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    Post New Cars 2013

    This is a complete list of all New Cars expected on sale in 2013, those which I assume should be on Motability are marked. All prices are estimated and are based on recent Autocar and Auto Express publications.

    January
    Dacia Duster £8,995
    Dacia Sandero £5,995
    Ford Fiesta (Facelift) £9,795
    Honda Civic Diesel
    Hyundai i30 (3-door)
    KIA Sorento
    Mazda 6 £19,595

    MINI Clubvan
    MINI JCW GP
    Nissan Juke Nismo
    Peugeot RCZ
    Porsche Cayenne Diesel S
    Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

    SEAT Ibiza Cupra £18,825
    SEAT Toledo £12,495
    Toyota Auris £14,495
    Vauxhall Adam £11,255
    VW Golf £16,330


    February
    BMW M6 Gran Coupe
    Citroen DS3 Cabrio £14,000
    Ford Kuga £23,000

    Hyundai Veloster Turbo
    SEAT Leon (5-door) £15,670
    Volvo V40 R-Design

    Volvo V60 PHEV

    March
    Fiat 500L £15,000
    KIA Carens £16,500
    MINI Paceman
    Mitsubishi Mirage £8,000

    Mitsubishi Outlander
    Nissan GT-R

    Renault Clio
    Skoda Octavia Hatch £14,000

    Totota RAV4
    Toyota Verso £18,000

    April
    Audi A3 Sportback £19,825
    Ford Fiesta ST

    Jaguar XFR-S
    KIA Pro_Cee’d £16,000
    Maserati GranCabrio MC
    Mercedes GL
    Nissan Leaf (Facelift)
    Porsche 911 GT3
    RenaultSport Clio

    Vauxhall Cascada £23,000

    May
    BMW 3 Series GT
    BMW Z4

    Chevrolet Trax £13,500
    Dacia Sandero Stepway £7,095

    Jaguar F-Type
    Peugeot 208 GTi

    Peugeot 208 XY
    Porsche Cayman
    Renault Zoe

    Skoda Octavia Estate
    VW Beetle Cabriolet

    June
    Citroen C3 (Facelift)
    Ford Focus Electric
    Infinit G-Series
    Jeep Cherokee
    Lexus IS
    Masseratti Quattroporte
    Mercedes A45 AMG

    Renault Clio SUV £13,000
    Skoda Superb (Facelift)

    July
    Alfa Romeo 4C
    Ferrari Enzo
    Mercedes CLA
    Mercedes SLS Black Series
    Skoda Octavia vRS

    Toyota Auris Sports Tourer

    August
    Audi RS6 Avant
    Honda NSX

    Hyundai ix35 (Facelift)
    Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
    VW Golf Bluemotion
    VW Golf GTD

    VW Golf GTi

    September
    Audi RS7
    BMW 4 Series Coupe
    Mercedes S-Class

    Hyundai i10 £8,500
    Nissan Note £12,000
    Peugeot 2008 £14,000
    Skoda Rapid Spaceback £13,000
    Vauxhall Insignia (Facelift) £19,000


    October
    Citroen C4 Picasso £17,500
    Honda CR-V Diesel
    Porsche 918
    Rolls-Royce Ghost Coupe

    Suzuki S-Cross £13,500
    VW e-up!


    November
    Audi A3 Saloon
    Audi Q3 RS
    BMW 5 Series (Facelift)
    BMW i3
    BMW X5
    Chevrolet Corvette C7


    December
    BMW i8
    Ford Ecosport (SUV) £14,000
    KIA Soul

    McLaren P1
    Nissan 370Z

    Peugeot 308 £16,000
    Porsche Macan
    Vauxhall Corsa £9,000
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    05/09-05/12; Nissan Qashqai 1.5 Diesel Tekna; 36,500 miles; avg 41.1mpg
    06/12-07/15; Ford C-Max 2.0 Diesel Titanium Powershift; 35,400 miles; avg 37.8mpg
    07/15-09/17; Skoda Octavia 1.6 Diesel SE-L DSG; 28,200miles; avg 43.9mpg
    09/17-Present; VW Touran 1.4 Petrol SEL DSG; 11,600miles; avg 35.9mpg (28.6 - 43.9mpg)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    This is a complete list of all New Cars expected on sale in 2013, those which I assume should be on Motability are marked. All prices are estimated and are based on recent Autocar and Auto Express publications.

    January
    Dacia Duster £8,995
    Dacia Sandero £5,995
    Ford Fiesta (Facelift) £9,795
    Honda Civic Diesel
    Hyundai i30 (3-door)
    KIA Sorento
    Mazda 6 £19,595

    MINI Clubvan
    MINI JCW GP
    Nissan Juke Nismo
    Peugeot RCZ
    Porsche Cayenne Diesel S
    Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

    SEAT Ibiza Cupra £18,825
    SEAT Toldeo £12,495
    Toyota Auris £14,495
    Vauxhall Adam £11,255
    VW Golf £16,330


    February
    BMW M6 Gran Coupe
    Citroen DS3 Cabrio £14,000
    Ford Kuga £23,000

    Hyundai Veloster Turbo
    SEAT Leon (5-door) £15,670
    Volvo V40 R-Design

    Volvo V60 PHEV

    March
    Fiat 500L £15,000
    KIA Carens £16,500
    MINI Paceman
    Mitsubishi Mirage £8,000

    Mitsubishi Outlander
    Nissan GT-R

    Renault Clio
    Skoda Octavia Hatch £14,000

    Totota RAV4
    Toyota Verso £18,000

    April
    Audi A3 Sportback £19,825
    Ford Fiesta ST

    Jaguar XFR-S
    KIA Pro_Cee’d £16,000
    Maserati GranCabrio MC
    Mercedes GL
    Nissan Leaf (Facelift)
    Porsche 911 GT3
    RenaultSport Clio

