The top car-leasing deals and new car discounts for this week, including offers on the Honda Accord, Citroën DS4, Audi A8 and A6, and the Mazda CX-5
Darren Moss
5 December 2013

Whether you're in the market for a new car, or you're after the best new-car leasing deal, you can save thousands by knowing which models have the most unbeatable discounts in the showroom. This is the pick of what our deals experts have found this week...

Best new car deals

The Honda Accord offers a comfortable drive, with solid reliability and a decent range of engines. We found a tidy 2.2-litre i-DTEC Accord in ES trim for £20,888 on New Car Discount, a saving of £4,210 from the £25,101 list price.

Offers on the stylish, high-riding Citroën DS4 are in abundance at the moment. We came across a good deal from Broker4Cars, which sets customers up with a 1.6-litre e-HDi diesel in middle-spec DStyle trim for £16,041, a saving of £5664 from the list price.

Best new car leasing deals

The Audi A6 is one of the most capable mid-size executive options on sale today, and a real contender to its rivals. We found an interesting deal from National Vehicle Solutions, for a 2.0-litre TDI A6 in S-line specification. This model comes with extras like leather trim, an integrated sat-nav and plenty of other features. After an initial deposit of £1800, customers pay £287.98 per month over the two year contract. 

With its efficient range of SkyAtiv engines, the Mazda CX-5 continues to raise the crossover bar. If you go to the website, you'll find a 2.2-litre diesel CX-5 in SE-L tim for £303.60 per month over three years. There's an initial deposit of £1821.60 to pay at the start, and a 10,000-mile annual limit.

Deal of the week

With a brand new top-level Audi A8 on the way, deals are cropping up all over the place for the outgoing model. Some dealers are offering some quite incredible discounts. Take the A8 we found on Drive the Deal as an example, for £25,455 off the list price of a 4.2-litre TDI LWB model in top-spec quattro SE Executive trim. You do pay £55,260, but that's still some 31 per cent less than the £80,815 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. 

Our Verdict

Mazda CX-5

Can efficiency-boosting SkyActiv technology help the Mazda CX-5 raise the crossover bar?

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5 December 2013
A shame that the brilliant Accord is only becoming keenly priced now they're on the runout, the defacto replacement being the Civic estate.

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