The best SUV discounts

Save thousands with our 24-plate SUV Target Price deals, which are available exclusively through our What Car? New Car Deals service...

Lexus NX with Target Price logo

If you're in the market for a new car, you want to pay the lowest price possible. And the good news is that by buying through What Car? you'll get a great deal on a new 24-plate car – without the hassle of haggling.

Our free online New Car Deals service links you to dealers who are ready to offer a great deal based on our Target Price data.

Target Price is the most our team of mystery shoppers think you should pay for a new, factory-ordered car, based on their everyday haggling. Dealers using our system are encouraged to match or beat the Target Price – and if they don't, we'll highlight it to them and you, and if necessary do all we can to find a dealer who will.

The models featured here include family SUVs that are spacious and practical, making it easy to get child seats, buggies and other paraphernalia in and out. You get a good view from the driving seat, too: their high seating positions allow you to see over the top of most regular hatchback and saloon family cars.

If you find a car you're interested in, simply click on the relevant link to find out more. All prices are correct at the time of writing.

How to buy a new car with What Car? >>

Browse our New Car Deals >>

Audi Q2

2023 Audi Q2 front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £1416 on a 35 TFSI Sport, or up to £2009 on the Audi Q2 range | Target Price £29,499 | Target PCP £301 per month

The Q2 is Audi's smallest and cheapest SUV, but it still has the sort of classy interior you expect from the brand, with plush materials used throughout. What's more, it's great to drive, with composed handling, precise steering and impressive refinement. The 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol (badged 35 TFSI) is our recommended engine; it's noticeably punchier than the entry-level 1.0-litre unit (badged 30 TFSI), so we reckon it's worth the extra.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Audi Q2 Target Price deal >>

See more Audi Q2 deals >>

See our Audi Q2 leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Audi Q2 review >>


BMW X7 front driving

What Car? deal: Save £4434 on an xDrive40d MHT M Sport, or up to £6129 on the BMW X7 range | Target Price £86,796 | Target PCP £883 per month

The size and scale of the BMW X7 gives it a level of desirability that few rivals can match. But despite that, it doesn't feel as hefty to drive as its dimensions suggest, with good all-round visibility and surprisingly agile handling. Stepping inside, the X7 continues to impresses with its brilliant build quality, intuitive infotainment system and acres of interior space. As standard, our recommended M Sport trim gives you air suspension, four-zone climate control and heated front seats. It also offers sporty cosmetic touches and upgraded brakes over the entry-level Excellence version.

Talk to trusted dealers about our BMW X7 Target Price deal >>

See more BMW X7 deals >>

See our BMW X7 leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth BMW X7 review >>

Citroën C4

Red Citroën C4 front right driving

What Car? deal: Save £2403 on a 1.2 PureTech 130 Plus, or up to £2704 on the Citroën C4 range | Target Price £21,352 | Target PCP £274 per month

One thing the Citroën C4 proves is that you don't need to spend a vast sum of money to get a car that's comfortable and refined to drive. Indeed, the C4's suspension is properly soft, allowing it to glide over minor imperfections in the road and cushion you from most ruts. It's a great car for driving on the motorway, which is helped by its punchy 128bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine. Plus trim is also reasonably well equipped, giving you built-in sat-nav, a head-up display and LED headlights as standard.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Citroën C4 Target Price deal >>

See more Citroën C4 deals >>

See our Citroën C4 leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Citroën C4 review >>

Ford Kuga

Grey Ford Kuga front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £1821 on a 2.5 PHEV ST-Line, or up to £2142 on the Ford Kuga range | Target Price £38,734 | Target PCP £351 per month

The Ford Kuga is good to drive, competitively priced and well equipped. Our recommended ST-Line trim, for example, gives you a 12.3in digital driver's display and an electrically adjustable driver's seat as standard. This plug-in hybrid version is smooth yet efficient to drive, too, and can provide up to 42 miles of electric-only range, according to official tests. It's not quite as practical as some family SUVs, though, but it's well worth considering if you're looking for a plug-in hybrid option.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Ford Kuga Target Price deal >>

See more Ford Kuga deals >>

See our Ford Kuga leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Ford Kuga review >>

