Best Car Deals in UAE


All offers featured below may be subject to Terms & Conditions and unless otherwise mentioned the prices featured are in AED. Check with the respective dealer for details of the offer. (Brands featured are in alphabetical order.)

To help choose the best deal that suits you, read the quick guide to choosing the Best Deal.



(Al Nabooda)


5 year extended warranty unlimited mileage

5 year/105,000 km service and maintenance

3 year 24-hour roadside assistance

1-year complimentary insurance


(Ali & Sons Motors, Abu Dhabi)

Open Haus 2016

255,000 kms free service plan

6 year unlimited mileage extended warranty

1 year insurance

Monthly instalment from AED 2,950

Till 30 April

Sounds like a deal!



Ownership package for 2 years

AED 9,999 per months onwards

Service & Maintenance


20% down payment & 12,000 per year

Guaranteed minimum future value




4 years 0% interest rate

Free 1-year insurance

5 years or 105,000 km service and maintenance

5 years roadside assistance

5 years warranty

Sounds like a deal!



2016 Tahoe

From AED 1,699 per month

7 years or 150,000 km free service

7 years/unlimited mileage warranty

Sounds like a deal!



Focus Ecoboost

0 down payment

3 years/60,000 km service & maintenance

4 months deferred payment

5 years/100,000 km manufacturer’s warranty

24 hour roadside assistance


Ford Ranger from AED 69,000

5 years/100,000 km warranty

24 hour roadside assistance


From AED 36,950

3 years/60,000 km service & maintenance

5 years/100,000 km manufacturer’s warranty + roadside assistance



2016 Terrain

AED 1023 onwards

2016 Acadia

AED 1525 pm onwards

2016 Yukon

AED 2120 pm onwards


3 year/60,000 km free service

5 year / unlimited mileage warranty

1 year insurance

Free registration




Accord AED 7000 discount

AED 79,900

ACCORD COUPE AED 7,000 discount

AED 89,900

CITY AED 49,900

CIVIC AED 10,000 discount

AED 59,900

CR-V AED 10,000 discount

AED 79,900

PILOT AED 10,000 discount

AED 119,900




AED 38,900 onwards


AED 67,900 onwards


AED 59,900 onwards

Santa Fe

AED 67,900 onwards

Warranty: 4 years unlimited OR 5 years 100,000



Value Trade-In Week

All car makes accepted

Available in Infiniti Centres in Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah

Till 24 April


Free 1 year insurance

Free service for 2 years

5 years extended warranty



Jaguar XF

From AED 2399 per month including:

5 years service and maintenance

5 years warranty



(Western Motors)

Grand Cherokee AED 119,900

Includes 5 year/100,000 km warranty

Jeep Wrangler AED 99,000 onwards

Includes 5 year/100,000 km warranty

3 year/60,000 km service


Updated KIA

(Price slashed up to AED 12,000)

Cadenza Now AED 69,900 (Was AED 79,900)

Sorento AED 77,900 (Was 89,900)

Optima AED 62,900 (Was AED 71,900)

Picanto AED 32,900 (Was AED 37,900)

Rio AED 39,900 (Was AED 45,900)

Cerato AED 44,900 (Was AED 52,900)

Warranty: 5 years/150,000 km



Discovery Sport from AED 169000 including:

2 years interest free finance

5 years service and maintenance

5 years warranty



0% Finance for 5 years

2 years complimentary service

5 years unlimited mileage warranty

Sounds like a deal!

IS Turbo

From AED 139,000


2016 Lincoln MKX

From AED 175,000

3 years/60,000km device & maintenance

5 years/100,000km warranty and road side assistance

Lincoln MKC Lease from AED 2999

Zero down payment

1 to 4 years flexibility

No registration or insurance cost

Complimentary courtesy vehicle

No service and maintenance cost




0% interest over 5 years

Complimentary 3M tinting OR 20% contribution towards down payment by Gargash Enterprises

