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Hyundai ix35 Style 1.6 GDi 2WD 0% Finance

Hyundai ix35 Style 1.6 GDi 2WD Review

The Hyundai ix35 Style 1.6 GDi 2WD is better value for money than half-price double-glazing. Why? Because of its manufacturer's 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan. Terms include the £8,951 deposit which is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £239. The total cost is therefore £17,555 which includes delivery, the registration fee, number plates and a tax disc. At the end of the contract the motorist owns the vehicle outright. The Hyundai ix35 Style 1.6 GDi 2WD is also available via a Personal Contract Purchase Plan. Payments include the £5,088 deposit of which the manufacturer contributes £1,250. There are then thirty-six monthly instalments of £229. At the end of the term the motorist can - if he/she chooses - pay the £6,162.50 final payment to own the vehicle outright. This totals £19,494.50 including £1,939.50 interest (representative 6.9%). Option two is to return it. With this scenario there is nothing further to pay assuming the car is in reasonable condition and within the 10,000 mile annual allowance. Option three is to part exchange via a new Personal Contract Purchase Plan. Pleasingly, if the ix35 Style 1.6 GDi is worth more than the final payment the difference goes towards the newer car's deposit. Try getting a deal that generous from a double-glazing salesman.

Hyundai ix35 Style 1.6 GDi 2WD

The Hyundai ix35 has strengths that make it even more appealing than half-price double-glazing. But what? First and foremost, it is a crossover vehicle that incorporates elements from several classes. The ix35 Style 1.6 GDi 2WD therefore has the look (and image) of a four-wheel-drive mud-plunger thanks to its chunky lines and high roof. It is best suited to the road, though. Furthermore, it has the practicality of a medium-size estate thanks to its 591-litre cargo capacity that can be increased to 1,436-litres by folding the rear seats flat. As such it has plenty of room for double-glazing samples. The ix35 Style also has features from a luxury saloon (even though it is the entry-level trim). Highlights include: heated front/rear seats, parking sensors, Bluetooth, voice recognition, seventeen-inch alloys and the leather steering wheel. These complement the low running costs that match some family cars. So, it averages 41.5mpg and can be taxed for £175 per-year as its emissions are only 158g/km. The confident handling, comfortable ride and fair performance complete the package. What a nice thing to admire through double-glazing.