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Best EOFY 2020 deals: SUVs

Hot SUV deals with huge savings go begging at new car dealerships to warm you as the weather turns cold

The weather may be cooling but deals on new cars certainly aren’t slowing down with dealers showing a willingness to bargain in the lead up to the end of the financial year.

Great deals are on around the country with some huge savings of up to $9000 on brand new SUVs.

Here’s some of the best new-car deals on a range of SUVs available today and the weekend in the lead up to the end of June.

01. Hyundai

Hyundai has added factory bonuses in the form of price cuts or offered low-rate 2.9 per cent comparative finance across most of its SUV range as part of its EOFY drive.

The larger Tucson has similar deals, with the Active manual front-wheel drive now discounted to $28,990 drive-away (saving about $4500) pus a further $500 from the factory or a low interest rate finance offer. There is an automatic version with the same bonus for $31,340 drive-away, a drop of almost $4800.

The all-wheel-drive Tucson with the diesel engine and eight-speed automatic is now $36,340 drive-away, plus the $500 EOFY offer, saving $5600 or 13.4 per cent. The Active-X gets even better deals with the FWD automatic now $34,340 drive-away to save about $5000, with an extra $1500 from the factory as an EOFY bonus.

The AWD diesel Active-X is $39,340, down from $45,247 to save 13 per cent, plus there’s the $1500 bonus. Over the Active, the Active-X adds items including sat-nav, leather upholstery, premium audio and digital radio.

Hyundai also has deals on other models. The seven-seat Santa Fe Active is now $44,490 drive-away for the V6 petrol automatic. It is usually $49,231 to save $4741. Hyundai will also give you $1500 off the price as an EOFY bonus.

The diesel version is now $48,960 including on-road costs, saving $3745. It gets a $500 EOFY bonus. There is a further $1000 off both Santa Fe deals if you’re an ABN holder.

02. Toyota

Toyota is seeing out the financial year with some deals that make it hard for a family to overlook. Its EOFY sales now includes all on-road costs and free metallic paint on selected models.

The popular Prado in GXL trim with seven seats is now $65,990 drive-away, a saving of $4371.

The Fortuner, based on the Hilux and also with seven seats, is now going for $47,990 in GX trim, down from $51,332 to save $3342 or 6.5 per cent.

The seven-seat Kluger is now $41,990 drive-away for the GX with V6 petrol engine, front-wheel drive and eight-speed automatic transmission. The price is a huge $8530 on the normal price. Buyers wanting all-wheel drive can opt for the GX automatic that is now $45,990 drive-away and sparkling in metallic paint, an even more impressive $9019 saving.

Is the Kluger too big? Downsize to the C-HR small SUV with a perky 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine and automatic transmission that starts at $31,990 drive-away and in metallic paint. This front-wheel-drive version is normally $33,635 to save $1645. There’s also an all-wheel-drive variant for $33,990 with the special paint, saving $1729.


03. Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi has its recently upgraded its range by adding a special seven-year or 150,000km warranty on selected models. The extended warranties aren’t standard across the brand, so now is a great time to have peace of mind and knowing they can be transferred to the next buyer, increasing resale values.

The Pajero Sport GLX automatic 4WD includes that warranty and also gets a huge $7096 price reduction at $45,990 drive-away.

The extra warranty is also included in the following deals, with the brand’s smallest SUV - the ASX - now at $24,990 drive-away for the 2.0-litre front-drive ES manual, saving $2965. This is the latest model ASX so comes with a heap of gear but if you’d prefer an automatic, that’s now $26,740, saving $3299.

For something a bit more stylish, and with a bit more room, there’s the Eclipse Cross with one version, the ES automatic with front-wheel drive, now $29,990 drive-away, a discount of $4217. These are a top small SUV with a bit of extra fun thrown into the driving experience thanks to the 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine.

Lastly, the even bigger Outlander has a couple of discounted versions, opening with the ES manual five-seater with front-wheel drive and 2.0-litre engine at $28,990 drive-away and including the long warranty. This is a welcome $4700 off the normal price.

