posted 6 years ago

New Hyundai i20 Finance

The Hyundai i20 1.2 Classic is cheaper than an expired cinema ticket.

The Hyundai i20 1.2 Classic is cheaper than an expired cinema ticket. This capable supermini could, therefore, be taking you to see the latest films from only £119 per-month. This thirty-six month personal contract purchase plan requires a £1,805.50 deposit too. At the end of the contract either return the vehicle, or pay the £3,400 purchase payment to own it outright. The plan's total interest charge is £1,044.50, making a balance of £9,739.50. Motorists also have an annual mileage allowance of 10,000, with excesses charged at 14.9p per-mile. That money would be better spent on a few DVDs, preferably not chick-flicks. The final factor is colour. Buyers have a choice of one only - “Electric Red”.

The Hyundai i20 1.2 Classic has strengths beyond its film knowledge. Most notable is the five year warranty that virtually guarantees peace of mind. This complements the easy handling characteristics, comfortable cabin, and the spacious 295-litre boot. Oh, and cargo capacity can be increased to 1,060-litres by folding the rear seats flat. This three-door supermini produces 77bhp too, reaches 62mph in 12.9 seconds, and averages 55.4mpg. These figures are respectable, but hardly class leading. The same might be said for the equipment specification. Whereas the i20 Classic has: air-con, an electronic stability programme, and USB port – motorists still adjust their mirrors manually and there is no alarm. Overall, though, the i20 is a sensible choice for the price. What movie shall we see?