Hyundai i30 - 1.6 CRDi Blue Drive S 5dr - 10,000 miles pa - 24 month PCH - £719.94 initial payment, £180 process fee & £119.99 per month (£3659.71) @ LeasingOptions
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Hyundai i30 - 1.6 CRDi Blue Drive S 5dr - 10,000 miles pa - 24 month PCH - £719.94 initial payment, £180 process fee & £119.99 per month (£3659.71) @ LeasingOptions

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Found 6th Oct 2015
Equivalent to 152.49 per month.

1st monthly installment - £719.94.
23 monthly payments of £119.99.
£180 process fee.

Total payable over term £3,659.71.
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Hot. Not a VW.
Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this price. Wouldn't want one myself as they are quite basic inside and uncomfortable on long journeys but still a deal.
Dedcon

Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this … Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this price. Wouldn't want one myself as they are quite basic inside and uncomfortable on long journeys but still a deal.


To be honest, diesel cars are a liability with the ongoing scandal that erupted because of VW's excessive ways of hiding NOx levels of pollution for some of their diesel engines. So I wouldn't buy a new diesel car but leasing is a good option.

Still if you're too environment concerned you might even condemn diesel and go for pertrol, natural gas, etc. which are cleaner energy sources.
Edited by: "brv" 6th Oct 2015
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bvarbanov90

To be honest, diesel cars are a liability with the ongoing scandal that … To be honest, diesel cars are a liability with the ongoing scandal that erupted because of VW's excessive ways of hiding NOx levels of pollution for some of their diesel engines. So I wouldn't buy a new diesel car but leasing is a good option. Still if you're too environment concerned you might even condemn diesel and go for pertrol, natural gas, etc. which are cleaner energy sources.



We're actually selling our diesel car and looking at buying/leasing a VW Polo BlueGT. It has a 1.4 TSI petrol engine that has 150HP, 108g/cm CO2, and also very efficient as it drops from 4 to 2 cylinders when it isn't being pushed.

With engines like that about, I'm not sure diesel really has a purpose.
Dedcon

Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this … Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this price. Wouldn't want one myself as they are quite basic inside and uncomfortable on long journeys but still a deal.


Easy to argue about how much we love our brands but for anyone out there considering this deal, I have found Hyundai's anything but basic. What comes standard in these cars, would cost a fortune on others. Just an insight, I have this car and love it. But each to their own!
Anyone who didn't already know that diesels release some awful things into the environment clearly didn't do their research before buying, no matter the emissions figure. Unless you do a lot of miles a year diesel isn't a good option, particularly if you do a lot of driving in a city.

Saying that the VAG 1.4 TSI engine comes with its own reputation for poor reliability.
A very cheap way of covering 20k in a brand new car. Heat added.
Cue usual nonsense - "my £1k BMW only cost me £2.50 in parts over five years", "yeah but you don't anything at the end", "throwing your money away". blah blah
I've had the car since 2013, i have to say it is very comfortable for long journeys - having done many many miles (40k) in my i30 it is definatley more comfortable than the Golf Plus and the Honda Jazz (both of which I have also driven on long journeys).

As for basic inside - I have the active trim which comes with bluetooth for music, cruise control, steering levels, daytime led running lights, centre console storage, sunglasses holder and AC linked glovebox.

For the price this is a very hot deal for a very very good car!
I will hold until Toyota release the first car working in water this year to avoid your comments about diesel and patrol cars
Who wants to look like Feds
rallypoint

I will hold until Toyota release the first car working in water this year … I will hold until Toyota release the first car working in water this year to avoid your comments about diesel and patrol cars



so you going lease this £63,000 car, or buy it outright?

just had a look at it, and my god ugly. its in the fiat multipla bracket of ugliness. why are the vast majority of these zero emissions cars so ridiculous looking.
Edited by: "Deedie" 6th Oct 2015
neoboy

Anyone who didn't already know that diesels release some awful things … Anyone who didn't already know that diesels release some awful things into the environment clearly didn't do their research before buying, no matter the emissions figure. Unless you do a lot of miles a year diesel isn't a good option, particularly if you do a lot of driving in a city. Saying that the VAG 1.4 TSI engine comes with its own reputation for poor reliability.



