Most of us buy our new cars on a Personal Contract Purchase deal, more commonly known as a PCP. This type of financing allows you to drive a car you normally might not be able to afford, so it's great news for drivers.
If you can push your budget to £600 per month, there are plenty of great cars to choose from, ranging from saloons and premium SUVs to sports cars and coupés.
We've trawled through the latest PCP deals to bring you our top 10 cars to buy for £600 per month or less. This list has been compiled using our Target Price research, which shows you the most you should pay for a new car. Each deal is based on 15% of the value of the car, combined with the manufacturer's finance discount contribution if there is one. All last for three years and have an annual limit of 10,000 miles.
If you find one you like, simply click on the relevant link to find out more. Or alternatively, call us on 03302 216207 and we will be happy to help.
10. Mercedes-Benz CLS 220d AMG Line 7G-Tronic 4dr
Target price cost per month: £535 Target price (on the road): £39,179 The deal: 3 years on a PCP finance deal with 5.8% APR and a finance contribution of £5400
The Mercedes-Benz CLS is a luxurious four-door, designed to offer the sleek shape and elegance of a traditional coupé, but also remain practical for families on the move. The 2.1-litre diesel engine you get here is smooth and efficient, while AMG Line specification means you'll have plenty of luxury on board.
Target price cost per month: £594 Target price (on the road): £50,646 The deal: 3 years on a PCP finance deal with 5.8% APR
The GLC Coupé SUV is Mercedes' attempt to lure in the same style-conscious buyers that BMW is targetting with its rakish X4 and X6. Underneath, the GLC is based on the C-Class saloon, and this hot AMG version gets a 3.0-litre twin turbocharged V6 petrol engine with 362bhp.
8. BMW 7 Series 740Li
Target price cost per month: £554 Target price (on the road): £62,481 The deal: 3 years on a PCP finance deal with 0% APR and a finance contribution of £3500
If you're looking for a luxury car but don't want a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the BMW 7 Series is your next logical choice. As you'd expect, it's classy and elegant inside, and is refined on long journeys. We usually recommend the big-selling diesel versions here, but if you don't plan on doing many miles, this 740i petrol model could be your best bet.
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