Best finance deals for 182
Alfa Romeo – Alfa is offering 2.9 per cent APR finance across its entire range of cars. And if that’s not enough, then scrappage deals are offered – €2,000 on the Mito, €2,500 on the Giulietta and then a whopping €4,500 for the excellent Giulia and Stelvio models.
Audi – The German brand has a low APR for finance of 1.9 per cent, which is available on A3, A4 and A6 variants. There are selected upgrade packs available for free on selected models, with all deals concluding on July 31st.
Dacia – Dacia, the value subsidiary of Renault, is offering zero deposit at 4.9 per cent APR finance on all its models, which are hardly the most expensive of new vehicles anyway. So bargains are to be had here for the confident car-buyer who hasn’t got an image problem.
Fiat – Fiat has 0 per cent APR finance on selected 500 models, which is the company’s best-selling, most chic car. There are also Fiat ‘Welcome Bonuses’ on all other models, for new and existing customers of the brand, which range up to €2,500.
Honda – Honda’s 182 programme is called ‘Powered by Adrenaline’. The deals include 3.9 per cent APR finance across the whole range, a free service plan on all diesel models sold, complimentary road tax on all Jazz variants and a choice of four incentives for CR-V customers: select from a free leather upgrade, a €1,000 deal booster, a €4,000 guaranteed minimum future trade-in value or a complimentary road tax and service plan. To take advantage of the Japanese marque’s deals, you need to order before June 30th and have your chosen car registered by July 31st.
Hyundai – This Korean brand’s existing strong offering of a five-year, unlimited-mileage warranty, five years of health checks and five years of AA roadside assistance is bolstered for 182 with three further, mutually exclusive deals – you can either go for a scrappage offer of up to €5,000, five years’ free servicing or 3.9 per cent APR finance on all models.
Jeep – The off-road specialist has 2.9 per cent on finance deals across all its models, plus some scrappage bonuses for people trading in older, more polluting cars. These run to €3,500 on the Renegade and Compass models, and €4,000 on the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee vehicles.
Kia – Kia’s deals major on subsidised finance for its 182 promotions. If you buy through PCP, it’s 3.9 per cent APR across the entire range. But if you choose to go for HP, while some models stay at 3.9 per cent, the Picanto, Cee’d, Stonic, Sportage, Niro and Optima lines switch to 0 per cent APR.
Lexus – Toyota’s luxury arm wants you to go hybrid. The IS 300h comes with a choice of either 2.9 per cent APR finance or a €4,000 ‘Hybrid Trade-Up Allowance’, while the NX 300h has 3.9 per cent APR or a €2,000 allowance. The Lexus RX, both 450h and the new ‘L’ seven-seat model, qualifies for 3.9 per cent APR finance.
Mazda – Go for finance alone and Mazda will offer you a startling 1.82 per cent APR on every model, bar the CX-5 SUV, which is pegged at 5.9 per cent. Alternatively, take advantage of the Summer Bonus scheme and you pay 5.9 per cent finance on everything, with the following money off the list prices: €4,000 off a Mazda6; €3,000 off a Mazda2 or Mazda3; €1,000 off the CX-5; and €750 off the CX-3 crossover and MX-5 roadster models.
Opel – Three simple offers from the beleaguered German manufacturer are these: 0 per cent APR on either HP or PCP finance; up to €5,000 scrappage trade-in; or an extended warranty that runs for five years. These deals are available across all of Opel’s passenger cars.
Peugeot – The ADDvantage programme Peugeot is running for 182 includes kit upgrades – a reversing camera, MirrorScreen connectivity and Grip Control on some 2008 models – as well as 0 per cent APR finance, a €4,000 scrappage scheme or €1,000 of deposit contribution (on trade-in cars where scrappage does not apply), and a five-year extended warranty.
Renault – Renault is offering 1.2 per cent APR on either PCP or HP finance across all of its passenger cars. Those going zero-emissions on the Zoe can also avail themselves of 0 per cent APR on HP or PCP. Further to these deals, there’s €1,200 cashback on new cars and three years’ servicing bundles too. Renault vans also offer 3 per cent APR over five years, a five-year warranty and five years of roadside assistance on Master, Trafic and Kangoo CVs.
SEAT – The Spanish arm of the Volkswagen Group has low finance deals to choose from, such as 0 per cent APR on FR and XC-spec Leon and Ateca models, as well as up to €3,000 as part of its scrappage scheme. Alternatively, for a one-off fee of €299, all SEAT models can come with a three-year service plan.
Skoda – If you’re after a Czech chariot, there’s 0 per cent APR finance on all of the Fabia, Octavia and Superb models, with the Karoq crossover offered at 3.9 per cent APR. Further to this, the Octavia and Superb qualify for deposit contributions on selected models, of €1,000 and €2,000 respectively.
Toyota – In the ‘Upgrade to a Hybrid for Free’ scheme, the RAV4 and Auris models have up to €4,500/€3,700 respectively off their prices through the deals Toyota is offering, while elsewhere there are Trade-In Boosters of between €1,500 and €2,500 on vehicles like the C-HR, Yaris, Prius and Corolla, while finance APR starts at 2.9 per cent for the Aygo city car – meaning it can be yours for just €30 a week.
Volvo – Volvo’s Midsommar Offers include 10 per cent off the list prices of all of the S90, V90, S60, V40 and V40 Cross Country ranges, plus 2.9 per cent PCP on all models barring the XC90 SUV, which is offered at 3.9 per cent. Selected complimentary upgrade packages are available on selected models of the XC40 and XC60 line-ups, while the best news is that Volvo’s 182 deals last all the way until October 1st, giving you plenty of time to choose which Swedish machine you want.