Best luxury SUV deals
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Best luxury SUV deals
If you're in the market for a new car, naturally you want the best price possible. And the good news is that by buying through What Car? you're guaranteed to get a great deal without having to go through the hassle of haggling.
Here we've gathered the best deals on luxury SUVs – which we define as being any SUV where our recommended version costs more than £45,000. This market contains some high price tags, then, but our deals can soften the blow substantially.
If you find a car that's of interest, simply click on the relevant link to find out more.
Audi's luxury SUV is the best car of its kind. It's relaxing to drive, comfortable to sit in and pleasantly efficient to run, while the interior is plush enough to shame most luxury saloons. As if all that weren't enough, the Q7 is extremely practical, offering plenty of space for families and their luggage.
What Car? deal: Save £5500 on a 50 TDI Quattro S line Tiptronic, or save up to £8356 on the Audi Q7 range – Target Price £57,635 | Target PCP £550 per month
If you're looking to marry the practicality and luxury of the Q7 with the svelte looks of a coupé, the Q8 has been designed with you in mind. We like its spacious interior and quiet driving manners; this is a car in which you can cover huge distances in comfort and feel fresh at the end of your journey.
What Car? deal: Save £5202 on a 50 TDI S line Tiptronic [Leather], or save up to £10,155 on the Audi Q8 range – Target Price £61,848 | Target PCP £614 per month
The X5 is great to drive, has a punchy range of engines and is available with up to seven seats. It has a classy interior, too, and has one of the best infotainment systems you'll find in any new car. All in, it's an extremely classy luxury SUV.
What Car? deal: Save £4159 on an xDrive30d MHT xLine auto, or save up to £7127 on the BMW X5 range – Target Price £54,986 | Target PCP £557 per month
Despite its rakish looks, the BMW X6 is surprisingly spacious inside. It's also good to drive, with a strong range of engines, plus it has one of the best infotainment systems in this class.
What Car? deal: Save £4135 on an xDrive30d MHT Sport Step Auto, or up to £8128 on the BMW X6 range– Target Price £56,710 | Target PCP £546 per month
The X7 is the largest and most luxurious SUV that BMW makes and it impresses with its brilliant interior build quality, its smooth and comfortable ride and its outstanding infotainment system.
What Car? deal: Save £4375 on the xDrive40d MHT M Sport or up to £12,778 on the BMW X7 range – Target Price £70,745 | Target PCP £685 per month
Land Rover Discovery
The Discovery is one of the finest SUVs around right now. It's huge inside, both for your passengers and their luggage, it's brimming with technology, has a comfortable interior and is just as capable off-road as on it.
What Car? deal: Save £3299 on a 2.0 SD4 SE auto, or save up to £4994 on the Land Rover Discovery range – Target Price £51,396 | Target PCP £438 per month
Lexus RX / RX L
This hybrid SUV offers low company car tax bills and a comfortable driving position, and is relatively plush inside. It's expensive to buy and run, however, and not very roomy.
What Car? deal: Save £4097 on a 450h 3.5 CVT, or save up to £10,932 on the Lexus RX L range – Target Price £48,768 | Target PCP £427 per month
There's plenty to like about Mercedes' large SUV, including its interior space, generous levels of equipment and strong performance. Some of its rivals are better to drive, though.
What Car? deal: Save £5341 on a 300d AMG 4Matic Line 9G-Tronic, or save up to £14,442 on the Mercedes GLE range – Target Price £52,449 | Target PCP £589
The GLS is the largest and most luxurious SUV Mercedes makes. It's certainly comfortable and spacious inside, and it comes loaded with equipment. It's still an expensive choice, though, even with our discount.
What Car? deal: Save £2919 on a 400d 4Matic AMG Line Premium 9G-Tronic, or up to £7200 on the GLS range – Target Price £72,691 | Target PCP £801 per month
The Range Rover is a byword for luxury in the SUV world, yet it remains supremely capable both on and off the road. There are more practical and far cheaper options out there, though.
What Car? deal: Save £4408 on a D300 Vogue SE auto, or save up to £10,192 on the Range Rover line-up – Target Price £85,982 | Target PCP £949 per month
Range Rover Sport
The Range Rover Sport has been a staple of the luxury SUV class for many years, and in its latest form remains one of the very best on sale. It's refined, comfortable and as capable away from the Tarmac as it is on it. Some rivals are more fun to drive, though.
What Car? deal: Save £3314 on a 3.0 SD300 HSE, or up to £7724 on the Range Rover Sport range – Target Price £64,331 | Target PCP £647 per month
Range Rover Velar
The Velar is more road focused than its Range Rover siblings, but can still tackle more muddy adventures than most owners are likely to ask of it. Add in a stylish interior and a refined range of engines, and this is one very desirable SUV.
What Car? deal: Save £3199 on a 2.0 P250 S, or up to £5631 on the Velar range – Target Price £49,346 | Target PCP £481 per month
The Touareg is the largest SUV Volkswagen makes, and is very spacious inside for both passengers and luggage. It's also exceptionally good at towing, and is comfortable even at motorway speeds. It doesn't feel as luxurious inside as you'd expect at this price point, though.
What Car? deal: Save £3407 on a 3.0 V6 TDI 231 4Motion SEL, or save up to £9903 on the Volkswagen Touareg range – Target Price £43,098 | Target PCP £449 per month
Now in its second-generation, the XC90 is a luxurious SUV with space for seven inside. It also feels surprisingly nimble and composed for such a big car.
What Car? deal: Save £3701 on a 2.0 B5 diesel Momentum AWD Geartronic, or up to £7188 on the Volvo XC90 range – Target Price £51,259 | Target PCP £547 per month
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