The best 21-plate large SUV discounts
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The best large SUV deals
If you're in the market for a new car, then naturally you want the best price possible. And the good news is that by buying through What Car?, you're guaranteed to get a great deal without having to go through the hassle of haggling – you can even save on a brand new 21-plate model.
Today we've gathered the best deals on large SUVs – which we define as being anything longer than 4.5 metres. These cars aren’t usually particularly cheap to buy or lease, so for this kind of investment we expect a roomy interior, a lengthy list of standard equipment and excellent cruising refinement in return. A few models in this class are two-wheel drive, but the vast majority have four-wheel drive for at least a modicum of off-road ability.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Want to inject some Italian flair into your bland large SUV? Enter the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. It's a premium saloon which rivals the BMW X3 and Porsche Macan, and offers entertaining handling and competitive running costs. Space for those in the rear seats could be better, though.
What Car? deal: Save £1619 on a 2.2D 190 Sprint, or up to 3945 on the Alfa Romeo Stelvio range – Target Price £42,891 | Target PCP £512 per month
Looking for a plush large SUV? Surely the Audi Q5 is already on your shortlist. And so it should be, because it's superb to drive and relatively cheap to run, yet also comes with one of the best interiors you'll find in any new car.
What Car? deal: Save £2928 on a 40 TDI Squattro S line, or up to £4634 on the Audi Q5 range – Target Price £43,727 | Target PCP £463 per month
BMW's Audi Q5 and Land Rover Discovery Sport rival is superb to drive and offers a spacious, high-quality interior. In fact, we think it's one of the best large SUVs you can buy.
What Car? deal: Save £2913 on an xDrive20d MHT SE Step Auto, or up to £6037 on the BMW X3 range – Target Price £39,949 | Target PCP £435 per month
Citroen C5 Aircross
Citroën's largest SUV model offers a smooth ride and is quiet at motorway speeds, plus its engines are fairly frugal. It's not quite big enough inside to match the best in this class, though, and nor does it come with the option of seven seats.
What Car? deal: Save £2856 on a 1.2 Puretech 130 Sense, or up to £5479 on the C5 Aircross range – Target Price £21,499 | Target PCP £224 per month
Ford's large SUV is competitively priced against key rivals, decent to drive and is even available as a plug-in hybrid. It's not quite as practical as some large SUVs, but at least ST-Line trim will ensure you stand out from the crowd thanks to its muscular body kit.
What Car? deal: Save £2280 on a 2.5 Duratec PHEV ST-Line Edition, or up to £3362 on the Kuga range – Target Price £34,458 | Target PCP £288 per month
The larger of Honda's two SUVs is easy to drive and comes with either an efficient 1.5-litre petrol engine or as a hybrid, where a 2.0-litre petrol engine is paired with an electric motor. What's more, there's a comfortable driving position and decent boot space.
What Car? deal: Save £2136 on a 2.0 i-MMD Hybrid SE, or up to £3113 on the CR-V range – Target Price £30,314 | Target PCP £323 per month
Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai’s largest SUV offers rugged, go-anywhere ability and a lofty driving position. It also has seven seats, plenty of equipment and a powerful yet economical diesel engine.
What Car? deal: Save £2436 on a 2.2 CRDi Premium 4WD, or up to £5397 on the Santa Fe range – Target Price £37,024 | Target PCP £368 per month
The F-Pace was Jaguar's first SUV model, and competes with everything from the Audi Q5 through to the Porsche Macan. It offers excellent handling and plenty of space inside, and most models come with plenty of standard equipment.
What Car? deal: Save £2354 on a D200 S, or save up to £4594 on the Jaguar F-Pace range – Target Price £41,469 | Target PCP £380 per month
Kia's largest SUV offers lots of space for seven and is a good choice if you plan on towing regularly. It also has a big boot and comes well equipped, and the 1.6-litre hybrid packs a hefty 226bhp. Having electrical assistance available means you can travel for very short distances without using any fuel, too. It's so good, that we named the Sorento as our Large SUV of the Year at the most recent What Car? Awards.
What Car? deal: Save £1130 on a 1.6 T-GDi HEV '2', or up to £4021 on the Sorento range – Target Price £37,636 | Target PCP £371 per month
Land Rover Discovery Sport
If you want a Land Rover that's still good to drive, yet isn't as large as the Discovery or Range Rover Sport, then the Discovery Sport has you in mind. It holds on to its value well and can even be had with seven seats.
