Save thousands on our favourite estates
Our Target Price team has found big savings on some of the largest estate cars on the market. Don't buy a new estate car before checking out these deals...
The Ford Mondeo Estate is our Estate Car of the Year for 2015. Not only does it have a massive boot, it's also great to drive and cheap to run. What's even better is that you can save thousands on a new one; our Target Price team has found an impressive £3876 off a 2.0 TDCi Titanium with Autoebid.com, which means that you pay just £21,619 for this mammoth estate car.
The BMW 5 Series Touring is our favourite premium estate car and it's also available with the biggest discount of any car in this week's round-up. Drivethedeal.com will sell you a BMW 530d Touring Luxury for £35,573, a saving of nearly £11,000 on the list price.
Another premium estate with a big discount is the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. It's huge, practical and comfortable and is even more tempting with the £7000 discount offered by Carfile.net. It's offering the E220 Bluetec SE Estate, our pick of the range, for £28,855.
Don't want to spend more than £20,000 on an estate, take a look at the Skoda Octavia Estate. Autoebid.com is selling the 2.0 TDI 150 SE for £18,971, a saving of £2659.
We couldn't have a round-up of estates and not include a Volvo. True, the V60 might not be the biggest estate car but it is comfortable, safe and, with nearly £8000 off list price, a bargain. Autoebid.com will sell you a V60 1.6 T3 SE Nav S/S for £20,264.
To find even more big savings, check out our weekly round-up of the best deals around.
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