Hyundai i30 Classic 1.4 5 Door - £8625 pre-reg @ DrivetheDeal 36.5% off RRP - HotUKDeals
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RRP is £13580

This car is pre-registered with delivery mileage only for delivery end July 2011. Available in Shine Red solid paint with Black cloth interior. We include balance of 12 months Road Tax as standard.

1.4 16V - 80BHP

0-60 - 11.6
Top speed - 116mph
Combined MPG - 46.3
Co2 - 142g/km

•Air conditioning
•Electronic Stability Programme (ESP)
•Electric front windows
•USB and Aux connections
•Remote central locking
•Follow-me-home headlight function
•Front fog lights
•Eco Drive Indicator (manual transmission only)
•Front, front side and full length curtain airbags
•Active front head restraints
•15'' steel wheels
•Trip computer
•Height and reach adjustable steering column
•Driver's seat height adjustment
•Body coloured mirrors

Not sure how many they have at this price but if you want to order one from them the price is £10426.50 which is still £3095 off RRP.

Special offers page:
http://www.drivethedeal.com/specialoffers2009.asp?vans=false
Deal:
https://www.drivethedeal.com/finance2008/Order.aspx?SpecialOffer=1&id=2499
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#1
Doesn't look like a bad deal... how long is the Hyundai warranty now, 5 years?
#2
morpheus
Doesn't look like a bad deal... how long is the Hyundai warranty now, 5 years?
http://www.hyundai-car.co.uk/owners/triple5/

Hyundai's unique 5 YEAR TRIPLE CARE Service, a package providing complete motoring peace of mind is offered on the i10 2011 Model Year, i30 hatchback and estate, ix20 and ix35 models.

This combination of benefits gives owners of the vehicles above:

•Hyundai's 5 Year unlimited mileage warranty - already a clear demonstration of our commitment to quality and customer care.
•5 Year Roadside Assistance - comprehensive Roadside, At Home and Onward Travel cover for a full 5 Years.
•5 Years of annual Vehicle Healthchecks - a complimentary annual check, helping you to keep on top of the basics of your car's maintenance.


Edited By: jrw on Jun 18, 2011 16:55
#3
Whilst I can't afford one of these, that's a cracking deal jrw and thanks for sharing.
#4
Not being funny but how do you navigate to this page from their home page. I cannot see a link.
#5
3.1415926
Not being funny but how do you navigate to this page from their home page. I cannot see a link.

Special Offers and it is in the list there.
#6
#7
#8
It's got 4 wheels and keeps the rain off so I suppose it's a car
#9
Thats an extremely good price for an i30.

Hot.
1 Like #10
I suppose the only downside is that for the size of the car, 1.4 might be underpowered for motorway driving...
1 Like #11
morpheus
I suppose the only downside is that for the size of the car, 1.4 might be underpowered for motorway driving...


I do 500 miles a week in an i10 ! This would be like driving a Ferrari to me X)
1 Like #12
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.
13 Likes #13
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.


This model of car actually comes with a Korean and a half eaten Cocker Spaniel fitted as standard - bargain !
#14
jrw
3.1415926
Not being funny but how do you navigate to this page from their home page. I cannot see a link.


Special Offers and it is in the list there.


Cheers. Missed that as it comes at my PC screen cut off !

Thought there might be another page with information I was missing.
1 Like #15
morpheus
I suppose the only downside is that for the size of the car, 1.4 might be underpowered for motorway driving...
i was doing 70 on the motorway the other day got overtaken by a getz lol

Edited By: seanjames on Jun 18, 2011 18:10
#16
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.
how original
2 Likes #17
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.

Thought i had hit the Greenpeace website then for a second!

FWIW it HASN'T got ANYTHING to do with HUKD. :p
9 Likes #18
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.


or the frog killers in France, fox hunters in Britain, everything hunters in US, intensive piggeries in Holland. take your point but are the Koreans any worse than the rest of the world.

Looks like an old Astra

Edited By: Flombard on Jun 18, 2011 18:13
2 Likes #19
Flombard
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.

or the frog killers in France, fox hunters in Britain, everything hunters in US, intensive piggeries in Holland. take your point but are the Koreans any worse than the rest of the world.

Looks like an old Astra

Now that carefreeblue has vented his anger, shall we concentrate on the really good deal? If we started applying our high ground moral principles to tiny little facts we know about the ways of the world, we are going to end up pretty skewed in our lives.

