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Hyundai Coupe SIII - save £6,035! £11,995.00

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Just seen the VW Golf deal and it made me think of this. Don't recall seeing a post for it, so apologies if there was. Under the scrappage scheme, Hyundai are offering the Coupe SIII for £11,995 OTR (… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Just seen the VW Golf deal and it made me think of this. Don't recall seeing a post for it, so apologies if there was. Under the scrappage scheme, Hyundai are offering the Coupe SIII for £11,995 OTR (on the road price), saving £6,035 from the original £18,030 OTR. Not a bad set of wheels for 12 grand! Also, comes with the 5-year Hyundai warranty.
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#1
I think that is a great deal and a great price! I passed one the other night and it did catch my eye. I think it looks good...Obviously there is the old, buy used, buy new argument, but as the scrappage scheme goes, this is sweet!
:thumbsup:
#2
Note go to link is a 2.9mb pdf file (for those on dial-up etc).
#3
my mate has the top of the range one of these and they are a bit naff. They look ok but the instruments, handles and switch gears are so cheap and cheerful. Totally lets it down.
#4
All these deals, I wish I had an older car!
#5
Its a sheep in wolfs clothing.
1 Like #6
BlackCloud;6545931
All these deals, I wish I had an older car!

That's the problem with these deals, if you have the money to buy one you're hardly going to be driving a crap car like my 1994 Skoda :whistling:. And because I drive a 1994 Skoda, I cannot afford this deal. Doesn't hurt to look and dream though :-D
#7
Spotted this deal in my Auto Express the other week, although not class leading but overall a very competent coupe so to be able to pick one of these up for a price of a super mini certainly makes you think!

Below is a review I found online:

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/carreviews/firstdrives/242125/hyundai_coupe_siii.html

MM
#8
anewman
That's the problem with these deals, if you have the money to buy one you're hardly going to be driving a crap car like my 1994 Skoda :whistling:. And because I drive a 1994 Skoda, I cannot afford this deal. Doesn't hurt to look and dream though :-D


well get someone to buy ur car for more then its worth but less then the scrappage and do scrappage for them and then transfer ownership of the new car to them :thumbsup:
#9
nightyard
well get someone to buy ur car for more then its worth but less then the scrappage and do scrappage for them and then transfer ownership of the new car to them :thumbsup:


Dont they have to own the car for at least 6 months to qualify for the offer?
#10
Bully
Dont they have to own the car for at least 6 months to qualify for the offer?


thats why u get someone who has a junker and owned it for a year to buy the car and u give them a higher price for their junker(obviously someone trustable)
#11
When I saw this offer from Hyundai, it was due to end on Sept 30th.
However, the Coupe is a discontinued model so they are trying to get rid of the rest of the stock.
Not a bad deal though - I was tempted back in August but resisted!
#12
ctdctd
When I saw this offer from Hyundai, it was due to end on Sept 30th.
However, the Coupe is a discontinued model so they are trying to get rid of the rest of the stock.
Not a bad deal though - I was tempted back in August but resisted!


was wondering why its hidden on the site although just says from £18000
#13
temped but dont think i will swap my beat up 1996 polo for this :D - good spot though sir
#14
To be fair, I just get ****** off that a) We are paying for this scrappage scheme through our taxes and b) for someone like me with a 56 reg car but looking for a new car the scrappage scheme does sod all!
#15
Or you could get the equally good looking, but equally dated (technically); MG TF 135 for £11,511 (including the scrappage discount).
Hmm; plasticky Korean car or plasticky Chinese (but probably British built) car.....Not sure which I'd go for.
#16
imnufc2k
To be fair, I just get ****** off that a) We are paying for this scrappage scheme through our taxes and b) for someone like me with a 56 reg car but looking for a new car the scrappage scheme does sod all!

