Electrification is a step that we will all have to take sooner or later. It has its tolls, as the greatest difficulty to recharge and, as we saw in our June price report, higher prices when betting on a new car with that propulsion system.
These brakes mean that for now the sales are testimonial, but there is the Moves III Plan, to try to reduce the existing price gap for plug-in hybrids and electric cars, while promoting the installation of recharging points.
As the data we show you does not include these subsidies, the average discount for the month drops in June. At the moment it is 13.65%, when last month it was 14.15%. Discounts vary greatly depending on their size and body, as you can see in this table:
This study is carried out based on thousands of specific offers at a specific moment. You must contact the dealer that performs it to receive more information, since they can include some classics (or have already sold the car to which the offer in question corresponds). It may happen that the offer you are interested in is made by a dealer too far from your home … in that case, don’t worry, because autos.com informs you of what dealer in your province (and the closest) has the best prices for the car you are looking for.
Microurbanos. Average discount: 15.6%
Worse discounts than in May, but those of the lowest price do not change, which continues to be the Peugeot 108, with nearly identical offers for the Citroën C1, both with the 72 hp 1.0 engine. The third step of the podium is for the Hyundai i10 , with the Kia picanto then.
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Micro-urban cabrio. Average discount: 6.9%
Surprise to see the discounts of the smallest convertibles improve four tenths. It is due to the improvement of lowering the Abarth 595C, which overtakes the smart fortwo Cabrio. Very good rates for al Peugeot 108 Top! Y C1 Airscape and further away from him Fiat 500C (with micro-hybrid or electric motor).
Utilitarian. Average discount: 17.9%
Eye to the Skoda Fabia, which is preparing the arrival of the new generation. It has printing offers. So much so that it overtakes the Peugeot 208 Y Citroën C3, as more lowered models, that led this ranking after months. He too Seat Ibiza, with the renovation very soon, has great offers, as well as the Opel corsa.
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Small SUV. Average discount: 14.9%
Discounts drop one point but it is still the Kia Stonic the car with the best deals. A little further back we find the Citroën C3 Aircross, with the Ford Puma and to Seat Arona, fighting to get on the podium. Also watch out for Opel Crossland, of the few that improve discounts in June, such as the Hyundai kona.
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Compact Average discount: 13.7%
Slightly worse sales, but not too much, with the Peugeot 308 (His replacement is already known) of total liquidation. Eye to Nissan leaf this month, which leads to Hyundai i30. Models like him are left off the podium Kia ceed, the Citroën C4 (see proof) or the Skoda Scala, but all three have interesting offers.
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Compact saloons. Average discount: 13.2%
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Compact coupes. Average discount: 6.6%
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Family compacts: Average discount: 16.6%
Discounts fall, although the model continues to be the lowest Peugeot 308 SW, whose replacement will be revealed at the end of summer. Good discounts also in the Kia Ceed Tourer with access gasoline engine. Much further away the Seat Leon Sportstourer (see proof) and the Suzuki swace (see proof).
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Compact convertibles. Average discount: 5.8%
Discounts in this segment fell for the third consecutive month (now almost two points), led, again, by Bmw z4, with discounts very similar to those of the BMW 2 Series Convertible. Two models are fighting to get on the podium. He gets it Audi TT Roadster, ahead of the Mazda MX-5 (see test).
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Compact minivans: Average discount: 17.2%
The average discounts of these vehicles fall two points as many 100% electric versions arrive. There is still no change in the top positions: He leads the Peugeot Rifter (see proof), followed by the Opel Combo Life and the Citroën berlingo. Something further is the Toyota Proace City Verso (see proof).
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Compact SUV. Average discount: 13.9%
More than one point is what the June discounts worsen, but ojom that does not mean changes in the first three positions, with the Citroën C5 Aircross ahead of Kia Xceed and the Peugeot 3008, both with plug-in hybrid mechanics as standard bearers. Also be careful this month Kuga hybrid and there are interesting discounts from the Kia Sportage, whose replacement we will meet in June.
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Medium saloons. Average discount: 12.9%
Average discounts drop one point and there is a change of leader, since the most discounted model in June is the Skoda Superb with a diesel engine, which overtakes the Opel Insignia Meanwhile he Peugeot 508 still third. Total liquidation follows the Lexus IS, which will not have continuity in Europe.
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Medium family cars. Average discount: 12.2%
The sales in this segment so fabulous for travel are two points worse. And there is no news, because the Peugeot 508 SW still ahead of the Volvo V60. A little further back, the Skoda Superb Combi (see proof) and the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer.
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Midsize coupes: Average discount: 7.9%
The sales in this category fall a few tenths, but it maintains the first position in terms of discounts on Lexus RC, ahead of Mercedes C-Class Coupé and from Audi A5. Somewhat behind in discounts (but cheaper), there is the Ford Mustang.
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Medium convertibles: Average discount: 6.7%
Discounts in this category get considerably worse. And there is a change of leader, because now it is the BMW 4 Series Convertible the one that surpasses the Mercedes C-Class Convertible and to Audi A5 Cabrio.
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Large minivans. Average discount: 15.5%
One of the most stable segments in terms of discounts, but beware that there are changes. In June the Toyota ProAce Verso ahead of Opel Zafira Life (see proof), while the Peugeot Traveler retains third place. Good prices also for Ford S-MAX or Seat Alhambra.
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Family SUV. Average discount: 11.7%
Discounts are going down again for the second consecutive month … but beware, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio heads this classification for the first time by discounts, especially with a diesel engine. Good sales as always for him Volvo XC60 and this month the Skoda Kodiaq (to be renewed soon) surpasses Peugeot 5008 (see proof) and at Seat Tarraco.
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Large saloons. Average discount: 8.7%
Discounts in this category fall… without further changes. The leader is still the Volvo S90, ahead of BMW 5 Series and from Lexus UK. At a further distance we can already see Mercedes E Class and the Audi a6.
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Large relatives. Average discount: 9.7%
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