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Autocar presents the top new car leasing deals and new car discounts for this week, including deals on the Ford Mondeo, Skoda Superb and Hyundai i40

Autocar has rounded up the best new car deals found in the family car sector this week.

This segment is currently very hotly contested. Models like the Ford Mondeo, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and has recently benefitted from both a £2000 price cut and two new models, struggles to maintain its supremacy alongside rivals from the likes of Skoda, Vauxhall and Volkswagen.

The smart shopper can save time, and money, by heading to the showroom armed with the numbers to get dealers sweating. To save you the legwork, though, here are Autocar's top new car purchase discounts and leasing deals if you're in the market for a family holdall.

Buying outright

The Ford Mondeo has been a staple family saloon for generations. As Ford has recently introduced two new special editions to take the model through to its regeneration in 2015, there are plenty of deals on the older model to take advantage of. On Vauxhall Insignia means that dealers will be looking to shift their pre-facelift models. Try haggling with the knowledge that we found a 2.0-litre CDTi Tech Line 5-door Auto model for £18,800 here. That's a saving of £4864 over the list price.

These are just a selection of the best deals we found this week. If you find better, let us know by registering for the site and posting below. 

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fadyady 27 September 2013

The mega rip-off

Autocar has the audacity to describe the Skoda as offering German build quality at Czech pricing and yet its thousands of pounds more expensive than its donor car (Passat) not to mention all of the other cars in this deal comparison.
Moreover the ungainly Skoda offers the most measly engine. So much for Czech levels of pricing.

marj 27 September 2013

fadyady wrote: Autocar has

fadyady wrote:

Autocar has the audacity to describe the Skoda as offering German build quality at Czech pricing and yet its thousands of pounds more expensive than its donor car (Passat) not to mention all of the other cars in this deal comparison.
Moreover the ungainly Skoda offers the most measly engine. So much for Czech levels of pricing.

I would have thought you could get a similar deal on that just by walking through the dealer's front door? Heck if VAG are offering substantial discounts in dealers, then Skoda must be offering more. It's also based on the Octavia not the Passat (unike the last one) so even more reason for a discount.