Best 22 Plate New Car Deals
Order books are open for new 22 plate cars, with delivery from March 2022. If you are looking for a vehicle on the new registration check out some of our recommended deals below.
Nissan Qashqai - One of the UK’s most popular SUVs has had a complete overhaul with new exterior styling and a host of interior updates and new driver aids... read more >>
Ford Fiesta - Britain’s favourite small car, great to drive with a wide range of options to suit just about every taste... read more >>
Nissan Juke - A funky looking compact Crossover with great customisation options... read more >>
Hyundai Tucson - A stylish, practical, and well-equipped mid-sized SUV with new full hybrid option... read more >>
Ford Puma - Popular compact SUV that offers great drivability and a sporty ST option... read more >>
22 Plate Nissan Qashqai
The Nissan Qashqai has consistently been the UK’s best-selling and most popular SUV/Crossovers.
As the segment has become ever more crowded and the competition has become stiffer, some aspects of the Qashqai were beginning to lag behind some of the competition.
The latest Qashqai model sees something of a revolution to answer the competition with a host of updates.
Exterior styling is slicker, more stylish and the sloping roofline gives the Qashqai more of a modern, sportier, coupe-like look, it’s undeniably more appealing on the eye.
Inside Nissan have really gone to town with Qashqai upgrades, to answer a lot of the criticism. Build quality is improved and there are more soft touch finishes.
A new infotainment with a larger screen replaces the old system which was looking dated when compared with rival vehicles. Depending on your model you can get an 8 or 9-inch colour touchscreen which is responsive and a huge improvement on the old system.
You need to skip the entry-level Visia model to get the touchscreen system, there’s also a 7-inch TFT driver display on the Acenta Premium which is upgraded to a 12.3-inch display on higher grade models.
The Qashqai also comes with a long list of safety and driver aids, including, intelligent emergency braking (automatic braking to avoid a collision), intelligent cruise control, lane departure warning/intervention, blind spot warning/intervention and traffic sign recognition.
The new Qashqai trim-level line-up can be compared here,
one of the notable changes is the N-Connecta model is no longer made with the panoramic roof.
The latest Nissan Qashqai represents a very attractive package if you are in the market for a mid-sized SUV/Crossover you should put it on your shortlist.
Browse the latest Nissan Qashqai deals here.
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22 Reg Ford Fiesta
The Ford Fiesta is one of the best-selling cars in the UK, as well being a fantastic car to drive it offers a range of models and options to suit just about everyone. You can choose from a frugal around town runner to a hot hatch speed car that is renowned for its drivability and handling.
There are even the Fiesta Active models that bring a crossover flavour to the Fiesta range with an elevated driving position, SUV-inspired styling like chunky tyres and body mouldings and additional drive modes to tackle more demanding road and weather conditions.
The 2022 Ford Fiesta sees the 7th generation model get a facelift that includes some subtle exterior styling tweaks. These include a new front grille, restyled bonnet with the Ford badge as the centrepiece, and sportier bumpers. All models for the first time get LED lights as standard across the range and also available are Matrix headlights that can automatically switch/between and adjust high-beam.
The current engine range that was revised in 2021 is carried forward to the facelifted 2022 model. These included a range of Ford multi-award winning Ecoboost petrol engines that feature cylinder deactivation and some are now equipped with mild hybrid technology that improves economy figures.
The entry-level engine is a 1.0-litre (99bhp) engine, it comes with manual transmission, there is no automatic option. Further up the range there are 123bhp and 153bhp 1.0-litre engines that feature mild hybrid technology, these can be had with manual or automatic gearbox. At the top-end of performance is the 1.5-litre petrol engine that outputs 197bhp, this is only available with the hot hatch ST models.
The 2020 Fiesta will also feature new tech including the option of a new 12.3-inch digital driver display that can display all kinds of useful info including sat nav, the centre of the dash features Ford’s latest infotainment system with an 8-inch colour touchscreen.
Driver aids includes a new feature called ‘Wrong Way Alert’ which tells the driver if they are driving the wrong way on a motorway. Other driver aids include adaptive cruise, automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring and lane keeping assist that can prevent you straying out of your lane.
Browse the latest 2022 Ford Fiesta discounts here.
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22 Plate Nissan Juke
The Juke is Nissan’s cool-looking compact SUV than blends SUV and coupe-like styling with customisation options.
Once upon a time the Juke was in a segment of its own and the sole compact SUV available, since demand for Crossover/SUV has soared manufacturers now have 2,3 or more Crossovers/SUVs in their line-up including a compact, vehicles like the Ford Puma and Renault Captur and many more now compete with the Juke.
Many people are instantly attracted to the Juke’s quirky looks and bold customisation options, but there are more reasons than ever to think about buying one.