Honda HR-V

White Honda HR-V front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £1923 on a 1.5 eHEV Advance, or up to £2117 on the Honda HR-V range | Target Price £31,237 | Target PCP £265 per month

The HR-V might look expensive next to its small SUV rivals, but healthy discounts are available and it combines good interior space with flexible seating (we especially like the 'magic' rear seats, which have bases that flip up like cinema seats). The hybrid system also excels when it comes to efficiency; it has an official average of 52.3mpg, but we managed a reasonable 48.4mpg in our real-world tests. As standard, our favourite Advance trim gives you a heated steering wheel, a heated windscreen, leather upholstery and a powered tailgate.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Honda HR-V Target Price deal >>

See more Honda HR-V deals >>

See our Honda HR-V leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Honda HR-V review >>

Jaguar I-Pace

2023 Jaguar I-Pace front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £6099 on a EV400 R-Dynamic SE Black, or up to £6376 on the Jaguar I-Pace range | Target Price £67,396 | Target PCP £661 per month

The I-Pace is Jaguar's first electric car, and a rival for the Genesis GV60 and Tesla Model Y. It's powered by two electric motors producing a combined 395bhp, and its 90kWh battery pack allows for an official driving range of 277 miles in our preferred R-Dynamic SE Black trim. Speaking of which, you also get a lot of kit for the money with the I-Pace, with said trim giving you a powered tailgate and heated and electrically adjustable front seats as standard.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Jaguar I-Pace Target Price deal >>

See more Jaguar I-Pace deals >>

See our Jaguar I-Pace leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Jaguar I-Pace review >>

Jeep Avenger

Jeep Avenger e-Hybrid front left driving

What Car? deal: Save £567 on a 1.2 Longitude, or up to £706 on the Jeep Avenger range | Target Price £23,292 | Target PCP £232 per month

Despite being originally launched as an electric car, you can now buy a Jeep Avenger with a 99bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine. This lowers the list price considerably, but it remains good to drive, with a reasonable amount of low-end shove to help it feel gutsy around town. We also like the six-speed manual gearbox that slots into gear smoothly and precisely, so there's a good level of fun to be had while driving. It's worth noting there are bigger and more practical alternatives available for similar money, including the Skoda Kamiq.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Jeep Avenger Target Price deal >>

See more Jeep Avenger deals >>

See our Jeep Avenger leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Jeep Avenger review >>

Kia Sportage

Kia Sportage front

What Car? deal: Save £1991 on a 1.6T GDi 3, or up to £2475 on the Kia Sportage range | Target Price £30,899 | Target PCP £366 per month

Our 2024 Family SUV of the Year, the Kia Sportage offers a huge amount of space in the front and rear, plus a large boot and one of best interiors in the class. In our favourite 3 trim, you also get loads of equipment as standard, including two 12.3in screens for the infotainment system and driver's display, as well as heated front and rear seats. We think the entry-level petrol engine is the best option for it; it's more affordable than the mild hybrid, and yet running costs are similar.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Kia Sportage Target Price deal >>

See more Kia Sportage deals >>

See our Kia Sportage leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Kia Sportage review >>

Lexus NX

Lexus NX front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £2298 on a 450h+ 2.5 NX, or up to £2759 on the Lexus NX range | Target Price £52,652 | Target PCP £551 per month

Despite being a trailblazer with hybrid technology, the NX is actually the first Lexus to be offered with plug-in hybrid (PHEV) power. In this instance, we think the PHEV is a better option than the regular hybrid; it's smooth, quiet and quick, plus it has a decent official electric-only range of 45 miles. What's more, when the battery does eventually run out of juice, the NX can still manage a reasonable 35-40mpg in real-world driving. For the best value, we think it's best to stick with the entry-level trim, because it still gives you goodies such as faux-leather upholstery and heated front seats.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Lexus NX Target Price deal >>

See more Lexus NX deals >>

See our Lexus NX leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Lexus NX review >>

Mazda CX-5

Red Mazda CX-5 front right driving

What Car? deal: Save £1921 on a 2.0 e-Skyactiv G MHEV Centre-Line, or up to £2802 on the Mazda CX-5 range | Target Price £29,139 | Target PCP £322 per month

