Best Ford deals 2014
Save thousands of pounds on the cost of a new Ford with our guide to the best Ford deals
If you’re looking to buy a new Ford, then you’re in luck, because the company is offering decent savings across its range. If you buy a Ford, you can expect it be fun to drive, practical, and cheap to maintain. Keep reading for our guide to the best Ford deals on offer right now or for some of the best deals from other marques, read our new car deals.
Ford Ka deals
There’s plenty to like about the Ford Ka. It’s based on the Fiat 500, but is more fun to drive and does without the Fiat’s retro looks. Right now, the Ford Ka Edge can be yours with a saving of £1,196 on the car’s list price. The deal means you pay a deposit of £305, followed by 35 monthly instalments of £149. If you’re willing to do without equipment such as air-conditioning, the KA can be yours for just £99 a month, with an £825 contribution from Ford.
Ford Fiesta deals
If you want a fun-to-drive car that’s cheap to run and relatively practical, then the Ford Fiesta should be top of your list. Ford is offering deals across the Fiesta range, but the Zetec model is one of the most popular. It comes with smart-looking alloy wheels, a heated windscreen and air-conditioning. Ford’s currently offering £750 off the price, so the car can be had for a one-off payment of £159, a deposit of £3,451 and 23 monthly instalments of £149.
Ford Fiesta ST deals
If you want a car that’s even more fun than the standard Fiesta, then the Fiesta ST is the one to go for. It was voted our 2014 Hot Hatchback of the Year and is quick, as well as being lots of fun to drive. Ford will take £750 off the price, meaning you pay £199, a deposit of £4,330 and 23 monthly instalments of £189. There’s the option to buy the car at the end of the agreement for a further £9,040.
Ford B-MAX deals
The Ford B-MAX MPV is very practical, but also lots of fun to drive. Its pillarless sliding doors make it very easy to get in or out of, while the upright body means there’s lots of space inside. Ford has knocked £1,250 off the high-specification Titanium model, fitted with the company’s excellent 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine that’s capable of more than 55mpg. Go for the deal and you’ll need a deposit of £4,185 and a single payment of £189, followed by 23 monthly instalments of £179.
Ford EcoSport deals
The Ford EcoSport is the company’s attempt at a small SUV, although it lags behind key rivals such as the Peugeot 2008 SUV and Renault Captur SUV. Ford will contribute £500 to the car’s price, though, so you can have it for a deposit of £3,904, a one-off payment of £189, and 23 monthly instalments of £179. There’s the option to buy the car for £8,661 at the end of the agreement.
Ford Focus deals
There are big savings to be made on the Ford Focus as the company makes way in the showrooms for the new model. That means the Zetec Navigator model can be had with a saving of £2,402. The deal means you pay a deposit of £2,844, one payment of £209, and 35 monthly instalments of £199. The current Focus is relatively old, but it’s still one of the best cars to drive in the class, and the Zetec Navigator comes packed full of kit. That includes sat-nav, a quick-clear windscreen, air-conditioning and alloy wheels.
Ford Focus ST deals
There’s also money to be saved on the Ford Focus ST 2 – the fast version of Ford’s hatchback. Ford has reduced the price by £1,950, so you pay a charge of £259, 23 monthly payments of £249 and a deposit of £5,767. It has 247bhp and comes with part-leather sport seats from motorsport supplier Recaro, dual-zone climate control (with separate temperature adjustment for the driver and passenger), plus automatic lights and wipers. As with the standard car, the arrival of the new ST is imminent.
Ford C-MAX and Ford Grand C-MAX deals
At the Paris Motor Show next month, Ford is set to reveal the new Ford C-MAX and Grand C-MAX, meaning there are healthy discounts on the existing cars. The former can be had in Zetec trim with a £2,500 reduction, which means you pay a deposit of £3,549, one payment of £239 and 23 instalments of £229. The same saving applies to the seven-seater Grand C-MAX, so you pay a deposit of £4,381, one payment of £249, and 23 monthly instalments of £239.
Ford Kuga deals
The Ford Kuga isn’t as much fun to drive as other Fords, but it does offer a raised ride height and more comfortable suspension. The 2.0-litre diesel version also offers a good mix of performance and economy, and Ford is offering the car with a £1,500 discount when you buy the top-specification Titanium model. The deal means you pay a £5,390 deposit, one payment of £239, and 23 monthly payments of £229.
Ford Mondeo deals
There’s also a £1,500 saving to be made on the Ford Mondeo Business Edition. The Mondeo has a spacious interior and is extremely comfortable, yet it also manages to be great fun to drive. The 2.0-litre diesel has 138bhp and can return fuel economy of 57.7mpg. Business Edition specification includes 17-inch alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control (with separate temperature adjustment for the driver and passenger), plus touchscreen sat nav. The offer means you pay a deposit of £5,382, one payment of £309 and 23 monthly instalments £299.
Ford S-MAX deals
The seven-seater Ford S-MAX is supposed to blend traditional MPV qualities of space and practicality with the most involving driving experience in class – something it does rather well. Right now, Ford is offering the 2.0-litre diesel Zetec car with a £1,500 discount. The deal means you pay a deposit of £7,043, one payment of £299, and 23 instalments of £289.
Ford Galaxy deals
The Ford Galaxy has more space than the S-MAX and it can also be had with a £1,500 discount right now. The seven-seater is available with a deposit of £7,590, one payment of £339, and 23 instalments of £329. It comes with electric windows all round, 16-inch alloy wheels, plus front and rear parking sensors. It also offers up to 32 separate arrangements for its seven seats.
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