Motoring.co.uk's new car database is overflowing with fantastic value new 2010 plate registration offers.
Motoring.co.uk's new car database is overflowing with fantastic value new 2010 plate registration offers. For example, the BMW 1 Series is listed with 'buy safe' sellers from £16,415 to £20,938. This medium-sized run-around is a great car but those needing more space may prefer the larger BMW 3 Series. This executive plaything is available in several body shapes including the versatile estate which is listed from £21,691.Mercedes like to keep-up with BMW so their range of vehicles is also great value. The A-Class is available from £12,290 after the scrappage discount and the larger B-Class starts at £16,424. Consumers who prefer prestigious saloons can have the C-Class from £23,295, the E-Class from £27,395, and the monstrous S-Class from £56,833 to £152,882. I've just ordered six of the latter. Motorists who fancy buying a more modestly priced machine can squeeze behind the wheel of the Citroen C1. This popular city car is listed in Motoring.co.uk's database from £6,100 after the scrappage discount. The C1's big brothers, the practical C4 and stylish C5, are available from £14,331 and £17,724 respectively. Family buyers are also catered for as the multi-purpose C4 Picasso is listed from £13,995. Eco-warriors can treat themselves to a new vehicle in the form of the unconventionally styled Toyota Prius. This clever hybrid returns a combined average of 72mpg and is listed with 'buy safe' sellers from £19,449 to £25,462. Alternatively, those who want a vehicle with low fuel consumption but without the 'hybrid' badge can have the super efficient Ford Focus Econetic. This popular family car returns a combined average of 65.5mpg and is available from £14,245.