The Honda HR-V was voted the most anticipated car of 2015 by What Car? readers, and we’ve recently driven the small SUV - you can read our full review here, and see what our readers made of the car here.
It enters a crowded market, and one of the well-established cars it’s up against is the Nissan Juke. Rivals offer better fuel economy figures and are better to drive than the Juke, but this big discount makes it a better prospect for private buyers.
The car Nissan Juke 1.2 DIG-T Acenta Premium
The saving £3012
The discounted price £14,018
The broker Drivethedeal.com
The striking design of the small SUV will appeal to many, and strong desirability means that you’ll be able to recoup a good fee for the Juke should you decide to sell it further down the line. It’s well equipped too, and has a nippy 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine.
For all its style, it’s not the most practical small SUV available, and interior quality is disappointing, too.
Should I add any options?
Alloys, air-con, electric windows, climate control, Bluetooth, steering and throttle settings, touchscreen with sat-nav, DAB radio, online functionality and a reversing camera all come with Acenta Premium. The only optional extras available are different paint finishes, priced from £250 to £700.
Anything else I should know?
This discount includes a £1450 reduction dependent on you taking out a PCP finance deal arranged with a dealer. If not taking out a finance option, add £1450 onto the quoted price.
Head to Drivethedeal.com then select ‘Nissan’ and ‘Juke – Hatchback’ from the menus to see the full range of deals available.