How to get a new Hyundai or Toyota, or a BMW, or Mercedes-Benz, in a hurry?
With more than 5 million cars in Britain, the average vehicle will cost you at least £50,000 to buy and you will have to spend more than £50k on the engine, transmission, tyres, powertrain, battery, engine oil, and battery charger.
However, as the number of new vehicles entering the market keeps increasing, so will the demand for these cars.
In fact, the market for new cars is so saturated that you could buy a Ferrari and drive a Porsche for the price of a Volkswagen Golf.
The average price of an average new car is £32,400, and a BMW 328i will cost almost £40,000.
That is why it is worth spending a little extra money on a car like the Hyundai Elantra, or an Audi A4.
However if you’re thinking of buying a BMW or Audi A3, it may not be worth the money.
Read moreThe average new BMW is a £46,500 model, and the average new Audi A5 is a little over £45,000, with the average BMW 328e costing £43,500 and the Audi A7 £44,000 (or around £35,000 in the UK).
If you’re planning on buying a Porsche or Audi Q7, the car is probably not going to be that much of a bargain.
If you want a luxury car like an Audi S5, or BMW X6, then you could be in for a rude awakening.
The average luxury car in the country is a McLaren 650S for £55,000 and the Bentley Continental GT is an eye-watering £76,000 (£54,000 UK).
However, it is cheaper to get the Porsche Cayenne SUV than the Bentley.
The Mercedes-AMG C63 AMG is a luxury hatchback costing £80,000 – and a Bentley is a bargain for £42,000 for a new, pre-owned model.
The Porsche Panamera is the best of the lot, costing just £48,000 on average.
The Bentley Continental GTS is an Aston Martin DB5 for £75,000 with an optional £8,500 ($12,000) petrol boost, and it is also available for £70,000 ($89,000).
However the DB5 is still not cheap enough for most people, as it costs more than the BMW 330i.
So if you are thinking of a Bentley, you might want to consider the Porsche Panameras.
The BMW 328x and BMW 328 is an affordable car, which is the cheapest car in our list.
If you want to be prepared for a busy shopping period, then the cheapest luxury car is the BMW 3 Series, which starts at £46/£46k (UK) with a £25,000 fuel subsidy.
The 3 Series is also one of the most popular luxury cars in the world, and will set you back around £50/£50k in the US.
The cheapest BMW 4 Series is £37,000/£37k with an £8/£8k fuel subsidy, and its the cheapest BMW of all.
If your budget is low, then we suggest you buy a BMW M3 for £50.
The M3 is a budget car, with only a £9,000 subsidy (£11,000 US) and it costs £25/£26k (US) with an M4 diesel engine.
However the M3 can be an excellent alternative to a Bentley Continental, as you can get a good deal for the M4, and you can save money on the M5, too.
The Audi A6 and the Porsche Boxster are the best luxury cars on the road, with all the best petrol engines.
The best luxury car on the market today is the Mercedes-BMW 3 Series Coupé.
If your budget falls short, you can go for the Mercedes Benz A3 Sedan or the Porsche 918 Spyder.
If a car is priced right, you could find yourself in the market of a luxury vehicle for a reasonable price, especially if you live in the South East of England.
We have listed some of the best deals for luxury vehicles in the region, and if you want the latest news on the latest cars in production, we recommend checking out the UK’s Daily Telegraph or the Motor Authority’s Luxury Car List.