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Hyundai i30 1.4 Classic 0% APR Finance

Hyundai i30 1.4 Classic 5dr 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan

Cheers! The Hyundai i30 Classic 0% APR Conditional Sale Plan ensures this family car is better value than half-price champagne. Representative terms – which unlike some finance offers guarantee ownership at the end of the contract - include the £7,801 deposit that is followed by thirty-six monthly instalments of £189. The total cost is £14,605 which includes the registration fee and plates. This five door hatchback is also available via a Personal Contract Plan. Nicely bottled payments include the £5,617.69 deposit of which the manufacturer pays £1,500. There are then thirty-six instalments of £179 to bring expenditure to £12,061.69. At the end of the term the motorist can - if he/she still finds this fizzy drink tasty - pay the £4,398.75 final payment to own it. The total then rises to £16,460.44 including £1,250.44 interest (representative 5.9% APR). Option two is to return the vehicle. With this scenario, there is nothing to pay assuming it is in reasonable condition and within its ten thousand mile annual allowance. Option three is to purchase, then part exchange via a new Personal Contract Plan. If at this point it is worth more than the final payment – perhaps because the boot is full of expensive champagne - any difference contributes toward the replacement car's deposit. So, cheers!

Hyundai i30 1.4 Classic 5dr Review

The Hyundai i30 1.4 Classic has strengths that make it tastier than a bottle of fine champagne. These include the confident cornering that ensure it feels secure even in challenging conditions. This sense of serenity is emphasised by the properly weighted steering, comfortable ride and slick six-speed manual transmission. Power comes from a 98bhp petrol engine that propels motorists to 62mph – and towards the nearest wine cellar - in 13.2 seconds. Not fast, but it feels more potent than this figure suggests. This power plant also averages 47.1mpg, returns 57.6mpg on the extra-urban cycle and hits 35.8mpg in town. Not bad figures for an entry-level petrol. The i30 is practical too. As such, it is spacious enough for four people to sit in comfort and cargo capacity is 378-litres. The latter rises to 1,316-litres when the rear seats are folded flat. Such figures eclipse key rivals. The i30 Classic also has a nice equipment specification. Highlights include its: Bluetooth, voice recognition, LED lights, air-con, electric windows, front fog lights, alarm, immobiliser and electronic stability program. Pass the champagne, will you?