Drive the deal
I want to buy a car and found one I like (Hyundai i10) on www.drivethedeal.com
I wouldn't be buying outright, so I want to finance, but I am confused as when I click on 'Finance' for the car, it says I pay 10.9% APR. Underneath the car however it says:
NOTE: ALL HYUNDAI MODELS ORDERED WITH US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME COMPANIES ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU DO NOT BUY ONE. PLEASE SEE THE NOTE ON OUR PRE-REGISTERED CARS PAGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
The quoted prices include:
1. £250 discount on 1.2 Classic model
2. £500 discount on 1.2 Active model
3. £1,000 discount on 1.2 Active Auto model
4. £1,250 discount on 1.2 Style model
This discount is conditional upon you taking out PCP finance at 6.9% APR Representative arranged by the dealer. If you do not wish to take out this finance then you will need to add £250, £500, £1,000 or £1,250 respectively to the prices that we quote online. Hyundai are offering PCP finance at 6.9% APR Representative over 36 months period. Terms and conditions apply. The dealer that we put you in touch with will arrange the finance if required. Subject to Status. Written quote available on request.
Hyundai are marketing both Hire Purchase and PCP finance deals at 4.9% APR Representative over 36 months with a minimum deposit of 10% (except 1.2 Classic model). If you would like any of these offers please telephone us on Tel: 01628 472276 or 08456 262626 to discuss it.
Please note that Hyundai offers a five year, unlimited mileage warranty on all vehicles.
Quotes and offers are for cars ordered after 6 April and registered by 29 June 2012.
So, do I pay the 10.9% that drivethedeal offers, or do they offer what the car brand do as default?
Anyone dealt with them before?