Hyundai I10 from Rockar for £6995
717°Expired

Hyundai I10 from Rockar for £6995

107
Found 9th Mar 2016
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.
Community Updates
Rockar. Deals

Groups

107 Comments
Any new deals on the i30?
£7k for a new car, hot from me
ifitsfreeitsmine

£7k for a new car, hot from me



Thought this was a lease? Says 8k miles per year on the right?
MitchellT

Thought this was a lease? Says 8k miles per year on the right?


Not a lease, the car is 6,995 cash if you select the different payment type.

What you are referring to is the option to take the car on Contract Purchase where there is an optional balloon payment at the end of the finance term.
they have cars for test drives and viewing at westfield stratford
Too much for a car with no aircon. I am sure you can negotiate a better deal out there on many small cars.
I have used air con in my car maybe 3 times in 10 years. Hardly essential in our crappy climate.
submerged

I have used air con in my car maybe 3 times in 10 years. Hardly essential … I have used air con in my car maybe 3 times in 10 years. Hardly essential in our crappy climate.



I use mine to demist the windscreen almost daily. Very helpful in this climate.
BenderRodriguez

I use mine to demist the windscreen almost daily. Very helpful in this … I use mine to demist the windscreen almost daily. Very helpful in this climate.


Got to agree I leave the full climate control on all year. Keeps the moisture down inside the cab.
I have an i10 - never again... you have to drive with the air con all the time in winter cos it constantly has moisture on the window, its only done 18000 miles and is on its third set of tyres (my previous car, a Corsa, did 45000 miles on two sets so its not my driving!) and it is making lots of rattles, the gear change is iffy etc. even though its only 4 yrs old. The dealer servicing is extortionate, and whilst the law may say you don't need to use dealer servicing to keep the warranty the dealer is constantly scaremongering. So, its a good price for a new car, but you get what you pay for. Buyer beware.
Hyundai are a joke. The old shape entry level i10 model (Classic) came with a 1.2L engine and Aircon as standard.

How Hyundai have let the popularity of the old i10 go to their heads and set their entry level i10 to no Aircon and a lower powered 1.0L engine.

Price has jumped by £2K as well. So you are paying more now for a much inferior spec. Having test driven the i10 1.0L engine, you've be better of driving a milk float, the new i10 1.0L is sluggish and struggles up hill.
ICTHUS

Got to agree I leave the full climate control on all year. Keeps the … Got to agree I leave the full climate control on all year. Keeps the moisture down inside the cab.


Couldn't you just open a window? Seems to work in my house. And saves spending extra dosh running your aircon when there's no real need.
MitchellT

Thought this was a lease? Says 8k miles per year on the right?



It's a PCP (Personal contract purchase)


Optional Final Payment £2,605.25
Total amount payable £8,295.09

Or you can by it outright for £6,995.00

Edited by: "BigYoSpeck" 9th Mar 2016
£6995 is for cash purchase only not on monthly payments
I have a new i10, bought in December, very pleased with it so far, obviously its a different, newer version to one of the displeased posters here but I love it, I have the 1.2 auto and its got A/C and all the whistles and bells I need in a car, just to note mine never mists up one bit and I don't use A/C, I think I tried it out once when I bought it just to make sure it works. The servicing seems fine price-wise and the benefit of the 5yr warranty and full 5yr breakdown cover is a great bonus.
you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around 3.5-4k
you would be mad to buy it new....unless you don't care that it will loose half of its value in 2years , chances are you will care about it since you are buying a cheap £hit car like this.

Edited by: "229mel" 9th Mar 2016
229mel

you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around … you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around 3.5-4k :Dyou would be mad to buy it new....unless you don't care that it will loose half of its value in 2years , chances are you will care about it since you are buying a cheap £hit car like this.


I disagree, looking for one for my daughter and the newer model (as per post ) is around £6k.
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
tinker bell

I disagree, looking for one for my daughter and the newer model (as per … I disagree, looking for one for my daughter and the newer model (as per post ) is around £6k.


look again.. I just saw few on autotrader.
you are better off getting a proper small car like a jazz not this junk.
Some got a passat alltrack for this money not too long ago.
rickj

Usual I'll informed car owners moaning about lack of air-conditioning on … 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



Cost of aircon?
Potentially ££££'s

The feeling of pulling up next to someone wearing a vest, sweating away in an old 106 in 30 degree heat, turning to them (in your thick jumper) and going "BRRRRRRR!!!"

