What Car? Deals of the Day: Wednesday

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Mini Clubman, Kia Optima Sportswagon, Vauxhall Grandland X and Volkswagen Golf

If you're in the market for a new car, then naturally you want to get the best price possible. And while What Car?'s Target Price shows the most we think you should pay, many people are still understandably nervous about the prospect of going into a showroom and haggling with a salesman.

That's why we've launched our new car buyer marketplace, a free service that lets you browse through more than 100,000 discounted new car deals. We can help you find a great deal on the car you want from a dealer in your area – so whether you're looking for a small hatchback, a family car, a sports car or a small or large SUV, there's no need to haggle.

We'll be adding new deals to these pages every day, so remember to check back tomorrow for a new set of deals. In each case, just click on the deals link to find out more, or call us on 03302 216207 and we will be happy to help.

BMW 1 Series

Unlike rival family cars, the 1 Series sends its power to the rear wheels rather than the fronts, but this makes it entertaining to drive, and ride comfort is also good. You get a strong combination of performance, fuel economy and CO2 emissions.

What Car? deal: Save Β£3295 on a 120i M Sport Shadow Edition 3dr – you pay Β£20,678

Find out more about this BMW 1 Series deal

Read our full BMW 1 Series review

Fiat 500X

The regular Fiat 500 is one of the most popular city cars in the UK, and the same retro looks have been grafted onto the face of this small SUV. The 500X also offers a practical interior and low running costs.

What Car? deal: Save Β£2000 on a 1.6 E-torQ Pop – you pay Β£13,430

Find out more about this Fiat 500X deal

Read our full review of the Fiat 500X

Ford Focus

It might be getting on a bit, but the Focus is still a fine car for families. There's room for five, running costs are sensible and it's great fun to drive. Plus, the Titanium Navigation model comes loaded with kit.

What Car? deal: Save Β£4500 on a 1.5 TDCi 120 Titanium Navigation Powershift – you pay Β£19,465

Find out more about this Ford Focus deal

Read our full Ford Focus review

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