Best 192 Offers
Audi – Audi’s 192 Sales Event covers pretty much everything the German brand makes, barring the TT and R8 models; yup, even the new e-tron electric SUV is included. APR rates on finance are as low as 2.9 per cent, while models can be enhanced with Design and Technology Packs at vastly reduced rates to their normal retail prices. There’s also the option of going for a free Three-Year Service Plan, from as little as €15.99 per month; go for that and you’ll get a complimentary €250 Audi Genuine Accessories voucher to boot.
BMW – BMW is offering 2.9 per cent APR on some of its key models, such as the 1 Series hatchback, the 3 Series saloon, the 4 Series Coupe, the 5 Series saloon and the X1, X2 and X3 SUVs, with 3.9 per cent on deals for the i3 electric car. This means you can be in one of these new BMWs from €290pcm (1 Series), up to €594 for the 4 Series.
Citroen – The French manufacturer is pushing out the 192 boat with scrappage incentives of between €1,000 and €4,000 on certain models, and APR of either 0 per cent or 3.9 per cent. These are either/or deals, so you can’t combine the low APR on the models where scrappage is available. The scrappage offers are as follows: €1,000 off the C1; €2,000 off the C3 and C3 Aircross; €3,000 off the C4 Cactus and C4 SpaceTourer; and €4,000 off the SpaceTourer full-sized MPV. Alternatively, the models on 0 per cent APR are the C3 (from €130pcm), the C4 Cactus (from €160pcm) and the C4 SpaceTourer (from €205pcm) – all the rest are on 3.9 per cent APR, with rates from €130pcm (C1) to €400pcm (SpaceTourer). Both the Berlingo and the C5 Aircross, models not included in the scrappage scheme, are on the 3.9 per cent deal, while all Citroens come with a five-year, unlimited mileage warranty too.
Dacia – All five of Dacias models – the Sandero, the Sandero Stepway, the Duster, the Logan MCV and the Logan MCV Stepway – can be purchased with no deposit necessary and a 4.9 per cent APR rate on the resulting finance. This means the bargain motors cost from as little as €48 per week, in the case of the Sandero.
Ford – Ford’s got a cracking deal on for 192, but you need to move fast to avail of it. Order a car by June 30, and register it in the month of July 2019, and you’ll qualify for 3.9 per cent APR, a seven-year warranty, seven years’ worth of roadside assistance and one year’s road tax contribution. Furthermore, Ford is offering upgrade packs on everything it sells, at reduced rates. All the more reason to get down to your local Ford dealer, stat.
Honda – There are a number of non-192 offers running with Honda at the moment, but the biggie for the new registrations is on the Civic i-DTEC diesel. The ‘High Five’ offer gives you one of five options to make buying a Civic diesel easier: 3.9 per cent APR on finance; a €3,000 scrappage bonus; a €1,000 deposit contribution; a free upgrade to the nine-speed automatic gearbox; or a Platinum Service Plan and one year’s free road tax. You may only choose from one of these, remember…
Hyundai – Hyundai is touting its regular features of its five-year, unlimited mileage warranty, five years’ worth of free health checks and five years’ AA roadside assistance. Then, to this bundle, you can add one of the following three things: five years’ free servicing; 3.9 per cent APR on finance; or scrappage bonuses of up to €5,000. This last figure depends on the model you’re looking at and how old the car you’re trading in is, however, so it might be considerably less than €5,000.
Jaguar - All new vehicle orders up until 31st August 2019 will qualify for a €3,000 discount, including the electric Jaguar I-Pace. In addition to the price saving, each new Jaguar will include a three-year warranty, three years of roadside assistance and a three-year service plan.
Kia – In the wider range of the Korean company’s products, it’s 3.9 per cent APR on HP and PCP deals. However, for three of its SUV lines – namely, the Niro Plug-in Hybrid, the Stonic and the Sportage – if you order before August 30 then you’ll qualify for 0 per cent APR on finance deals.
Mazda – One model, the Mazda2 supermini hatch, qualifies for a €2,000 scrappage scheme, which Mazda calls an ‘eco upgrade’. Other than that, it’s between 3.9-5.9 per cent APR on all models’ finance schemes (including the 2) or bonuses of between €500 and €2,000 on various vehicles. Bear in mind that if you want to avail of any finance deal at less than 5.9 per cent, you’ll need a minimum 10 per cent deposit for the vehicle you’re interested in.
Nissan - Nissan’s 192 offers include 3.9% APR on Finance for all passenger vehicles, 0% APR on HP for a New Micra, Scrappage of up to €5,500 on Passenger Vehicles and up to €6,000 for Commercial Vehicles, New Micra for €72 per week by using your old car as a deposit and the LCV Business Lease Deal that gives commercial drivers 3 years free motor tax and 3 years free annual services.
Opel – Every Opel passenger model is available on 0 per cent APR finance, with a guaranteed €3,000 scrappage scheme incentive to choose from as well and three years’ free servicing. Again, these offers will be on an ‘either/or’ basis, but there’s plenty of useful bargains from Opel here.
Renault – French manufacturer Renault seems to be tightly focusing on a handful of models, with 0 per cent finance and €0 deposit on the larger Kadjar and Koleos SUVs, and deals on the Zoe electric supermini that mean it can be financed from as little as €269 per calendar month.
SEAT – Another company focusing on the SUVs, SEAT is offering 0 per cent APR PCP finance and three years’ free servicing on all of the Arona (from €219pcm), Ateca (from €289pcm) and Tarraco (from €349pcm) models.
Skoda – All new Skodas come with three years’ free servicing and there are low APR deals on all models. Some of them, in the form of the Fabia, the Rapid Spaceback and Octavia, are currently available with 0 per cent APR, but even the big-selling Karoq and Kodiaq SUVs are offered with 2.9 per cent APR, while the company’s smallest (Citigo) and biggest (Superb) cars can be financed at 3.9 per cent APR.
Toyota – Finance packages at Toyota are weighted in favour of the Hybrid models, as the Japanese carmaker looks to move everyone to its part-electric vehicles. However, Trade-In Boosters of up to €3,000 are available on selected models, plus low APR figures of 1.9, 2.9 and 3.9 per cent, while all vehicles come with three years’ free servicing as well.
Volkswagen – Some superb 192 offers are available over at Volkswagen, where PCP finance starts from 0 per cent APR, there are purchase contributions of up to €2,500 for various models, customers can upgrade to R-Line spec for very reasonable increases, Technology Upgrades are available on certain cars and there are Service Plan Packs to cover all maintenance in the opening years of ownership.
Volvo – If you order the largest XC90 SUV between now and the end of September, then the €3,459 Xenium Pack (incorporating a powered tilt and slide panoramic sunroof, a 360-degree Surround View Camera, fully automatic parking with Front and Rear Park Assist, Steer Assist Cross Traffic Alert with Autobrake and Rear Collision Mitigation, and the Blind Spot Information System) is available for just €999. Similarly, the mid-sized XC60 SUV gets the Innovation & Audio Pack (Adaptive Cruise Control, Distance Alert, a Harman Kardon Premium Sound System and Smartphone Integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) for €699, instead of €3,194 – while the handsome XC40 crossover gains the same pack as the XC60, also for €699 instead of its regular price of €3,757.