Best new Ford deals

Save thousands on a brand new Ford, including the Fiesta, Focus, Kuga and Edge

BuyaCar team
Oct 4, 2017

With bigger savings than a clearance sale, the latest Ford offers cut more than £5,000 off the price of popular models - and that's just the start. Most cars are also available with 0% finance from the manufacturer, and there are additional savings if you qualify for the Ford scrappage scheme, which typically reduces the price by another £1,500.

The savings of more than £5,000 apply to versions of the Ford Kuga, Mondeo, Edge and S-Max. Ford Focus buyers can save more than £4,000 and there's even a discount of  ore than £2,000 on most Ford Fiestas, even though the current model is brand new and only went on sale this summer.

By bringing the cost of owning a Ford right down to bargain basement levels, the offers make higher-specification cars much more affordable. This includes top-of-the-range Vignale models, which are packed full of technology and have leather interiors.

See below for our pick of the best deals, or configure a new Ford now to check the savings that are available. You can also read full details of the Ford scrappage scheme.


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Save up to 13% with new Ford Fiesta deals

The brand new Ford Fiesta has been getting rave reviews, thanks to its much improved interior and more comfortable ride without losing the nippy and agile feel that makes it fun to drive.

Not only could you be one of the first to own the latest model, but you'll also make a sizeable saving too, of more than £2,000 off the most popular Zetec B&O car, which has a B&O stereo, as well as a touchscreen with sat-nav. Also standard are alloy wheels, air conditioning, digital radio and a heated windscreen. Powered by an economical 1-litre EcoBoost petrol engine, the car costs £13,618.  There's also £2,231 off the price of the five-door version.

If you can do without a few luxuries, then you can get behind the wheel of the cheapest Ford Fiesta Style for just over £11,000, thanks to a discount of more than £1,600.

Move up the range with a sporty ST-Line model that comes with firmer suspension and larger alloy wheels, which makes the car feel sharper in corners,  and you'll still be able to save more than £2,000.

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Save up to 21% with Ford Kuga deals

With a standard list of equipment that includes alloy wheels, air conditioning, keyless start and heated windscreen, plus large savings and 0% finance options, even the cheapest Ford Kuga offers value for money. There are plenty of positives if you’re looking for a new family crossover that combines the economy and driving experience of a family hatchback with the extra height of an off-road car.

Recently updated with a new design and improved technology, the Kuga is a good all-round choice, with comfort, space and controls that are straightforward to use. The discount means that the entry-level 1.5 Zetec car costs from £18,121, which is extremely competitive against rivals, such as the Peugeot 3008 and Renault Kadjar.

The savings also apply to models higher up the range, so you can opt for a diesel-powered, automatic Kuga Zetec with four-wheel drive and sat-nav (seen at the top of the page) for £22,681 - a saving of more than £6,000. For more luxury, you'll get leather seats, a panoramic sunroof, powered bootlid and mood lighting with a two-wheel drive diesel Titanium X for £23,857 (above).

Large discounts on diesel Ford Kugas, four-wheel drive models and automatic cars are all available too.
Read the Ford Kuga buying guide

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Save up to 24% with Ford Focus deals

The best model in the Ford Focus line-up, shown above, now costs just £15,209, thanks to a massive 24% discount that cuts almost £5,000 off the list price. There’s 0% manufacturer finance available too - as with most of the current new Ford deals.

Despite the car’s age, the Focus is still top of the class for its blend of driving pleasure and practicality. It’s relatively economical - even if it can’t match its official 60mpg figure in real-world driving - and has all the power you need for brisk overtaking.

Zetec Edition offers the best value for money and has all the equipment you need including a sat nav, rear parking sensors and a heated windscreen. In the middle of the dashboard is an 8in touchscreen with DAB digital radio. Outside, it looks smarter than cheaper models, thanks to its 16in alloy wheels, chrome front grille and rear tinted glass.

Upgrading to ST-Line trim costs less than £18,250 and adds sport-style front seats and a sportier look outside, thanks to body-coloured panels, a large rear spoiler and 17in alloy wheels.
Read the Ford Focus buying guide

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Save up to 7% with Ford Ka+ deals

Ford’s cheapest car is now even better value, with almost £650 off a brand new model

It brings the price of the entry-level Ford Ka+ Studio down to just £8,911. The Ka+ is comfortable, roomy and great to drive while Studio trim has all the essentials to make city driving a breeze including electric mirrors for a more precise view, a height-adjustable driver’s seat so you can tailor your position exactly so and great connectivity so you can play all your music.

In addition it has a host of features to keep you safe including hill-start assist for tricky inclines and tyre pressure monitoring.

You can upgrade to a new Ka+ Zetec model with air conditioning, alloy wheels and digital radio for another £920. More powerful versions are available for just over £10,000.
Read more in the Ford Ka+ buying guide

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Save up to 16% with Ford Edge deals

Ford’s biggest SUV may only have five seats, but behind them is a colossal boot. With a capacity of 602 litres, you’ll be able to fling in everything a family needs for a holiday, while still having space to pick up some shopping along the way.

The car’s at its best on long motorway journeys where the soft suspension smooths out bumpy roads and the engine thrums quietly under the bonnet. In corners, it's wise to drive gently, or you'll find the car leaning uncomfortably.

