The first thing you’ll want to know about a new car is how much it will cost.
You might think you’ll pay the same amount for a £25,000 car and £40,000 one, but this is not always the case.
Some car brands may offer discounts if they’re offering a smaller car, while others may offer a cheaper one, depending on the year.
There are a few key things to keep in mind when it comes to deciding on a new or used car, such as the mileage and type of car you want.
It might be cheaper to buy a used car if you have access to a discount car insurance scheme, but you might not be able to buy the exact same car if it’s been out of service for longer.
Here are the best car brands to buy and compare to today.
Top brands The following are the most popular car brands currently.
It includes the brands most recently listed on the UK’s National Insurance register and their latest prices: Honda Civic: £25.40-30,000 Ford Fiesta: £23.00-27,000 Mercedes-Benz CLA: £27.00 – 38,000 BMW M4: £24.60 – 33,000 Nissan Altima: £26.00 – 34,000 Lexus GS: £30.00+ Nissan 300ZX: £28.00-$37,000 Volvo V90: £36.00 $42,000 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution: £37.00 £50,000 Audi A3: £32.00–36,000 Subaru Impreza: £39.00 €49,000 Hyundai i20: £29.00—$37,500 Nissan 370Z: £31.00$48,000 Chevrolet Bolt: £40.00£50,500 BMW X3: €39.95 €53,000 Mazda CX-9: £44.00€60,000 Volkswagen Golf GTI: £42.00* Volkswagen Jetta: £41.00***