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Hyundai i10 Style 0% Interest Finance

Hyundai i10 Style 1.2 5dr Conditional Sale Plan

The Hyundai i10 Style 1.2 is better value than a two-for-one gold bar offer. How? Thanks to its manufacturer's 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan. Representative terms include the £4,951 deposit which totals about fifty percent of the list price. This is followed by thirty-six monthly instalments of £129 at 0% interest. As such the total cost of this city car is £9,595 which includes delivery, the first registration fee, number plates, and a twelve month tax disc. For this sum, the i10 Style has Electric Red paint rather than a metallic finish. Furthermore, the Conditional Sale Plan is only for those aged eighteen plus and guarantees and indemnities may be required. At the end of the term the motorist owns the vehicle outright with nothing further to pay. This run-around is also available via a low cost Personal Contract Purchase Plan. Payments include the £3,060.25 deposit (of which the manufacturer contributes £1,000), the forty-two instalments of £109, the £2,943.12 purchase figure and the 5.9% APR (representative). The total cost is £10,581.37. This plan also allows the customer to return the car rather than pay the purchase figure. However, unlike gold that lasts forever these offers are only available until September 30th 2013. The Style 1.2 can also be bought for a single payment of £9,595.

Hyundai i10 5dr Style 1.2 Review

The Hyundai i10 Style 1.2 has numerous strengths such as its impressive equipment specification. Highlights include the: heated front seats, air-conditioning, four electric windows, electric mirrors and the powered sunroof. These complement the 1.2-litre 85bhp petrol engine that propels gold lovers to 62mph in 12.2 seconds. That is more than respectable for the class – as is the fuel consumption. The i10 Style therefore averages 61.4 mpg, manages 68.9 mpg on the extra-urban cycle, and returns 50.4 mpg in town. As such its carbon emissions are only 108g/km which equates to road tax band B/£20 (from year two at today's rates). And that brings us to the driving experience. The i10 is easy to manoeuvre in town thanks to its light steering, tight turning circle, excellent visibility and decent handling. It is fairly refined on the motorway too. Furthermore, unlike some city cars it has five doors for easy rear access and a respectable boot. Cargo capacity, in fact, is 225-litres rising to 910-litres once the rear seats are flat. Plenty of room for gold bars, ey?