Thursday's best new car deals
Buy your next car through What Car? New Car Buying and we can save you thousands of pounds thanks to our hand-picked discounts...
If you're in the market for a new car, then naturally you want to get the best price possible. And the good news is that by buying through What Car?, you're guaranteed a great deal.
Many people are still understandably nervous about the prospect of going into a showroom and haggling with a salesman, though, which is why we've launched What Car? New Car Buying, a free service that lets you browse through discounted new car deals online.
These deals are all based on our Target Price – What Car?'s way of making sure you don't pay over the odds. It's set by our team of mystery shoppers, and represents a fair price for your car. You could save even more, however, by going through our New Car Buying service.
Simply click on the relevant deal to find out more about it, or call us on 03302 216207 and we will be happy to help.
The Q3 is Audi's premium family SUV, and a rival for the BMW X1 and Mercedes GLA among others. It's suitably plush inside, and offers a comfortable ride with a smooth range of petrol and diesel engines.
What Car? deal: Save £2145 on a 2.0 TDI Sport – Target Price £27,350
BMW 4 Series
The 4 Series is BMW's answer to the luxurious Audi A5 Cabriolet, and aims to blend the comfort and luxury of a luxury car with the open-top thrills of a convertible. It's fairly successful, too, offering fun handling, lots of equipment and reasonable room inside. The diesel engines are a little unrefined, though.
What Car? deal: Save £3262 on a 420d 190 Sport auto [Business Media] – Target Price £35,003
The latest Civic family car is good to drive, has a big boot and comes with lots of standard kit. Just make sure you can live with its fiddly infotainment system.
What Car? deal: Save £1700 on a 1.5 VTEC Turbo Sport – Target Price £21,840
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