Check out the week’s best leasing deals available through carwow.
In the market for a family SUV? You can get an extra £500 off the Hyundai Kona, Tucson or Santa Fe. All you need to do is register it before the end of May. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with scrappage or affinity deals, so inquire with your preferred dealer for the full details.
Book a test-drive in a new Skoda and you can save up to £1,000 off the price of a new car. You’ll save £500 off the dinky Citigo in all but the most basic S trim and £1,000 off the high-riding Kodiaq, the practical Octavia in saloon and estate guise and the surprisingly spacious Fabia hatchback and estate. This offer is open until the end of June but excludes S Plus and SE Technology models.
Love the new Audi A3 Sportback but fancy saving money on the deposit? Now’s the time to buy – Audi will chip in with a helpful £980 deposit contribution to help you park one of these posh small family cars on your drive.
Order a new Discovery Sport and Land Rover will add a deposit contribution to the tune of £500. This offer’s available on all models in HSE, HSE Black, HSE Luxury and HSE Dynamic Lux trim.
Fancy getting behind the wheel of the sporty Jaguar E-Pace? Now you could save £1,000 thanks to Jaguar’s customer registration bonus which will be applied to any E-Pace sold before 30 June.
Try out a new SEAT and you’ll earn a £500 test-drive bonus saving across the whole SEAT Range. To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to book your test-drive before the second of July and your new car must be registered before the end of August.
If you’ve got your eye on a new SEAT Leon or Ateca, you can save from £1,500 off the deposit. The five-door Leon family car currently comes with a £1,500 deposit contribution from SEAT while the high-riding Ateca with a 1.4-litre petrol engine qualifies for a massive £2,250 deposit contribution.
Mazda’s made its range of sporty, well-equipped cars more appealing than ever with some significant deposit contributions across the range. You can grab a £250 contribution on the CX-3 SUV, £900 on the small-but-sporty Mazda 2, £750 off the Mazda 3’s deposit and a whopping £1,500 on the Mazda 6 executive saloon.
Kia’s offering a handy £1,000 saving on all its hybrid models when you book a test drive before the end of June. This offer is valid on hybrid versions of the Niro SUV and Optima saloon.
Citroen’s offering a £500 test-drive bonus on the stylish DS 3 Connected Chic and Parthenon Cream models and on all diesel-powered C3 and C3 Aircross cars. If this sounds tempting, you’ll have to order and register your new Citroen before the end of June.
The practical Honda CR-V is now available with up to £3,000 deposit contribution – perfect if you fancy parking one of these comfortable, high-riding family cars on your drive.
Some manufacturers are ending their scrappage programs so, to make the most out of them, make sure to read our detailed article on the subject.
Manufacturers often discount cars for several reasons. There may be a newer model coming out in a few months, or dealers may have lots of a particular car in stock and will reduce prices to make space for other models. Or it may just be an unpopular car and its price can be cut to help it sell. Don’t confuse unpopular cars with bad cars however – a well-discounted car may not be selling like hot cakes, but it may be just the car for your needs.
First of all, make sure you’re buying from a manufacturer-approved dealer, not via a 3rd party company or broker. This way you guarantee your car will come with a full UK warranty and can be serviced at any dealer in the country, regardless of where you bought it.
The price should include VAT, 12 months road tax, and all the options you specified. Also establish that the deal isn’t dependent on you paying in a certain way, some dealers may only offer a deal dependent on you buying in cash, or from taking their finance.
Ultimately, it’s hard to know whether you’re getting a good deal, unless you go and speak to lots of dealers to get a range of prices – that’s why we created carwow!
carwow empowers the car buyer by making manufacturer-approved dealers come to you with their best deals. This means you can compare upfront prices from several dealers side by side, on as many cars as you like and in your own time.
Dealers can’t contact you, all offers are submitted through carwow so there’s no hassle from them. You can get in touch with dealers at anytime by messaging, calling or visiting them in person at the showroom.
If you choose to buy a car, you’ll do it directly from them.
We strive to work with the best dealers and pride ourselves on their level of customer service. You can buy directly from them at the price they offer, with no hidden prices or games.
All dealers are reviewed and rated by past carwow users, so you can rest assured you’ll have a great buying experience.
On carwow we always show you the cash price as well as the finance price so it’s up to you how you want to pay.
All dealers on carwow are manufacturer authorised dealers, so they all have the same finance rates set by the manufacturer. This means whoever offers the lowest overall price, will also be cheapest per month.
To get a finance quote just message the dealer who’s offer you’re interested in, or give them a call, and you can get a custom quote back from them.
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