Good news ... the Hyundai i10 Classic 1.2 is fantastic value for money. As such it can
be bought outright for £8,345 or via a Personal Contract Plan. Terms for the latter
include the £1,559.75 deposit which is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £99.
At the end of the contract there are three options. One, settle the £2,720 Guaranteed
Future Value Payment to own the car. This totals £7,843.75 including £848.75 interest.
Option two is to return it. There should be nothing else to pay assuming it is in fair
condition and has not exceeded its 10,000 mile annual allowance. Option three is to
part exchange the vehicle courtesy of a new Personal Contract Plan. Here, any sum
above the Guaranteed Future Value contributes towards the newer vehicle's deposit.
More good news … the Hyundai i10 Classic has plenty of equipment considering its
low price. Highlights include: air-conditioning, electric front windows, a CD player, and
MP3 playback. This city car also has 85bhp, reaches 62mph in 12.2 seconds, and returns
61.4mpg. That is also good news.
Hyundai i10 Active 1.2 Finance Terms
Good news … the Hyundai i10 Active 1.2 is the Classic's better equipped sibling.
It therefore adds: fourteen-inch alloy wheels, remote central locking, electric rear
windows, powered wing mirrors, and front fog lights. All for £8,945. Good news ... this
mid-spec city car – which like every i10 has five doors and a fair 225-litre boot – is also
available via a Personal Contract Plan. Terms include the £1,640.25 deposit of which the
manufacturer contributes £250. This is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £109.
The Guaranteed Future Value Payment is £3,081.25 which totals £8,645.50 including
£950.50 interest. Reasonable sums for a car with composed handling, light steering, and
a comfortable ride. The Active is also available with four-speed auto transmission for
£9,745. However, this version is both slower and less fuel efficient than the manual so
it reaches 62mph in 13.8 seconds and averages 51.4mpg. Not bad news … but hardly
Hyundai i10 Style 1.2 Finance Terms
Good news … the Hyundai i10 Style 1.2 is the Active's top of the range brother. It
therefore has an: electric sunroof, heated front seats, leather steering wheel, leather
hand brake, and a rear spoiler which includes an integrated brake light. What a fantastic
specification for the class - and what a fantastic specification for £9,495. The Style is also
available via a Personal Contract Plan. Terms include the £2,924.75 deposit of which the
manufacturer pays £1,000. This is followed by thirty-six monthly instalments of £119.
The Guaranteed Future Value Payment is £3,315 which totals £10,523.75 including
£1,028.75 interest. Good news … every i10 comes with a seven year warranty. Here ends