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The best deals in the Arnold Clark Real Sale

From city cars to SUVs, our huge range of stock will help you find your dream car.

The Vauxhall Astra is available in the Real Sale

The Vauxhall Astra is available in the Real Sale

With savings on over 20,000 used cars, it’s the UK’s BIGGEST used car sale.

Yes, Arnold Clark's Real Sale is back – and with huge savings to be made, you don’t want to miss out.

No matter what you're looking for, we’ll help you find the perfect car for you.

Below, we take a look at just some of the best deals from this year's Real Sale. But that’s not all – remember to check out some of the other cars which are available for delivery right now.

Vauxhall Astra

From storage to speed, systems and safety, the Vauxhall Astra offers it all.

And while the Astra might be one of the most popular cars in the UK, it also remains one of the most economical hatchbacks on the market.

First released in the 1980s, we are now on to the eighth-generation Astra and it looks sharper than ever.

Inside, Vauxhall has decided to strip it back compared to its previous models – making its technology simple and intuitive to use.

The Vauxhall Astra is known for being a practical model. The vehicle’s dimensions mean that there’s lots of headroom throughout.

For boot-space, there's 422 litres on offer, one of the largest spaces in its vehicle class. This is larger than the 375 litres in the Ford Focus and 380 litres in the Volkswagen Golf. Fold the rear seats down to create 1,339 litres – enough for a large number of bags.

And what about safety? Well, crash safety experts, Euro NCAP, awarded the Astra a four-star safety rating. Receiving an adult safety score of 80% and a child safety score of 82%. There are also two ISOFIX points in the rear outer seats.

Mercedes-Benz EQC

As its first mainstream all-electric model, the arrival of the Mercedes-Benz EQC in 2019 marked a significant milestone for the German manufacturer.

It's a compact crossover, rivalling reputable competitors such as Audi’s e-tron, BMW’s iX, and the Tesla Model X.

The vehicle is only available with one powertrain, called the 400. It produces 408PS and includes all-wheel drive thanks to Mercedes’ 4MATIC system.

The AMG Line Premium gets 21-inch rims, a sunroof and a wireless phone charger. It also houses voice control, an augmented reality sat nav and a Burmester premium sound system.

The top-of-the-tree AMG Line Premium Plus gets memory seats, a 360-degree camera and a head-up display.

In terms of boot space, the EQC offers a respectable 500-litre capacity, which expands to 1,060 litres when the rear seats are folded.


MG is one of the market's fastest growing brands and that's mainly thanks to its affordable mid-sized SUV, the ZS model.

However, the HS model was launched in the UK in 2019 and it delivers a higher standard of luxury and sophistication than anything the brand has previously offered.

The mainstream engine is a 162PS, 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol unit that only drives through the front wheels. It's capable of 0-62mph in 9.6 seconds, reaching a top speed of 118mph.

This revised HS looks quite a bit sleeker than before, courtesy of revised bi-function LED headlights, a bolder grille design and a re-styled front bumper. At the rear, a new bumper design, revised dual exhaust outlets and LED taillights complete the styling update, alongside a smarter 18-inch diamond cut wheel design.

The 463-litre boot is a pretty good size, while the interior space is class-leading.

If you're looking for a mid-to-large-sized SUV, then this is definitely one that will fall under the 'value-for-money' category.

CUPRA Formentor

In 2018, Spanish maker SEAT announced that CUPRA would become a stand-alone brand.

And the Formentor was the first car developed exclusively by CUPRA, with the aim of delivering sophistication, innovation and a dynamic driving experience.

The Formentor sits a little lower than most other performance SUVs and crossovers – in terms of size, think of the Volvo XC40 or Audi Q3.

However, the design emphasis on the long bonnet, coupled with the lower height, gives the car a very dynamic appearance – and one that is completely distinctive.

Inside, there's lots of brushed, dark aluminium with copper accents and blue leather-trimmed front bucket seats. In the centre of the dash is a large 12-inch touchscreen infotainment screen that allows the usual access to navigation, info and media.

If you're in the market for efficiency in a performance SUV, then it's the 'e-HYBRID' Formentor you should be looking at.

There are a range of hybrid powertrains available. A full electric range of up to 34 miles allows for emission-free city driving, and it comes with an eight-year battery warranty, which also covers the battery for up to 100,000 miles.

Volkswagen T-Cross

SUVS are proving popular among drivers, and it's no surprise with the wide range on offer.

The Volkswagen T-Cross offers family-friendly practicality and has a crowd-pleasing 455-litre boot.

In 2019, Volkswagen introduced the T-Cross – a small SUV based on the ever-popular Polo – to the world.

Despite its small external form, the T-Cross is spacious inside, with plenty of room in the back seat and the boot.

The T-Cross enjoys the high-quality craftsmanship Volkswagen is famed for, with a subtle yet luxurious finish inside and out. In keeping with Volkswagen's modern line-up of cars, the T-Cross has a distinct style and sense of practicality.

The T-Cross returns between 43 and 54mpg depending on your engine choice, meaning the T-Cross remains an impressively economical car within its class

With impressive fuel economy, a tidy frame and a roomy interior, the T-Cross can comfortably handle the school run, the commute, or even take you further afield.

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