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Hyundai i10 S (PreRegistered) - £6,950.00 at Rockar Hyundai

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Another good deal from my favourite car dealer - Rockar Hyundai. I've previously bought 2 cars from them, and was looking around for a deal for my daughter who is after a new car and came across th…
NeilHD Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago27 Comments
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Jefft
jamgin
Buy a bike and it'll be a lot cheaper and better for your health
Good idea just the job for the 40 mile trip each way to work and going on holiday with the family and luggage. I wish I had thought of that.

Get a little cycle trailer and you'll be fine
excellent car...not a special deal.
Good deal
Anonstarter
Hot! We have 2011 1.2 i10 Active and it's a marvelous little motor. It"s done nearly 44k miles traveling up and down the country and for its size it's a hoot to drive!
I have the 2009 1.2, never missed a beat, passed mot every time. .
Jefft
jamgin
Buy a bike and it'll be a lot cheaper and better for your health
Good idea just the job for the 40 mile trip each way to work and going on holiday with the family and luggage. I wish I had thought of that.

Cool glad hukd helped you,but you will struggle with the luggage though, so i would ignore the advice.
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Rockar Hyundai i10s 5 door £7,250.00 save £1745

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Hello I bought the i10 when it was on here last. Just received an email about the i10s for £7250. Great value car
brettleon1231 Avatar7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago25 Comments
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
sofiasar
I'd buy it if it was £6,000

Well make sure you vote out on the 23rd June! :)


​yea. iv heard you he to register too !
the cons won't send a card out like local elections rtc
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
Feel free to mention its pre registered
[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have full leather
If it did,would you order one?

One for each foot
Bought a pre reg one last week for the wife for £6,995 and got a great price for the old trade in.
She loves it, great little city car, must admit I quite like it myself.
Ours came with the blue start thing or whatever it's called, never seems to use any fuel, amazing!!!.
Feel free to mention its pre registered
[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have full leather
If it did,would you order one?
Bendown
Owned a i10 for the last six years from new, never missed a beat. Would recommend, mpg nowhere near what they say. Might be tempted if it was a diesel. Need something now that is better with fuel consumption.

I've got a little Picanto 1 for a run around.

MPG is all over the place!

Worst I've seen is a miserable 38MPG and the best, a completely mindblowing 82.44MPG!!!! :D
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Hyundai i20 Premium SE £3,640 off RRP £11,995.00 rockar

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Just received this in a newsletter from Rockar Hyundai, I bought an i10 from them on their last deal which has been great so far! Looks like it's a pre-registered car, I've done some research and
dannymonty Avatar7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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That is a lot for a car you could pick up for 7 grand last year (time machine not included)
fireman1
mrezaghabel
it's excellent car I bought
Oxford or Cambridge?


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mrezaghabel
it's excellent car I bought
Oxford or Cambridge?
it's excellent car I bought
12 g for a supermini is ridiculous
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Hyundai I10 from Rockar for £6,995.00

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Hyundai i10 S Blue Drive 5 door for £6995. Comes with 5 year warranty. I got the i30 deal from Rockar about 6 months ago and have been very pleased with the car.
lewis176 Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago107 Comments
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Has the SE version gone up since this thread began? It's £8350 now - I thought in was £7995. Rockar say it hasn't gone up, and that I must've been looking at the finance figures. Hmmm.
rickj
Jefft
rickj
Usual I'll informed car owners moaning about lack of air-conditioning on a 7k car.Air-conditioning eats fuel consumption,needs maintaining and regassing and very expensive parts if it packs in.And yes the cars in our household all have it fitted but rarely used.great value with warranty which is the objective of HUKD
I have never had to have a car with aircon regassed and would never ever buy a car without aircon.
Obviously don't know how to maintain a car.All air cons need regassing sooner or later as coolant becomes less effective over time..same principal as your fridge .If not serviced it will start to smell as well due to bacteria build up .Presume you have never had engine oil changed either.We are talking about a new 7k car with 5 years warranty so if aircon is a deal breaker you need to up budget.
Strangely enough I do know a lot about servicing cars and your presumption about me never changing engine oil is incorrect as well. Do you often spout garbage.
Problem is people are scared to use Aircon because they were told not to - "It lowers fuel economy".
What those people wern't told is by not using aircon, they are damaging the Aircon system.

