The Hyundai i20 Style 1.2 is the perfect companion for those that really, really, hate paying interest. Why? Because this five-door supermini is available via a 0% APR Conditional Sale Plan. Terms for the manufacturer's “representative example” include the £6,411 deposit which is roughly half the list price. This is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £169. That is modest. The total cost of this supermini – which has numerous class competitive strengths - is therefore £12,495 including delivery, the registration fee, number plates and a twelve month tax disc. Nothing to hate there. Furthermore, at the end of the term the motorist owns the car outright which is not the case with every finance offer. This town car is also backed by a five year manufacturer warranty for those that really, really, hate paying for repairs. Plus, a warranty of this length suggests it is built to last. Hurray. Hyundai's 0% APR Conditional Sale Plan is available to those over eighteen but guarantees and indemnities may be required. This zero interest finance plan is available between October 1st 2013 and December 31st 2013.
Hyundai i20 Style 1.2 Personal Contract Purchase Plan
Also, the Hyundai i20 Style 1.2 is perfect for those that really, really, love paying a small amount of interest. Why? Because it is available via a 5.9% Personal Contract Purchase Plan (representative). Terms include the £4,284.25 deposit of which the manufacturer contributes £1,000. This precedes thirty-six monthly payments of £149. At the end of the term there are three options. One, pay the £3,931.25 final payment to own the car outright. This totals £13,579.50 including £1,084.50 interest. The motorist then continues to benefit from the sure-footed handling, low running costs, pleasing looks and high equipment specification that includes the: reversing camera, parking sensors and rain-sensing windscreen wipers. What a fantastic specification for a low cost supermini. Option two is to return it. With this scenario there will be nothing further to pay assuming the car has not exceeded its 10,000 mile annual allowance and is in reasonable condition. As such, it is in the motorist's interest to treat the car properly. Mileage excess cost 14.9 pence per-mile and damage is charged according to severity. Option three is to part exchange via a new Personal Contract Purchase Plan. Here, any value above the final payment contributes toward the new car's deposit. What is not to love?