The online car brokers said it was ‘reinforcing that it’s a buyer’s market in the run up to the new 56-plate'.
It is offering 170bhp diesel versions of the Volkswagen Golf and Passat with a £2,000 saving.
The Toyota Aygo has list price savings of 9%, while discounts of nearly £2,000 are available on the diesel Lexus IS220.
Discounts of over £2,500 are now available on BMWs, while drivers can save more than £1,500 off a new Mazda MX5 (and receive a free hard top into the bargain).
“In our 10 years of selling cars, we can now offer discounts on new models quicker than ever simply because car sales in the market generally have been faltering,” said Richard Sanders, managing director of Drivethedeal.com.
“Imagine buying a convertible in the middle of summer and receiving a discount that is greater than was available last winter,” he added.