I drive the diesel version of i30 and it is lovely. Excellent mileage and very good drive. I'll leave the techie bits to the techies.
4 Likes #20
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.


Get a grip.
2 Likes #21
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.


Well, better not buy a Japanese or German car then, cos they
were a bit naughty during World War 2.
#22
Had 1.6 from car hire and was very nice...
1 Like #23
Hmmmm dog pie.8)
#24
This is only 1 car , better snap it up quick .
#25
Mmmm, nice comfy black Labrador seat trim.

Heat OP

Edited By: Groaver on Jun 18, 2011 21:17: emphasis
1 Like #26
PJR
This is only 1 car , better snap it up quick .

Hardly a hot uk deal then which everyone can take advantage of.
I suspect the OP is self-promoting!
#27
Not a bad car overall. £130 yearly tax, nice and roomy and seems pretty good on fuel.

Find it a little surprising they only managed to get 80 bhp out of a 1.4? 1.0s can have 69bhp nowadays :) But should be manageable nevertheless and fine for the motorway limit.
1 Like #28
I have an i10 - and was pleasantly surprised that even Top Gear gave it a good rating.....and Clarkson often comments on how decent the new car they use for the "star in a reasonably priced car" to race round their track is - a Kia Ceed - part of Hyundai.

What ever you think of Top Gear, the presenters would never pass up the chance to slaughter a Korean car - but they little/have no ammunition here.

I would happily upgrade to an i20 / i30 as very pleased with my i10.

If nothing else, Hyundai have pushed the competition to improve - just look at all the extended warranties coming out with other makes now (and they give the 5 year warranty coz they really are that reliable - in my experience).
1 Like #29
jazzyb88
Not a bad car overall. £130 yearly tax, nice and roomy and seems pretty good on fuel.

Find it a little surprising they only managed to get 80 bhp out of a 1.4? 1.0s can have 69bhp nowadays :) But should be manageable nevertheless and fine for the motorway limit.


£130 yearly tax for an 80bhp car sounds less than idyllic
1 Like #30
The new Hyundai i40 looks really classy amongst the Mondeo / Passat / Insignia brigade .
#31
i prefer an i5 engine
#32
Just looked on Autotrader and you can get a year old i30 Classic, with around 20k on it for £6,200.

An extra c.£2,400 to say you had one new?
1 Like #33
enry level engine, car will struggle - even more with people in , but cheap
1 Like #34
carefreeblue
Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.

That has nothing to do with it, this deal is the dogs......... ;)
#35
pcm
PJR
This is only 1 car , better snap it up quick .


Hardly a hot uk deal then which everyone can take advantage of.
I suspect the OP is self-promoting!


self promoting? How do you work that out. Chances are they have more than one as deals like this the dealer Will place an order for multiple cars all the same, pre reg them to make their sales figures look good.

Also if you actually read the op, I have stated the new price if you can't get the pre reg price.
#36
komi
enry level engine, car will struggle - even more with people in , but cheap


Garbage comment
#37
I was taken by surprise that its list price is over £10k for a Hyundai, but still seem good
#38
I agree with you. Although it's not a thread abt this topic you stirred up my sentiments..
God May torture to any living being end. Make this world a better place.
Animals have right to live. Please before harming anyone think how you would feel if it was you.

[/b]quote=carefreeblue]Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.[/quote]
1 Like #39
piyuanju
I agree with you. Although it's not a thread abt this topic you stirred up my sentiments..
God May torture to any living being end. Make this world a better place.
Animals have right to live. Please before harming anyone think how you would feel if it was you.

[/b]quote=carefreeblue]Not keen on anything korean myself ever since I read the details of what the delighful people there do to dogs before they kill them for food..... and since there are many other options when buying a car it's easy to choose a different country of maker until they learn to at least kill their food humanely. If you think it's nothing to do with hukd then carry on supporting the animal torturers of korea.
[/quote]

In Korea, the chicken is a sacred animal, as is the Cow and the Sheep.

Anyway, great deal for this car.Long live Korea !!
#40
Just £339 more gets you a new unregistered one in a colour of your choice!
http://www.cars2buy.co.uk/new-cars/Hyundai/i30+Hatchback/
OK, the exterior styling may not be a head turner but I'd recommend you test drive one and you will be surprised at how close it is to the usual suspects, whilst saving yourself a fair amount of money. Add in the 5 yr, unlimited mileage warranty and I think you have found the best kept secret since Skoda. *waits for the jokes*
Why pay more for a name?
All IMHO

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