final payment are seriously tempting, too.

Model: Form Sport
Monthly payments: £133
List price: £9,549
Deposit: £4,778 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £0
Total paid by customer: £9,549
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

MINI Cooper deals

With compact dimensions, a premium cabin, top refinement and endless personalisation, the latest MINI is the ultimate downsizing choice. It’s also huge fun, while an offer from big-hitting dealer Arnold Clark features a low deposit and a decent 5.9 per cent APR.

Model: Cooper Pepper Pack 3dr
Monthly payments: £239
List price: £16,430
Deposit: £239 APR: 5.9%
No. of payments: 47 monthly
Final payment: £6,667
Total paid by customer: £18,886
Deposit contribution: £746
Extras: None

Renault ZOE deals

Electric cars don’t come more affordable to own than the boldly styled ZOE. It has family hatch dimensions and space, but can be yours for a lower monthly outlay than most city cars. If it fits your lifestyle, this could be the cheapest way of getting from A to B.

Model: Dynamique Nav
Monthly payments: £89
List price: £15,045*
Deposit: £599 APR: 3.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £6,900
Total paid by customer: £16,011
Deposit contribution: £5,060
Extras: Excludes battery hire**

Dacia Sandero deals

Ambiance trim is the one to go for in the Dacia Sandero range. It balances decent kit with low prices – not many superminis can compete with £89 a month payments. Plus, the Dacia deal comes with a £500 deposit contribution and the option to upgrade the warranty to a five-year package for free.

Model: 1.2 Ambiance
Monthly payments: £89
List price: £6,795
Deposit: £748 APR: 8.3%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £2,348
Total paid by customer: £8,116
Deposit contribution: £500
Extras: 5yr warranty upgrade

Ford Fiesta deals

Britain's best-selling car is still going strong, and with the award-winning 1.0 three-cylinder petrol engine, the Ford Fiesta could be yours for £153 a month. This is for the sporty Zetec model that comes with 15-inch alloys, based on a list price discounted by £500 with a further £1,375 deposit contribution from the dealer.

Even without the financial incentives, the Fiesta still makes a great small car buy. The VW Polo has the upper hand for refinement and upmarket appeal, but the Ford still sets the standard for driving fun. And in Zetec guise, it also looks great and comes with all the kit you’ll need, including air-con, Bluetooth and a heated windscreen.

Model: 1.0 Zetec 5dr
Monthly payments: £153
List price: £13,795 (after discount)
Deposit: £5,000 APR: 5.4%
No. of payments: 24 monthly
Final payment: £6,437
Total paid by customer: £13,120
Deposit contribution: £1,375
Extras: Includes £500 discount

Best deals on small SUVs

Renault Captur deals

Our Driver Power results showed the Captur was the second cheapest crossover to run. And Renault’s now offering it on a zero per cent deal, for only £159 a month. This mid-spec 0.9-litre petrol version has added chrome trim and a seven-inch touchscreen.

Model: 0.9 TCe Dynamique Nav
Monthly payments: £159
List price: £15,395
Deposit: £2,087 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £7,584
Total paid by customer: £14,895
Deposit contribution: £500
Extras: None

Toyota RAV4 deals

A zero per cent finance deal is available on this frugal version of Toyota’s SUV. Not only does the 2.0 D-4D diesel engine claim 68mpg, this model features dual-zone air-con. There’s no deposit contribution, but monthly payments are just £199.

Model: 2.0 D-4D 2WD Manual
Monthly payments: £199
List price: £24,295
Deposit: £6,555 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 24 monthly
Final payment: £13,163
Total paid by customer: £24,494
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

Nissan Qashqai deals

Best Crossover at our New Car Awards, the Qashqai needs no help to fly out of dealers. But Nissan is offering £1,250 towards the deposit to give £199 monthly payments and make it even harder to resist. The 1.2-litre DiG-T petrol Acenta is quite efficient, too.

Model: 1.2 DiG-T Acenta
Monthly payments: £199
List price: £20,130
Deposit: £4,279 APR: 5.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £9,600
Total paid by customer: £20,793
Deposit contribution: £1,250
Extras: None

Best family hatchback deals

Mazda 3 deals

Mazda’s zero per cent finance deal makes the flagship version of the brilliant 3 even more tempting. It’s very well equipped – with stop/start, Bluetooth and sat-nav – and the 2.2-litre diesel is also very green. Yours with £500 towards the deposit. What a top deal!

