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• Discounts naturally tend to get bigger as the list price grows, so our headline car (a 4x4) isn't cheap, even after a whopping saving of £12,228 off its RRP of just over £64,000.
• Our mystery car is also about to be replaced by an all-new model – with better performance and improved economy – so its already weak resale values are likely to take a further hit. Expect it to lose at least £43,250 over three years.
• Then there are the other running costs. Servicing will set you back at least £1620 over three years, while insurance will be around £3534. Even though it's a diesel-powered car you can expect to fork out a minimum of £7685 in fuel over 36,000 miles, because its official fuel consumption figure is just 23.7mpg.
What's the answer?
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It's the Volkswagen Touareg
Coast2coastcars.co.uk is offering the Volkswagen Touareg 5.0 TDi R50 for £52,457, more than £12,000 less than its list price.
The new Touareg range goes on sale in June and will include a petrol-electric hybrid version that's cheaper, much more economical and slightly faster than the R50.
The 3.3-litre V6 hybrid is likely to cost £57,000 and is 10.7mpg more efficient on the official combined cycle at 34.4mpg. It can manage 0-62mph in 6.5 seconds and has a top speed of 149mph – 0.2 seconds and 3mph faster than the V10 diesel.