Save thousands on SUVs in this week's deals
Our weekly deals round-up includes savings on the BMW X3, Nissan X-Trail, Range Rover Evoque and Hyundai Santa Fe...
This week, our deals round-up features thousands of pounds off some highly rated SUVs. So if you’re after a practical and comfortable all-wheel-drive car that can thrash around off-road or gently cruise along on motorways then check out our deals below.
We’ve found savings on the BMW X3, Nissan X-Trail, Range Rover Evoque and Hyundai Santa Fe.
The X3 is one of the best cars in its class and Coast2coastcars.co.uk has a saving of £3061 on an xDrive30d SE, making it £37,029.
This model brings all the kit you need and a strong 3.0-litre diesel engine that will cope with whatever you throw at it. It’s the most expensive car from our picks this week, but if your budget will stretch to it you won’t be disappointed.
Orangewheels.co.uk has a £2651 discount on Nissan’s X-Trail 1.6 dCi Acenta 4WD, bringing its price down to £24,044. The X-Trail is comfortable, spacious and comes with the best value trim level of the lineup, bringing dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, a sunroof and automatic lights and wipers in addition to the standard kit.
A saving of £1570 on a Range Rover Evoque 2.2 SD4 190 Pure 4WD is available with Carfile.net, making it yours for £29,935.
The stylish SUV comes with leather upholstery, Bluetooth, DAB radio and cruise control in this trim, and its 2.2-litre diesel engine has a claimed fuel economy of 49.6mpg. It's also one of the most desirable SUVs on the market, so it will hold its value well until the time comes for you to sell it.
The practical four-wheel-drive Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Style comes with seven seats and it's faster than rivals in a similar price bracket, such as the X-Trail. The Santa Fe is practical, well-equipped and this seven-seat version makes a fine alternative to an MPV; save £2756 via Drivethedeal.com, bringing the price down to £26,244.
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