Cars Get up to 25% off the price of these cars when dealers reopen Monday

04:05  08 april  2021
04:05  08 april  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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With car showrooms being allowed to reopen their doors to customers for the first time since the beginning of 2021 from Monday, mystery shoppers have already been on the case of dealers to find out which models will be most discounted next week.

As part of the latest steps to ease lockdown, Boris Johnson will allow motor dealers to welcome buyers back to their premises from 12 April after months of having to sell vehicles online and via click-and-collect services.

With plenty of pent-up demand for new cars and dealerships eager to rebound from a turbulent 12 months, there will be deals to be had on the latest models.

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What Car? has named the 12 popular cars with some of the best discounts on offer from next week, with savings on the retail price in the region of 15 to 25 per cent.

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The deals aren't on cars that drivers don't want. In fact, it's quite the contrary.

Ahead of showrooms in England and Wales reopening next week (having been forced to close since 5 January), the consumer champion says there are discounts available on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, VW Passat and even the Nissan Qashqai - the nation's best-selling SUV for over a decade.

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You are simply trying to get the car you want for the lowest price . The dealership and its salespeople are trying to maximize the profit they get from the sale or lease of the vehicle. There’s nothing wrong with either side, as long as they both act professional, polite, ethically, and follow legal requirements. Successful car salespeople are trained in negotiation skills. They handle up to hundreds of car deals each year and excel at moving you incrementally to the deal they want you to take.

The car suddenly seems like too much for your needs, the monthly payments are high, and you bought an expensive warranty. Long story short, you want to return the car . Most stores let you return clothes and products for a refund if you regret the purchase. While you might be able to pressure a dealership into taking a car back, it's far better to avoid such difficulties in the first place. If you' re unfamiliar with the sales contract, ask to have it emailed to you before taking delivery.

Analysis of What Car?'s 'Target Price' mystery shopper data found the average cash discount on a new car was 6.89 per cent at the end of March, with dealers prepping for what they hope will be a busy April and remainder of 2021.

That works out as an average cash saving of £2,825, which shouldn't be sniffed at.

However, there are some even bigger discounts to be had if you visit the right manufacturers.

Mercedes' hugely popular C-Class, which is due to be replaced by a technology-laden version later this year, is subject to the most enticing deals.

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Just realize car dealerships actually are not thrilled when you show up willing to pay cash because they make a lot of money on people through financing. They’ll make more money selling you the car at the dealer cost and financing it over five or six years than if you went in and paid cash for the full MSRP. If you spend 3 or 4 hours nickling and diming for every possible cent off the new car and the most possible for your trade-in, there might not be enough profit left to "give free stuff." Or if you buy the ad car that is usually a stripped down model, again with a very small margin, then good luck.

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The outgoing compact executive saloon, in  can be had with nearly 25 per cent off the list price as dealers look to shift their stock to make way for the new-for-2021 model.

The version in question is the 1.5-litre turbo C200 petrol, in the much-desired AMG Line Edition trim with a  nine-speed G-Tronic automatic gearbox.

Buyers would normally expect to pay around the £37,815 retail price for the high-end family car. However, a 24.7 per cent discount cuts the price by £8,998 to £28,817.

Make Model Trim OTR % Cash Saving* TP Cash Saving
Mercedes-Benz C-Class C200 AMG Line Edition 4dr 9G-Tronic £37,815 24.7% £8,998
Volkswagen Passat 1.5 TSI SE Nav 4dr £27,595 22.0% £5,868
Volkswagen Touran 1.5 TSI EVO SE 5dr £29,110 19.8% £5,574
Nissan Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr £25,425 19.2% £4,824
Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr £25,195 18.5% £4,492
Citroën C3 Aircross 1.5 BlueHDi Shine 5dr [6 speed] £20,855 17.0% £3,378
Nissan Micra 1.0 IG-T 92 Acenta 5dr £15,965 16.9% £2,662
Vauxhall Grandland X 1.6 Hybrid Elite Nav 5dr Auto £41,370 16.1% £6,531
Seat Ibiza 1.0 SE [EZ] 5dr £16,445 15.3% £2,480
Seat Tarraco 1.5 TSI EVO SE 5dr £29,140 15.1% £4,320
Mercedes-Benz E-Class E220d AMG Line Premium 2dr 9G-Tronic £50,015 15.0% £7,299
Suzuki S-Cross 1.4 Boosterjet 48V Hybrid SZ4 5dr £21,249 14.6% £3,000
Source: What Car? % and cash saving takes into account OTR less delivery and registration fees. Prices correct at time of writing

Keeping your mind in the premium saloon market for the moment and you can get a Volkswagen Passat with the brand's impressive 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine and the well-equipped 'SE Nav' spec - which obviously includes built-in navigation - with more than 20 per cent off the list price.

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The RRP should be £27,595 but a 22 per cent saving, which What Car? says you can achieve, knocks the price down by £5,868 to £21,727.

Other models featuring in the list with hefty discounts includes the VW Touran MPV, with 19.8 per cent off the price of versions with the 1.5-litre petrol motor, 19.2 per cent off the [soon to be replaced] 1.3-litre petrol Nissan Qashqai in range-topping N-Connecta spec and even a decent 15 per cent off the current Seat Ibiza supermini with a 1.0-litre petrol motor under the bonnet.

What Car? points out that drivers will get the biggest discounts if they step into showrooms wanting a diesel vehicle, with the fuel type declining in popularity in recent years.

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It claims buyers can save an average of 7.57 on an oil burner when they haggle with a sales representative.

The second most substantial savings are said to be struck on plug-in hybrids, which - in contrast to diesel - have been in big demand recently.

Average savings at 7 per cent, says the motoring title's mystery shoppers.

Petrol models are being offered with a 6.69 per cent average discount while the slightest deals are on pure electric cars. The average saving is 4.24 per cent, which is no surprise given their boom in sales in the previous 12 months.

Seat was found to offer the highest cash discounts, with an average saving of 14.93 per cent - or £4,194.

It was followed by Renault (12.55 per cent) and Nissan (12.23 per cent).

Premium brands including BMW (8.44 per cent), Volvo (7.77 per cent), and Audi (7.43 per cent) were also among the top ten manufacturers with the highest discounts, What Car says.

The claims on savings come just days after the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders announced that new car sales grew in March for the first time in months.

Registrations rose 11.5 per cent year-on-year, with industry insiders saying that motorists are now chomping at the bit to get their hands on new models after months of being unable to peruse showrooms.

Steve Huntingford, editor of What Car?, said: 'With showrooms reopening next week, retailers are expected to face a busy period of demand.

'As our research shows, this does not mean there aren’t great deals to be had, with some of the country’s most popular models heavily discounted as the industry looks to recover from the months of showroom closures.

'It’s as important as ever that buyers do their homework before making the trip to the forecourts.'

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