Model: 150 Sport Nav Diesel
Monthly payments: £249
List price: £23,205 (inc. metallic)
Deposit: £4,452.50 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 42 monthly
Final payment: £7,794.50
Total paid by customer: £22,705
Deposit contribution: £500
Extras: None

Kia Cee’d deals

The Cee’d has lost some of its ownership shine, having slipped down our Driver Power table this year, but it’s still in the top 40. And this finance deal, with zero per cent APR and a £1,000 price reduction, could tempt you. This mid-range diesel has alloys, cruise control and, of course, Kia’s industry-leading seven-year warranty. It also benefits from low running costs, a roomy interior and an impressively composed driving experience.

Model: 1.6 CRDi 2 EcoDynamics
Monthly payments: £121
List price: £17,695*
Deposit: £7,500 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 24 monthly
Final payment: £7,289
Total paid by customer: £17,695
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

SEAT Leon deals

With sharp looks and a premium cabin, the Leon still sets the compact family car standard – and it scores on practicality, refinement and handling poise. The 1.2-litre TSI is smooth and frugal, while a free Technology Pack adds LED headlamps and sat-nav.

Model: 1.2 TSI 5dr Tech Pack
Monthly payments: £245
List price: £17,700
Deposit: £8,800 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £0
Total paid by customer: £16,700
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: Free Tech Pack upgrade

Nissan Leaf deals

Nissan is contributing £3,200 towards the deposit on the Acenta version of the Leaf electric car, alongside the Government grant of £5,000. That leaves you with a zero per cent APR loan on the balance, totalling £189 a month – incentive enough to go green.

Model: Acenta
Monthly payments: £189
List price: £23,590*
Deposit: £2,805 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 24 monthly
Final payment: £13,049
Total paid by customer: £20,390
Deposit contribution: £3,200
Extras: None

Lexus CT deals

Lexus' CT premium hatch is reliable, very well built and more popular than ever in this year’s survey. So there’s not much you won’t like about this low-rate finance deal. Extras on this special-edition Advance Plus model include a two-tone paintjob, 17-inch alloys and a sunroof. There’s a £1,500 discount, too. The up front savings are backed up by low running costs, thanks to the hybrid’s 94g/km CO2 emissions and strong claimed fuel economy of 68.9mpg.

Model: CT 200h Advance Plus
Monthly payments: £259
List price: £25,495
Deposit: £6,092 APR: 5.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £11,385
Total paid by customer: £26,801
Deposit contribution: £1,500
Extras: None

Honda Civic deals

You tell us the ninth-generation Civic is one of the most reliable compact family cars around. And the 118bhp 1.6 i-DTEC diesel is the range’s sweet spot, blending pace and efficiency well. This deal includes a waiver on any normal excess mileage charges.

Model: 1.6 i-DTEC SE Plus Navi
Monthly payments: £277
List price: £21,180
Deposit: £4,000 APR: 6.2%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £7,155
Total paid by customer: £24,462
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: No excess mileage charge

Toyota Auris deals

Hybrid version of Toyota’s family hatch is already frugal, but this zero per cent deal makes it even easier on the wallet. You’ll get a £750 deposit contribution and pay £219 a month, but new Design spec brings 17-inch alloys, cruise control and front foglamps.

Model: Hybrid Design
Monthly payments: £219
List price: £21,495
Deposit: £4,724 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 42 monthly
Final payment: £6,734
Total paid by customer: £20,745
Deposit contribution: £750
Extras: 2yrs servicing for £299

Dacia Logan MCV deals

Practical, reliable and voted ninth overall for running costs in this year’s Driver Power survey, the Logan MCV is already one of the cheapest estate cars you can buy. But this 1.5-litre diesel is now yours to drive home for £149 a month, plus there’s £500 towards your deposit. The warranty’s also extended to five years.

Model: dCi 90 Laureate
Monthly payments: £149
List price: £10,795
Deposit: £929 APR: 7.7%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £4,036
Total paid by customer: £12,365
Deposit contribution: £500
Extras: 5yr warranty upgrade

Volkswagen Golf deals

The Volkswagen Golf is probably the only car you will ever need. Look beyond the racy GTI hot hatch, though, and go for the wallet-friendly 2.0-litre TDI diesel. For £298 a month and a deposit contribution of £1,250, this brilliant family car can be yours today.