PRICELESS!
229mel

you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around … you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around 3.5-4k :Dyou would be mad to buy it new....unless you don't care that it will loose half of its value in 2years , chances are you will care about it since you are buying a cheap £hit car like this.



You can't compare new with 2nd hand though. Two entirely different kinds of people who will never agree. I would not buy a brand new car, because for the price of a few of the repayments I can have a car that serves me just as well and is easier to repair myself. But I've a friend who only buys brand new, because after a 50-60 hour work week, he doesn't want to research cars, shop around, deal with repairs etc... he just wants to walk in a dealer, get what he wants, take it there for servicing and warranty stuff and know it's a fixed cost appliance.

And those £5k 2 year old cars are probably going to lose more than another £2k during their next 2 years as they run out of warranty. Modern cars are just not going to be the sound 2nd hand purchases in the future that older cars were.
I also got the i30 from Rockar recently and I'm impressed with the car and the service from the dealer. Wife had the old i10, that was OK but not fantastic, I'm sure newer version is better (despite the lack of AC)
229mel

you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around … you can pick up this new model 1.5-2year old with max 15k miles around 3.5-4k :Dyou would be mad to buy it new....unless you don't care that it will loose half of its value in 2years , chances are you will care about it since you are buying a cheap £hit car like this.


You'll have a job to find one younger then 5 years old for that little.
They hold their value surprisingly well.
Honestly if its <£4k and 2 years old or younger its most likely a cat C/D or stolen.
229mel

look again.. I just saw few on autotrader.you are better off getting a … look again.. I just saw few on autotrader.you are better off getting a proper small car like a jazz not this junk.



There are a couple below but they have massive mileage. A low mileage one is £6k
joedastudd

You'll have a job to find one younger then 5 years old for that … You'll have a job to find one younger then 5 years old for that little.They hold their value surprisingly well.Honestly if its <£4k and 2 years old or younger its most likely a cat C/D or stolen.



Not sure which world you're living in, but the i10 has terrible depreciation. You can easily given up 2 year old ones for that price as they were the old shape.
BenderRodriguez

I use mine to demist the windscreen almost daily. Very helpful in this … I use mine to demist the windscreen almost daily. Very helpful in this climate.



I'm always amazed when people say air con isn't useful as it's not often hot here. It dehumidifies and thus is extremely useful as it's often damp or wet here.

If BenderRodriguez only used it 3 times in 10 years then it would have seized and been totally ineffective anyway. Car a/c should be run for a minimum of 15 mins every week, regardless.
Cold - can lease it more economically. Sorry. Wouldn't invest £7k of cash in a depreciating asset.

What a lovely opportunity to invert the usual rubbish arguments on HUKD lease threads.

*chuckles to self*
rickj

Usual I'll informed car owners moaning about lack of air-conditioning on … 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



This has been empirically tested. Under c.55mph, open windows cheaper than air con. Over 55, it reverses and a/c is cheaper than open windows (due to drag impacting on MPG)
Sharpharp

Not sure which world you're living in, but the i10 has terrible … Not sure which world you're living in, but the i10 has terrible depreciation. You can easily given up 2 year old ones for that price as they were the old shape.


Cars 2 years old cheapest price for a non cat C/D
£6750 - gumtree - search link
£5,490 - eBay - search link
£4,989 - Autotrader - search link


Edited by: "joedastudd" 9th Mar 2016
I have this shape i10, albeit a higher model with AirCon, and I'm seriously impressed with it. It's a lot of car for little money, but I agree that you need air con to make it worthwhile. This basic S model is missing a lot of things that the other models have, but for a 5yr warranty (and 5yrs full RAC, Hyundai are that confident in their motors) I don't think this is overpriced at all. If you just want a small runaround (I average 48mpg in my 1.0 around town and I don't have the Blue Drive) it's a better buy in my opinion than some of the other small cars out there.
This was my first Hyundai, but probably not my last.
Avatar
deleted1032520
pigeon84

Cost of aircon?Potentially ££££'sThe feeling of pulling up next to som … Cost of aircon?Potentially ££££'sThe feeling of pulling up next to someone wearing a vest, sweating away in an old 106 in 30 degree heat, turning to them (in your thick jumper) and going "BRRRRRRR!!!"PRICELESS!



