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...

Skoda Kodiaq
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Darren Moss
28 Dec 2019 09:00

4. Skoda Kodiaq 1.5 TSI SE L [7 seats]

Target price cost per month: £279 Target price (on the road): £26,472 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 4.3% APR and a finance contribution of £2500. Limit of 10,000 miles per year

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That you can buy a seven-seat SUV that's as good as the Kodiaq for substantially less than £300 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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3. Mazda CX-5 2.0 Sport Nav+

Target price cost per month: £272 Target price (on the road): £26,611 The deal: 3 1/2 years PCP finance with 3.9% APR and a finance contribution of £1500. Limit of 8000 miles per year.

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Mazda CX-5 2.2d SE-L Nav+

The CX-5 is one of the finest large SUVs you can buy, especially for those who don't need seven seats. This 2.0-litre petrol engine pulls strongly and is reasonably frugal too. Go for Sport Nav+ trim and you'll have every feature you could want, including keyless entry, a heated steering wheel and heated leather seats.

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2. Citroën Berlingo 1.2 Puretech M Feel

Target price cost per month: £251 Target price (on the road): £18,929 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 4.9% APR and a finance contribution of £750. Limit of 8000 miles per year.

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Citroën Berlingo front three quarters

This exact version of the Berlingo drove away with our MPV of the Year trophy at the most recent What Car? Awards. Why? Well, it's powered by a range of frugal engines, has a larger boot than an Audi Q7 luxury SUV and is outstandingly practical. In fact, it's hard to believe that it offers so much for so little money.

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