Want a Hyundai i30 Tourer Classic 1.6 Manual more than astronauts want oxygen?
Want a Hyundai i30 Tourer Classic 1.6 Manual more than astronauts want oxygen? If so, check-out its manufacturer's personal contract purchase plan. Terms include the £5,243 deposit, of which Hyundai contributes £1,000. This is followed by thirty-six monthly instalments of £219. Throughout this period space fans only have an annual mileage allowance of 10,000 - so best avoid too many trips to Mars. At the end of the term there are three options: One, pay the £4,823.75 purchase payment to own the i30 Tourer outright. This totals £17,950.75, including £1,655.75 interest. Option two is to return it like a broken spacesuit. There should be nothing further to pay subject to mileage and condition. Option three is to part exchange the i30 for a brand new vehicle. The Starship Enterprise, perhaps.The Hyundai i30 Tourer 1.6 Classic Manual is a capable choice for space fans. Why? Because it handles nicely, has a comfortable ride, and striking modern looks. This complements the spacious 528-litre boot which has plenty of room for Neil Armstrong memorabilia. Cargo capacity, in fact, can be increased to a very impressive 1,642-litres by folding the rear seats flat. This creates room for Buzz Aldrin books too. Furthermore, this entry-level i30 Tourer knocks-out 118bhp which propels it to 62mph in 11.2 seconds. Hardly fast... but adequate. It is not the Space Shuttle Atlantis, after all. The i30 also averages a fair 42.8mpg which is a figure NASA can only dream of. Standard toys include: Bluetooth with voice recognition, LED running lights, front fogs, a USB connection, electronic stability programme, and electric windows. Can you get that lot on the International Space Station?