Even though the Mazda CX-5 has been around for a few years now, it remains one of the best family SUVs you can buy. Why? Well, it has one of the best interiors and infotainment systems in the class, plus it's well priced, very well equipped and safe. This entry-level Centre-Line trim is our pick of the range because it keeps costs to a minimum but still gives you plenty of kit, including adaptive cruise control, dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights and a 10.25in infotainment screen.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Mazda CX-5 Target Price deal >>

See more Mazda CX-5 deals >>

See our Mazda CX-5 leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Mazda CX-5 review >>


2023 MG HS front tracking

What Car? deal: Save £803 on a 1.5 T-GDi SE, or up to £1172 on the MG HS range | Target Price £23,227 | Target PCP £290 per month

Rivals may be more spacious, but there's plenty to like about the MG HS, including its competitive price, plush interior and good balance of ride and handling. It also comes with lots of kit as standard, with even entry level SE versions getting adaptive cruise control and dual-zone climate control. The HS’s 1.5-litre petrol engine (badged 1.5 T-GDi) is also our pick; it's flexible enough in normal driving, although you do need to work it hard to get any real performance out of it.

Talk to trusted dealers about our MG HS Target Price deal >>

See more MG HS deals >>

See our MG HS leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth MG HS review >>

Mini Countryman

Mini Countryman front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £1162 on a 1.5 C Exclusive, or up to £1691 on the Mini Countryman range | Target Price £30,688 | Target PCP £342 per month

The Countryman is Mini's take on a family SUV, so mixes the cutesy styling of the big-selling Mini hatchback with a raised ride height and chunky body cladding. It's got a decent boot, too, and a smart interior, although the infotainment system can be fiddly to use while driving. The version quoted here is the mid-level Exclusive model, which includes more upmarket interior finishes and more enticing paint options than the entry-level car.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Mini Countryman Target Price deal >>

See more Mini Countryman deals >>

See our Mini Countryman leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Mini Countryman review >>

Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke Hybrid front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £2446 on a 1.0 DiG-T N-Connecta, or up to £2665 on the Nissan Juke range | Target Price £23,054 | Target PCP £242 per month

The Juke is a popular sight on UK roads, and with good reason: after all, it's the car which kicked off the trend for small SUVs. This latest version offers plenty of substance to back up its standout looks, with a smart interior and a good driving position. N-Connecta trim makes the most sense out of the various trim options, and includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel, climate control and keyless start as standard. It also offers an 8.0in touchscreen (with Android Auto and Apple Carplay smartphone mirroring) and a built-in sat-nav with live traffic information. 

Talk to trusted dealers about our Nissan Juke Target Price deal >>

See more Nissan Juke deals >>

See our Nissan Juke leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Nissan Juke review >>

Peugeot 5008

Peugeot 5008 front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £3747 on a 1.2 PureTech Allure, or up to £4185 on the Peugeot 5008 range | Target Price £35,523 | Target PCP £421 per month

The Peugeot 5008 is stylish, practical and pleasant to drive, which is partly why it's one of our favourite 7-seater cars. It's relatively affordable to buy and run, too, especially if you go for the 1.2-litre petrol engine – which is our pick of the range. Our favourite Allure trim also gives you plenty of standard kit, including a bigger 10.0in infotainment screen, keyless entry and a slightly posher interior (with ambient lighting) than Active trim. 

Talk to trusted dealers about our Peugeot 5008 Target Price deal >>

See more Peugeot 5008 deals >>

See our Peugeot 5008 leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Peugeot 5008 review >>

Renault Austral

Renault Austral front

What Car? deal: Save £2954 on a E-Tech Full Hybrid Techno, or up to £3348 on the Renault Austral range | Target Price £31,742 | Target PCP £315 per month

If you're looking for a family SUV that sips rather than guzzles fuel, the hybrid-powered Renault Austral is a good option. During our real-world driving test, it managed an impressive 49.4mpg on average, which is more than the Kia Sportage and Honda ZR-V achieved during the same test. In other areas, the Austral has a smart and reasonably practical interior, but it can’t quite match the Sportage for comfort, quality or boot space.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Renault Austral Target Price deal >>

See more Renault Austral deals >>

See our Renault Austral leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Renault Austral review >>

