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Top 10: New car 67-plate diesel PCP deals

With the current backlash against diesel, there's a lot of great manufacturer deposit contributions up for grabs at the moment. We've rounded up the the top 10 finance offers on diesels just in time for the 67 registration plate.

As always, these offers can be withdrawn at any time, without prior notice from the manufacturer. They are also subject to terms and conditions - so always read the small print.

What's a PCP deal?  / What are other manufacturers offering? / Top 10: 67 plate petrol deals

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Audi A4 2.0 TDI 190PS

The Audi A4 is quiet, spacious, well-equipped and luxurious, with the 190PS 2.0-litre TDI offering a good blend of performance and fuel economy. Monthly payments aren't cheap, although they also aren’t the most expensive on this list. However, the deposit contribution is a very decent £3150, as long as you can put together a £5990 contribution of your own.

What you pay:

Cash price: £33,785

PCP product: Audi Financial Services

Monthly payment: £299

Customer deposit: £5990

Deposit contribution: £3150

Total deposit: £9140

Duration: 48 months

Annual mileage: 10,000

Total amount of credit: £24,645

APR: 3.9%

Optional final payment: £13,496

Total amount payable: 36,700

Excess mileage fee: 9.6p per mile

Extras: Optional extra metallic paint for £645

Click here to read our review of the Audi A4


Ed Kisiel    on 31 August 2017

Why no BMW'S? I just got £8410 off a new 320d GT with PCP @ 2.9%.Thats £4000 finance contribution and the rest from the dealer and no p/X to confuse the deal. Equivalent Tourings were about £7500 off.

Michael_B    on 31 August 2017

I know the BMW deals knock these out of the water £8-9k PCP discount (BMW+Dealer) advertised without any negotiation plus the £2k diesel allowance if you have an older car

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