The biggest Target Price discounts
From luxury saloons to SUVs, we've rounded up the biggest savings available, with an average saving of £11,807 per car...
If you're in the market for a new car, naturally you want to pay the best price possible. And the good news is that thanks to What Car?'s Target Price discounts, you can save thousands.
Unique to What Car?, Target Price is the most you should pay for your next car. It's set by our team of mystery shoppers who spend every day seeing how low car dealers will go. Think of it as haggling on your behalf. We then publish those prices both online and in our magazine, and if you buy through What Car? New Car Buying, you're likely to save even more, because our dealers will always match or beat Target Price.
So, how much do we mean by 'thousands'? Well, in this story, we've listed the biggest savings currently available, across models including sports cars, SUVs, convertibles, luxury saloons and sleek coupés. The total savings listed here come to a huge average of £11,807 per car, but the biggest saving is almost double that.
BMW M4 CS DCT
Target price £84,047 | Saving £8908
The BMW M4 is already a potent performance coupé, but this CS version has been fettled further by BMW's Motorsport division. It loses weight compared with the M4 Competition and gains power (its V8 petrol engine produces a heady 454bhp) and extra styling touches to make it look even more aggressive.
Audi A7 Sportback 50 TDI quattro Vorsprung Tiptronic Auto
Target price £69,405 | Saving £9295
The Audi A7 Sportback is beautifully made, very comfortable for covering huge distances and has a surprising amount of space inside. In 3.0-litre V6 diesel-engined 50 TDI form, it's also very rapid, with 282bhp and plenty of grunt from low revs. Like the A7's other engines, it's very smooth, while Vorsprung trim loads your car with every bit of kit you could want or need.
Jaguar F-Type Convertible 5.0 Supercharged V8 AWD SVR auto
Target price £109,370 | Saving £9620
If you're looking for a thrilling convertible sports car, the Jaguar F-Type fits the bill perfectly. This SVR version has been fettled by the brand's Special Vehicle Operations division, so it turns the metaphorical dial up to 11. Power comes from a 567bhp 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol engine that, as you would expect, makes the car blisteringly fast. You also get styling tweaks, including the addition of a rear spoiler.
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