The best new car deals and new car leasing deals for this week, including offers on the Audi A6, Nissan Leaf, Peugeot RCZ, Mazda 2 and Peugeot 308
30 October 2014

If you’re in the market for a new car, or after the best new-car leasing deal, you can save thousands of pounds with a little research. Here are the picks of what our deals experts have found this week.

Best car deals 

We came away impressed from our first drive in the facelifted Audi A6, especially in 2.0-litre TDI Ultra guise. Orange Wheels is offering the pre-facelifted saloon model in SE S Tronic specification for £27,294, saving you a total of £6192 on the list price.

The all-electric Nissan Leaf serves as an emission-free alternative to the regular family hatchback. We found a model in Acenta Flex specifiation on offer at Car Cost for £19,890 - a saving of £3700 from the list price. Plus the government's £5000 EV grant brings the price down even further.

Best new car leasing deals

Peugeot's RCZ is an appealing purchase for those looking for a practical car that’s also fun to drive. Yes Lease has the 1.6-litre THP on offer at £242 per month on a three-year contract. There’s an initial payment of £1454 and a mileage limit of 8,000.

The new Mazda 2 will go on sale early in 2015, meaning dealers are keen to shift much of their current stock. The 1.3-litre Tamura is available at National Vehicle Solutions for £224 per month. That’s on a three-year contract with an initial payment of £674 and a 10,000-mile annual limit.

Deal of the week 

The Peugeot 308 was highly praised by our road testers for its classy interior and economical rance of engines. Buoyed by its European Car of The Year status, the family hatchback is seeing some huge discounts. UK Car Discount has the 2.0-litre BlueHDi Feline model going for for £19,498, a big saving of 5,471 from the list price.

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Our Verdict

Peugeot 308

Peugeot needs its all-new family hatch to be a hit. Is it up to the job?

30 October 2014
"Buoyed by its European Car of The Year status, the family hatchback is seeing some huge discounts."

So , achieving this status lets you apply huge discounts? ECOY usually goes to some bland box because it's the average of all the votes - completely meaningless to consumers.

A34

30 October 2014
Paul Dalgarno wrote:

"Buoyed by its European Car of The Year status, the family hatchback is seeing some huge discounts."
So , achieving this status lets you apply huge discounts? ....

I guess Autocar meant to say "Sunk by its European COTY status"...

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