The top car leasing deals and new car discounts for this week, including offers on the Jaguar F-type, Peugeot 208, Volvo XC90, Ford Fiesta and BMW 335d
21 November 2013

Whether you're in the market for a new car, or you're after the best new-car leasing deal, here are the latest offers available; 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 Peugeot 208 1.2 VTi Allure is well equipped and can also be cheap to run thanks to its frugal three-cylinder petrol engine. We came across a five-door version with climate control, cruise control and other extras for £11,806 on UK Car Discount - a saving of £3,034.

The Volvo XC90 is a practical and comfortable seven-seat SUV that's also brimming with safety equipment. After some digging on Arnold Clark, we found a 2.5-litre D5 Se Lux Geartronic model in top-spec trim for £35,295 - a saving of £7,970 from the list price. It also works out almost £2,000 cheaper than buying an entry-level Volvo XC90 D5 ES.

Volkswagen's Golf has been the benchmark small family hatchback ever since its inauguration and continues to be the range-topper to this day. On Arnold Clark we found a Golf 1.2 TSi S 5 dr 85 PS for £13,488 - a whopping saving of £3,662. 

Best new car leasing deals

The Ford Fiesta is consistently a top performer in new car registration lists. We discovered a good long-term deal from on a 1.25-litre Zetec three-door model. It can be yours for £122.59 per month with an initial payment of £735.54, on a four-year deal with an annual 10,000-mile limit.

If you're after a well-specced estate car with badge prestige and plenty of power, the BMW 335d xDrive M Sport auto is a strong all-rounder. We found a good deal, again from, offering that model for just £370.57 per month. That's on a two-year contract with an initial deposit of £2,223.42, plus an annual 10,000-mile limit.  

Our Verdict

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Deal of the week

With the new Jaguar F-type coupé only just being revealed at the LA and Tokyo motor shows, some dealers are already offering large savings on the convertible model. Drive the Deal is currently offering up to £7,276 off the list price of a top-spec V8S model, while similarly sizeable discounts are also available on V6 and V6S models.

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. 

Aaron Smith

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21 November 2013
"Bad: Sluggish performance, Perceived quality of materials, Some poor control actions" ... Autocar review of Peugeot 208 ...

21 November 2013
Why the discounts on the F-Type? I've read on this website that they're selling like hot cakes, and, as I haven't seen one on the roads yet I assumed Jaguar were struggling to make them fast enough. Surely they can easily sell them at list price at this stage of its life cycle?

21 November 2013
There was secondhand one for sale in this very mag last week.

21 November 2013
Assuming the Coupe attracts the same sort of level of discount when its been about a short while, that will bring the base model down to about £45K. Pretty much what it should have been all along. I wonder how many people have paid near enough full price and are now feeling rather daft?

21 November 2013
The F-Type's about £20k too expensive for what it is anyway. No wonder they're already having to resort to discounts.

21 November 2013
The F-Type is much praised, but simply overpriced. I'd be inclined to pay the only slightly higher price for the much older but better-looking XKR convertible, which is only slightly heavier.

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