Seat Ateca

Seat Ateca 2022 front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £3600 on a 1.5 TSI EVO SE, or up to £4292 on the Seat Ateca range | Target Price £26,725 | Target PCP £305 per month

The Ateca might be Seat's first SUV, but it's also one of the best family SUVs around. It's spacious inside, offers excellent handling and is keenly priced – and that's before you take our discount into account, too. All in all, it's a very impressive package. This entry-level SE version is very well equipped for the money, offering keyless entry, metallic paint and dual-zone climate control as standard, plus you get an 8.3in touchscreen infotainment system and wireless phone charging.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Seat Ateca Target Price deal >>

See more Seat Ateca deals >>

See our Seat Ateca leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Seat Ateca review >>

Suzuki Ignis

Suzuki Ignis front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £431 on a 1.2 Dualjet 12V Hybrid SZ-T, or up to £481 on the Suzuki Ignis range | Target Price £17,518 | Target PCP £225 per month

Don't be fooled by the Ignis's small size, because it's deceptively spacious inside, with plenty of head room in the back for even taller passengers. Along with that, it offers a generous amount of standard equipment, with our recommended SZ-T trim giving you a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system, sliding rear seats, Bluetooth and air-con as standard. The Ignis's 1.2-litre petrol engine is fairly gutsy, too, although it's not quite as peppy as rivals with turbocharged engines, including VW T-Cross and Skoda Kamiq.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Suzuki Ignis Target Price deal >>

See more Suzuki Ignis deals >>

See our Suzuki Ignis leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Suzuki Ignis review >>

Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4 front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £2371 on a 2.5 Hybrid 4x4 Design, or up to £2708 on the Toyota RAV4 range | Target Price £39,899 | Target PCP £576 per month

Pretty much everyone builds a family SUV these days, but Toyota was early to the party, and its RAV4 remains one of the more practical cars of this sort. Being a hybrid, it's one of the more efficient cars in the class, too; the two-wheel-drive hybrid model achieved an impressive 49mpg overall in our Real MPG fuel economy test. That's more than most conventionally-powered SUV rivals, including the petrol-powered Skoda Karoq. Like all Toyotas, the RAV4 comes with the reassurance of a five-year warranty.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Toyota RAV4 Target Price deal >>

See more Toyota RAV4 deals >>

See our Toyota RAV4 leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Toyota RAV4 review >>

Vauxhall Mokka Electric

Vauxhall Mokka Electric front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £10,740 on a 54kWh GS, or up to £11,108 on the Vauxhall Mokka range | Target Price £28,995 | Target PCP £291 per month

The Vauxhall Mokka Electric is impressively refined and well equipped. Plus, it has the biggest Target Price discount of any car on this list, with more than £10,000 knocked off the list price. Thankfully, this is on a version with the larger 54kWh battery, which means it can travel a reasonable 252 miles between charges officially (the 50kWh model can only manage 209 miles). This range is similar to other electric SUVs, including the Jeep Avenger and Peugeot e-2008.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Vauxhall Mokka Electric Target Price deal >>

See more Vauxhall Mokka Electric deals >>

See our Vauxhall Mokka Electric leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Vauxhall Mokka Electric review >>

Volkswagen T-Roc R

Volkswagen T-Roc R 2022 front cornering

What Car? deal: Save £2371 on a 2.0 TSI 300 4Motion R; the biggest saving on the Volkswagen T-Roc range | Target Price £43,184 | Target PCP £431 per month

This go-faster version of the VW T-Roc is a cracking sports SUV, with a 296bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine borrowed from the Golf R hot hatchback. As you might expect, it's pretty fast, with 0-62mph taking 4.8sec (although we managed 4.7sec with the standard-fit launch control). For even more fun, you can specify the optional Akrapovic sports exhaust system, which pops and crackles when you lift off the accelerator. It is an expensive option, though.

Talk to trusted dealers about our Volkswagen T-Roc R Target Price deal >>

See more Volkswagen T-Roc R deals >>

See our Volkswagen T-Roc R leasing deals >>

Read our in-depth Volkswagen T-Roc R review >>

For all the latest reviews, advice and new car deals, sign up to the What Car? newsletter here

Read more: All our New Car Deals >>

Also consider