Best cars for less than £250 per month

By buying your next car using a PCP finance deal, you could end up driving something that you wouldn't otherwise be able to afford. These are our top 10 cars for less than £250 per month...

Citroën Berlingo front three quarters
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Darren Moss
19 Nov 2019 09:30

7. Citroën Berlingo 1.5 BlueHDi 100 Feel M

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Target Price cost per month: £250 Target Price (on the road): £19,197 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 4.9% APR and £750 finance deposit allowance

The Berlingo is massive inside, so whether you need to transport five people or a boot full of luggage – or indeed both – it will safely swallow it all and still ask for more. The 1.5-litre diesel engine you get here is a good bet if you'll be covering lots of motorway miles, while our recommended Feel specification comes with air conditioning, cruise control and an 8.0 touchscreen infotainment system.

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6. Ford Fiesta ST 1.5 Ecoboost ST-2 [Performance Pack] Nav 3dr

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Target Price cost per month: £220 Target Price (on the road): £20,124 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 2.9% APR and £1000 finance deposit allowance

2019 Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition driving

You might think that a hot hatchback like the Fiesta ST would have only niche appeal, but as well as being outrageously good fun to drive, the Fiesta is also fairly practical. The 1.5-litre petrol engine under the bonnet sounds fantastic and revs freely, and when combined with the Fiesta ST's excellent front-end grip and engaging handling, makes this a very fun car to drive quickly. Come rain or shine, you'll have a smile on your face.

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5. Skoda Karoq 1.5 TSI SE DSG

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Target Price cost per month: £206 Target Price (on the road): £21,817 The deal: 4 years PCP finance with 4.9% APR and £1750 finance deposit allowance

Skoda Karoq front

Given the success of the larger Kodiaq, it seemed inevitable that Skoda's second SUV effort, the Karoq, would be similarly good. This replacement for the Yeti (and rival to the Nissan Qashqai and Peugeot 3008) is comfortable and practical, and even entry-level SE models come with lots of toys, including dual-zone climate control and an 8.0in infotainment touchscreen. This DSG version also comes with an automatic gearbox.

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