We pick five of the best deals on this week’s new car market; all deals are valid until 30 March

Buying a new car is always better when you know you're getting a bargain, but scouring the internet for the best deals can be time-consuming. So Autocar has done the hard work for you and compiled a list of some of the best savings on the new car market.

We've found combined savings of £23,708 on the five cars featured below, so take a look, then click the links to read our full road test verdict on each model. All offers are valid until 30 March.

BMW 5 Series TouringPay £43,215, save £8055

The next 5 Series Touring is coming soon, so incredible deals like this one can be had on the outgoing large estate. Despite its imminent replacement, the previous-generation 5 Series Touring is still hugely capable. 

Pay £8055 less than list price on the BMW 535d Touring M Sport Step Auto with Whatcar.com. You pay £43,215.

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Ford Mondeo Estate - Pay £25,380, save £4465

Is the 5 Series a little beyond your budget? You can also grab a decent deal on the Ford Mondeo Estate in high-spec Titanium form. It's got a similar level of practicality and is around half the price of the 5 Series, just without some of the bells and whistles.

Get a £4465 saving over list price from Carfile.net on the Ford Mondeo Estate 2.0 TDCi 180 Titanium [X Pack], bringing the price you pay down to £25,380.

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Jaguar F-Pace - Pay £38,238, save £1272

Jaguar's first SUV has turned into one of its biggest success stories, so a £1272 saving is not to be sniffed at. Just don't tell the Joneses next door that you got it discounted. 

A saving of £1272 off the list list price from Drivethedeal.com on a Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d R-Sport AWD takes the price you pay down to £38,238.

Read more: Jaguar E-Pace: new compact SUV to become best-selling Jaguar

Mercedes-Benz GLC - Pay £36,704, save £5121

With so many manufacturers vying for a slice of the same market, it's little wonder there are so many deals on small, premium SUVs. This time, get a not insubstantial £5121 saving on Mercedes' GLC. 

A saving of £5121 over list price on the Mercedes GLC 350d 4Matic SE 9G-Tronic from Uknewcars.com reduces the price you pay to £36,704.

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Skoda Superb estate - Pay £27,815, save £4795

Yes, another estate car deal, but this one is hard to ignore. We give the Skoda Superb Estate a four-and-a-half-star rating, and the Laurin & Klement trim level - top spec - means you'll get all the kit you'll ever need, and more. 

Save £4795 off the list price of the Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR Laurin & Klement DSG with Carfile.net. Price you pay: £27,815.

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Our Verdict

Skoda Superb

The Superb never had a problem with space but for 2015 it gets even more. It's also lighter, cleaner, more frugal and better equipped

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17 March 2017
If I was going to be forced to drive around in a grumpy looking new shape Q7. God they look crap. I'd go so far as to say the first version looked better.

19 March 2017
Well done for beating me to it. Many Audis, including the R8 and TT, now look visually disappointing compared to previous versions too, but the Q7 is by far the worst.

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