AMG styling package

2 year manufacturer warranty and 1 year dealer warranty



Free insurance

Free 5 years/100,000 km warranty

Free service up to 30,000 km

Complimentary 3M tinting


0% Interest

Starting from AED 89,900/AED 1,240 per month

Lancer EX

0% Down payment

Starting from AED 39,900/AED 765 per month

Montero Sport

Starting from AED 84,900/AED 1,302 per month


Starting from AED 74,000/AED 1,135 per month


Starting from AED 49,900/AED 782 per month


Starting from AED 37,900/AED 581 per month



6 years/200,000 km manufacturer warranty

0% Down payment option

Free Gold Voucher worth up to AED 2500

Gift Hamper



0% Down payment available

Guaranteed prepaid cards worth up to AED 100,000 on most models

Pathfinder from AED 109,500

With upgraded benefits

Tiida from AED 49,500

With upgraded benefits

With upgraded benefits

Tiida from AED 49,500

With upgraded benefits

X-Trail from AED 79,500

With upgraded benefits

+2 years/30,000 km service

Sunny from AED 42,000

Altima from AED 66,000

Sentra from AED 52,500

5 years unlimited mileage warranty


From AED 59,500


From AED 99,500




AED 38,100 onwards


AED 42,200 onwards


AED 60,900 onwards


AED 73,000 onwards


AED 81,890 onwards


AED 77,920 onwards




AED 489 per month


AED 389 per month


AED 539 per month


5 years / 1 million km warranty

5 years / 100,000 km service

3 years resale value assurance

1 year insurance




Price offer from AED 95,000 only

2 years /40,000 km service

Roadside assistance

5 years / 100,000 km warranty

Trade in facility

Sounds like a deal!




AED 349 per month

2015 Corolla

AED 299 per month


AED 679 per month


AED 499 per month

Note: If you are wondering how the monthly instalment is so low,

this is something like a lease with a two-year buy back option.

Fortuner 2015 model originally costing AED 103,000 is available for AED 80,000!

Sounds like a deal!

Read the quick guide to choosing the Best Deal.

54 Responses to Best Car Deals in UAE

  1. AMIT says:

    I was looking to buy SUV in Dubai.
    My budget is Max 70k
    Please suggest

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Within that price range, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Renault Duster and Captiva are a good place to start. If you are not in a hurry, why not wait to try the upcoming Mazda CX-3. Or during Ramadan offers, chances are the Suzuki Vitara could fall in that bracket, too. Have fun test driving, Amit!

  2. nithin says:

    I am waiting for the launch of redesigned Nissan murano and mazda cx9 in uae. when do you think these will get launched in uae?

  3. Elie Farhat says:

    Hello do you have any idea what will the Ramadan offers be ? i was considering on buying the GMC terrain , what do you suggest ?

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      0% interest offers. 5 year warranty and service. Free Insurance. Cash discounts.. Let’s see how the promotion rivalry works out to the buyer’s advantage this time! I have a feeling there could be some good pre-Ramadan offers as well. Watch this space for highlights! Addressing your second query, the last time I drove an Opel Antara (same car), I was impressed. The new look Terrain impresses even more. A full drive review will be posted as soon as it is available. And all the best :-)

  4. Akilesh NS says:

    Hello sudeep.
    I am planing to buy hyundai tucson 2.4 AWD full option. What is your review about this car.

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      The new Tucson is a huge improvement on the earlier edition. The 2.0L in the earlier version was a flat drive but the later Santa Fe I reviewed was rather impressive. The choice of the 2.4L engine is the way to go. Akilesh, I will post a detailed review soon. In the meanwhile, happy testing the Tucson, the Xtrail and the RAV4. And don’t forget the all-new spaceship from Kia! :-)

  5. Stef N says:

    I have a budget of 1500 aed a month…what SUV’s could I get for that?

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi Stephanie, let me assume that you are planning for 5 year payment @1500pm and have set aside another 20K for down payment. Which means we are looking at options costing around 100,000 (because you’ll be paying some interest too). That should point you to the Nissan X-Trail, Toyota RAV4, or the likes of the new Hyundai Tucson. Upsize your budget a little and you could also look at the all-new Toyota Fortuner or the Volkswagen Tiguan base trim – considering there are offers all around. Define your need, and your preference Stef and check back anytime! :-) [Reviews of most of these cars are available on]

  6. Jigz says:


    Buying my first car. Can you recommend me a non-hatchback automatic car which can fit a monthly mortgage of AED 1000 to 1200 for 4 years; 0% downpayment?

    criteria in order of importance:

    1. safety and reliability
    2. ease of maintenance and low maintenance cost
    3. comfort
    4. resale value


    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi, The 20% down payment is mandatory these days but some showrooms do help you with clever payment plans. That said, at a 1200 per month instalment limit, there are some obvious options answering your priority criteria. Go with the Toyota Yaris sedan or Nissan Sunny, or why not go for a European option, the Peugeot 301. I won’t comment on the new Kia and Hyundai in that segment as they are pending reviews. If you will opt for a 5 year plan, you’ll have access to stalwarts like Nissan Sentra and Toyota Corolla, as well as the Ford Fiesta. By the way, see if the MG350 or 550 (AW Rostamani Trading) have good deals inclusive of service. Those cars could surprise you!

