There are now more cars than ever available for less than £100 per month, and that's part of the reason why such a huge number of new cars are bought on finance these days.
Some buyers are even seeing these tempting monthly payments and low deposits on new cars and being tempted away from used cars. The Dacia Sandero is a great example, as with its low list price of £6,000 it's the cheapest new car in the UK and a compelling alternative to a £6k used hatchback. Check out the latest deals on the car using the navigation bars on the left.
It can be hard to know if you're being offered the best deal when you buy a new car, or if there's another model in the same class that is cheaper - so we've put together this list to help you decide which is best for you.
Most of the cars in this list are city cars, including the Skoda Citigo and Hyundai i10. They look small, but can be surprisingly spacious and it may just be worth downsizing from a supermini or similar - you'll certainly save money on the purcase price, but city cars tend to be more fuel efficient as well.
Modern city cars are quiet, comfortable and good to drive as well, so you don't lose out on some other important parts of the driving experience.
All the finance deals listed here are Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) schemes – so you’ll pay a deposit (unless otherwise stated) and a number of monthly payments. Then, when the contract comes to an end, you’ll have the option of paying a final lump sum to take ownership of the car, using the remaining value to trade-in for a new model. Alternatively, you can hand back the car keys and part ways.