Big savings on everything from small cars to 7 seaters
Our weekly round up of the best deals can save you thousands on 7 seater MPVs, some of our favourite small cars and everything in between...
One of the biggest savings this week is on one of the biggest cars on the market. The seven-seat Citroen Grand C4 Picasso is our MPV of the Year 2015 and is also available with a discount of almost £4500 from Autoebid.com. You can pick up a Grand C4 Picasso 1.6 e-HDi 115 Exclusive+ for a reasonable £21,443. It might not be the best MPV to drive but it comes with a whole host of toys and a spacious and practical cabin.
Sticking with seven-seaters, we've also found big savings on the outgoing Kia Sorento, which will be replaced by a new model in April this year. The large SUV has a strong 2.2-litre diesel engine that can easily handle the Sorento's bulk and is well equipped even in entry-level KX-1 trim. You can get more than £4700 off the Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-1 through Drivethedeal.com meaning you pay £22,271.
At the other end of the spectrum, there's also discounts to be had on two of our favourite small cars: the Volkswagen Polo and the Volkswagen Up.
First up, you can save nearly £1400 on the Polo, one of the best small cars on the road. It's comfortable, refined and comes with a premium interior. Orangewheels.co.uk will sell you a 1.0 75 SE 3dr for £11,737.
Finally, we come to the Volkswagen Up, a former What Car? Car of the Year winner. For a long time, discounts on the Up struggled to break the £1000 barrier so it's good to see that you can now get £1035 off a 1.0 75 Groove Up 3dr. Again this deal comes through Orangewheels.co.uk. Their asking price? £11,090.
To find even more big savings, check out our weekly round-up of the best deals around.
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