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 £10,036 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 13 July.
The Mazda MX-5 has always been the back-to-basics sports car, but no version since the 1989 original has done it better than today's one.
Lighter, sharper and quicker than its most recent forebears, the latest generation car is a modern day Lotus Elan and therefore one of the best ways to make the most of the summer sun.
Drivethedeal.com is selling the 2.0-litre Sport Nav, the top of the range model, for £21,595 - a saving of almost £2.6k.
Ford Fiesta - Pay £16,694, save £2581
Now we move from one of the most enjoyable sports cars to one of the most energetic hatchbacks, the Ford Fiesta.
It's due to be replaced soon by a larger predessor, but that doesn't mean the outgoing model should be ignored, as it remains the best driver's hatch in its class.
Admittedly, diesel variants are less desirable, but they mix good fuel economy with that entertaining chassis. Helpfully, Drivethedeal.com has removed £2.6k from a TDCi Titanium, making them cheap too.
Suzuki Vitara - Pay £16,995, save £2174
Some people like an elevated view when they drive or the ability to attack a muddy incline on their way to Tesco. The Suzuki Vitara can cater to both of those demands.
The plucky SUV is the softest version Suzuki has produced, to cater to urban demand, but it's still one of most effective off-roaders in the compact SUV segment.
A frugal and well-specced 1.6 DDiS SZ-T is on sale Drivethedeal.com, where its price has been reduced to less than £17k.
Perhaps you just want a generously-specced hatchback that's practical and cheap to run. Vauxhall's Astra has long been one of the best contenders for such demands.
The latest car has a significantly more premium cabin and its also a good looker from outside.
As is often the case, Vauxhall adds plenty of kit to its models, so the 1.6 diesel Energy model advertised on Perrys.co.uk with its £1911 saving is a generous deal.
The Volkswagen Up might be the cheapest car on this list, but it is certainly not the least interesting.
The little city car is safe, cheap to run and nippy to drive. It's also the most premium model in its class, beating siblings like the Seat Mii and Skoda Citigo, which are all essentially variants of the same car.
Drivethedeal.com has taken £771 off of a 1.0 Move, edging the asking price down to £9809.