Hyundai 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan
Stop the press. Why? Because the Hyundai ix20 Style 1.4 is available via a 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan. Headline grabbing terms for the manufacturer’s representative example include the £7,726 deposit that represents about fifty percent of the list price. This is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £189. These make the total cost of this town car £14,530 including delivery, the registration fee, number plates and a twelve month tax disc. For that price, this family-focussed workhorse has creamy white paintwork that looks fantastic photographed for newspapers. But be warned. This 0% interest finance offer is only for motorists over eighteen and guarantees and indemnities may be required. At the end of the contract the driver owns the vehicle with nothing further to pay. This is in contrast to Personal Contract Purchase Plans that require motorists to return their cars or make large final payments to own them. However – unlike a newspaper that lasts forever in the national record – Hyundai's 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan is only available between October 1st 2013 and December 31st 2013.
New Hyundai ix20 Style 1.4 Review
Stop the press - the Hyundai ix20 Style 1.4 has strengths that make it more appealing than the world's best newspaper headline. First and foremost, this workhorse is very spacious considering it is the size of a supermini. It therefore has room for five people and a monstrous (for the class) 440-litre boot. Furthermore, cargo capacity can be increased to 1,486-litres by folding the rear seats flat. These figures are comparable to the Ford Focus Estate so there is plenty of room for old newspapers. And that brings us to the handling. The Hyundai ix20 Style 1.4 is easy to drive thanks to its confident chassis and reasonably weighted steering. These strengths complement the 1.4-litre 89bhp petrol engine that propels newspaper lovers to 62mph – and toward the nearest newsagent - in 12.9 seconds. Not fast, but fast enough for the class. It also averages 47.1mpg, manages 53.3mpg on the extra-urban cycle, and returns 39.2mpg in town. These figures are reasonable but far from staggering. On the plus side, the Style 1.4 is a high-spec trim so it has plenty of toys. Highlights include its: parking sensors, Bluetooth, air-conditioning, electronic stability program, panoramic roof, electric mirrors, CD player, and MP3 capability. All wrapped-up with the manufacturer five-year warranty. Here ends the story.