The latest Juke offers more interior cabin space and a bigger boot than before with a handy adjustable boot floor, the entertainment system has been updated and the interior build quality has seen a major evolution.
Inside space is good for a compact, two adults in the front and two in the back will probably be OK if they are not unusually large adults, obviously for children there’s oodles of space in the back.
Interior quality is one area where Nissan have really brought the Juke on leaps and bounds with upgraded materials across the range and touches of class that get better as you move up the range. In terms of interior build quality and finish, the Nissan Juke is a worthy contender for best in class.
All but the entry-level Visia of the Nissan Juke model range get an infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen that includes smartphone mirroring with Android Auto/Apple CarPlay. Further up the Juke model line-up
you also get integrated navigation, but this may not be a deal breaker as you can mirror your favourite smartphone navigation app anyway.
Engine selection is a simple affair with a single 1.0-litre (112bhp) DIG-T option, it can be had with manual or Dual Clutch transmission. It’s a good around town runner, that feels quick enough.
Browse the latest Nissan Juke models and delas here.
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22 Registration Hyundai Tucson
The Tucson is Hyundai’s mid-sized SUV that is packed with standard equipment. The 2022 model will offer a range of self-charging and plug-in hybrid options alongside a petrol unit that features mild hybrid technology.
The self-charging and plug-in hybrids output 227bhp and 261bhp respectively and the PHEV (plug-in hybrid) models are capable of covering up to 34 miles in full electric mode.
The Tucson has received plaudits throughout the motorist industry, for delivering an all-round impressive package, and it was awarded Auto Express’s ‘Mis-Sized SUV of the Year’ in 2021.
On the exterior, the Tucson boast a bold design that catches the eye, the sides feature a ‘creased’ and sculpted design. At the front is what Hyundai call their dark chrome panoramic grille, it sweeps around the front, and you might be forgiven for not noticing the lights ‘hidden’ in the grille. Even the alloy wheels demonstrate that the designers have really gone to town with every aspect of the styling.
Hyundai have combined the bold exterior styling that with a quality interior cabin build and some of the latest cutting-edge tech that impresses, including an excellent infotainment system.
The Tucson is spacious inside too, and if you buy a petrol model, you’ll get an extremely large boot that will trump most rivals.
The infotainment system features a large 10.25-inch colour screen (standard on all models) that delivers a crisp picture, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard too, so you can mirror your favourite apps to the screen, there is also integrated navigation.
The 10.25-inch infotainment screen is complimented by another 10.25-inch digital driver display that is standard on all models and if it finishes off nicely a high-tech looking dashboard.
Also included is Hyundai’s Bluelink Connected Services which amongst other things, enables you to connect remotely to your car via a companion smartphone app. The app enables you to remotely control certain features of the vehicle like remote engine start and access information about the vehicle.
There’s plenty of the latest standard driver aids too. Even entry-level SE models get forward collision avoidance assist with pedestrian and cyclist recognition, lane follow/keep assist, cruise control, rear parking sensor and rear camera.
If you are in the market for a mid-sized SUV, the Tucson should be on your shortlist. It delivers an all-round impressive package and excellent levels of standard equipment even on entry-level models.
Check out the latest Hyundai Tucson discounts and models here.
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22 Plate Ford Puma
Are you looking for a small car that offers the higher driving position of a SUV but doesn’t handle like one? The Puma could be just up your street, it’s built on the same platform as the Fiesta, a car synonymous with handling and drivability.
OK, it won’t match a Fiesta for pure handling, but considering the higher centre of gravity, it may be about as much fun as you’ll get driving a compact SUV. If that doesn’t whet your appetite, there’s a sporty ST model available (pictured right) that might.
The Puma ST models use a 1.5-litre Ecoboost petrol engine (the same unit that powers the Fiesta ST), it pushes 197bhp, can get you from 0-60mph in under 7 seconds and features sportier suspension too.
ST-Line models alsomfeature the sportier suspension too but can’t be paired with the 197bhp engine, instead you can pair them with an Ecoboost 155 which can do 0-60mph in around 9 seconds.
The standard engines are the Ecoboost 125 and 155 petrol engines, they output 123bhp and 153bhp respectively. They still feel lively and even the lower powered 125 Ecoboost models can you get from 0-60mph in a fraction under 10 seconds whilst delivering good economy figures.
All Puma models get an 8-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto/Apple CarPlay for smartphone mirroring. If you skip the entry-level model, you’ll also get integrated navigation, go for one of the top-grade models and you also get a premium B&O sound system.
Inside quality is pretty good in the Puma, there are plenty of soft touch finishes and as you move up the Ford Puma trim-level range, you’ll get some additional luxuries and nice touches like faux carbon inserts and part of full leather interior.
If you are looking for a compact SUV that is the most fun to drive, the Puma could be up your street, it also combines drivability with a great all-round package.
Compare Ford Puma models and deals here.
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