Once upon a time it was true that Aircon had quite an effect on fuel economy. Nowadays, with low resistance bearings being commonplace on engine components - there is no reason not to leave the aircon on all the time. It keeps the system lubricated and active. If you dont use it, it will dry out the seals, causing the gas to escape.

I had a 2005 Ford focus that i rarely used the aircon on, come the summertime - i tried to use it, and it diddnt work. So i took it to be regassed, but while it was being tested, it blew out one of the seals so the aircon wouldnt work AT ALL.

The car i replaced it with i keep the aircon running all the time - it means the car steams up a lot less and the Aircon system has been working well over 5 years now.
GO2SPECSAVERS2013
to all the divvies moaning about air con costs and maintenance. If you use your air con regularly it never needs re-gassing, you keep the gasses stimulated by using it, its only when you don't use it the gas goes stale and needs re gassing, off set that cost against mpg loss and over a 2 or 3 year period the expense is about the same(mileage dependant) and you just leave it on when you want warm air as it conditions the air for you anyway and keeps the gas stimulated. good post but someone always whinges about the most negative and trivial of things. if you don't want air con - don't use it and then you don't need to re-gas it so it doesn't cost anything.

Not being funny but that's utter rubbish!

"its only when you don't use it the gas goes stale and needs re gassing" that's hilarious!

You know why cars air-con needs refilling? It's due to gas escaping, simple as that. Gas will always escape due to the o-rings and lip seals on the compressor being very slightly porous. When a small amount escapes the system becomes inefficient, and once a bit more escapes the pressure sensor then stops the compressor clutch kicking in (to prevent damage incase oil has also been lost).

Although it is true that running the system helps slow this leakage down as it causes the pag oil in the gas to be redistributed coating the insides of the system which minimises the porosity of the seals and helps prevent perishing of the rubber.

There is no such thing as "stimulted gas", running the system merely distributes lubricant.....

But ALL air conditioning systems need refilled eventually.
ifitsfreeitsmine

There's a difference between cool air and cold air

Good grief, now I remember why I never bother posting anything in a forum.
Cool? Cold? Means the same thing in this context. The aircon "cools" the air, therefore it comes out cool.
It doesn't "cold" it, that's not a verb, but the air could also be described as cold.
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monkeyhanger75
Yes that Ceed GT is 25% smaller on the displacement than a Golf GTI, that should make it more frugal - works for most car companies.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34712435

Night night :)
monkeyhanger75
There seems to be plenty of 62 plate 30k miler Sportage 3 1.7CRDIs about with a sticker price of about £14k. So you take your £9k GFV, give them £10.5k in p/x against the next one and put it up for £14k, willing to accept £13k.

Nah. Nobody would accept £10,500 for their 36m old Sportage 3 Nav in part exchange, and no dealer will sell one for anywhere near as little as £13,000. You are using VW economics to try and understand how sensible brands work.

The cheapest '62 plate '3 nav' is £15,000 by the way, they appear to rise to a little over £16,000;

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/search/used/cars/kia/sportage/postcode/la15sw/radius/1501/keywords/nav/sort/default/onesearchad/used/engine-size-cars/1-7l_to_1-9l/seller-type/trade_adverts/maximum-age/up_to_3_years_old/maximum-mileage/up_to_30000_miles

You really do try to 'fudge' these things, don't you?

Edited By: ezzer72 on Nov 04, 2015 23:35: Link
monkeyhanger75
You spend £4k more on the GTI, but will see a GFV £6k higher at 3 years old. That will translate to a likely p/x difference of £6500. You will get all of your extra spend back and then some.

Hahaha, you really do live in cloud cuckoo land mate - you'll be telling us that £50 mats are worth £75 at trade in time next - your dealer takes you for a ride every time.

Anyway, I'd forgotten all about this thread, wasn't deliberately not replying - I just popped back to say it would seem I'm right AGAIN, VW have today announced they have been cheating with their petrol cars too, just like I said.

