The biggest Target Price discounts
From luxury saloons to city cars, we've rounded up the biggest savings available through What Car?'s Target Price discounts, with savings of up to £18,546 per model...
Unique to What Car?, Target Price is the most you should pay for your next car and usually represents a discount worth thousands of pounds. 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 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, here we count down the top 10 biggest percentage discounts currently available.
10. Skoda Superb 1.5 TSI SE
Target Price From £22,570 | Saving Up to £1890 | Saving % 18.3%
The Skoda Superb is a fine executive saloon, and even this 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol has enough oomph for most situations. SE versions get dual-zone climate controls, front and rear parking sensors and adaptive cruise control, too, all of which will help to make long journeys less arduous.
9. Citroën C4 Cactus
Target Price From £15,339 | Saving Up to £6006 | Saving % Up to 18.3%
The C4 Cactus offers SUV styling in a body that should also give low running costs. Add in a comfortable ride and a strong Puretech 110 petrol engine and the C4 Cactus could well end up on your new car shortlist. Just be aware that some of its interior plastics feel cheap compared with those of rivals such as the Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Golf.
8. Volkswagen Sharan 2.o TDI SCR 150 S
Target Price £26,391 | Saving Up to £5909 | Saving % 19%
If you need seven seats, the Volkswagen Sharan will suit you well. It has a strong range of engines and gets you plenty of equipment for your money. This 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine is the most refined choice on offer and by far the Sharan's quietest engine under load. It doesn't feel out of its depth when all seven seats are filled, either.
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