New 69-plate special: the largest discounts on offer
From luxury saloons to SUVs, we've rounded up the biggest savings available through What Car?'s Target Price discounts, with an average saving of £6513 per car.....
You might think, then, that now would be a tough time to find a deal, but our latest Target Price discounts show that's not the case. In fact, if you go through What Car? New Car Buying, you could save a bundle and still end up with a 69-plate car.
Target Price is the most our team of mystery shoppers think you should pay for a new, factory-ordered car based on their everyday haggling. Dealers using our system are encouraged to match or beat Target Price – and if they don't we'll highlight it to them and you, and if necessary do all we can to find you one that will.
So, how much do we mean by 'thousands'? Well, here we count down the top 10 biggest percentage discounts currently available:
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