Hyundai ix20 Active 1.4 0% APR Conditional Sale Plan
The Hyundai ix20 Active 0% Conditional Sale Plan is – like Captain Kirk's Starship Enterprise – out of this world. Terms include the £7,221 deposit which is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £179. The total cost, therefore, is £13,655 including delivery, a registration fee and number plates. That is less than a set of spark plugs for the Starship Enterprise. At the end of the contract the motorist owns the vehicle so continues to benefit from out of this world strengths. These include the spacious cabin and the very large (considering the vehicle's proportions) 440-litre boot. Furthermore, cargo capacity can be increased to 1,486-litres by folding the rear seats flat. Capacity, therefore, is similar to a small estate car or the hold of the Enterprise. The ix20 Active also has a pleasing equipment specification for a mid-spec trim. Highlights include the: reversing sensors, air-conditioning, electric windows, electronic stability program, remote central locking and Bluetooth. No sensors for finding alien spaceships, though. Furthermore, it is pleasant to drive thanks to its class-competitive handling and 89bhp petrol engine that propels it to 62mph in 12.9 seconds. The latter is hardly warp speed, but is sufficient. The ix20 also averages 47.1mpg which is more than respectable for the money. The Starship Enterprise, after all, burns gallons of fuel emerging from space dock.
Hyundai ix20 Active 1.4 Low Cost PCP
The Hyundai ix20 Active is available via a Personal Contract Plan too. Terms include the £3,778.37 deposit of which the manufacturer contributes £750. This precedes thirty-six monthly instalments of £189. The total is £10,582.37 which includes delivery, the registration fee and number plates (but no spare spark plugs for the Enterprise). At the end of the term the driver has three out of this world options. One, pay the £4,356.25 final payment to own the vehicle outright. This totals £14,938.62 including £1,273.62 interest (5.9% APR representative). Option two is to return it. With this scenario there is nothing further to pay assuming the vehicle is in reasonable condition for its age and within the 10,000 mile annual allowance. Mileage excesses is charged at 14.9 pence per-mile and excessive damage on a point by point basis. Best not get hit by the Enterprise's phasers, then. Option three is to purchase – via the optional final payment - then part exchange by starting a new Personal Contract Plan. Here, any value beyond the final payment contributes toward the replacement's deposit. How much is the Enterprise?