Best car deals for less than £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 less than £300 per month...
7. Volkswagen T-Roc 1.5 TSI EVO SEL DSG
Target price cost per month: £280 Target price (on the road): £26,028 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 3.7% APR and a finance contribution of £1250. Limit of 10,000 miles per year.
If a comfortable ride and an impressive array of safety kit is high on your list of priorities, then the T-Roc deserves a place on your new car shortlist. This version comes with a 1.5-litre petrol engine and an automatic gearbox, so will make light work of any urban commutes. The extra kit that SEL trim brings is worth having; it comes with LED lights, 18in alloy wheels and sports seats, as well as Volkswagen's digital dashboard.
6. Mazda MX-5 1.5 SE-L
Target price cost per month: £283 Target price (on the road): £23,447 The deal: 3 1/2 years PCP finance with 0% APR. Limit of 8000 miles per year.
The MX-5 is a terrific two-seat sports car, and the fact that you can pick one up for significantly less than £300 per month shows why PCP deals are so popular. Expect peppy performance when you put pedal to metal, top-down driving thrills and a well-equipped interior.
5. Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L [7 seats]
Target price cost per month: £266 Target price (on the road): £25,966 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 3.1% APR and a finance contribution of £3250. Limit of 10,000 miles per year
That you can buy a seven-seat SUV that's as good as the Kodiaq for just £266 per month represents nothing short of a great deal. And the Kodiaq is a great SUV, too, with a spacious interior and a decent haul of kit on SE L versions. This 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol-engined version is ideal if you mainly drive in town, and is fine for the occasional trip with all seven seats filled too.
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