The Hyundai i10 1.2 Classic is cheaper than a penny chew.
The Hyundai i10 1.2 Classic is cheaper than a penny chew. This city car could, therefore, be taking you to the sweet shop for only £99 per-month. This thirty-six payment personal contract purchase plan also requires sweet lovers to pay a £1,559.75 deposit. At the end of the term either return the car, or pay the £2,720 purchase payment to own it. The plan's total interest charge is £848.75, making a balance of £7,843.75. Motorists also have an annual mileage allowance of 10,000, with excesses charged at 14.9p per-mile. That could be better spent on liquorish. The final factor is colour. Buyers have a choice of one, the Electric Red. That will get you noticed, as will the ton of sweets bulging from the glove box.The Hyundai i10 1.2 Classic has numerous virtues to tempt sweet lovers to break open their piggy banks. Unlike many competitors it has five-doors, for starters, plus a respectable 225-litre boot. Plenty of room for Jelly Babies, then. Cargo capacity can be increased to 910-litres by folding the rear seats flat, making space for fudge too. The i10 Classic also produces 85bhp, hits 62mph in 12.2 seconds, and averages 61.4mpg. These figures are pleasing, but not as pleasing as a fizzy coke sweet. This i10 is nicely equipped for the price too. As such air-con, the eco-drive indicator, electric windows, and USB connection are standard. And, of course, it is backed-up by a five-year warranty. How tasty.