and yet they allow buses, lorries and even trains on the roads/ tracks with older less efficient engines, often driving round on one route with a single passenger. Green lobby is quick to bash the car but never makes a mention of the worst culprits.
wenttoabetterplace

We're actually selling our diesel car and looking at buying/leasing a VW … We're actually selling our diesel car and looking at buying/leasing a VW Polo BlueGT. It has a 1.4 TSI petrol engine that has 150HP, 108g/cm CO2, and also very efficient as it drops from 4 to 2 cylinders when it isn't being pushed.With engines like that about, I'm not sure diesel really has a purpose.



petrol is getting more efficient but diesel still work that's for sure, larger cars can get more mpg over the petrol versions until that gap narrows then there will still be a call for diesels. truth is that hydrogen is the way to go, but as has been said before with the oil companies and the government making too much money put of petrol and diesel there wont be the push to find a way of making it work on a large scale. But wait we have electric cars and they are good for the environment, have environmentally friendly batteries, are made with resources close to the factrories and with the minimal emissions from the electricity generating process , that surely has to be the way forward
rallypoint

I will hold until Toyota release the first car working in water this year … I will hold until Toyota release the first car working in water this year to avoid your comments about diesel and patrol cars



You thinking of driving across the Channel then?
cmclean10

Easy to argue about how much we love our brands but for anyone out there … Easy to argue about how much we love our brands but for anyone out there considering this deal, I have found Hyundai's anything but basic. What comes standard in these cars, would cost a fortune on others. Just an insight, I have this car and love it. But each to their own!



I have nothing against Hyundai but having had various almost brand new models as hire vehicles to do long journeys I found that I ended up with backache due to the thin seats. My friend owns one and he has the same problem. My basic comment refers to the quality inside rather than what's in there. They certainly aren't built to last but should be ok on a two year lease.
Not bad idea mate
e_munky

I've had the car since 2013, i have to say it is very comfortable for … I've had the car since 2013, i have to say it is very comfortable for long journeys - having done many many miles (40k) in my i30 it is definatley more comfortable than the Golf Plus and the Honda Jazz (both of which I have also driven on long journeys).As for basic inside - I have the active trim which comes with bluetooth for music, cruise control, steering levels, daytime led running lights, centre console storage, sunglasses holder and AC linked glovebox.For the price this is a very hot deal for a very very good car!



Thanks, always good to have a review from a bonafide customer. Out of interest, what is an AC linked glovebox?
eslick

and yet they allow buses, lorries and even trains on the roads/ tracks … and yet they allow buses, lorries and even trains on the roads/ tracks with older less efficient engines, often driving round on one route with a single passenger. Green lobby is quick to bash the car but never makes a mention of the worst culprits.



Old habits die hard and they are still judging vehicles by the outdated emissions figures regardless of what fuel it uses. That and people fall for the lower CO2 is better for the environment fiddle, but it's far more hilarious how much more people will overpay for a car just so save a £100 a year on VED when they don't even do the miles to warrant any kind of significant saving and just swallow up huge depreciation costs.

Car manufacturers are laughing all the way to the bank when some silly city folk pay over the odds for some BlueMotion/EcoBoost tech to drive their 6k annual mileage in a city.
Edited by: "neoboy" 6th Oct 2015
if some one takes a car,please post the dealer since its usually 180 cheaper to get it directly and may be more
Dedcon

I have nothing against Hyundai but having had various almost brand new … I have nothing against Hyundai but having had various almost brand new models as hire vehicles to do long journeys I found that I ended up with backache due to the thin seats. My friend owns one and he has the same problem. My basic comment refers to the quality inside rather than what's in there. They certainly aren't built to last but should be ok on a two year lease.



Take leasing out of the equation and you have Hyundai, who offer a 5 year warranty, Kia, who offer a 7 year warranty. Granted the interior aren't as plush as VAG/BMW etc, but neither is the price tag. I use a Kia Carens for work, I've done 20,000 in a year without any issues. We have an Ibiza as a personal car and that's went to the garage 5 times in 2 years.
bvarbanov90

Equivalent to 152.49 per month.1st monthly installment - £719.94.23 … Equivalent to 152.49 per month.1st monthly installment - £719.94.23 monthly payments of £119.99.£180 process fee.Total payable over term £3,659.71.



