Save £1000s on the most popular SUVs with What Car?

Our most popular SUVs may be in-demand, but you can still get large four-figure discounts on them with What Car?...

Range Rover Evoque front three quarters

Competition is great news for car buyers - and the really great news for anyone in the market for an SUV today is that there’s more competition for your custom than ever.

Below, we’ve rounded up the best savings available on the most popular SUVs on our website right now, all based on the research of our team of Target Price* mystery shoppers.

Our network of approved dealers has already guaranteed to sell at these prices or less if you buy through What Car?, saving you the time and hassle of negotiating.

Best savings on our most popular SUVs

Volvo XC40
Save up to £3509

Volvo XC40 D4 R-Design front three quarters

Verdict: Blends generous passenger space and a very practical boot with a quality interior and a top-notch safety rating.
Read our full Volvo XC40 review >>

Seat Ateca
Save up to £5228

Seat Ateca

Verdict: One of the most rounded cars on sale and deserves a place at or near the top of any family SUV shopping list.
Read our full Seat Ateca review >>

Range Rover Evoque
Save up to £3611

2019 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque front tracking RHD

Verdict: It might well be the Evoque's looks that pique your interest, but it is a very fine car on objective levels too.
Read our full Range Rover Evoque review >>

Volkswagen T-Roc
Save up to £4268

2018 Volkswagen T-Roc 1.5 TSI DSG R-Line review - price, specs and release date

Verdict: It's not hard to understand why this versatile SUV is popular. The best value models are at the lower end of the spec list.
Read our full VW T-Roc review >>

Audi Q5
Save up to £8224

Audi Q5 front

Verdict: Superb to drive and relatively cheap to run, the Q5 represents strong value and is one of the very best SUVs you can buy.
Read our full Audi Q5 review >>

Skoda Karoq
Save up to £2630

Skoda Karoq 2021 front cornering

Verdict: A top-drawer family SUV, offering comfort and superb practicality for a hugely competitive price.
Read our full Skoda Karoq review >>

Ford Puma
Save up to £1659


Verdict: Practical, impressive inside and the best small SUV to drive. No wonder the Puma is our reigning Car of the Year.
Read our full Ford Puma review >>

Jaguar F-Pace
Save up to £5835

Jaguar F-Pace SVR

Verdict: Brilliant to drive and surprisingly practical, the F-Pace is a strong contender in an extremely strong class.
Read our full Jaguar F-Pace review >>

Suzuki Vitara 
Save up to £921

Suzuki Vitara 2020 RHD right front tracking

Verdict: There are more upmarket small SUVs, but the Vitara is one of the most spacious and is great value for money.
Read our full Suzuki Vitara review >>

Mazda CX-5
Save up to £2626

Mazda CX-5 2.2d SE-L Nav+

Verdict: One of the best SUVs you can buy, thanks to its smart, practical interior, tidy handling and generous standard equipment.
Read our full Mazda CX-5 review >>

Nissan Juke
Save up to £3578

2020 Nissan Juke front

Verdict: Now a real contender in the small SUV class. Strong looks are matched by decent driving dynamics and practicality and quality.
Read our Nissan Juke review >>

Dacia Duster
Save up to £286

Dacia Duster 2021 RHD front right tracking

Verdict: Not the most sophisticated car to drive, but it's spacious, practical and incredibly affordable.
Read our Dacia Duster review >>

*Target Prices correct at time of writing according to latest mystery shopping data, but subject to change

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