And I'm not talking about NOX, they have admitted to cheating relating to CO2 on petrols and diesels.

Junk.
ezzer72
GT hasn't been out 3 years yet, so I have no idea what it's value will be. I'd be astonished if you'll buy a non-wreck for £7500 though.
I can confirm however that Kia use PCP properly, in my opinion/experience at least, and set it up so you will have decent equity at the end of the term - guess what, that makes it likely people will buy another Kia.
A Sportage 3 Sat Nav on 36m/10k per annum usually generates a GFV of around £8500-£9000. Please provide a link where a three year old one can be bought for that, +/- 10% of course...
The opposite of this is what happens with VW/Audi/BMW/Mini (and Citroen/Peugeot to be fair). GFV's are set high to enable the 'posh' cars to have cheap monthly payments, and people end up nailed into them with negative equity right up until the end, when there may be a few bob of equity, if they are lucky.
So GFV most certainly isn't a standard 10% rule of thumb thing - you are not in the industry, I am.
When making the GTi/GT comparison, you remembered the 16bhp power difference, but didn't tell everyone that the Cee'd engine is almost 25% smaller. I can't believe you have the audacity to talk about fuel consumption and tax bandings under the current circumstances - unbelievable.
And you seem very confident that VW's demand will stay high - haha, good luck with that.


I have always got at least 10% more than GFV on every VW I have traded in, most of the time it is 15%, and negotiated a 12% discount on the new one, in line with what I could get from a broker, and the VW garage will still make a fair bit on the p/x. Car sellers need to make money on every car they sell - they're not a charitable trust. They all need to give you some equity to entice you back - no equity and you're more likely to shop around. That Kia is worth more in p/x at a Kia dealership than at a Mazda one, so you might not get that equity if you change marque.

I'm sure you work the same way at Kia, that GT has a £7500 GFV, someone gets offered £8500 in p/x and then you put it on the used forecourt for £11k, willing to be knocked down £500-1000. So no, no one buys a 3 year old Ceed GT for £7500, they will probably buy it for £10.5k from you, having made £2k on it.

There seems to be plenty of 62 plate 30k miler Sportage 3 1.7CRDIs about with a sticker price of about £14k. So you take your £9k GFV, give them £10.5k in p/x against the next one and put it up for £14k, willing to accept £13k.

Yes that Ceed GT is 25% smaller on the displacement than a Golf GTI, that should make it more frugal - works for most car companies.

On a petrol car there are no NOx issues (not even VW TFSIs)- if you understood rudimentary mechanical engineering, chemistry and thermodynamics you'd understand why petrol engines don't generate NOx like diesels (all diesels) do. You need very high temperatures, pressure and a big excess of air to produce NOx from the air the engine sucks in.

Diesel combusts at around 800C under far higher pressures than petrol cars generate. Petrol is sparked at about 130C and peak cylinder temp is about 250C, the cylinder pressure can be 4x less in a petrol than a diesel, a combination of 2/3 the compression ratio and much lower temp (ever heard of Boyles law?) - not enough temp, pressure and excess air to make meaningful amounts of NOx in a petrol engine. On the other hand, CO2 generated is directly proportional to the fuel consumption. If we were taxed on our cars based on NOx emissions, petrol cars would be far more popular.
ezzer72
And whilst I truly can't be bothered going through the 'Build your Golf' thingy, I'd imagine that the GTi at 'just' £4k extra will be somewhat lacking in equipment, and is probably £30,000+ to have comparable spec. This is just a hunch, please don't feel the need to elaborate on it.

So you want to throw an argument in without inviting a comeback?

