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The best new car deals to be found this week: BMW X5, Volvo V40, Skoda Yeti, BMW 5 Series, Ford S-Max

Our deal-hunting experts have been scouring online broker websites to find the best available discounts on new cars.

This week’s highlights include big savings on SUVs and saloons.

The executive saloon

The biggest saving of the week comes on the excellent BMW 5 Series, with online broker offering £7232 off the 525d SE. A new model is on the horizon to fight the recently revealed Jaguar XF, so prices on the soon to be replaced 5 Series are being driven down. With’s discount, you can pick up this model for £29,748.

The outgoing MPV

Ford is releasing new versions of its C-Max and Ford S-Max MPVs this summer - you can read our C-Max review here - and internet broker has a saving of £2916 off list price on the outgoing Ford S-Max 2.0 TDCi 140 Zetec. That makes the seven-seat MPV yours for £21,379.

The safety-first hatchback

Volvo has long been renowned for its immaculate safety record, and the V40 hatchback continues that tradition. There’s more to it than airbags, though. It’s reliable and stylish and comes with a choice of good engines, and you can secure a hefty £3135 saving off the V40 2.0 D3 150 SE Nav model from, bringing the asking price down to £21,435.

The stylish saving

Skoda’s mid-life facelift on the Yeti resulted in the model splitting into City and Outdoor versions. For a £2293 saving on the outdoor-focused Skoda Yeti 2.0 TDI 110 Outdoor SE, visit to get this spacious, family-friendly crossover for £17,472.

The top-spec SUV

BMW’s M Sport trim comes generously equipped with big wheels, sports suspension, sports seats and sportier styling on top of the good amount of kit already on offer in the lower trims, but these extras don’t come cheap. However, head to and you can get £4476 off the all-wheel-drive BMW X5 xDrive25d in range-topping M Sport trim, meaning this versatile off-road SUV will cost just £46,269.

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The X5 sticks to BMW's well-proven SUV formula, delivering a competent and refined off-roader – but one that's lacking the extra flourishes found in a Range Rover Sport or Porsche Cayenne Turbo

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A34 15 April 2015

Not much point commenting as this is a regularly updated content

... aka how not to do a website for a car mag!
jonboy4969 30 March 2015

XXXX, yes the deals do exist,

XXXX, yes the deals do exist, I purchased a car though, and Jonathan there was brilliant, could not be more helpful, shame the Citroen dealer at Bristol Street were C-R-A-P, i would never ever in a million years be persuaded to buy a car from them again.
xxxx 23 March 2015


or do these deals really exist, 20% of a BMW 320d????