Black Friday: Key workers and NHS staff can save up to £11,500 on brand new cars

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Black Friday deals from Motorfinity will see key workers who have helped during the coronavirus pandemic rewarded with discounts of up to £11,700. Drivers need to simply submit their enquiry online and then if it’s accepted, place an order with a manufacturer-approved supplier.

Prospective buyers can secure savings of £11,778 on a stunning Audi A4 Avant S Line model.

Available for just under £27,456 on Motorfinity, the Audi has previously been valued at close to the £40,000 mark.

Capable of 131mph and 53 miles per gallon (mpg), the model comes with Audi’s state-of-the-art virtual cockpit features and parking system plus.

Motorfinity have revealed that drivers can also save £3,765 on a brand new Volkswagen T-Roc Hatchback valued at around £25,000.

READ MORE: Black Friday car deals for 2020 revealed

Voice control is a standard feature with a 10-inch touchscreen display and satellite navigation system installed.

Parking sensors, dual-zone air condition and keyless car entry are also included across all new models.

The 1.5 TSI model is capable of up to 50mpg. Acceleration is measured at 8.2 seconds to reach 62mph while the car has a top speed of 143mph.  

Money can also be saved on a Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 Turbo SRi with drivers able to save almost £4,000 on a new model.

Finance options are available including Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) deals and low deposit schemes.

Part exchange services are also available for those who want to secure their new dream model without having to wait.

Daniel Briggs, Managing Director for Motorfinity said the firm understands the financial difficulties for many during the pandemic with the firm providing “much needed” transport for many on the frontline.  

He said: “We are not alone in saying that key workers should be supported much more.
“Having always understood the difficulties they are faced with financially, we want to do everything we can to provide much-needed access to transport, and to help fulfil a few dreams along the way.
“We have great relationships with all the brands we work with, and it’s through these partnerships that we’re able to provide this support to the many incredible people who have worked so tirelessly to keep the nation safe, not just this year, but always.”

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