My dealer has offered me a newer version of my car on a PCP at the same cost. Is this a good deal?

I currently have a Toyota Yaris Cross for two months on a PCP. The dealer has offered a new car (available in six months) for the same monthly cost and the same spec too. Is this usual and could there be a catch?

Asked on 20 March 2023 by John lancashire

Answered by David Ross
This sounds like a good deal to us. Demand for new and used cars is strong and this has pushed prices up, so being offered the same car at the same monthly cost is a bonus - it may be that the dealer has a buyer for your current car already and so is keen to move you into a new model.

We would always recommend shopping around for the best deal, but if you're happy with your Yaris Cross then we think this is a good deal.
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