Probably a better bet is the ES with seven seats and bigger 2.4-litre engine - you may need the extra power to haul the seven occupants - with automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.

This is now $31,490, a hefty $4592 off the normal price. If you need all-wheel drive, the same features are in an ES AWD for $37,190 drive-away, putting an extra $1918 in your pocket.


04. Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar has taken the red pen to one version of its neat small SUV, the E-Pace, with the P250 Chequered Flag now going for $65,990 drive-away, which includes an extended five-year warranty, up from three years/100,000km. The saving is a healthy $6386, making it pretty much a bargain. The Chequered Flag has a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.

Jaguar, and sister company Land Rover, have most models on sale at the moment, with savings equivalent to the GST - ie. 10 per cent - plus the extended five-year warranty and drive-away inclusions.

05. BMW

Another European taking the bread knife to the price list is BMW that has offered its smallest SUV, the X1, in the sDrive (rear-wheel drive) 18i version. It comes with a seven-speed automatic transmission and a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine for $49,900 drive-away, a modest saving of about $770 but there is a low-rate finance offer available.

It has also discounted its large SUV, the X5. The xDrive30d M Sport with 3.0-litre turbo-diesel engine, all-wheel drive and eight-speed automatic is now $119,900 drive away including metallic paint. The saving is an impressive $14,144 or 10.6 per cent.

06. MG

MG has some keen offers on two of its SUVs, starting with the small ZS now kicks off at $23,490 drive-away for the Excite with 1.5-litre engine and automatic transmission. The company will throw in a $777 bonus off the price and a gift pack of sanitiser products valued at $80.

The Excite Plus with the more potent 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine is now $24,990 drive-away plus the bonus offers.

There is the better equipped ZS Essence that adds features such as sat-nav and a sunroof for $27,490 drive-away, plus the $777 offer and sanitiser pack.

The bigger MG SUV, the HS, comes out in its Vibe version with a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine and automatic transmission priced from $30,990 drive-away, plus the cash bonus and gift pack. There is an Excite version for $34,790 with all the bonus items. The Excite adds 18-inch alloy wheels, sat-nav and electric tailgate.

07. Ford

Ford has put its latest Everest SUV up for grabs before the end of June with great savings on the big seven-seater. The Trend with the latest 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel engine and awesome 10-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive is now $54,990 drive-away to save a hefty $8023 or 12.7 per cent.

The SUV also comes with an extra attraction - five years of free scheduled servicing that will save an extra $2490.

There is also the Trend with the 3.2-litre turbo-diesel engine, six-speed automatic and 4x4 for $60,990, saving $6070. This also includes the on-road costs and the free service deal will save $1716 over the five years.

Ford also has a discount on its Sport version of the Everest 4x4 with the 3.2-litre engine. It is now $63,990 drive-away, a saving of $5200. It also gets the free service offer.

Neil Dowling
Contributing Journalist
GoAutoMedia Cars have been the corner stone to Neil’s passion, beginning at pre-school age, through school but then pushed sideways while he studied accounting. It was rekindled when he started contributing to magazines including Bushdriver and then when he started a motoring section in Perth’s The Western Mail. He was then appointed as a finance writer for the evening Daily News, supplemented by writing its motoring column. He moved to The Sunday Times as finance editor and after a nine-year term, finally drove back into motoring when in 1998 he was asked to rebrand and restyle the newspaper’s motoring section, expanding it over 12 years from a two-page section to a 36-page lift-out. In 2010 he was selected to join News Ltd’s national motoring group Carsguide and covered national and international events, launches, news conferences and Car of the Year awards until November 2014 when he moved into freelancing, working for GoAuto, The West Australian, Western 4WDriver magazine, Bauer Media and as an online content writer for one of Australia’s biggest car groups. He has involved himself in all aspects including motorsport where he has competed in everything from motocross to motorkhanas and rallies including Targa West and the ARC Forest Rally. He loves all facets of the car industry, from design, manufacture, testing, marketing and even business structures and believes cars are one of the few high-volume consumables to combine a very high degree of engineering enlivened with an even higher degree of emotion from its consumers.
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