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Great SUVs for less than 30k in this week's deals

  • Save more than Β£6500 on Volvo XC60 with cleanest diesel
  • Range Rover Evoque discount brings price down to Β£29k
  • Hyundai Santa Fe also features in this week's deals round-up
Words ByJohn McIlroy

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The Volvo XC60 might be a few years old now, but it's recently had a string of revisions, including a visual refresh and more efficient engine options, that have done enough to merit a place on your shortlist if you're in the market for a stylish, nicely finished SUV.

The most appealing new engine option is the 2.0-litre four-cylinder D4 diesel, which is available in front-wheel-drive form with CO2 emissions of just 116g/km. It looks a decent buy at the list price of more than Β£33,000 - but our team of shoppers has uncovered an offer with broker Drivethedeal where you can save a cool Β£6512 on that official figure, bringing the price down to just Β£27,073. That's for R-Design Nav trim, too - so the car will be generously loaded with kit.

The Range Rover Evoque is even more style-focused than the XC60, but demand for the British-built baby SUV has been so strong that there have been precious few discounts. That's just starting to change, though; Drivethedeal can also offer you Β£2341 off an Evoque SD4 190 Pure 4WD five-door, taking the price down to Β£28,659.

If space is your ultimate priority, you'll want a larger SUV, and Hyundai's Santa Fe could be just the ticket. Orangewheels is offering the 2.2 CRDi Style 4WD, in seven-seat form, for just Β£25,962 - a saving of Β£2488.

Take a look at our weekly round-up for more info on these deals and more than 40 other great buys that are valid for the next week.

By John McIlroy

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