All prices and finance packages correct at time of going to press, but do check with your local dealer for the latest up-to-date information.
Alfa is offering a deposit contribution of €2,350 for the Giulia saloon, or €2,250 for the Stelvio SUV, with 5.9 per cent finance and monthly repayments starting from €590. Valid till June 30th. There's also €1,500 deposit contribution for the last of the Giulietta hatchbacks, with monthly repayments starting from €340.
Audi is in the midst of a model-year changeover at the moment and has not issued any specific 212-plate offers, but it does have 2.9 per cent APR interest finance packages available on selected models, and currently has an offer of a new Q2 crossover for €289 per month, an A6 saloon for €519 per month, or the all-electric e-Tron SUV for €609 per month.
BMW Ireland currently has finance packages with interest as low as 1.9 per cent APR. You can have a new 1 Series with monthly repayments of €228 per month; a 2 Series for €275 per month; a 3 Series from €443 per month (that's on a higher 3.9 per cent finance plan); a plug-in hybrid 3 Series from €450 per month; a 5 Series from €515 per month; a plug-in hybrid 5 Series from €599 per month; a 4 Series Coupe for €532 per month; the all-electric i3 from €456 per month; the big X5 SUV from 747 per month, or the plug-in hybrid X5 for €595 per month; an X1 from €364 per month or an X1 PHEV from €433 per month; and an X3 from €498 per month, or in PHEV form from €526 per month.
Citroen has not yet announced any 212 offers, but will do so before the end of June. We will update this list when it does.
SEAT's high performance and electric brand can put you in a 212-plate Formentor crossover for €359 per month, on 2.9 per cent PCP finance, with a €1,000 discount voucher downloadable from the Cupra website. Or you could have a Cupra Leon for €449 per month, a Cupra Leon Sportstourer estate for €459 per month, or a Cupra Ateca SUV for €709 per month, with the same interest and discount. All cars come with a complimentary Cupra Care pack, which includes a three-year manufacturer service plan, complimentary Cupra courtesy car, complimentary collection & delivery, and a complimentary clean and wash.
Dacia has just launched the new Sandero and Sandero Stepway and is offering them for 212 for as little as €39 per week (that's €169 a month) on 4.9 per cent finance. A Sandero Stepway will cost you €212 per month on the same finance package, or you could have a Duster for €169 per month with zero deposit.
The French luxury brand is making a fresh assault on the Irish market, and will shortly be opening its first, exclusive, 'retail store.' The DS 3 Crossback and DS7 Crossback will both be on sale in July, with the DS 7 being available as a plug-in hybrid, and the DS 3 has a fully electric option. The large DS 9 executive saloon will be launched in the Autumn as a plug-in hybrid or plain old petrol model, and towards the end of the year, we'll get the new DS 4 Crossback luxury crossover in petrol, diesel, and plug-in hybrid forms.
Up to the 30th of June, you could have a new Fiat 500 mild-hybrid in Lounge spec, for €45 per week, with a €1,300 deposit contribution (that's €195 per month). Alternatively, you could have the same car on 'low deposit' finance for €281 per month, for only a €692 deposit. All of that is on 5.9 per cent finance, either PCP or HP.
Ford Ireland is offering 0 per cent finance on ST-Line X and Vignale versions of the Puma crossover and Kuga SUV, and is also offering as much as €3,150 off the price of some models. All cars come with a seven-year warranty and seven-year roadside assistance, and for models where you can't have 0 per cent finance, there's 4.9 per cent finance available.
Honda Ireland has a special offer for the run-out version of the HR-V small crossover. You can choose from three offers, in fact; either a 3.9 per cent APR finance package, or a 'beach-ready staycation' pack, worth €1,250 and including a 400-litre roof box, a roof rack, a boot liner with dividers, front and rear rubber floor mats, a tablet holder, a seat-back utility bag, and a first aid kit; or you can have a three-year 'peace of mind' package, which includes a year's motor tax, plus a 'Platinum' service plan, which comes with the usual three-year warranty and roadside assistance.
Hyundai Ireland is has multi-level offers for 212, which means you can have either a 3.9 per cent interest finance package, or five years' free servicing (which runs alongside Hyundai's usual five-year manufacturer's warranty and five-years' AA roadside assistance), or you can have an 'Eco Upgrade.' The Eco Upgrade includes a trade-in bonus of as much as €5,000 (depending on what you're buying and what you're trading-in), and 0 per cent finance on Kona Electric and Ioniq Electric models. You can also defer payments for the first three months on any new Hyundai finance package.
