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Best car deals for less than Β£300 per month

Buying a car on a PCP finance deal could allow you to drive a more prestigious model by spreading the cost. Here we've picked our top 10 new car deals for under Β£300 per month

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4. Audi A3 1.0 TFSI Sport 3dr

Target price cost per month: Β£289 Target price (on the road): Β£19,589 The deal: 3 years PCP finance with 6.0% APR and a finance contribution of Β£1500

We love the Audi A3, and whether you go for the three-door version or the five-door Sportback model, you'll be getting an outstanding family hatchback (in fact, we named the A3 Sportback as our Family Car of the Year at the most recent What Car? Awards). The A3 offers buyers the low running costs and practicality you'd expect from a car in this class, combined with the premium interior we've come to expect from Audi. The 1.0-litre petrol engine you get as part of this deal is ideal around town, but it will need to be worked hard on the motorway.

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3. Mazda MX-5 2.0 SE-L Nav

Target price cost per month: Β£289 Target price (on the road): Β£20,851 The deal: 3 years PCP finance with 3.9% APR

Affordable top-down fun doesn't come much better than the Mazda MX-5. It's our favourite convertible car, and its combination of a low purchase price, sensible running costs and comfortable interior means it's even preferable to many other, more expensive drop-tops. This 2.0-litre petrol version is pleasantly quick, too.

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2. Audi A4 1.4 TFSI Sport [Leather]

Target price cost per month: Β£266 Target price (on the road): Β£23,982 The deal: 3 years PCP finance with 3.9% APR and a financial contribution of Β£3150

The Audi A4 was our overall Car of the Year in 2016, and it's still one of the best executive saloons around. At this price point, you can only get the entry-level 1.4-litre petrol engine, but it's well suited to driving in town and is reasonably economical. Sport trim also gets you sat-nav and front sports seats, plus you're getting leather trim thrown in here too.

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