Best new car deals 2021

New car finance deals on models from Ford, Nissan and Hyundai as well as brokers

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Our deals page has all the figures for a range of quarterly offers on new cars, as well as weekly deals and broker deals, so carry on reading if you're looking to save money on a new car.

Offers abound on both new and nearly new cars. Many of the latter will be 'pre-registered' cars – essentially brand new cars registered to show as 'sold' in an effort to increase sales figures. Although they're technically used cars, many will only have covered a handful of miles, but will be offered at a considerable discount.

Don't forget that it always pays to haggle. If you're a nervous negotiator, we can help you drive a bargain with our guide to securing the right deal. You might also find that your existing car is worth more than you think in part exchange. Following controversy surrounding diesel emissions, several manufacturer scrappage schemes are still in action, which might tempt you to trade in your older, less efficient diesel for a new, less polluting model.

Read on for our in-depth guide to the best new and nearly new car deals, including those from manufacturer websites and online brokers.

Best new car deals – latest deals updated 26/02/2021

Ford Fiesta Trend

Ford is still offering 0% APR and a £1,000 deposit contribution when you buy the Trend model of the Ford Fiesta, which comes with a 94bhp 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine. A deposit of £5,108 secures you monthly payments of £165 over three years.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payable APR
36 x £165£5,108£1,000£18,040£17,0400%
Nissan Qashqai

You can also get 0% APR and a £200 deposit contribution towards the cost of a Nissan Qashqai on PCP finance. A 1.3-litre petrol model with a manual gearbox is £289 per month over four years.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payableAPR
48 x £289£2,300£200£25,425£25,2240%
hyundaii20deals

A £1,250 deposit contribution is available on the new Hyundai i20 when you buy on PCP finance. The 99bhp 1.0-litre SE Connect model with a manual gearbox works out at £152 per month over two years after a deposit of £5,600 and makes a great alternative to a Ford Fiesta.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payable APR
24 x £152£5,600£1,250£18,595£18,3224.6%

BuyaCar deals

Jaguar I-Pace

There are pre-registered examples of the Jaguar I-Pace in SE trim for £55,499 on BuyaCar, offering a saving of £14,296 compared with the cost of a brand new equivalent.

Nissan Micra

BuyaCar has pre-registered examples of the Nissan Micra in Acenta trim with a 99bhp 1.0-litre petrol engine available for £11,975, which represents a saving of £3,990 compared with the list price of a new equivalent. 

Volkswagen Polo

Pre-registered examples of the new Volkswagen Polo in Beats trim with a 1.0-litre petrol engine are available for £15,200 on BuyaCar, which amounts to a saving of £3,500 compared with what they cost new.

Alfa Romeo deals

Alfa Romeo is currently contributing £5,400 towards the cost of the Giulia on PCP finance. The 2.0-litre petrol Veloce model works out at £399 per month over four years after a deposit of £6,999.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payableAPR
48 x £399£6,999£5,400£42,575£40,6813.9%

Audi deals

The Audi A5 is available on PCP finance and Audi is contributing £5,000 towards the cost of your deposit. For the coupe model in 35 TFSI Edition 1 trim, you’ll pay £8,558 up front followed by 47 payments of £429 per month.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
47 x £429£8,558£5,000£44,650£44,1154.9%

BMW deals

Our Best Large Company Car in this year’s Carbuyer Best Car Awards was the BMW 530e. Naturally, this is a car that will appeal greatly to business users because of its low BiK rating, but it’s an excellent car in its own right. BMW is currently offering a PCP deal to private buyers that includes a £7,000 deposit contribution and a relatively low interest rate of 2.9% APR.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payableAPR
47 x £549£5,490£7,047£52,325£48,569

2.9%

Citroen deals

The Citroen C1 Flair Airscape is fun and frugal, and makes a great first car. Under the deal, a £909 deposit brings your monthly payment to £169. After 47 instalments, an optional £4,464 payment makes the C1 yours to keep.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
47 x £169£909£0£11,985£13,3163.90%

Dacia deals

The Dacia Sandero is currently the cheapest car you can buy in the UK, and is available with a £250 deposit contribution, too. You can now buy an entry-level Sandero Access with the 89bhp SCe 75 petrol engine for just £122 per month. You'll need to pay a £122 deposit, but Dacia contributes an extra £250 and, after 48 instalments and a £3,284 optional payment, the Sandero is all yours.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
48 x £122£122£250£7,995£9,5086.90%

Fiat deals

If you like the looks of the Fiat 500 but need a little more space, the Fiat 500X could be the answer. And with a deposit contribution of £1,750 and a low customer deposit of £2,000, it's surprisingly affordable. The 1.0-litre Urban model is currently available for £239 per month.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
48 x £239£2,000£1,750£19,245£19,6154.88%

