Latest NHS new car deals and discounts

If you work for the NHS then you may automatically qualify for a number of new car discounts. This list includes all of the deals and offers that we have been able to find so far. 

Remember, some of these offers can be extended to your immediate family, which means they can also save when they buy a new car, too.

1Brayley Honda (East and South East England)

Brayley Honda offers NHS staff 21% off a new Honda with the Blue Light Scheme. Up to £300 on each car is also donated to the NHS to fight covid-19. 

2Desira Group (Norfolk and Suffolk)

The NHS & Public Sector Worker Scheme at Desira Group is available to all NHS Staff and public sector workers or retired employees within the public sector. The scheme can even be extended to immediate family, too. Desira says you can save up to £4500 on any Fiat in the range.

3Dick Lovett (South West England and Wales)

At Dick Lovett BMW and MINI, NHS staff with a Blue Light Card get exclusive offers and discounts including car lease deals on brand new BMW and MINI models, car discounts on nearly new BMW and special offers for all BMW and MINI Owners - half price MOT or 10% off total service bill.

4Donnelly Group

Defence Discount and Blue Light Card members can save up to 23% on Renault Cars at Donnelly Group, plus £500 cash for NHS employees.

5Evans Halshaw

NHS staff can get discounted rated on new Renault models from Evans Halshaw with a Blue Light Card

6Glyn Hopkin (South East England)

NHS staff can save up to 29 per cent at over 50 dealerships on brands including Nissan, Fiat, Abarth, Alfra Romeo, Honda, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, Renault and Dacia.

7Henrys Cars (Scotland)

Blue Light card holders can benefit from discounted cars, service plans, accessory packs and protection products with Honda vehicles at Henry's Cars.


NHS staff can get discounts on a range of car brands from Motorfinity with the Blue Light scheme. These include Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Citroen, Fiat, Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, MG, MINI, Renault, SEAT, Skoda, Vauxhall and Volkswagen. There are also deals available for NHS staff on Suzuki, Honda and BMW motorcycles.

9Motor Source Group

Motor Source Group supply vehicles to serving and retired NHS staff. Current deals include almost £5000 off a Vauxhall Astra and £4000 of a Volkswagen T-Roc.

10Perrys (nationwide)

With a Blue Light Card, NHS staff can save on a range of offers including almost £3000 off a Renault Captur and £2805 off a Renault Clio.

11Sandicliffe (Midlands England)

There are bespoke NHS discounts redeemable at your nearest Sandicliffe Ford site. Sandcliffe Ford also offer two years’ free car servicing for NHS staff, as well as £10 donated to your Trust with every car service and £50 donated to your Trust with every car order. 

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