For your extra £4k spent you will get better brakes, the ACC system (radar based active cruise control, will also warn you if the car in front jumps on the brakes, then brake if you still don't react), the Golf is 0.8s quicker to 62mph, more frugal, 85Nm more torque, more BHP, equipment inside and out look comparable on both, the GTI gets a few things the Kia doesn't and vice versa. You spend £4k more on the GTI, but will see a GFV £6k higher at 3 years old. That will translate to a likely p/x difference of £6500. You will get all of your extra spend back and then some.
ezzer72
GT hasn't been out 3 years yet, so I have no idea what it's value will be. I'd be astonished if you'll buy a non-wreck for £7500 though.
I can confirm however that Kia use PCP properly, in my opinion/experience at least, and set it up so you will have decent equity at the end of the term - guess what, that makes it likely people will buy another Kia.
A Sportage 3 Sat Nav on 36m/10k per annum usually generates a GFV of around £8500-£9000. Please provide a link where a three year old one can be bought for that, +/- 10% of course...
The opposite of this is what happens with VW/Audi/BMW/Mini (and Citroen/Peugeot to be fair). GFV's are set high to enable the 'posh' cars to have cheap monthly payments, and people end up nailed into them with negative equity right up until the end, when there may be a few bob of equity, if they are lucky.
So GFV most certainly isn't a standard 10% rule of thumb thing - you are not in the industry, I am.
When making the GTi/GT comparison, you remembered the 16bhp power difference, but didn't tell everyone that the Cee'd engine is almost 25% smaller. I can't believe you have the audacity to talk about fuel consumption and tax bandings under the current circumstances - unbelievable.
And you seem very confident that VW's demand will stay high - haha, good luck with that.


I have always got at least 10% more than GFV on every VW I have traded in, most of the time it is 15%, and negotiated a 12% discount on the new one, in line with what I could get from a broker, and the VW garage will still make a fair bit on the p/x. Car sellers need to make money on every car they sell - they're not a charitable trust. They all need to give you some equity to entice you back - no equity and you're more likely to shop around. That Kia is worth more in p/x at a Kia dealership than at a Mazda one, so you might not get that equity if you change marque.

I'm sure you work the same way at Kia, that GT has a £7500 GFV, someone gets offered £8500 in p/x and then you put it on the used forecourt for £11k, willing to be knocked down £500-1000. So no, no one buys a 3 year old Ceed GT for £7500, they will probably buy it for £10.5k from you, having made £2k on it.

There seems to be plenty of 62 plate 30k miler Sportage 3 1.7CRDIs about with a sticker price of about £14k. So you take your £9k GFV, give them £10.5k in p/x against the next one and put it up for £14k, willing to accept £13k.

Yes that Ceed GT is 25% smaller on the displacement than a Golf GTI, that should make it more frugal - works for most car companies.

On a petrol car there are no NOx issues (not even VW TFSIs)- if you understood rudimentary mechanical engineering, chemistry and thermodynamics you'd understand why petrol engines don't generate NOx like diesels (all diesels) do. You need very high temperatures, pressure and a big excess of air to produce NOx from the air the engine sucks in.

Diesel combusts at around 800C under far higher pressures than petrol cars generate. Petrol is sparked at about 130C and peak cylinder temp is about 250C, the cylinder pressure can be 4x less in a petrol than a diesel, a combination of 2/3 the compression ratio and much lower temp (ever heard of Boyles law?) - not enough temp, pressure and excess air to make meaningful amounts of NOx in a petrol engine. On the other hand, CO2 generated is directly proportional to the fuel consumption. If we were taxed on our cars based on NOx emissions, petrol cars would be far more popular.
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Hyundai i30 SE 1.6 Diesel Bluedrive. Bluetooth, a/c, cruise etc + 3 years servicing. Over £8000 off RRP £10,950.00 @ Rockar.

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Not a lease - a cash deal! Hyundai i30 SE 1.6 Diesel Bluedrive, including various metallic/pearlescent paint options (usually £500 or so), and 3 years free servicing for over £8000 off of RRP. T…
NeilHD Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago128 Comments
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Woohoo. I've got one more week to wait.collection next Monday. Status is still being built... Can't wait to play with my new toy :)
Got ours on Friday. Well impressed with the car and the service from Rockar. Two 'angels' delivered it and they were friendly, polite and courteous. Although I had to wait a little longer than anticipated, I'm impressed and I don't often say that.
Haha that's brilliant! Glad you got your car.
Car delivered today. So far very happy with it. Delivery guy said that the reason some people ended up on a list for the cars is that they got so many orders they thought the website had been hacked so they stopped theautomatic order system! Thanks NeilHD
Rockar said they had 30 cars on offer and all went within few hours. :)
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