Thinking about ordering your new vehicle for delivery by the end of the year – or perhaps even further into the future?

We’ve put together lead times for some of the most popular manufacturers and models so that you’re aware of how long it may take between order and delivery.

Audi Logo

A3 Sportback – Q4 delivery

A4 Saloon – Q4 delivery

A6 Avant – Q4 delivery

Q5 – Q4 delivery

BMW Logo

2 Series Gran Coupe – 20 weeks

3 Series Touring Diesel – 22 weeks

3 Series Touring Petrol – 20 weeks

5 Series Saloon – 16 weeks

5 Series Saloon PHEV- 18 weeks

Citroen Logo

C1 – 3-6 weeks

Grand C4 SpaceTourer – 8 weeks

C5 Aircross Hybrid SUV – 12-16 weeks

Ford Logo

Fiesta – Q4 delivery

Focus – Q4 delivery

Kuga – Q4 delivery

Puma – Q4 delivery

Kia Logo

Sportage – Q4 delivery

Stinger – Q4 delivery

Stonic – Q4 delivery

Land Rover Logo

Defender – Q4 delivery

Discovery Sport – Q4 delivery

Range Rover Evoque – Q4 delivery


A Class – 12 weeks

C Class Estate – 16 weeks

E Class Cabriolet – 12-16 weeks

Nissan Logo

Leaf – 12-16 weeks

Micra – 12-16 weeks

Qashqai – 12-16 weeks

Volkswagen Logo, VW Logo

Golf Mk8 – 12-16 weeks

Touareg – 12-16 weeks

Volvo Logo

S60 – 12 weeks

XC60 – 12 weeks

XC90 – 12 weeks

These dates are correct as of todays date (29th June 2020) and lead times will change on a daily basis.




VW Arteon Shooting Brake

VW Arteon Shooting Brake

Volvo XC40 Recharge

Volvo XC40 Recharge

BMW 4 Series

BMW 4 Series Coupe

Audi RS Q5

Audi RS Q5

Hyundai Tucson N

Hyundai Tucson N

Alfa Romeo Tonale

Alfa Romeo Tonale

Toyota Yaris Cross

Toyota Yaris Cross
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