Old New Hyundai Santa Fe Premium
Want a new, old, Hyundai Santa Fe Premium 2.2 CRDi?
Want a new, old, Hyundai Santa Fe Premium 2.2 CRDi? If so, now is the last chance to check-out its manufacturer's personal contract purchase plan. Why? Because it has been replaced with a new version that is pushing its predecessor out the showroom. Terms include the £8,640.75 deposit of which Hyundai contributes £2,000. This is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £319. Throughout this period old, new, car lovers have an annual mileage allowance of 10,000. Excesses are charged at 14.9 pence per-mile. At the end of the term there are three options: One, pay the £7,862.50 purchase payment to own the car outright. This totals £27,987.25 including £2,232.25 interest. Option two is to return it and walk away. There should be nothing else to pay subject to mileage/condition. Option three is to part exchange for another vehicle, perhaps the new Hyundai Santa Fe Premium.A new, old, Hyundai Santa Fe Premium 2.2 CRDi is still a capable car. Why? Because it saves fuel by sending power to the front wheels only in normal conditions, but switches to four-wheel-drive when the roads become slippery. It can be locked in 4x4 mode too. As such, the Santa Fe feels secure over tarmac and capable off-road, although not as composed as the new model. Furthermore, this five-seater is propelled to 62mph in a fair 9.5 seconds by its 194bhp diesel engine. This averages 41mpg which is fine considering its age and class. This complements the duel-zone climate control, eighteen-inch alloys, leather seats, and electrically folding door mirrors. Not bad for an old vehicle. Or is it new?