Save thousands on our favourite MPVs
* Our favourite classy MPVs for less * Save more than £3000 on C4 Picasso * Top-spec Alhambra for less than £29k...
Three of our favourite classy MPVs are the stars of this week's round-up of the best new car deals on the web. Whether you're looking for a good-value seven-seat model or a plush five-seater that’s loaded with equipment, we've found discounts that will save you thousands.
Your budget is less than £20,000
The stylish Peugeot 5008 is one of our favourite mid-priced MPVs. The seats in the middle row are all full size, and the second and third rows fold away quickly to leave a large, flat load bay. The 1.6 HDi engine managed 47.1mpg in our True MPG test, and Active trim comes with all the equipment you need.
Buy the 1.6 HDi 115 Active through Carfile.net and you will save £4780. That means you’ll pay just £17,665.
Your budget is £20,000-£25,000
A roomy boot and seats that slide and fold independently mean the Citroen C4 Picasso is one of the most family-friendly new cars. The sleek, uncluttered dashboard is a seriously classy feature, too. The C4 Picasso is not as good to drive as some rivals, but it’s far more spacious, stylish and economical.
You can buy the 1.6 e-HDi 115 Exclusive Plus model for £20,864 with Drivethedeal.com - a saving of £3091.
Your budget is more than £25,000
The Seat Alhambra was our 2013 MPV of the Year, and it’s still a class act – spacious, refined and great value for money. It’s a fairly big car to get used to, but in return you get near faultless practicality and space for seven adults. The 175bhp diesel is only one tax band higher than our favourite 138bhp version, and SE Lux comes loaded with kit.
You can save £3355 on the 2.0 TDI 177 SE Lux model with Carfile.net, which means you’ll pay £28,830.
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