What Car? deal: Save £2170 on a 2.0 D200 S auto, or up to £3792 on the Discovery Sport range – Target Price £38,432 | Target PCP £380
This hybrid SUV offers low company car tax bills and a comfortable driving position, plus it's sufficiently plush inside. It's expensive to buy and run, however, and not very roomy.
What Car? deal: Save £2693 on a 300h 2.5, or up to £4767 on the Lexus NX range – Target Price £33,469 | Target PCP £293 per month
Rivals may be more spacious, but there's plenty to like about the MG HS, including its low price, plush interior and good balance of ride and handling. It also comes with lots of kit, as standard, with even entry level Excite versions getting adaptive cruise control, leather seats and dual-zone climate control.
What Car? deal: Save £606 on a 1.5 T-GDi Excite, or up to £2500 on the MG HS range– Target Price £20,504 | Target PCP £209 per month
On the face of it, the fact that Mazda's largest SUV doesn't offer the option of seven seats puts it at a disadvantage. However, if you don't need to transport more than five people, it's one of the very best cars of its kind – it's comfortable, spacious and good to drive, and comes with range of engines.
What Car? deal: Save £1200 on a 2.0 SE-L, or up to £1400 on the Mazda CX-5 range – Target Price £26,045 | Target PCP £225 per month
The GLB is similar in concept to the Land Rover Discovery Sport, in that it's available with seven seats and less off-road focussed than some other models in the range. It's available with a range of punchy yet frugal engines, has a flashy interior and is practical enough for most families.
What Car? deal: Save £3035 on a 220d 4Matic AMG Line, or up to £6634 on the GLB range – Target Price £41,135 | Target PCP £489 per month
The GLC is one of the best cars Mercedes has launched in years. It’s good to drive, smart inside and lavishly equipped. It even stacks up well financially for private buyers and company car drivers; that's something we’re not used to saying about many modern Mercedes models.
What Car? deal: SSave £4300 on a GLC 220d AMG Line Premium 9G-Tronic , or up to £8123 on the Mercedes GLC range – Target Price £43,045 | Target PCP £460 per month
Peugeot is on a roll at the moment, having successfully reinvented both the 5008 and the smaller 3008 into muscular SUVs while also adding more tech and practicality. The 5008 is one of our favourite large SUVs, in fact, thanks to its spacious interior, flexible seating and competitive CO2 emissions.
What Car? deal: Save £1317 on a 1.2 Puretech Allure Premium, or up to £6579 on the Peugeot 5008 range – Target Price £30,595 | Target PCP £310 per month
The Tarraco is Seat's largest SUV and builds on the success of the Arona and Ateca by being good to drive, well equipped and having composed handling. It isn't the most practical choice in this market, though.
What Car? deal: Save £4320 on a 1.5 TSI 150 SE, or save up to £6055 on the Seat Tarraco range – Target Price £24,835 | Target PCP £271 per month
The Kodiaq is proof that getting a large SUV with space for up to seven people need not cost the Earth. This is Skoda's largest SUV, and it's supremely practical inside while also offering excellent value for money.
What Car? deal: Save £1916 on a 1.5 TSI SE Drive, or save up to £4419 on the Skoda Kodiaq range – Target Price £27,623 | Target PCP £270 per month
Pretty much everyone builds an SUV these days, but Toyota was early to the party, and its RAV4 remains one of the more practical cars of this kind. Like all Toyotas, it also comes with the reassurance of a five-year warranty.
What Car? deal: Save £1347 on a 2.5 VVT-i Hybrid CVT Design, or up to £1916 on the Toyota RAV4 range – Target Price £31,303 | Target PCP £299 per month
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace
Take the regular Volkswagen Tiguan, add some more space and two extra seats, and hey presto, you've made the Tiguan Allspace. Its high-quality interior and flexible seating are impressive, and it remains good to drive.
What Car? deal: Save £2383 on a 2.0 TDI BMT 150 Match, or up to £4417 on the Tiguan Allspace range – Target Price £32,577 | Target PCP £331 per month
The XC60 offers a luxurious, high-quality interior and all versions come with plenty of equipment. The engine line-up includes the usual petrol and diesel models as well as a plug-in hybrid version.
What Car? deal: Save £3668 on a 2.0 B4D Geartronic Momentum, or up to £6840 on the Volvo XC60 range – Target Price £37,327 | Target PCP £340 per month
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