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On September 1st, the new 65 plate will be readily available on all new cars, so now is the time to make an order for your next new model if you want to be one of the first people on the road sporting the latest plate.
The new 65 plate also signifies a great time to buy a used car. Dealers who are looking to make room for new stock on the forecourt will reduce prices on existing models, meaning you can get a great deal on a used or nearly-new car, providing your do your homework.
If you’re thinking of purchasing a new 65 plate this September, why not take a look below at some of Trusted Dealers’ top picks of new cars for sale this coming month.
The latest Honda Jazz is available to buy from September and now comes with a roomier cabin and increased boot space of 354 litres, providing a total 897 litres with the seats down – impressive for a city car. Furthermore, Honda has redesigned the Jazz’s front suspension to improve the ride and refinement. A new 101bhp 1.3-litre i-VTEC petrol engine will also be available at launch, capable of returning an impressive 61.4mpg with CO2 emissions of 106g/km when connected with the CVT automatic transmission.
Mercedes-Benz has revamped its family A-Class hatchback for 2015, and from next week you’ll be able to benefit from an all-new model that’s even more stylish, offers revised engines, sports a new upgraded infotainment system and demonstrates better suspension. Competing with rivals such as the BMW 1-Series, the new A-Class will feature an optional adaptive damping system, in a bid to improve the outgoing model’s ride quality. Choose the upgraded 180 diesel engine to benefit from 80.7mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 89g/km.
Hyundai is set to replace its existing ix35 with the new Tucson available to buy in the UK this September. The new Tucson comes with two new petrol and three new diesel engines all meeting Euro 6 emissions standards. Choose from either a 1.6 petrol engine with 133bhp or 174bhp or a 1.7-litre or 2.0-litre diesel engine with 113bhp, 134bhp or 181bhp. Equipment is generous with the Tucson and basic models come with DAN radio, Bluetooth, 16-inch alloys and air con.
The new Jaguar XF on sale next month promises more technology and better fuel efficiency. The new XF weighs in as much as 190kg lighter than its predecessor which helps contribute to much-improved fuel economy and CO2 emissions figures. Jaguar has said that 83% of parts on the XF are new, and as well as its structure, the XF now adopts the XE’s suspension setup. The XF is slightly shorter than its main rival, the BMW 5-Series, but despite this, the company claims it offers a fraction more leg room. The boot is also a whopping 540 litres, equalling the best in the car’s class alongside the Mercedes-Benz E-Class
The new Peugeot 308 GTi will go on sale in the UK this September and has been released to compete with rivals such as the Seat Leon Cupra and the Ford Focus ST. The Peugeot 308 GTi will come as a 5-door model only with styling enhancements to include a black grille, additional spoilers and intakes, sill extenders, a gloss black diffuser and twin exhausts. The 308 GTi will come with just one engine, a 1.6 THP four-cylinder with 247bhp and 268bhp wiht peak torque remaining at 243lb ft whichever engine you choose. In addition, Peugeot claims CO2 emissions of 139g/km – a 20g/km improvement over the Focus ST.
The Ferrari 488 GTB turbocharged V8 supercar will replace the 458 Italia range later this September, so if you’ve got money to burn, you might want to check it out! Ferrari’s latest supercar will benefit from a turbocharged twin-turbo 3.9-litre engine capable of producing 660bhp at 8000rpm and 560lb ft torque at 3000rpm. The 488 GTB can achieve 0-62mph in just 3 seconds and has a top speed of 205mph. The car is not very economical, offering just 24.8mpg and a whopping 307g/km CO2 emissions, but if you can afford to buy this type of car, saving cash is probably the least of your worries!