Jaguar Ireland has a 3.9 per cent interest finance offer running across the E-Pace crossover, XE and XF saloons (and the XF estate), and the newly updatd F-Pace SUV. There's also a 'spread the cost' 0 per cent finance offer, which allows you to repay the price of any Jaguar model, over four months, with no interest. There are also personal leasing offers, including one for a the XF Sl for €887 per month; one for the F-Pace for €930 per month; and one for the I-Pace for €1,207 per month; for up to 60 months, which include motor tax, servicing, replacement vehicle, roadside assistance, and replacements for tyres, exhausts, and batteries.
Jeep Ireland is offering a deposit contribution for the Renegade, worth up to €1,300, along with 5.9 per cent interest finance, and monthly repayments starting from €325.
Kia Ireland has a 0 per cent Hire Purchase finance offer available for the Sportage, e-Niro, e-Soul, Xceed, Stonic, and Ceed. For all other models, there's a choice of 3.9 per cent interest PCP or HP deals, with repayments starting as low as €164 per month for a Picanto. If you're trading in an old Kia for a new one, there's also a €500 'loyalty bonus.' Selected electric and plug-in hybrid models come with a free home charging wallbox.
Land Rover Ireland has the same 3.9 per cent interest PCP finance as Jaguar, available for the Discovery Sport and the Range Rover Evoque, as well as the same 'spread-the-cost' four month 0 per cent interest payment option on the entire range. There are also personal leasing offers, including one for a Defender S 3.0-litre diesel for €902 per month for up to 60 months, which include motor tax, servicing, replacement vehicle, roadside assistance, and replacements for tyres, exhausts, and batteries.
Lexus Ireland has a 3.9 per cent APR finance package for the UX 250h, UX 300e electric crossover, the NX SUV, and the ES saloon, as well as a hybrid trade up allowance of between €2,000 to €4,000 depending on the model.
Mazda Ireland is offering 4.9 per cent APR finance across its range, with monthly repayments starting from as little as €189 per month for the Mazda2 supermini. You can have the new electric MX-30 crossover on a 5.9 per cent APR plan, with repayments starting from €305, and that also comes with a complimentary home charging wallbox plus installation. To make summer road trips as easy as possible Mazda is also offering a 20 per cent discount on over 100 products including roof boxes, detachable tow bars, bicycle racks, cool boxes, first aid kits and much more.
Mercedes Ireland isn't running any specific 212 limited-time offers, but has an existing Star Finance package with 3.9 per cent APR on a PCP plan, and repayments starting from €341 for an A-Class hatchback. Mercedes is also gearing up to launch a glut of new models for the 212 registration period, including the headline double-act of the new S-Class and all-electric EQS, an updated CLS four-door coupe, and the new S580 S-Class Maybach model. Then there's an updated AMG GT Four-Door Coupe, and the all-important, all-new C-Class,
Newly returned to Ireland, MG is offering the ZS electric crossover for as little as €65 per week on a 1.9 per cent interest PCP finance package. For a limited time, that car also comes with a free home charging wallbox. The larger MG HS plug-in hybrid SUV can be had for €77 per week on a 3.9 per cent interest PCP plan, again with the free home charging wallbox, which also comes with the MG5 EV electric estate car, which can be had for €69 per week on the 3.9 per cent PCP.
MINI Ireland has the all-electric MINI Cooper S E available for €346 per month on a 3.9 per cent interest PCP finance package, or you could have the petrol-engined Cooper in three-door hatchback form in either Sport or Exclusive trim packages,for €232 per month, on the same finance package, with a €500 deposit contribution. The five-door hatch costs €240 per month on the same package. The larger Countryman crossover comes with a deposit contribution of €1,000 on a 2.9 per cent interest PCP finance plan, with repayments starting from €294 per month for the Sport or Exclusive models. If you want the Countryman S E plug-in hybrid, that's €313 per month on a 3.9 per cent interest package with a €500 deposit contribution. Finally, you can get the MINI Clubman estate, in Sport or Exclusive trim, with a €1,000 deposit contribution, 2.9 per cent interest, and €277 monthly repayments.
Nissan Ireland has two 0 per cent finance offers - one for the Leaf electric car on either Hire Purchase or PCP, which also comes with a free home charging wallbox, and with a year's free servicing; or you can have the Micra on a 0 per cent Hire Purchase plan, with monthly repayments starting from €261. For the rest of the Nissan range, there's a 3.9 per cent interest PCP plan, with monthly repayments starting from €208 for a Micra, or €318 for the all-new Qashqai. Or there's Nissan's 'Subscribe & Drive' offer, which puts you into a new car for as little as €384 per month with no deposit.
Opel Ireland has a 2.9 per cent interest PCP offer in place across the range, with monthly repayments starting from €179 for a Corsa, €260 for an electric Corsa-e, €234 for the updated Astra, €259 for a Combo Life MPV, €220 for the new Mokka, €315 for the new electric Mokka-e, €300 for the Insignia, €285 for the Grandland X, €399 fpr the Grandland PHEV, €215 for the Crossland small crossover, or €561 for the Zafira Life MPV.