    Vauxhall Cascada £23,000

    May
    BMW 3 Series GT
    BMW Z4

    Chevrolet Trax £13,500
    Dacia Sandero Stepway £7,095

    Jaguar F-Type
    Peugeot 208 GTi

    Peugeot 208 XY
    Porsche Cayman
    Renault Zoe

    Skoda Octavia Estate
    VW Beetle Cabriolet

    June
    Citroen C3 (Facelift)
    Ford Focus Electric
    Infinit G-Series
    Jeep Cherokee
    Lexus IS
    Masseratti Quattroporte
    Mercedes A45 AMG

    Renault Clio SUV £13,000
    Skoda Superb (Facelift)

    July
    Alfa Romeo 4C
    Ferrari Enzo
    Mercedes CLA
    Mercedes SLS Black Series
    Skoda Octavia vRS

    Toyota Auris Sports Tourer

    August
    Audi RS6 Avant
    Honda NSX

    Hyundai ix35 (Facelift)
    Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
    VW Golf Bluemotion
    VW Golf GTD

    VW Golf GTi

    September
    Audi RS7
    BMW 4 Series Coupe
    Mercedes S-Class

    Hyundai i10 £8,500
    Nissan Note £12,000
    Peugeot 2008 £14,000
    Skoda Rapid Spaceback £13,000
    Vauxhall Insignia (Facelift) £19,000


    October
    Citroen C4 Picasso £17,500
    Honda CR-V Diesel
    Porsche 918
    Rolls-Royce Ghost Coupe

    Suzuki S-Cross £13,500
    VW e-up!


    November
    Audi A3 Saloon
    Audi Q3 RS
    BMW 5 Series (Facelift)
    BMW i3
    BMW X5
    Chevrolet Corvette C7


    December
    BMW i8
    Ford Ecosport (SUV) £14,000
    KIA Soul

    McLaren P1
    Nissan 370Z

    Peugeot 308 £16,000
    Porsche Macan
    Vauxhall Corsa £9,000
    really comprehensive list. wonder what we will see in next jan's price list

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    Paul,
    It really is a comprehensive list and I shall be interested to see how many cars make the list next year and at what price.
    The recent PIP delays should allow me to complete my current lease and take out a new one in 2015 with a view to buying it outright.
    That process will begin towards the latter part of 2014 as considerable thought and research will be needed.

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    Out of that lot the few that interest me are:

    • Fiat 500L
    • Ford Ecosport (SUV)
    • Nissan Note
    • Renault Clio SUV
    • SEAT Leon
    • SEAT Toledo
    • Skoda Octavia
    • Skoda Rapid


    I now subscribe to both Autocar and Auto Express so I can keep up to date with all things 'car'.
    Motability Car History
    05/09-05/12; Nissan Qashqai 1.5 Diesel Tekna; 36,500 miles; avg 41.1mpg
    06/12-07/15; Ford C-Max 2.0 Diesel Titanium Powershift; 35,400 miles; avg 37.8mpg
    07/15-09/17; Skoda Octavia 1.6 Diesel SE-L DSG; 28,200miles; avg 43.9mpg
    09/17-Present; VW Touran 1.4 Petrol SEL DSG; 11,600miles; avg 35.9mpg (28.6 - 43.9mpg)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    Out of that lot the few that interest me are:

    • Fiat 500L
    • Ford Ecosport (SUV)
    • Nissan Note
    • Renault Clio SUV
    • SEAT Leon
    • SEAT Toledo
    • Skoda Octavia
    • Skoda Rapid


    I now subscribe to both Autocar and Auto Express so I can keep up to date with all things 'car'.
    What Car are also worth subscribing to. Think the new Seat Leon looks interesting, it is cheaper then Golf and comes with good kit. Like the look of it as well.

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    and with the leon there are fewer on the road and they depreciate quicker than golfs

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlebib View Post
    and with the leon there are fewer on the road and they depreciate quicker than golfs
    Your right, a two year old auto Leon would be worth maybe £12,500 - £13,200, a two year old Golf £14,700-£15,300, depending on milage.

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    I did subscribe to What Car, but I found that their sister magazine Autocar a better read. Strangely I still receive What Car magazines even though I cancelled earlier in the year.

    The new Seat Leon looks brilliant and has moved more upmarket which may slow down their depreciation. The new Skoda Rapid also looks very impressive and has a low starting price.
    Motability Car History
    05/09-05/12; Nissan Qashqai 1.5 Diesel Tekna; 36,500 miles; avg 41.1mpg
    06/12-07/15; Ford C-Max 2.0 Diesel Titanium Powershift; 35,400 miles; avg 37.8mpg
    07/15-09/17; Skoda Octavia 1.6 Diesel SE-L DSG; 28,200miles; avg 43.9mpg
    09/17-Present; VW Touran 1.4 Petrol SEL DSG; 11,600miles; avg 35.9mpg (28.6 - 43.9mpg)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    I did subscribe to What Car, but I found that their sister magazine Autocar a better read. Strangely I still receive What Car magazines even though I cancelled earlier in the year.

    The new Seat Leon looks brilliant and has moved more upmarket which may slow down their depreciation. The new Skoda Rapid also looks very impressive and has a low starting price.
    I used to subsribe to Autocar as well, but cancelled. I read auto express occasionally. I tend to download them on my Ipad.

    Skoda have improved as a brand, they used to be laughed at but not anymore, they make pretty good cars.

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    some good articles on line

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