Model: 2.0 TDI Match 5dr
Monthly payments: £298
List price: £23,325
Deposit: £3,000 APR: 5.9%
No. of payments: 47 monthly
Final payment: £8,451
Total paid by customer: £25,468
Deposit contribution: £1,250
Extras: None

Skoda Octavia deals

This zero per cent APR deal on the Octavia features a £500 deposit contribution and monthly payments of just £218. Better still, it’s for the eco model: the GreenLine features a 1.6-litre turbodiesel emitting 90g/km of CO2 and promising 80.7mpg economy.

Model: 1.6 TDI CR GreenLine
Monthly payments: £218
List price: £20,225
Deposit: £3,034 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 41 monthly
Final payment: £7,739
Total paid by customer: £19,725
Deposit contribution: £500
Extras: None

MG6 deals

The MG6 finished a commendable fourth for road handling in Driver Power 2015, and you can experience it for yourself on a zero per cent finance deal. Plus, its price has been slashed by a further £500. The TS features sat-nav and a 148bhp 1.9-litre diesel engine.

Model: TS
Monthly payments: £319
List price: £16,195
Deposit: £8,039 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 24 monthly
Final payment: £0
Total paid by customer: £15,695
Deposit contribution: £500
Extras: None

Audi A3 deals

As you might expect, owners award the Audi A3 top marks for build quality. That usually comes at a premium, but this entry-level three-door model is offered with a £1,000 discount, and its 1.6-litre TDI engine offers a good mix of performance and economy.

Model: 1.6 TDI 110 SE Technik
Monthly payments: £249
List price: £22,165 (inc. metallic)
Deposit: £3,721 APR: 5.7%
No. of payments: 35 monthly
Final payment: £11,038
Total paid by customer: £23,524
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: None

Best deals on SUVs & crossovers

Jeep Grand Cherokee deals

The Grand Cherokee got very mixed scores on its Driver Power debut – practicality and tech impressed, but reliability didn’t. Jeep hopes to win buyers over with a £2,000 contribution towards the entry-level Laredo. It’s including three years’ free servicing, too.

Model: Laredo
Monthly payments: £475
List price: £38,895
Deposit: £5,999 APR: 5.6%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £13,522
Total paid by customer: £41,846
Deposit contribution: £2,000
Extras: 3yrs free servicing

Range Rover Sport deals

The Range Rover Sport made its Driver Power debut this year, and achieved decent scores in all but the running costs category. No big surprise, as the mid-spec 3.0 SDV6 diesel promises just 40mpg. A 6.9 per cent APR finance deal gives £799 monthly payments.

Model: 3.0 Autobiog. Dynamic
Monthly payments: £799
List price: £77,850
Deposit: £17,130 APR: 6.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £42,663
Total paid by customer: £88,557
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

Honda CR-V deals

Honda's CR-V also made an impressive debut in our Driver Power league table this year, as one of the most practical crossovers in its class. Get this deal on the mid-range SE and there’s an optional servicing bundle for just £500, plus a £1,000 deposit contribution.

Model: SE 1.6 i-DTEC
Monthly payments: £289
List price: £28,120*
Deposit: £7,069 APR: 5.9%
No. of payments: 35 monthly
Final payment: £12,119
Total paid by customer: £30,962
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: 5yrs servicing for £500

Best family car deals

Mazda 6 deals

In top-spec Sport Nav trim, the Mazda 6 comes loaded with kit, with features like cruise control, keyless entry, autonomous braking and sat-nav. The £289 monthly payments include metallic paint and, although the £1,500 dealer contribution is average, zero per cent APR and the option of a zero deposit sweeten the deal even further.

Model: 2.2D 150 Sport Nav
Monthly payments: £289
List price: £27,055 (inc. metallic)
Deposit: £5,427 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 42 monthly
Final payment: £7,990
Total paid by customer: £25,555
Deposit contribution: £1,500
Extras: Option for zero deposit

Peugeot 2008 deals

There’s £700 towards your deposit if you opt for this finance deal on Peugeot’s small SUV. Plus, the £240 monthly payment plan for the 1.2-litre petrol car includes insurance and servicing. Heated, colour-coded mirrors, Bluetooth and cruise control are all standard.