It's costing you nothing! £1,000 comes from the manufacturer. The government's share (about £730 before taxes) is less than the total taxes collected, which would not have been paid if the car hadn't been bought. The UK scheme is nowhere near as generous as, for example, the one in Germany.
#17
Although its not the best car in the world, this is a very good deal.
#18
At the end of the day,they are selling for what it is worth. They arn't selling it at a loss. The depreciation will still be at the same rate. I just feel sorry for the people that have paid full whack plus a bit discount,there car is going to fall at the same rate as these discounted ones. Forget about a price on price comparison. I bought some SAAB convertibles the other mth. £11k of list but no point in posting as the car ain't going to hold it's value. In the end just wait 6mths and buy a used one. Let somebody else take the hit on the car.
#19
It's now an obsolete model (production finished some time ago in Korea). By all accounts it's a decent little coupe, not the best but nothing to be ashamed of. Won't impress the petrol heads but if you are your own person and like it - go for it! Great warranty too (though ask yourself if you have any idea who or where your local dealer is!).

At this price it's a genuine bargain, though check on residuals if you don't plan on keeping it forever as depreciation is by far the biggest cost of car ownership (unless it's an old one or you do a massive mileage).
#20
Besford
The government's share (about £730 before taxes) is less than the total taxes collected, which would not have been paid if the car hadn't been bought.


Good point.
Yet another government scheme which appears to be a generous good idea until closer inspection (a bit like PFI which makes it look like the government is spending millions on new schools & hospitals; where, in fact, they're spending virtually nothing)!
#21
pops_here
Good point.
Yet another government scheme which appears to be a generous good idea until closer inspection (a bit like PFI which makes it look like the government is spending millions on new schools & hospitals; where, in fact, they're spending virtually nothing)!


And adding a profit margin for a private third party too!

We'll all have a choice soon: a government which pretends to have socialist principles but doesn't, or one which makes no such claims and has a track record of fixing Labour's screw-ups.

Oh yes, cars. Haven't done much for our industry either have they?


PS: FOR GOODNESS' SAKE DON'T BUY A WHITE ONE LIKE THE PICTURE!
#22
Besford
It's costing you nothing! £1,000 comes from the manufacturer. The government's share (about £730 before taxes) is less than the total taxes collected, which would not have been paid if the car hadn't been bought. The UK scheme is nowhere near as generous as, for example, the one in Germany.


Ok, that is fair enough but at the same time this is just another boom or bust way of propping up the car economy that can't last forever, but in any case my second point was more important for me in the fact it doesn't help me anyway as I get no hand out from the government and will have to spend my £12,000 on a near 3 year old second hand car... :cry:
#23
imnufc2k
Ok, that is fair enough but at the same time this is just another boom or bust way of propping up the car economy that can't last forever, but in any case my second point was more important for me in the fact it doesn't help me anyway as I get no hand out from the government and will have to spend my £12,000 on a near 3 year old second hand car... :cry:

Very soon you'll have the chance to let Gordon (or should that be Peter) know what you think!
#24
Voted hot from me. A good deal if you're looking for an affordable coupe.
#25
Strange deal, take your 10 year old car probably with zero finance and set yourself up with £13k worth of debt.
#26
Besford;6548739
And adding a profit margin for a private third party too!

We'll all have a choice soon: a government which pretends to have socialist principles but doesn't, or one which makes no such claims and has a track record of fixing Labour's screw-ups.

Oh yes, cars. Haven't done much for our industry either have they?


Besford;6548824
Very soon you'll have the chance to let Gordon (or should that be Peter) know what you think!

I didn't know HUKD's was a political platform.
Whatever our views, let's not bring it in here, please.
#27
brownbox
At the end of the day,they are selling for what it is worth. They arn't selling it at a loss. The depreciation will still be at the same rate. I just feel sorry for the people that have paid full whack plus a bit discount,there car is going to fall at the same rate as these discounted ones. Forget about a price on price comparison. I bought some SAAB convertibles the other mth. £11k of list but no point in posting as the car ain't going to hold it's value. In the end just wait 6mths and buy a used one. Let somebody else take the hit on the car.


Since this is an end of line model, the depreciation is ofcourse going to be huge. But I don't see second hand ones suddenly dropping £6k ontop of the normal curve beccause of a limited offer.

I just got my mum a Golf with £4k off, looking at the second hand prices beforehand I was struggling to get year old mk 5's for that price.

You seem to be suggesting every comparable car will now have the start of its depreciation curve set to the price I paid. But that would only be the case if these deals represented a significant bulk of the market. Three years down the line IMO that certainly won't be the case.
#28
anglo
I didn't know HUKD's was a political platform.
Whatever our views, let's not bring it in here, please.


oh shut up does it hurt ne1 ??? answer is no cuz no1 else is moaning (well apart from you) :p
#29
anglo
I didn't know HUKD's was a political platform.
Whatever our views, let's not bring it in here, please.