Normally, this large SUV comes with a similarly hefty price, but savings of over £5,700 brings the price of a Titanium model down to under £29,000, which includes a decent package of standard equipment, including sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, 19in alloy wheels, powered boot lid, heated front seats and keyless system. Four-wheel drive is standard on all Edges as well.
Read the Ford Edge buying guide

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Save up to 20% with Ford Kuga Vignale deals

Ford’s top-of-the-range Vignale cars come with high-end leather interiors, dozens of electric motors that make the slightest physical exertion (such as closing the bootlid or raising your seat) unnecessary, and most of the technology Ford currently offers.

Buying one of these cars also means that you get preferential treatment in Ford dealerships: your car can be picked up from a convenient place for servicing, and a loan car delivered to the same spot. Ford promises that you’ll be able to speak to someone 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling a single number.

Underneath the glitz is the same, dependable Kuga that’s proved a hit with buyers, and has recently been updated with Ford’s slicker SYNC3 dashboard software, which includes a much clearer screen.

Current discounts of more than £6,000 bring the price of a diesel Kuga Vignale - including an optional panoramic sunroof and an automatic gearbox - down to under £27,600, which is the pre-discount price that Ford quotes for a mid-range Kuga.
Read the Ford Kuga buying guide

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Save up to 21% with Ford S-Max deals

The Ford S-Max has a bit more style than your average people carrier, and it doesn't feel as ponderous to drive either. But it's still practical and able to carry seven people in comfort. Its second and third row seats can all be folded down individually, or all together to create a vast 2,020-litre load space.

Fitted with a 150 horsepower diesel engine, the S-Max has enough power to haul a full load of passengers or luggage, and it's fairly economical too. But the biggest economies come when you're buying or financing it. A reduction of more than £6,400 makes a high-specification Titanium car affordable, with a price of £23,442 and 0% manufacturer finance available.

Standard equipment on this model includes 17in alloy wheels, cruise control and tinted glass, as well as sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors, and a range of features to help the driver, including a warning if you drift out of your lane, and a camera that can recognise speed limit signs. The limit is then displayed on your dashboard.
Read the Ford S-Max buying guide

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Save up to 17% with Ford EcoSport deals

Ford's EcoSport is a small sport-utility vehicle (SUV), promising the running costs of a supermini, with the higher driving position of an off-roader. And with discounts of a fifth off the manufacturer's price, you can buy one for no more than a supermini too.

The savings of £2,765 apply to the economical but powerful 1-litre EcoBoost model in Zetec trim, which includes practical features, such as a fully adjustable steering wheel and height-adjustable driver’s seat, electric windows all-round and electric door mirrors, plus extras, including air conditioning, 16in alloy wheels and voice control for the entertainment system.
Read the Ford EcoSport buying guide

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Save up to 22% with Ford Mondeo Estate deals

It's spacious, solid and now a bargain buy: savings of more than £6,400 on the Ford Mondeo estate have brought the price of a diesel-powered ST Line X down to below £23,000, with the option of 0% finance on top.

These sporty-looking cars are stacked with equipment, including part-leather sports seats, which are heated in the front, sports suspension, front and rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers and a touchscreen with sat-nav and digital radio. It looks sportier than the rest of the range, thanks to its black grille, 18in alloy wheels and bodywork add-ons, which make the car look lower and more streamlined.

Although the boot, with all seats up, is technically a bit smaller than the Mondeo hatchback, it can accommodate much more if you pile your belongings up to the top of the roof, or fold the rear seats down.
Read the Ford Mondeo Estate buying guide.

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Save up to 21% on Ford Grand C-Max deals

The Ford Grand C-Max comes with seven seats without looking like a minibus, or costing you a fortune. In fact, discounts of £5,000 or more on most of the range have brought the price of this people carrier down to the level of a less flexible five-seat family hatchback.

A new petrol-powered Grand C-Max 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Zetec Navigation model, which includes sat-nav, heated windscreen and door mirrors costs little more than £18,000 and there’s a 0% manufacturer finance offer on top of that as well.

Its 1-litre EcoBoost petrol engine is powerful and reasonably economical - especially if it’s mainly being used for the school run and trips around town.

The twin sliding doors and folding rear seats make the Ford practical and offer plenty of flexibility, so you can switch between carrying a full load of passengers to filling up with vast quantities of luggage. It’s good to drive as well - feeling more like a car than a heavy and unwieldy box on wheels.

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Save up to 18% with Ford Focus ST deals

Ford may have recently been busy promoting its fire-breathing Focus RS hot hatchback, with blistering performance that’s great fun on a racing circuit, but the Focus ST offers plenty of thrills - and you can use more of its performance legally on public roads.

It’s also much cheaper too, thanks to an enormous 20% discount that cuts the price to under £21,000, and the option of 0% manufacturer finance.

It’s quick - accelerating from 0-62mph in just 6.5 seconds - and agile, darting from one direction to another with a quick nudge of the steering wheel. You can easily imagine that you’re behind the wheel of a lightweight two-seat sportscar, rather than a family hatchback that retains the practicality of the standard Focus.

Passengers will have to endure a bumpier ride than in less-powerful models, which is the price you pay for the car’s agile cornering, but there are few other sacrifices to be made: the current entry-level specification is ST-2, which includes an 8in touchscreen with sat-nav and Ford’s latest high-resolution SYNC3 software system. Air conditioning, automatic headlights, 18in alloy wheels and Recaro sports seats are included too.
Read the Ford Focus ST buying guide

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