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Hyundai i20 for £5,995.00 OTR (via scrappage deal) with 5 year warranty.

£5995.00 @ Hyundai
Not to everyones taste but one of the best offers out there in my opinion. More info here: http://www.hyundai.co.uk/newCars/i20/ I20 Classic 15" steel wheels Active front headrestraints A… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Not to everyones taste but one of the best offers out there in my opinion.

More info here: http://www.hyundai.co.uk/newCars/i20/

I20 Classic

15" steel wheels
Active front headrestraints
Air conditioning
Auxiliary input
Driver's seat height adjustment
Electric front windows
Four speakers
Front passenger airbag switch off
Glove compartment with cooling function
Height & reach adjustable steering column
RDS Radio/CD player
Rear ISOfix child seat anchorage
Remote central locking
Six airbags
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#1
On the road price from £7095?

Yes sorry £8195!
#2
GAVINLEWISHUKD
On the road price from £7095?


Click my link and look at i20, jeesh.
#3


Thats for the i10 man a smaller car all together.
#4
It's okay but you need to make it explicit that this isn't a straightforward deal - it depends on you using the scrappage scheme which requires you to have a suitable vehicle to trade it, so it's not available to everyone.
#5
Can people please post decent cars if we are going to have these every day!!
#6
ms2005
Can people please post decent cars if we are going to have these every day!!


What's your idea of a decent car is not necessarily the same for everyone else.
#7
ms2005
Can people please post decent cars if we are going to have these every day!!


Pretty much any new car is decent, what you're looking for is for people to only post deals for cars that you like which unfortunately the technology to read your thoughts is in the early stages of development so you will have to manually sift through them for the car of your dreams :p
#8
kjbenja
What's your idea of a decent car is not necessarily the same for everyone else.


Got to agree with you here. The other day there was a deal with Land Rovers and people laughed because it was too dear for mere mortals. This is aimed at the cheap and cheerful end of the market, but isn't a bad car at all, just not everyones type of car.

I get the post kjbenja :thumbsup:
#9
kjbenja
Thats for the i10 man a smaller car all together.


sorry my bad
#10
kjbenja
Click my link and look at i20, jeesh.


I did use your link! It still says £7095.

It seems your avi is spot on!:roll:
#11
are we going to have every single car with a scrapage allowance on here. hardly a deal every company will give you 2k scrapage for an eligable car. they arent taking any money off the rrp so its not a deal
1 Like #12
ms2005
Can people please post decent cars if we are going to have these every day!!


it is a decent car i have an i10 and traded in an old car for it if i coulda get the i20 for that price trading in an old car id snap their arm off decent specs and 5year warranty


its a great deal if you have an old car to trade in but sadly limited to amount of people who can take up the offer

anyway ive given you some heat
#13
Some heat from me.

I for one, appreciate people posting scrappage deals at the lower end of the market as it's where we're aiming to finally move into the new car market.

Cheers,

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba[/COLOR]
#14
Managed to change the title I see. It's a scrappage deal. Not bad for the size of car.:thumbsup:
#15
ms2005
Can people please post decent cars if we are going to have these every day!!


Korean cars are improving at a fast rate. The coupe is well received and this model is What Car's Best Supermini buy. :thumbsup:
#16
surely the fact that you are running a 10yr old car for a yr to qualify - which has to have a value of well under £2k to make the deal make any sense at all, means that you are probably looking at the lower end of the market. So for all those bemoaning the fact that cars do not fit with their idea of cool, get real.

A better argument is that the deals are no better than can be found without scrappage from a broker or car supermarket, you pays your money you make your choice.
#17
Direct link to i20 (the picture in the original link is an i10).

http://www.hyundai.co.uk/newCars/i20/

Comes with AC and 5 year warranty as standard.
#18
scrappage has been scrapped for now i understand
banned#19
SLOAMAN;5286307
scrappage has been scrapped for now i understand

Got a source to backup this statement? :whistling:
#20
The scrappage scheme is the biggest load of BS anyway. How much would this car have cost you before the scheme without scrappage? Hint: it's not £2000 more.
banned#21
anewman;5286949
The scrappage scheme is the biggest load of BS anyway. How much would this car have cost you before the scheme without scrappage? Hint: it's not £2000 more.

but it is still cheaper than before so you're talking BS pal :whistling:
#22
the only problem i can foresee with the £2000 scrappage scheme is when people use it on cars like this.It should have been aimed more at the car companies in this country that are suffering ( and would help to keep jobs too)

its resale value is also lower than say a fiesta,corsa etc. So is this really a hot deal?
#23
csiman;5287165
but it is still cheaper than before so you're talking BS pal :whistling:

Yeah what, £100 cheaper?! Most cars scrapped under the scheme would fetch that or more very easily no hassle. £0 cheaper if you bothered haggling before the scheme - unfortunately the moronic crowds are now queuing up for these cars thinking they're getting a great deal, which they aren't, so now there's no haggling lee-way.

You're obviously brainwashed mate. They got you hook line and sinker. A word comes to mind, "sucker" :whistling:

Fair enough if you want to buy a new car now it's the only way to get the deal you would have before scrappage, but it's by no means a great deal. Wait till the scrappage scheme ends IMO.
#24
anewman


Fair enough if you want to buy a new car now it's the only way to get the deal you would have before scrappage, but it's by no means a great deal. Wait till the scrappage scheme ends IMO.


i agree. We got 24% off my wifes car before this scheme came into place.
banned#25
amancalledchip
the only problem i can foresee with the £2000 scrappage scheme is when people use it on cars like this.It should have been aimed more at the car companies in this country that are suffering ( and would help to keep jobs too)

its resale value is also lower than say a fiesta,corsa etc. So is this really a hot deal?


