posted 2 years ago

Hyundai i10 Premium 0% APR Finance

Hyundai i10 1.0 Premium 0% Conditional Sale Plan

The Hyundai i10 Premium 0% Conditional Sale Plan makes the world feel brighter than the extreme end of a Dulux Colour Chart. Terms – that are bright enough to ensure the motorist needs sunglasses – include the £5,306 deposit that is followed by thirty-six payments of £139. This totals £10,310 after which the motorist owns the vehicle (paint/sunglasses not included). This recently launched city car is also available via a Personal Contract Plan – and that makes the world feel brighter too. Representative terms include the £2,631.68 deposit of which the manufacturer pays £250. This is followed by twenty-four monthly instalments of £109 which brings expenditure to £5,247.68. At the end of the term the motorist has three bright options. The first is to settle the £5,085 final payment to own the vehicle. This increases the outlay to £10,332.68 including £722.68 interest (5.9% representative APR). Option two is to return the car. With this scenario there is nothing to pay assuming it is in fair condition – in comparison to pre-defined standards – and has covered no more than 10,000 miles per-annum. Option three is to purchase, then part exchange via a new Personal Contract Plan. If this city car is then worth more than its final payment – perhaps because it has valuable paint in the boot – the difference contributes toward the replacement's deposit.

New Hyundai i10 1.0 SE Review

The i10 Premium makes the road feel brighter than 'Luminous Green Metallic' paint. As such it easily maintains its line through corners, there is minimal body roll unless provoked, the ride is comfortable and the steering provides a fair amount of feedback. Power comes courtesy of a 66bhp petrol engine that propels motorists to 62mph in 14.9 seconds. That is not fast, but it feels nippy enough at city speeds – and this is a city class vehicle. Furthermore, its modest power minimises running costs so this run-around averages a respectable 60.1mpg and emissions are 108g/km. The latter ensures it can be taxed for free in year one then £20 thereafter (current rates). This top-spec trim  has a noteworthy equipment specification too. Highlights include its: four electric windows, central locking, air conditioning, electronic stability program and curtain air bags. All this is wrapped with pleasing styling that looks modern/bright – particularly in the 'Polar White' paint that is standard with these finance offers. Is that on the Dulux Colour Chart?