Model: Active PureTech 1.2 82
Monthly payments: £240
List price: £14,295
Deposit: £1,756 APR: 4.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £6,825
Total paid by customer: £17,438
Deposit contribution: £700
Extras: Insurance and servicing*

Toyota Prius deals

The petrol-electric Prius scored on running costs in Driver Power this year, so this low-rate APR deal should appeal. There’s also £1,000 towards your deposit for this top-spec 1.8 VVTi Plug-in, which features cruise control, sat-nav and colour-coded bumpers.

Model: 1.8 VVTi Plug-in
Monthly payments: £336
List price: £33,395*
Deposit: £10,688 APR: 4.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £12,398
Total paid by customer: £29,195
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: None

Subaru Forester deals

Rugged Forester isn’t very glamorous, but it’s robust, reliable and has Subaru’s superb symmetrical 4WD, plus the trademark boxer diesel. Its interior is practical and well equipped, too. Value function over form? With £1,000 off the deposit, look no further.

Model: 2.0 D XC
Monthly payments: £299
List price: £26,995
Deposit: £6,932 APR: 6.9%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £8,538
Total paid by customer: £29,882
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: None

Skoda Rapid deals

Skoda is already known for offering excellent value, so a zero per cent finance deal is great news. The Rapid family car is practical, and promises low running costs and great reliability. This mid-range SE will cost £199 a month, after an initial deposit.

Model: SE 1.2 TSI 90
Monthly payments: £199
List price: £15,375
Deposit: £3,250 APR: 0%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £5,139
Total paid by customer: £15,375
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

Best executive car deals

Lexus IS deals

Our Driver Power 2015 champion, the Lexus IS, blends upmarket luxury and sleek style with a hassle-free ownership experience. And if you go for the hybrid IS 300h, you can add low running costs to the car’s list of talents, too. The Executive Edition trim level has all the toys you’ll need, including leather trim and sat-nav, while the petrol-electric drivetrain in the IS 300h emits 101g/km. All this for £299 a month – unbeatable...

Model: IS 300h Executive Edition
Monthly payments: £299
List price: £29,995
Deposit: £1,500 APR: 3.9%
No. of payments: 41 monthly
Final payment: £12,690
Total paid by customer: £32,298
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: None

Audi A6 deals

Fresh from winning the Best Executive Car crown at our New Car Awards 2015, the Audi A6 is being offered at £369 per month in efficient ultra guise. CO2 emissions of 113g/km mean this A6 won’t break the bank to run, either. The offer includes metallic paint and a £4,500 deposit contribution.

Model: 2.0 TDI ultra S line
Monthly payments: £369
List price: £35,495 (inc. metallic)
Deposit: £6,296 APR: 5.8%
No. of payments: 35 monthly
Final payment: £15,140
Total paid by customer: £34,401
Deposit contribution: £4,500
Extras: None

BMW 3 Series deals

Jaguar's fantastic XE might have knocked the 3 Series off the top spot in the compact executive class at our New Car Awards this year, but the BMW is still a great saloon, with its agile handling, attractive looks and classy interior. For £321 a month you could pick up the frugal 318d in stylish M Sport spec with £4,573 towards the deposit.

Model: 318d M Sport
Monthly payments: £321
List price: £31,630
Deposit: £5,000 APR: 5.4%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £10,431
Total paid by customer: £30,505
Deposit contribution: £4,573
Extras: None

Mercedes C-Class deals

Strong performance makes the C-Class a real contender, but the 2.1-litre diesel claims 71mpg economy, too. This tempting low-rate finance deal is on the Sport trim level, which includes equipment like parking sensors, cruise control and sat-nav as standard.

Model: C220d Sport
Monthly payments: £349
List price: £32,815 (inc. metallic)
Deposit: £4,401 APR: 4.9%
No. of payments: 36 monthly
Final payment: £15,400
Total paid by customer: £32,375
Deposit contribution: £3,396
Extras: None

BMW 5 Series deals

With its aggressive bodykit and 18-inch alloy wheels, the M Sport version of BMW’s popular 520d executive car certainly turns heads. A decent rate of APR, a generous £4,767 towards your deposit, plus bags of standard equipment – including sports seats, sat-nav and DAB radio – should tempt BMW fans to take the plunge.

