Free fuel and other hot deals
Free fuel from Toyota
Toyota is offering free fuel to customers who buy a Yaris this month.
It will give customers who buy a 1.0-litre VVT-i version a fuel card with £548.15 of credit. It can be used to buy fuel at any UK petrol station. That's enough to cover around 5000 miles, says Toyota.
Other supermini deals
Our mystery shoppers were offered a 1.2 LS for £7715 – that's a £1700 saving.
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Our contacts are confident that Mazda will continue its two-year, zero deposit, 3.9% PCP on all versions.
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Small family car deals
Alfa Romeo Giulietta
We've managed to get £836 off a 1.4 TB 120 Turismo, leaving £16,614 to pay.
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Online broker Coast2coastcars.co.uk can save you £1823 on a 1.4 TSI Match. Price you pay: £17,086.
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Family car deals
You should be able to get a £500 finance deposit contribution when you buy using a low-rate APR Ford Credit Finance plan. Confirm this with your dealer.
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We haggled £2547 off the 1.8 V-matic TR at a dealer, which dropped the price to £17,568.
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Compact and executive car deals
We were offered a 2.0 TDI 143 S line for £26,195 – that's a £2825 discount.
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BMW 5 Series
Coast2cars.co.uk has a 530d M Sport for £39,152 – a saving of £2923.
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Save a whopping £6305 when you buy a 3.0 HDi V6 Exclusive from Carfile.net. Price: £32,390.
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MPVs, 4x4s and crossovers
Coast2coastcars.co.uk has a 2.0 CRDi 136 Style 2WD for £17,850 – £1295 off the list price.
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We haggled £3976 off a 1.7 CDTi 110 Ecoflex Exclusiv at a dealer. Price: £16,373.
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Volvo XC90 We were quoted £30,756 for a 2.4 D5 200 R-Design at a Volvo dealer – that's £9129 off the list price.
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