Got to say you are talking rot. This car is so much cheaper to purchase than some of the others you have quoted, they are not comparible. Pay £5995 for a decent spec. car with a 5 year warranty. Run the car for 5 years, and if you get a grand for it at the end of 5 years it has cost you £1000 a year in depreciation. My wife has had 2 Hyundai Getz and these cars do exactly what they are designed to do, and are extremely well engineered and bolted together. Both came with 5 year warranty and 3 years free servicing and 3 year full RAC cover. What more could you expect for the £5500 she paid for them. My wife made the mistake of changing over to a new Corsa, boy was that a big mistake. After buying new cars for over 30 years I would have to say that these small Hyundai's represent extremely good value.
banned#26
Zuulan
Korean cars are improving at a fast rate. The coupe is well received and this model is What Car's Best Supermini buy. :thumbsup:


Korean cars caught up some 10 years ago and have now pretty much taken over most other manufacturers in terms of build quality and reliability.
#27
SLOAMAN
scrappage has been scrapped for now i understand

By some car firms....not all,checkout any of todays papers:thumbsup:
#28
Test drove the Hyundai i20 during the weekend and was impressed with it. Light clutch and smooth gear change. Seating position was fully adjustable and suited my petite missus. Quite roomy and build quality is good and you get loads of kit for your money. Fine, not the last word in quality but it exceeded all my expectations for the price. In fact, I was so impressed, I went and bought one! Used the scrappage deal as my 15 year old Vauxhall is in its last legs. Got £2,700 off list price so not too bothered about depreciation from buying new. The scrappage scheme came just at the right time for me so no complaints here!

As for depreciation, according to CAP, the i20 will retain 47% (list price) after 3 years which is better than most cars in the same class.
banned#29
amdg;5330236
Test drove the Hyundai i20 during the weekend and was impressed with it. Light clutch and smooth gear change. Seating position was fully adjustable and suited my petite missus. Quite roomy and build quality is good and you get loads of kit for your money. Fine, not the last word in quality but it exceeded all my expectations for the price. In fact, I was so impressed, I went and bought one! Used the scrappage deal as my 15 year old Vauxhall is in its last legs. Got £2,700 off list price so not too bothered about depreciation from buying new. The scrappage scheme came just at the right time for me so no complaints here!

As for depreciation, according to CAP, the i20 will retain 47% (list price) after 3 years which is better than most cars in the same class.

what exactly did you pay to get it on the road with 6 months tax?

how long is delivery?

thanks
banned#30
#31
csiman
what exactly did you pay to get it on the road with 6 months tax?

how long is delivery?

thanks



Got the i20 Comfort trim with metallic paint for £7,100. This is on the road price. Delivery estimated for mid July but still waiting for a confirmation of delivery date.
banned#32
amdg;5332259
Got the i20 Comfort trim with metallic paint for £7,100. This is on the road price. Delivery estimated for mid July but still waiting for a confirmation of delivery date.

oh, I thought the scrappage deal brings it to £5995.

£1100 more sounds a lot for just different trim and metallic paint.

isnt there a 2 or 3 month deadline from car purchase to when the scrappage must be performed, else the govt wont pay? I think I read that this is how VW are getting out of putting the Fox in their scheme as they have a 3 month backlog.
#33
csiman
oh, I thought the scrappage deal brings it to £5995.

£1100 more sounds a lot for just different trim and metallic paint.

isnt there a 2 or 3 month deadline from car purchase to when the scrappage must be performed, else the govt wont pay? I think I read that this is how VW are getting out of putting the Fox in their scheme as they have a 3 month backlog.
banned#34
and your point is.................?
#35
csiman
oh, I thought the scrappage deal brings it to £5995.

£1100 more sounds a lot for just different trim and metallic paint.

isnt there a 2 or 3 month deadline from car purchase to when the scrappage must be performed, else the govt wont pay? I think I read that this is how VW are getting out of putting the Fox in their scheme as they have a 3 month backlog.




The original post for 5995 OTR was for a 3 door i20 in classic trim and solid paint (they only do red). I know £1,100 is a lot of money but for this much more, I'm getting a 5 door i20, metallic paint, and comfort trim which includes a load more stuff such as alloy wheels, electric rear windows, electrically heated & folding door mirrors, steering wheel audio controls, trip computer, 6 speaker etc. To me, it was worth paying this much extra for it :thumbsup:
banned#36
amdg;5337494
The original post for 5995 OTR was for a 3 door i20 in classic trim and solid paint (they only do red). I know £1,100 is a lot of money but for this much more, I'm getting a 5 door i20, metallic paint, and comfort trim which includes a load more stuff such as alloy wheels, electric rear windows, electrically heated & folding door mirrors, steering wheel audio controls, trip computer, 6 speaker etc. To me, it was worth paying this much extra for it :thumbsup:

Thanks for that. Does seem like a good deal then :thumbsup:
#37
csiman
Thanks for that. Does seem like a good deal then :thumbsup:


You can find more information about Hyundai's scrappage deal here
It has a whole list of other cars under the scrappage deal, not just the i20.
banned#38
amdg;5338369
You can find more information about Hyundai's scrappage deal here
It has a whole list of other cars under the scrappage deal, not just the i20.

thanks. I applied for a brochure on the i10 / i20 (twice now!). All i get sent is a brochure listing their prices :thinking:
1 Like #39
csiman
thanks. I applied for a brochure on the i10 / i20 (twice now!). All i get sent is a brochure listing their prices :thinking:


I didn't bother with hard copies. I downloaded their pdfs instead. Try these links:

i10
i20
banned#40
amdg;5338574
I didn't bother with hard copies. I downloaded their pdfs instead. Try these links:

i10
i20

cheers. I do like glossy mags though ;-)

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