The best Black Friday deals
From city cars to SUVs, save thousands with our exclusive Black Friday discounts...
Audi TTRS Roadster
Losing the roof compared with the regular coupe version allows you to hear and enjoy the five-cylinder warble all the more in the Audi TT RS Roadster. Plus, with 395bhp, there's never been a faster way of messing up your hair.
What Car? deal: Save £844 on a TT RS TFSI quattro Roadster S tronic [Comfort+Sound] – Target Price £56,996
BMW 3 Series
Even the award-winning BMW 3 Series isn't immune from a spot of discounting, allowing you to save thousands on the best executive express around. It features plenty of standard equipment as well as BMW's excellent iDrive infotainment system, plus it's still a great car to drive both on a motorway slog or a B road.
What Car? deal: Save £2569 on a 320d xDrive M Sport Step Auto [Tech/Plus Pack] – Target Price £41,356
BMW 3 Series Touring
If you like the regular 3 Series but just need a slightly bigger boot, the Touring (estate in BMW speak) will suit you well. Just as good to drive as the regular model, the Touring has one of easiest-to-use infotainment systems around and a range of great engines.
What Car? deal: Save £2840 on a 330d xDrive M Sport Plus Edition auto – Target Price £45,925
BMW 5 Series
Our current luxury car winner is a fine choice with a strong range of engines, from the economical diesels to the high-performance M5 petrol with 596bhp. There's also loads toys that come as standard to keep anyone entertained, even on the longest of drives.
What Car? deal: Save £5938 on a 540i xDrive M Sport auto [Tech Pack] – Target Price £48,882
Citroen's smallest offering is a close rival to the Toyota Aygo, a car upon which the C1 is based. However, unlike the Toyota, you can get the C1 with a more powerful 82bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine, making this Citroen a far more nippy little city car.
What Car? deal: Save £1714 on a 1.0 VTi 72 Flair – Target Price £11,396
Citroën C5 Aircross
Comfort has been a unique selling point of past Citroëns; something that the latest C5 Aircross majors on by having front seats that feel like you're sinking into your favourite armchair. The suspension is rather soft, too, and while that does mean it leans a bit in the bends, it does take the sting out of most road imperfections quite well.
What Car? deal: Save £4451 on a 2.0 BlueHDi 180 Flair Plus auto – Target Price £28,884
Get your retro kicks with a modern twist with the cute little Fiat 500. Unlike the contemporary Mini hatch, the 500 is still small in size, and is therefore great for squeezing into tight spaces or threading through city traffic.
What Car? deal: Save £543 on a 0.9 TwinAir Lounge – Target Price £14,822
If the Fiat 500 above isn't practical enough, try a Panda. You still get funky looks, but with the added bonus of five doors rather than three. Running costs will be low no matter which version you go for, and there's even a four-wheel-drive Panda for those who live in more remote parts of the country.
What Car? deal: Save £1255 on a 1.2 Easy – Target Price £9425
Ford Fiesta ST
It may now have a smaller engine than before, but the Ford Fiesta ST is still a great hot hatch with bags of performance and so much grip that it'll probably lift a rear wheel before it begins to understeer. The three-cylinder engine has a characterful sound to it that adds to the whole experience.
What Car? deal: Save £1327 on a 1.5 EcoBoost ST-3 [Performance Pack] – Target Price £22,632
If you're looking for one of the most practical city cars around, look no further than the Hyundai i10. It's also one of the quietest cars in this class at higher speeds, and, when fitted with the more powerful 1.2-litre petrol engine, it becomes much more than a mere urban runaround.
What Car? deal: Save £886 on a 1.2 Premium – Target Price £12,069
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