Mazda deals

The Mazda MX-5 is one of Carbuyer's favourite sports cars – we awarded it 4.2 out of 5 stars in our review. Mazda has made ownership even more appealing by making the excellent 129bhp SE-L model available at 0% APR. If you can stump up a £3,756 deposit, you can secure monthly payments of £315 and after 36 payments, an optional final £8,993 payment makes it yours to keep.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
36 x £315£3,756£500£24,590£24,5900.00%

Peugeot deals

Are you aged between 18 and 20, and keen to get behind the wheel of a brand new Peugeot? If that sounds like you, Peugeot's 'Just Add Fuel' offer might be right up your street. Available on the Peugeot 108 and 208 hatchbacks, and the stylish Peugeot 2008 SUV, Just Add Fuel brings you three years' worth of car tax and routine servicing, as well as warranty and roadside assistance, and three years free insurance when a telematics device is fitted to your car. The insurance will cover up to three drivers, with no curfews in place. Offers form a 37-month contract, with deposit contributions available.

Offers are subject to status – visit Peugeot's Just Add Fuel website for further details.

Peugeot is contributing £1,325 towards the cost of a PCP finance deal for the Rifter MPV in Allure trim with a BlueHDi 100 diesel engine. The car costs £299 per month over four years after a deposit of £4,408.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payableAPR
47 x £299£4,408£1,325£26,130£27,7662.9%

Renault deals

The Renault Clio was our Best Small Car for 2021 and the new E-Tech hybrid is available on PCP finance with a £1,250 deposit contribution. In mid-spec Iconic trim, our pick, the car is £249 per month over four years.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
48 x £249£1,017£1,250£19,995£21,3234.9%

Renault has also rolled out a dealer contribution offer when you buy a stylish Kadjar SUV on PCP finance. On an Iconic with the 138bhp TCe140 petrol engine, placing a £2,206 deposit gives you a £299 monthly payment.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
48 x £299£2,206£2,750£24,695£27,4574.90%

SEAT deals

Those buyers looking for plenty of space may want to consider SEAT’s latest deal on the Tarraco SUV. It means you can currently buy the car for £381 per month with a contribution of £2,500 after a deposit of £4,893. In 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol FR trim, the Tarraco comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps, sat nav, rear privacy glass and cruise control.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
47 x £381£4,893£2,500£32,625£36,7155.65%

Skoda deals

Skoda is currently offering a £1,000 deposit contribution and 0% APR on the Kodiaq SUV on PCP finance. After a deposit of £5,670, monthly payments of £369 are required for 35 months. This gets you the 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol engine in SEL trim. At the end of the deal an optional £13,589 final payment makes it yours to keep.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
35 x £369£5,670£1,000£33,175£33,1750%

The Skoda Octavia won our Best Family Car award earlier this week and it’s currently available on a PCP deal with a £2,000 deposit contribution. The 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol model in SE L trim works out at £295 per month over four years after a deposit of £2,914.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payableAPR
47 x £295£2,914£2,000£25,340£23,701

4.1%

SsangYong

SsangYong Korando SUV front cornering

SsangYong is a manufacturer of four-wheel-drive cars that's making quite a name for itself in great-value SUVs. You can buy the family-sized SsangYong Korando SE 2.0-litre petrol for £245 a month after a £4,734 deposit on a conditional sale deal, which means there's no final payment to make - after 60 monthly payments, the car is yours to keep.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
60 x £245£4,734-£17,495£19,4345.90%

Volkswagen

The Volkswagen T-Roc is one of the latest compact SUVs to hit the market, offering a more adventurous alternative to a Volkswagen Golf. With a £1,250 deposit contribution offered by VW when you use PCP financing, it might be more affordable than you think. A deposit of £5,837 will secure a 1.0-litre petrol T-Roc SE for £209 a month on a four-year agreement. An optional £9,412 final payment makes it yours to keep.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList priceTotal payableAPR
47 x £209£5,837£1,000£23,350£26,0825.40%

Volvo deals

The Volvo S60 B5 R-Design saloon is currently on a PCP deal for £354 a month over three years. Volvo contributes £2,500 towards the cost of your deposit plus a discount of £3,595 leaving you to pay £7,247 up front.

The R-Design trim model comes with a long list of standard equipment, including a 9.3-inch tablet-style touchscreen infotainment system, Bluetooth compatibility, sat nav, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, LED lights and voice control.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price (incl. saving)Total payableAPR
36 x £354£7,247£2,500£36,239£36,2390%

Volvo is offering a total of £5,479 off the Volvo V60 and 0% APR when you buy one on PCP finance. The petrol B3 model in Momentum trim works out at £272 per month over three years.

Monthly paymentsDepositDeposit contributionList price Total payableAPR
36 x £272£6,421£5,479£35,085£29,6060%

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