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Delivery Mileage Hyundai Tucson 1.7 S now £14,995 @ Hawkins Motors
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Delivery Mileage Hyundai Tucson 1.7 S now £14,995 @ Hawkins Motors

£14,995£21,00029%
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Posted 27th Sep
Good deal this for one of the best looking SUV'S currently available. All with delivery miles on the Hyundai Tucson 1.7s. Limited stocks & 3 colours available. With remainder of 5 year warranty left.

From just £14,995 these Delivery Mileage 2018 (68) Reg cars have a massive saving off List Price of up to £6,005!

Spec includes on these Delivery Mileage Hyundai Tucson 1.7 S'

  • 16" Alloy Wheels
  • Air Conditioning
  • DAB Digital Radio
  • Bluetooth System
  • USB & AUX
  • Hill Start Assist Control
  • Reclining Rear Seats
  • Automatic Headlights with Dusk Sensor
  • Electric & Heated Door Mirrors

Limtied stock available - Choose from 3 colours, Moon Rock, Phantom Black or Pepper Grey!

List Price: £21,000

Our Price: £14,995

Saving YOU: £6,005
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If you're considering this, check brokers like Carwow and Broadspeed first.

I requested quotes for a top of the the range Tucson 2 weeks ago and two dealers offered a 20% discount - this is for a brand new car with PCP at 5.4% APR.

Obviously the broker reduction may well be different as this is the base model but IF you can get a 20% reduction, £16,800 for a brand new car on a much lower APR is a better deal IMO

Also as we're only a few days from the end of September you may get lucky and find a dealer desperate to meet their quarterly sales targets offer a reduction much better than 20% off via Carwow.
Edited by: "spoo" 27th Sep
firstofficer27/09/2019 19:56

My mate ordered a new beemer 335d and it was delivered from Doncaster to …My mate ordered a new beemer 335d and it was delivered from Doncaster to London... Engine light was on the following day, and the head gasket was leaking...Kindest regards


EVEN IF that is true, BMW famously have reliability issues nowadays - there are few public roads between Doncaster and London where a high performance car like that could be pushed beyond it's limits - absolutely nothing to do with the delivery driver.

This is a Hyundai, which can reliably make it from Doncaster to London, regardless of who is driving (and with over 4 years factory warranty remaining, so nothing to worry about for a long time).

Stop being so annoying, nobody is interested in your kindest regards.
The_Guru27/09/2019 08:02

9% Apr?


Only if you use there finance package... & who would at that rate.

So for example you could go to sainsburys loans at 2.9%apr then go buy the car

See here sainsburysbank.co.uk/borrowing/bor_borrowing_zone/

Example over 5 years with 15k loan... Illustration purpose only... Rate may vary due to personal circumstances.

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Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 27th Sep
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Last year's model 2018
9% Apr?
The_Guru27/09/2019 08:02

9% Apr?


Crazy high for the new car. Worth considering if you have cash to spend.
The_Guru27/09/2019 08:02

9% Apr?


Only if you use there finance package... & who would at that rate.

So for example you could go to sainsburys loans at 2.9%apr then go buy the car

See here sainsburysbank.co.uk/borrowing/bor_borrowing_zone/

Example over 5 years with 15k loan... Illustration purpose only... Rate may vary due to personal circumstances.

38554187.jpg
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 27th Sep
genmaxiu27/09/2019 08:11

Crazy high for the new car. Worth considering if you have cash to spend.


It is a bit high, but this isn't a new car - it's been registered, so therefore will not qualify for the manufacturer's new car finance offers, deposit contribution, low rate etc.
69 reg soon, this will look like a year old in no time.
Presumably you can buy cash for £15k?
Seems like a lot of car for the money and think Hyundai still offer a five year warranty. Looks good. Heat from me
If you're considering this, check brokers like Carwow and Broadspeed first.

I requested quotes for a top of the the range Tucson 2 weeks ago and two dealers offered a 20% discount - this is for a brand new car with PCP at 5.4% APR.

Obviously the broker reduction may well be different as this is the base model but IF you can get a 20% reduction, £16,800 for a brand new car on a much lower APR is a better deal IMO

Also as we're only a few days from the end of September you may get lucky and find a dealer desperate to meet their quarterly sales targets offer a reduction much better than 20% off via Carwow.
Edited by: "spoo" 27th Sep
pablomalin27/09/2019 08:17

69 reg soon, this will look like a year old in no time.


How soon were you thinking?
pablomalin27/09/2019 08:17

69 reg soon, this will look like a year old in no time.


