New Cars For Sale
Welcome to our new car deals guide. We list thousands of offers from the biggest dealers and manufacturers in the UK, all in one place. So whether it is a daily runabout or an executive saloon that you are looking for, you can find it on our new car buying guide, where the cheapest prices start from as little as £5995.
Each of our deals features the full car specification and links to reviews from both experts and owners. We also list some pre-registered and nearly new vehicles so you can compare.
Our finance search is held within the same area, and lists leasing, personal contract plan and motability finance deals from leading brands like Ford, BMW, Hyundai and Mercedes-Benz.
New car buying tips
- Choose a franchised dealer. Only franchised dealers have the authority from the car manufacturer to sell brand new cars on behalf of the manufacturer. Leasing is different, but franchised dealers can help with this too.
- Know your stuff before you go to the dealer. Check out and compare the deal to competitor models and to other dealers.
- Value your own car. If you know how much your vehicle is worth, you can compare dealer prices. Some dealers may give you little discount, but a good part exchange, other may do the reverse.
- Always look at the 'balance to change', this is how much money you will have to give the retailer in addition to your car.
- Choose a dealer with a good customer satisfaction rating. Every manufacturer asks consumers to score their dealer, after they have bought a car. Ask the dealer how they rank. Those with a good score are likely to give you good service on an ongoing basis.
- Test drive. Make sure you drive the model you want to buy. Try and drive a car with the exact engine and specification you are looking for. If they donít have one, try its closest equivalent.
- Ask for an extended test drive. Most dealers are happy to either do a longer test drive, and some offer a 24 hour or longer unaccompanied test.
- What's the best APR? Many manufacturers do 0% APR offers. These are great as they can save you interest charges, but are sometimes in lieu of discounts. Many buyers now opt for low interest personal contract plans, especially on prestige cars. This way you get a low payment and sensible interest charges. Aim for deals under 7% APR.
- Haggle. Be firm in your negotiating position and prepared to walk away if you donít get what you want. Tell the dealer that you will buy the car today if they give you the deal you want, and stick to your word.
- If you like the dealer and the salesperson, listen to your gut and buy the car from them rather than the one that is £100 cheaper. Sometimes better is not just the best price.