The best new car deals and new car leasing deals for this week, including offers on the Seat Leon, Citroën DS4, Mini Paceman, Jaguar XK and Dacia Sandero
Darren Moss
23 January 2014

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

Best new car deals

Seat is expecting big things from its new Leon family, with the five-door car sitting alongside the three-door SC and the ST estate. A deal worth keeping an eye on from New Car Discount gets customers a five-door 2.0-litre TDI model in top-spec FR trim for £18,259, a saving of £3306 from the £21,565 list price.

The high-riding Citroën DS4 might be a little too much like the standard C4 for our liking, but there's no denying it has style. Broker4Cars currently has an offer to buy a new model for £15,542. The 1.6-litre e-HDi 115 Airdream DStyle variant normally costs £21,705, so there's a saving of £6163 on offer.

Best new car leasing deals

If you can live with its like it-loathe it styling, then the Mini Paceman can be a capable companion. Yes Lease is currently offering the 1.6-litre Cooper D for £202.80 per month. That's on a 36-month contract, and with a deposit of £2433.60. There's also a 10,000-mile annual limit.

The Dacia Sandero offers plenty of appeal for motorists on a budget. All Vehicle Contracts is offering the 1.2-litre Access model for £113.54 per month. The four-year contract requires you to pay a deposit of £574.62, and not to exceed 10,000 miles per year. Changing to a 36-month contract ups the monthly cost to £126.74, with a deposit of £614.21.

Deal of the week

The Jaguar XK is one of our favourite grand tourers, but its premium-badge status doesn't mean you can't save big money at the dealer. Car-cost currently has a special offer to save £18,320 off the price of a 5.0-litre V8 model in outgoing Portfolio specification. The deal means the normal list price of £70,965 tumbles to £52,645. Be mindful that other offers are likely to arise too, thanks to the introduction of two new special-edition models to the XK range.

Our Verdict

Jaguar XK

A smooth, svelte all-rounder which can equally cosset and thrill

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