November's rise in interest rates by the Bank of England appears to have done nothing to slow the increase in car finance debt, according to the latest results published by the Finance and Leasing Association (FLA).
Skoda has announced new PCP finance offers, scrappage and free fuel offers for selected models in its range for the first quarter of 2018.
Nissan has extended its part-exchange allowance offer on a number of models until early April, with cash and finance offers on the table.
Like many other manufacturer announcements this week, Hyundai is extending its scrappage allowance offer until the end of March 2018.
Dacia is continuing its scrappage offer on the Duster SUV, and also providing an allowance for Sandero models until the end of March.
Following on from Volkswagen's announcement that it will extend its scrappage allowance scheme until March 2018, sister brand Audi has made a similar extension to its programme.
Vauxhall has announced details of its January sale, with savings of up to 20% on selected new vehicles from Boxing Day until 15 January 2018.
Toyota has announced that it is extending its scrappage scheme offer until the end of January.
Volkswagen has announced that it will extend its scrappage part-exchange offer for any new orders taken on selected models until 2 April 2018.
This week's shock result of the Fiat Punto being given a zero-star Euro NCAP safety rating highlights how much safer new cars have become in recent years.
Car finance records for the first ten months of 2017 show that the sector is still on track for record lending this year despite falling new car sales.