I actually agree with you but in as much as this deal is linked to the scrappage scheme and others raised that as relevant to their taxes the link is kind of natural. There is a widespread misunderstanding of how the scheme is funded and I hope I may have redressed the balance a little.

I suppose it would be impolite to ask where you stand on this but I guess your politics and mine (and pops_here's) differ or you wouldn't have objected?
#30
Its cheap but I prefer the basic 1.6 tdi golf for the same sort of money.
#31
You have not mentioned that this Price is after a £2000 scrappage allowance, so the cars price is £14000.:? The Golf is a much better buy. The used value on a Golf wont drop like a lead ballon, but it might on this car.
#32
alexandercooper
You have not mentioned that this Price is after a £2000 scrappage allowance, so the cars price is £14000.:? The Golf is a much better buy. The used value on a Golf wont drop like a lead ballon, but it might on this car.


Do you really want to drive a car that doesn't even have alloy wheels and the best thing it can offer is air conditioning? Just because it's a Golf?

I am surprised by the comments in this thread, my understanding was that the Coupe is surprisingly reasonable. This model, I think, comes with heated leather seats, cruise, air con, sunroof, 17" alloys, ipod input.
#33
The emissions on this car are 193Kg (High) and only 35 MPG average. You can look forward to paying High Road Tax in the not to near Future and suffering more when Petrol continues to increase way beyond inflation. The Golf does 62 MPG and emissions are only 118Kg (Very Low) making it only £35 a Year Road Tax, Dropping to £20 a Year from April 2010! In 3-5 Years of ownership the Hyundia will have cost you Thousands more in extra Fuel & Road Tax with this deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/499845/volkswagen-golf-1-6-tdi-s-only-11-8
#34
So the questions is do you want a car with limited specification (just because of the badge) or a car with all the bells and whistles but from a lesser manufacturer.

What would your opinion be if it was the coupe wearing the VW badge?

There is no denying this is a great deal which should be judge on the figures not on the badge!

MM
#35
Mire Mare
So the questions is do you want a car with limited specification (just because of the badge) or a car with all the bells and whistles but from a lesser manufacturer.

What would your opinion be if it was the coupe wearing the VW badge?

There is no denying this is a great deal which should be judge on the figures not on the badge!

MM


Yeah, people seem to love VW despite the fact their cars are basically expensive versions of the equivalent ford, that drive worse, cost more, are less reliable but have a slightly nicer interior.

If buying new I'd be straight to the Honda dealer looking for a civic. More reliable, better looking, and cheaper.

But I wouldn't it is much more economical to get a year old focus or astra for thousands less.
#36
smashing looking car, have been trying to persuade my folks to get one for ages, but my mum isnt interested.

not very quick, but still well worth that price, as for vw.......

overpriced, over weighted and, in the case of the golf gti, completely lost their way from the spirit of the mark 1 imo.

had a brand new top of the line golf as a courtesy car when my car was getting repaired after an accident. hugely disappointed.

sadly they do not make the best coupe any more ;)
#37
Dont Hyundai cars depreciate in value by half , the second you step into that door.
#38
Hyundai - a brand now in rapid ascendency.
VW - arguably a brand in slow decline (though recently some recovery).

They haven't crossed over yet, but they probably will.
#39
kentc81
Dont Hyundai cars depreciate in value by half , the second you step into that door.


Off course it will be worth less the moment you drive it out the show room (all cars are) but the amount that you would have lost (at the original price) is now offset by the massive discount offered, meaning that depriciation on the coupe is probably on par with the golf (no pun intended)

I do hope that makes sense.

MM
#40
Mire Mare
So the questions is do you want a car with limited specification (just because of the badge) or a car with all the bells and whistles but from a lesser manufacturer.

What would your opinion be if it was the coupe wearing the VW badge?

There is no denying this is a great deal which should be judge on the figures not on the badge!

MM


When you buy Heinz Beans, you dont get the same ingredients as the value beans. So if you stuck a Heinz label on the value beans they would not be the same!:p

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