  7. Fizaan says:

    Hi Sudeep, very informative data.

    My budget is around 1800Aed as monthly instalments for a period of 5 years. Down payment of 20,000aed. I am looking at either an SUV or an entry level german luxury sedan (size and power dont matter if this category). Is it possible to aim for the same at this budget?

    Thanks in advance

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi Fizaan,

      You have a good budget that allows you to look at vehicles around AED 115,000. For the German sedan part, let’s start with an entry level Volkswagen CC or an Opel Insignia. I would prefer those to a BMW 316i. (unless you are taking that crazy offer at Sharaf DG (UAE) – LG TV + 3-series for 90K or so!) If you aren’t particular about German, this is a good time to check out the Peugeot 508 – you’ll get a full option executive sedan at that price. As for SUVs, the trio to try would be Hyundai Santa Fe, Mazda CX-5 and a 2015 Ford Explorer. Besides stalwarts like X-trail or RAV 4 if you will.

      • Fizaan says:

        Thank you so much for your reply. What are your views on the Audi a3 top of the line or basic audi a4?

        • Sudeep Koshy says:

          Test the A3 by all means; after all it was the ‘world car of the year’ at launch. The A4 is one of the noteworthy launches so far in 2016 though the starting price is 145,000. The drive is much smoother, the rear room and boot space is ample and one of the nicest cabins that money can buy. The 252 hp Quaatro is way sportier and powerful in handling than the 190 hp version though! (Check back in a week for a full review +video.)

  8. Doni says:

    Hello Sudeep,

    I would appreciate your advice on choosing the best car for my budget as I am struggling for a while now. I have been choosing a sedan to upgrade for my wife for about a month now, which would be safe, comfortable, fun to drive and powerful at the same time. I have come up with the Mazda 6, Honda Accord and Toyota Avalon (my budget is no more than 150K). While I like Mazda 6 for being fun to drive and being made in Japan, I read reviews that it can be noisy in highways and the interior is not as nice as in Accord in Avalon. Accord seems to be a perfect choice, but the fact that they are built in China now really questions the quality side, aside from the fact that they say the cabin is not very quite either. Avalon seems a great car, comfy, luxury like interior, best reliability, but for 157K option they didn’t even put a blind spot monitor and lane departure warning, which is ridiculous of them I think.

  9. savio says:

    Hi Sudeep, any recommendation for a pre owned Mercedes or any other SUV within the range of AED 150-170.

    Can you also recommend any new suv.

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi Savio, You need to define your usage further. The available options are too many; try a mix of elimination and choice. For around AED 160K, you should be able to get a two-year old ML or a three-year old X5. As for new, you could try the Volvo XC60, an Audi Q3, Infiniti FX or why not the new Discovery Sport? Go on a mission of discovery :-)

      • savio says:

        Thanks for your suggestions. I did some research and test drove a new Jeep Grand cherokee 2015. Im still to make up my mind on a limited variant v6 for 150K or a feature loaded pre owned summit v8 for 175k from the dealer. My only concern is the resale value say after 2 years. I drive around 60 km per day will fuel consumption on the v8 be more.


        • savio says:

          Hi Sudeep,

          I have finally narrowed down my decision to go ahead with either pre owned 2015 Mercedes ML 350 or New Jeep Grand limited.

          Please suggest which one would be worth the investment in terms of fuel / ride and resale value.

          Also should I consider the 2016 infiniti QX 60.

  10. Sahal K says:

    Hey Sudeep,

    I am looking for an SUV with my maximum budget around AED 240,000.
    Which ones do you recommend?