69 reg already actually. starts in september, already cars on the road with 69 reg.
Not that great as they are pre registered 68 plates.

It’s effectively an old shape used car which has been sat in a field. Once you put some miles on it’s just a low mileage used car and you’re the 2nd owner.

As someone said above you can secure big discount on a new shape current plate model via brokers.
ShaneDarch27/09/2019 08:11

Only if you use there finance package... & who would at that rate.So for …Only if you use there finance package... & who would at that rate.So for example you could go to sainsburys loans at 2.9%apr then go buy the car See here sainsburysbank.co.uk/borrowing/bor_borrowing_zone/Example over 5 years with 15k loan... [Image]


Illustration only. Rate may change depending on your credit rating.
greenyblades27/09/2019 08:54

Illustration only. Rate may change depending on your credit rating.


Fair point & added to post
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 27th Sep
What's the MPG on these?
diddlypockets27/09/2019 08:42

69 reg already actually. starts in september, already cars on the road …69 reg already actually. starts in september, already cars on the road with 69 reg.


think i saw a new reg out the other day

"WE69 PLS"
mango88827/09/2019 09:04

think i saw a new reg out the other day"WE69 PLS"


I saw one more - "YU69 URS"
1.7 crdi is the old engine they replaced it with a 1.6 crdi with Adblue in July 2018 along with facelifting the car new bumpers/grill and interior and is nolonger called the S as it was replaced with S-Connect
Edited by: "chrisvenn" 27th Sep
My Tucson is a 54 built like a tank and drives like one - but still going strong - love it
Cant decide whether to get the top of the range Tucson or Qashqai.
Looking to buy a new car at some point. Was thinking of splashing £11-12k on used Audi A3 (paid £11.5k for 3 year old 08 plate last time) .. but these deals look better. May have to ask you guys when and how to get best deal. Looking to buy next year or so.
Did the warranty/service plan start when this was registered, late 2018?
JustinScot27/09/2019 11:48

Did the warranty/service plan start when this was registered, late 2018?


As a rule... Yes
pablomalin27/09/2019 08:17

69 reg soon, this will look like a year old in no time.


and if is an one year old car, doesn't start on first ignition or what?
is this manual or automatic
Sh car, good price, good deal. Hot and all. But nobody should buy this.
mcsmik27/09/2019 12:25

Sh car, good price, good deal. Hot and all. But nobody should buy this.


Why?
TheShadowWalker27/09/2019 09:51

Cant decide whether to get the top of the range Tucson or Qashqai.


Used to be a Qashqai owner and the new ones aren't as good as the old ones. Not tried a Tucson, but I would go into a dealer and give them a look over. I couldn't even fit inside the new designed Qashqai and it had a noticeable difference in usable internal space.
smckirdy27/09/2019 13:05

Used to be a Qashqai owner and the new ones aren't as good as the old …Used to be a Qashqai owner and the new ones aren't as good as the old ones. Not tried a Tucson, but I would go into a dealer and give them a look over. I couldn't even fit inside the new designed Qashqai and it had a noticeable difference in usable internal space.


True. Thanks I'll pop into a dealer and check them out.
TheShadowWalker27/09/2019 09:51

Cant decide whether to get the top of the range Tucson or Qashqai.


The Qashqai is largely a Renault, which is not good.

The Tucson is made by Hyundai with a good reputation for quality and reliability.

The Qashqai only has a three year warranty whilst the Tuscon has a five year warranty.

Hyundai have a good reputation for honouring their warranty.
Good deal but I've just bought a new skoda karoq last week.
JustinScot27/09/2019 12:52

Why?


Because it's not electric, and will cost an arm and a leg to run.
mcsmik27/09/2019 14:07

Because it's not electric, and will cost an arm and a leg to run.


Which one year old, delivery mileage, SUV can I get for £15k?

A pre-reg, one year old Hyundai Kona is around £20k more.

That's the cost of two arms and two legs.
mcsmik27/09/2019 14:07

Because it's not electric, and will cost an arm and a leg to run.


An arm and a leg to run a 1.7 diesel ?
markymark3427/09/2019 16:41

An arm and a leg to run a 1.7 diesel ?


Better to have one arm and one leg to run a desiel than no arms and no legs to run an electric!
They could shaft the engine during delivery.

No thanks.

Ice cold.

Kindest regards

Cheers
Is this Manual or Automatic? Thanks
No 5 year warranty with these as they are not new so it's 5 years minus the age of the car so the balance could be down to 4 years but still more than most
Can you part ex on these deals?
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