Best car deals for less than £400 per month

A new car doesn't have to break the bank; thanks to our Target Price discounts, we've got great PCP deals on SUVs, plush executive saloons and spacious estates...

Audi Q3 Sportback front three quarters

7. Audi Q3 Sportback 35 TFSI Edition 1 S tronic

Target Price cost per month: £375 Target Price (on the road): £36,023 The deal: Four years PCP finance with 6.5% APR and a finance contribution of £2150, limit of 8000 miles per year

The Q3 Sportback takes everything that we like about the regular Audi Q3 family SUV – its high-quality interior, for example – and packages it up into a sleeker shape. And despite that sloping roofline, there's only a small impact on the Q3's practicality. This 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol engine is our recommended choice, because its mild hybrid technology gives you small bursts of electric assistance, helping you get up to speed faster.

Read our full Audi Q3 Sportback review >>


6. Mercedes A-Class A250 AMG Line Premium Plus auto

Target Price cost per month: £355 Target Price (on the road): £31,713 The deal: Four years PCP finance with 5.9% APR, limit of 10,000 miles per year

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2018 Mercedes A-Class front cornering

The A-Class is Mercedes' rival for premium hatchbacks such as the Audi A3 Sportback and BMW 1 Series. It offers a stunning interior and is good to drive. It can be a pricey choice, though; that's why our Target Price discounts are worth paying attention to. This A250 version is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine that serves up near-hot hatch levels of performance.

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5. Volkswagen T-Roc 2.0 TSI R 4Motion

Target Price cost per month: £364 Target Price (on the road): £34,986 The deal: Four years PCP finance with 4.9% APR and a finance contribution of £1250, limit of 10,000 miles per year

Save money on a new Volkswagen T-Roc R with What Car? >>

Volkswagen T-Roc R nose - blue with German plates

The T-Roc R is a cracking sports SUV that doesn't cost the Earth to buy. Why is it so good? Well, in addition to offering sharp handling and coming with a strong, flexible engine, it's also well equipped. And don't think that the T-Roc R sacrifices practicality in favour of sportiness, either, because there's still decent space inside for both people and luggage.

Read our full Volkswagen T-Roc R review >>


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