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hey there, it’s a little tough to operate on that one liner :-) but the price surely helps. First, define your ‘space’ both inside the cabin and outside, how far out there you would really take your new SUV. Anyway, some test drives you shouldn’t miss are: new Volvo XC90 (full option is 300K but try the mid level), GL400, Audi Q5 and Volkswagen Touareg (you can go top-specs on both) as well as a sporty Infiniti QX70 or Ford Explorer. Going the whole hog, you can go full option Jeep Grand Cherokee or the 2016 Land Cruiser is all-new too. Read the review Happy hunting Sahal!

      • Sahal K says:

        Thanks a lot for that.
        I am looking at something that provides more luxury options than Sport.
        About size, a 5 seater would just be fine.

        What do you think of the Porsche Cayenne?

  11. Danish says:

    Hi Sundeep,
    Is this right at moment to buy Fortuner old shape? Most likely resale will be down with introduction of new shape.

    Thx n regards

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi Ali, The new Fortuner is an even more capable car; so may be you would want to go for that once you test drive it. But yes, if they have stocks, the old shape should logically offer a good deal. The resale won’t be down yet, as the new model has just been introduced. Plus, I don’t expect the Fortuner to suffer much in that department. (By the way, it’s Sudeep) :-)

  12. abbas says:

    Helloo Sudeep,

    I am driving a Nissan Altima 2009 model and want to upgrade my car. I do not take car on interest so is the 2016 Mitsubishi Pajero 3.5L for 111K on 0% interest for 4 years a good offer?

    Or should I wait for ramadan offers?
    Will it give more 0% interest offers of Nissan Xtrail or Patfinders?

    Is there any other crossover or SUV currently on 0% interest which I am missing?

    Awaiting your reply.

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi Abbas, 0% interest deals are always good to save around 10 to 12000 dirhams on a 4 year deal. Please check with the dealer what the original price of the said model was so as to determine how much you are actually saving. See if you are getting Extended Warranty as well. Ramadan offers will be at least as good even if they aren’t better. Yes, we may expect more 0% offers but no clue who will offer what! :-)

    • mohsin khan says:

      Dear Abbas,

      Please also let me know if you find any such deals with other dealers.
      I understand that you dont want to go for interest due to religious reasons and I have the same approach.
      I would appreciate if you let me know about it if you find any such information which can help me refrain from interest based deals.
      My email is


  13. Aofs says:

    Hi Sudeep,

    I am looking for advice on buying a new SUV with 4WD. I want a reliable offroad 4×4.The two options I had in mind were JEEP GC or Ford Explorer. Being a 7 seater the FE seems quite big . My budget will be between 1500 to 2000 monthly repayments. Someone also suggested Toyota Fortuner. Whats your advice on buying any of the above cars either new or pre-owned? I definately want it under warranty with a service package so obviously 2015 or 2014 models are also an option.
    Do buy new or not? What would you advise? Any information on car specs would also help.
    Was just introduced to this website and it’s really informative…Thank you ☺

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi, if your off-road usage is moderate and you want comfort too, they are good options. While, both have a multi-terrain option switch, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has a slight advantage of ground clearance. For both, the full option might be beyond this budget. You could get a 2014 or 15 model but then this is a great time to secure good deals on new purchases, along with the peace of mind of warranty. Yes, the new Fortuner is quite capable and will fall right within your budget. If the off-road usage is heavy, check out the FJ or the Xterra as well.

  14. Sam says:

    Hi Sudeep, am new to Dubai – test drove x3, q5, qx70, Touareg, GLC – 2016 models. budget around 210k. X3 is out (expensive) – q5 cramped back legroom. Touareg SEL decent ride but felt just too heavy and not fun to drive. GLC250 is ok but felt outside noise was more than what merc quality should have (again not much fun) – left with QX70 n it’s nice. Great power, neat ride!

    You think it’s good time to get qx70?..price being offered with option 180k at Infiniti seems expensive for such old model car? But compared to competition feels worth it (maybe). Do you think With Ramadan coming likely will have better deal?.. Also the car has been out for sometime now including the same FX it previously was so wondering if it’s better to buy a different make/model.

    Just want to get your thought. In addition I saw exactly similar spec new qx70 with dealers for only 150k price range ( with only 100km run). Why the big difference between Infiniti and the auto dealers? – safe to get one from a auto dealer?

    Any suggestion/thoughts provided is much appreciated. Cheers!

