Best pre-registered SUV deals 2021

Fancy a high-riding, practically new SUV but not willing to pay a high price? One of these pre-registered SUV deals could fit the bill

Simon Ostler
Aug 3, 2021

Searching for the best value offers on virtually brand new SUVs? A pre-registered deal is likely to put a smile on your face. Buying a car with just 10 miles on the clock can save you thousands of pounds, in some cases slashing 25% off the price of an effectively brand new model. The only difference is that you won't be classed as the first owner.

If that's the kind of saving that takes your fancy then you've come to the right place. Here at BuyaCar we have hundreds of pre-registered deals on the latest SUVs and crossovers, and we've picked out four of the best here. All are available with strong value finance offers, so you can take advantage of low monthly payments or low cash prices - the choice is yours.

Dealers normally pre-register cars to hit sales targets - effectively selling the car to themselves - so there's never a shortage of pre-reg vehicles available, with plenty of engine, colour and specification options, too. Better still, these cars are all built and ready to go. There's no waiting list, all you have to do is make your order and we'll deliver the car straight to your door.

So if you're interested in getting hold of an extremely low-mileage car at a substantial discount, there's no better time to take a look at some outstanding pre-registered car deals. Take your pick and then the car is delivered to your door.

Pre-registered crossover and SUV deals

List prices correct as of August 2021

Pre-registered Peugeot 3008 deals

Peugeot 3008 1.5 BlueHDI Alure Premium list price: £31,805
BuyaCar price from: £27,990
Monthly finance from: £392*

The latest Peugeot 3008 was an early product of the French brand's styling refresh in 2016, and it has now been updated with an even fresher look and a more technologically advanced interior. With features such as the customisable i-Cockpit, coupled with a quality eight-inch touchscreen media display fitted with Android AutoApple CarPlay and sat-nav, this latest version of Peugeot's popular SUV is as good as it's ever been.

As a mid-sized SUV, the 3008 offers plenty of space for five, with a raised driving position and good visibility out of the front at least - the rearward visibility is limited by a small-ish rear window. In terms of space, there's more room in the 3008 than there is in the Nissan Qashqai, but it's not quite on a level with the Renault Kadjar. The head and leg room on offer should be plenty for all but the very tallest passengers.

The 3008 is pretty much unbeatable when it comes to luggage capacity, though. The 591-litre cavern is easy to fill thanks to a low loading lip, and is much larger than what's on offer in the Qashqai, Seat Ateca, and Skoda Karoq.

In terms of engines, the 1.5-litre BlueHDi diesel option is by far the most economical if you discount the numerous hybrid alternatives. With 130hp, 0-62mph is possible in around 10.8 seconds, while fuel economy can easily push towards 60mpg if you're trying to eke out the miles.

PEUGEOT 3008 BUYERS' GUIDE

Pre-registered Range Rover deals

Range Rover D300 Westminster Black list price: £87,645
BuyaCar price Limited stock

While the Range Rover is an awful lot more expensive than the other options on this list, for anyone with who can afford one, it's an absolute no brainer if you're after a luxurious cruiser with a bit of off-road expertise thrown in.

There is nothing else on the market that can offer quite what the Range Rover can, especially in this full-size form. While the Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Velar are more affordable ways of driving a car that offer some of the style and quality that is often associated with this famous brand, neither of them quite deliver when it comes to outright luxury. 

Despite its size, the Range Rover is only a five-seater, but those five heated and reclining seats will be the envy of everybody else you drive past. Then there's the heated steering wheel, suedecloth dashboard and panoramic glass roof, the ambient lighting and the high-end sound system. There's nothing really missing here - if you can afford it, you probably want it.

The D300 mild hybrid diesel engine is the cheapest option available, and while it's quick enough and reasonably economical, you have the option to greatly reduce your running costs if you can stretch your budget to much more expensive plug-in hybrid models.

RANGE ROVER BUYERS' GUIDE

Pre-registered Hyundai Tucson deals

Hyundai Tucson 1.6 T-GDI 150 SE Connect list price: £28,710
BuyaCar price from: £24,995
Monthly finance from: £351*

A new Hyundai Tucson arrived in 2021 with refreshed styling and raft of new technology inside. It's a mid-sized SUV of a similar size to both the Peugeot 3008 and Nissan Qashqai, but this new Tucson is a much more compelling rival to those established cars than its predecessor.

For a start, the new model feels much better quality on the road, with a more refined ride and a much better finish to the interior. If anything, you could say the Tucson is now a much more luxurious alternative to those rivals we mentioned. Even the cheapest SE Connect trim comes equipped with a 10.3-inch touchscreen media display featuring Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and sat-nav, while the tech list also includes cruise control, dual-zone climate control and rear parking sensors

This is a car best suited to low-speed comfort cruising, which means even the uninspiring yet cheap 1.5-litre T-GDi petrol engine is well suited. There are more expensive and punchier alternatives with varying levels of hybrid tech, which will bring better performance and better efficiency if you can afford to stretch your budget.

MORE DETAILS ON THE 2021 HYUNDAI TUCSON

Pre-registered Nissan Qashqai deals

Nissan Qashqai DIG-T 158 Premiere Edition Xtronic list price: £31,795
BuyaCar price Limited stock

The Nissan Qashqai has become something of a poster-car for the SUV market. Even if there are alternatives available with better engines, more boot space, or a more comfortable and luxurious interior, the Qashqai has always managed to win over drivers with a well-rounded package at a decent price. Nissan will hope this latest version of the Qashqai will do the same.

The release of this new model was initially heralded by the Premiere Edition trim. This came with an enticing list of equipment designed to get prospective customers excited. It features a 12.3-inch touchscreen display with Nissan's ProPilot media system with comes with digital radio, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, along with sat-nav, Bluetooth connection and two USB ports. There's also wireless phone charging and a panoramic glass roof.

In many ways, this is the ultimate Qashqai model. And it's available with a 1.3-litre mild hybrid petrol engine producing 158hp, coupled with an automatic gearbox and, in some cases, four-wheel drive.

MORE DETAILS ON THE 2021 NISSAN QASHQAI

*Representative PCP finance - Ford Fiesta:

48 monthly payments of £192
Deposit: £0
Mileage limit: 8,000 per year
Optional final payment to buy car: £2,923
Total amount payable to buy car: £11,926
Total cost of credit: £2,426
Amount borrowed: £9,500
APR: 9.9%

BuyaCar is a credit broker, not a lender. Our rates start from 6.9% APR. The rate you are offered will depend on your individual circumstances.

 

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