Peugeot Ireland is offering buyers finance packages with either 3.9 per cent or 4.9 per cent APR interest, with repayments starting from €195 per month for the 208 hatchback. There is also a 'scrappage' (really a trade-in bonus) of as much as €4,000 depending on what you're buying and what you're trading-in. There are also special offers for multi-year servicing plans.
Renault Ireland has a 0 per cent finance offer available for the all-electric Zoe hatchback, with repayments of €386 over three years, or you can take a four-year deal with €389 per month, plus a €1,000 'Green Bonus' and a complimentary home charging wallbox. There's also a €1,000 'Green Bonus' for those buying hybrid or plug-in hybrid versions of the Megane, Clio, or Captur, or 'Casback' deals ranging from €1,000 to €1,500 across the regular versions of the Clio, Megane, Captur, and Kadjar, all available on 3.9 per cent finance, with the option of three months' deferred payments.
SEAT Ireland has the Ibiza hatchback available on a 0 per cent APR finance package, with repayments from €179 per month, and a downloadable €1,000 discount voucher (which is available for all models). The Leon can be had on 2.9 per cent finance, for €239 per month, while the Leon e-Hybrid plug-in hybrid is on 3.9 per cent finance, at €289 per month. The Arona crossover gets 0 per cent finance, for €189 per month, as does the Ateca SUV for €259 per month. Finally the Tarraco large SUV gets 2.9 per cent finance, and €359 monthly payments. All cars in the Seat range can also be bought with a three-year inclusive service plan for €9.99 per month.
Skoda Ireland is offering both the Fabia and the Scala hatchbacks on a 0 per cent interest finance package, with repayments from €169 per month for the Fabia, or €219 per month for the Scala. The Kamiq and Karoq crossovers are also on 0 per cent finance, with repayments from €199 (Kamiq) or €259 (Karoq). The Octavia and Superb are available on 2.9 per cent finance packages, with monthly repayments from €239 for the Octavia, or €329 for the Superb. Or there's the big Kodiaq on a 3.9 per cent plan, with repayments from €399. Finally, there's the hugely-anticipated all-electric Enyaq iV SUV on a 4.9 per cent interest finance package, with monthly repayments from €359. All of those offers include three-years' inclusive servicing.
Suzuki Ireland has the Swift hatchback on offer, with 0 per cent finance, either HP or PCP, with monthly repayments starting from €205. The Ignis, Vitara, and S-Cross are all available on the same plans, with repayments starting from €197 for the Ignis; €265 for the Vitara; or €278 for the S-Cross.
Toyota Ireland is offering finance contributions and low interest rate finance across its range. You can have a new Yaris Hybrid Style for €145 per month on a 2.9 per cent finance package; an Aygo for €146 per month, on 4.9 per cent finance, with a €500 deposit contribution; a RAV4 for €284 per month, on 4.9 per cent, with a €1,500 deposit contribution; the non-hybrid Yaris for €160 per month, on 4.9 per cent, with a trade-in booster of €750; the Prius for €250 per month on 4.9 per cent, with a trade-in boost of €2,000 or a deposit contribution of €2,000); the Corolla Touring Sports (that's the estate) for €200 per month on 3.9 per cent, with a finance contribution or trade-in boost of €1,000; a Corolla hatchback for €190 per month on 3.9 per cent with a finance contribution or trade-in boost of €1,000; a Corolla Saloon for €194 per month on the same plan; or a Camry for €271 per month, on 4.9 per cent finance, with a finance contribution of €3,000, or a trade-in booster of €1,500.
Volkswagen Ireland has a whole swathe of 0 per cent finance offers, including on the Golf (€239 per month); the Tiguan (€289 per month); the electric ID.3 (€259 per month); the Passat (€359 per month); the Polo (€219 per month); the T-Roc (€229 per month); the T-Cross (€199 per month); the and the Arteon (€439 per month). In fact, the only offers where VW is charging interest is on the ID.4 electric SUV (3.9 per cent APR on a PCP package, €359 per month); the Touareg (4.9 per cent, €889 per month); and the Golf GTE Plugin-Hybrid (4.9 per cent, €479 per month). Inclusive service plans cost between €12.99 and €18.99 per month.
Volvo Ireland's 212 offers include a 0 per cent finance package for the XC40 crossover, in Inscription or R-Design trims, and a driver's assistance pack (including lane keeping and active cruise control) for €999. Or there's the XC60 SUV on 2.9 per cent finance, with a 'Lounge Pack' (including four-zone climate and a Harmon-Kardon sound system) for €1,299. Finally, there's the big XC90 on 2.9 per cent finance, with a Lounge Pack that includes a panoramic roof, four-zone climate, the Harmon-Kardon sound system, and a 360-degree camera system, for €1,299.