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hi Sam, thanks for your one line reviews. Noted :-) You don’t seem the cold-feet kind, so why spare the Volvo XC60 test? Go ahead and let me know too. The QX 70 looks great and is a smart sporty SUV. And given that the just launched QX50 and 60 are not a far cry from current design, that part needn’t be a worry. And getting a special trim always keeps it desirable.

      When you say auto dealers, I believe you are talking about used car dealers as against authorised dealers (of new cars). Double check the new car price against WHAT PACKAGE COMES WITH IT. Warranty, service, Insurance etc. And in any case, a pre-owned car could drop from 180k to almost 160k even if it is done only 100km. So no surprise there! Check if the ‘just-used’ car comes with warranty/service package backed up by the authorised dealer. That should distance any concerns. All the best.

  15. ed says:

    HI. I just got my Driving License 6 months ago and confused on weather I will go for a used car vs a new one. My wife and I havea 2 year old kid but I am looking for a budget wise car which can provide comfort and safety as well. My two options were Toyota Avanza vs Hyundai Creta because they fall around 50kaed. My wifeand I are both 5’10 and I guess it is something to consider. Honestly I have no idea about cars, my first time to buy if ever. I appreciate your help and the web site. God Bless

  16. S says:

    Hi, this was a very useful article. I will be soon moving to Dubai and was given a transportation allowance of 2250 by the company … however, i don’t mind adding adding 750 out of pocket to take my budget to 3000. what is the best 7 seater SUV that I can buy in that range? It will be mostly for city driving, and frequent trips from Dubai to Abu Dhabi …. I like the Tahoe deal going on for 1,699 per month, does that require a down payment ? can you provide any details on that Tahoe offer? How much would insurance be for Tahoe per year?

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hey S, In that budget, you can consider very comfortable and Popular 7-seaters like the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Ford Explorer and the new Infiniti QX60. Unless otherwise specified, most deals these days assume a down payment. The insurance ballpark for Tahoe should be around 4000 in the first year. With service and warranty covering 7 years, even I am impressed with the deal. For accurate details, check with the dealer/agent. All the best!

  17. Ahamed says:

    Economic in fuel consumption (upto 2ltr engine only – daily 200kms travel!!),
    Reliable brand,
    SUV or above,
    Fairly good looking,
    0% interest deal,
    Which car would u suggest?

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Among SUVs, Toyota RAV 4, Nissan Xtrail are good for your kind of use; they are rather fuel-efficient while the new Hyundai Tucson could be counted in, too. You may want to check out the VW Tiguan and new Honda CR-V. The good thing about service intervals of 15K is that you will need routine service once in 3 months while the others, every two months. On that note, why don’t you try the Volkswagen Passat for service interval & comfort, and the Toyota Prius for fuel economy too? As for 0% deals, keep checking back.

  18. Chris Besse says:

    Dear Sudeep,

    Thanks for the offer summary. Really helpful. Could you recommend some sedans / hatchbacks based on the following details?

    1. I’m male, single, in my early 30s, just got my UAE license a month ago, currently renting a Yaris. Might start a family in 2 years.
    2. My budget is 70-100k. My main usage is 20mins per way per day driving to work. No SUVs because… I’m single. My driving skill is limited, though I try to be careful all the time.
    3. I value: 1) Safety, 2) Comfort, 3) Ease to drive (easy to park) and maintain (good mechanics), 4) Resale value (might change to SUV later for family). Last things I need: 1) Good look, 2) Brutal acceleration. Ok, I’m indeed a boring person…
    4. I tried Volvo V40. It really fits. However, it is above my budget and relatively small. If I need a family car later, selling it seems problematic as it is not that popular.

    Thanks and have a nice day!

    • Sudeep Koshy says:

      Hey Chris, Let me start by congratulating you on delivering a perfect brief. With your kind of drive, you’ll need to service the car, only once in 10 months! Many of the cars I have suggested below come with blind spot alerts and parking guidance cameras. So your driving/parking worries will be sorted.
      You may want to drive the Mazda 3 hatch, Nissan Sentra, Ford Focus, new Hyundai Elantra and the ‘classic’ VW Golf. You could even keep them even after you forego your single status. They are good looking, too, if you don’t mind! By the way, SUVs are not only for family safety, but for those with the great outdoors in mind! :-)

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