Model: 520d M Sport
Monthly payments: £342
List price: £35,840
Deposit: £6,000 APR: 5.4%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £13,041
Total paid by customer: £35,111
Deposit contribution: £4,767
Extras: None

Audi A5 Sportback deals

You ranked the A5 Sportback as the second best executive car in Driver Power this year. And this flashy flagship model comes with Audi’s S tronic box, 19-inch alloy wheels, plus leather seats, stop-start and sports suspension for under £500 a month.

Model: 2.0 TDI 190 quattro
Monthly payments: £498
List price: £38,580
Deposit: £3,470 APR: 7.9%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £14,625
Total paid by customer: £41,999
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

Lexus GS deals

Lexus’ fourth-generation GS executive saloon is already easy on the wallet, thanks to its petrol-electric hybrid powertrain. But now it’s offered with a rock-bottom finance deal and £1,000 off the list price, too. It’s also packed with goodies, like heated seats.

Model: GS 300h SE
Monthly payments: £359
List price: £32,105
Deposit: £6,692 APR: 1.4%
No. of payments: 41 monthly
Final payment: £10,868
Total paid by customer: £33,279
Deposit contribution: £1,000
Extras: None

Sports car deals

Jaguar F-Type deals

The F-Type is still one of our favourite coupes. But if you can’t stretch to the R's near-£100,000 price, the mid-spec, supercharged 375bhp 3.0-litre V6 S can be yours for £879 a month, with a £6,060 deposit up front.

Model: V6 S Auto
Monthly payments: £879
List price: £62,055
Deposit: £6,060 APR: 7.9%
No. of payments: 48 monthly
Final payment: £24,975
Total paid by customer: £73,227
Deposit contribution: £0
Extras: None

Best car deals 2015: top discounts online

The 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 Buyacar. Note that these deals only run for a limited time - make sure you double-check the prices using the linked sites.

Mazda MX-5 tracking

Mazda MX-5 1.5 SE: around 8 per cent off list price

BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer - front static

BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer 218i SE: around £2,000 off list price

Mercedes C-Class 2014 front action

Mercedes C250 CDI AMG Sport (auto): around £7,700 off list price

Discovery Sport side tracking

Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.2 SD4 SE Tech: around 6% off list price

Ford Fiesta Black Edition

Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Black Edition 3dr: around £4,000 off list price

Suzuki Vitara - action

Suzuki Vitara 1.6 SZ-T: around 6% off list price

Now read our list of the cheapest cars to insure and our round-up of the best car leasing deals.

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I find the Range Rover Evoque 2.2 good even thought a bit pricey.

and where do you think that you can get some of these wild discounted prices ?

You can probably get more discount on the X3 and the Qashqai if you negotiate hard. Bmw will easily offer up to 8% off list prices on most models, maybe more on the X1. BMW are now a mass manufacturer and the competition between dealerships is fierce as they each fight for volume. As for the Nissan Qashqai, well it's just a typical hatchback on stilts - so don't pay 4x4 money for it - it isn't a proper 4x4. Of course, you'll only get the really big discounts if you buy on credit. But if you look closely, especially at the Mercedes, you still pay £4K more than the list price when all the interest has been added. My advice, pay cash if you can - even if it means buying a smaller car. It always works out cheaper in the end.

If you're a cash buyer, you'll get 15% straight off a 3 series... haggle hard & you'll get more. BMW have been churning out run of the mill mass produced cars for decades - there are more 3 series on the road than many Fords. Everyone's owned one a some point, that's why you can always get massive discounts on BMWs. They're everywhere. No way do they sell anywhere near the ridiculous iist price - only a fool would pay that, or people who can only afford expensive lease deals. 3 series = modern day Mondeo, the company rep mobile.

2013/4 ZAFIRA Exclusiv 1.6i / 1.8i are surely the best vfm at present at just between £9,500 and £11,000 on the road

Why no mention of the 6K that BMW will give you this month off a 3 series if you just ask nicely. That's 22.5K for a 320i SE Auto Saloon. A little more research and effort chaps.

Currently the 320SE Auto Petrol (47mpg - 180Bhp) is available for 22.5K new. That is almost £6.5K off the new price.

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