Perhaps 20 years ago......not exactly boasting material now, this 2016 been standard on 90% of cars since the late 90's. I haven't owned one without climate/air-con since 1999!
Good deal if your a cash buyer.
If you want to pay on the monthly payments then the interest is very high, would be better to arrange your own loan at the bank.

Or if you want to pay monthly then there are similar sized cars on 0% deals at the moment such as the Skoda Citigo. It has a higher on the road price but works out cheaper because your not paying all that interest over the term of the deal. The Citigo offer is cheaper per month at £99 although it does have a higher final balloon payment should you wish to keep the car, and if you wish to give it back the excess pence per mile rate is a lot lower. Swings and roundabouts. But for me, the Citigo deal is better.
OrribleHarry

Perhaps 20 years ago......not exactly boasting material now, this 2016 … Perhaps 20 years ago......not exactly boasting material now, this 2016 been standard on 90% of cars since the late 90's. I haven't owned one without climate/air-con since 1999!



You're telling me - actually I've never owned a car without a/c, but some people seem to still be stuck in the 90's and go on and on about how all this new-fangled stuff is unnecessary.
It's like wow, you've become your Grand-dad. And at such a young age, how sad.

I've heard it all - aircon not needed, waste of fuel, (What? A few %? I wonder why they don't drive a motor quadricycle if they're so fussed about economy?) , power steering declared to be "totally pointless" electric windows waste of time, automatic means you have no skill and shouldn't be on the road, it might break (guess what? Anything on the car might break) yakkity yakkity yak.

Yawn.
pigeon84

You're telling me - actually I've never owned a car without a/c, but some … You're telling me - actually I've never owned a car without a/c, but some people seem to still be stuck in the 90's and go on and on about how all this new-fangled stuff is unnecessary. It's like wow, you've become your Grand-dad. And at such a young age, how sad. I've heard it all - aircon not needed, waste of fuel, (What? A few %? I wonder why they don't drive a motor quadricycle if they're so fussed about economy?) , power steering declared to be "totally pointless" electric windows waste of time, automatic means you have no skill and shouldn't be on the road, it might break (guess what? Anything on the car might break) yakkity yakkity yak.Yawn.


automatic does suck tho I thought the same when I first got my license that automatic are good, but living in area which consists only from hills you wouldn't be able to drive without a manual.. btw most of the automatic consumes more fuel as well.
Avatar
deleted1032520
229mel

automatic does suck tho I thought the same when I first got my license … automatic does suck tho I thought the same when I first got my license that automatic are good, but living in area which consists only from hills you wouldn't be able to drive without a manual.. btw most of the automatic consumes more fuel as well.



Utter rubbish! why do you think many prestige cars are only available in auto? Aston, Lexus, Jaguar, Range Rover etc etc.

Yes, low power autos suck, but then so do low power manuals!

Quality powerful autos are a better, more luxurious drive altogether. My XF 3.0d is an excellent drive and pulls up any hill without even noticing and still does 40+mpg
vladdy

Some got a passat alltrack for this money not too long ago.



​can u get passat alltrack for this money?sounds unreal
229mel

automatic does suck tho I thought the same when I first got my license … automatic does suck tho I thought the same when I first got my license that automatic are good, but living in area which consists only from hills you wouldn't be able to drive without a manual.. btw most of the automatic consumes more fuel as well.



Well sorry, but I must respectfully disagree and send you your 90's club membership card:
Small engined with torque converter yes, or 90's Nissan Micra CVT, but a modern automated twin-clutch auto will go up a hill just as well as the manual version (if not better as there is virtually no power interruption while shifting) and the fuel consumption will be the same, if not better.
I have driven from Granada up to nearly 3,000m in the Sierra Nevada in a Polo 1.2 TSI DSG and considering the low power output it went really well, cracking little motor.

P.s. definitely needed aircon.

http://i237.photobucket.com/albums/ff141/dynaxjim/_DSC6259.jpg
I have the i10 1.2 auto and its wonderful, very smooth and definitely not lacking in power at all, fuel economy is superb, much better than my old 1.6 Golf manual, driving my i10 auto is no different in feeling to our VW T5 7 speed DSG auto.
Edited by: "emporer" 9th Mar 2016
Honda jazz cvt auto is best thing since sliced bread.
autos get a bad name from normal manual gearboxs which are converted to work as auto i.e automated clutch and gear change, nodding donkey every times its changes gear
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text