This is a great deal.

I own a Passat diesel - bought it, second hand and paid 14k for it. Add on interest to the bank etc and then it's more like 16k.

I know it has depreciated a great deal - I've covered 45k in three years and it's had a fair amount spent on it. Likely sell it for less than 4k when the time comes.

I'll be leasing and only leasing my next car. For me, it seems the most sensible option. New car, warranty etc and you can get a new one every two years. Simple.

Edited by: "Skymonkey" 6th Oct 2015
Think the VW joke is just about exhausted
I was very tempted until I saw one on the roads.

In my opinion These are very ugly from certain angles, but for those who like the style - this is a decent deal
Does anyone notice in govt that mcD uses the bio diesel in their lorries with high sulphur and possibly no accountability of duties n taxes in diesel. But as technology enhancing govt losing money on VED etc so first they stopped low emission VED relief and now they gonna bring suite against VW in uk
Hcc27 the glovebox has an air con outlet allowing you to put bottles and cans in there and keep it cool on long journeys
upmyloft

Hcc27 the glovebox has an air con outlet allowing you to put bottles and … Hcc27 the glovebox has an air con outlet allowing you to put bottles and cans in there and keep it cool on long journeys

but u have to cool the rest of the car as well I believe. ... not so good in winter
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rosstheboss1972

but u have to cool the rest of the car as well I believe. ... not so … but u have to cool the rest of the car as well I believe. ... not so good in winter



Is anyone really that fussed about having cool drinks in winter?
bvarbanov90

To be honest, diesel cars are a liability with the ongoing scandal that … To be honest, diesel cars are a liability with the ongoing scandal that erupted because of VW's excessive ways of hiding NOx levels of pollution for some of their diesel engines. So I wouldn't buy a new diesel car but leasing is a good option. Still if you're too environment concerned you might even condemn diesel and go for pertrol, natural gas, etc. which are cleaner energy sources.



Utter tosh - Diesel is not going anywhere anytime soon. For certain applications it literally pulls down petrol's preverbal pants and spanks it.

Got a large car, get a diesel.
Need to tow something, get a diesel.
Do more than 15k a year, get a diesel.

The green lobby should focus more on the damage livestock and methane does to the environment if they really want to worry about something. The livestock industry emits 4 times more greenhouse gas than the worlds entire transport infrastructure and methane is 86 times more damaging that CO2. Keep your diesel, ditch your burger!
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Tyranicus66

Utter tosh - Diesel is not going anywhere anytime soon. For certain … Utter tosh - Diesel is not going anywhere anytime soon. For certain applications it literally pulls down petrol's preverbal pants and spanks it.Got a large car, get a diesel. Need to tow something, get a diesel. Do more than 15k a year, get a diesel. The green lobby should focus more on the damage livestock and methane does to the environment if they really want to worry about something. The livestock industry emits 4 times more greenhouse gas than the worlds entire transport infrastructure and methane is 86 times more damaging that CO2. Keep your diesel, ditch your burger!



Do more than 15k a year AND travel via major cities? DON'T GET A DIESEL*
Need to tow something through a big city? DON'T GET A DIESEL*
Need a large car in a big city? DON'T GET A DIESEL *

* - telegraph.co.uk/new…tml
Dedcon

Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this … Very good deal. Why would you want to buy when you can lease at this price. Wouldn't want one myself as they are quite basic inside and uncomfortable on long journeys but still a deal.


Because you might do 20k miles just travelling to work and back like my wife does.
wenttoabetterplace

Do more than 15k a year AND travel via major cities? DON'T GET A … Do more than 15k a year AND travel via major cities? DON'T GET A DIESEL*Need to tow something through a big city? DON'T GET A DIESEL*Need a large car in a big city? DON'T GET A DIESEL ** - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/environment/11280067/London-will-follow-Paris-and-ban-diesel-cars-campaigners-warn.html



London MAY ban diesels? They should ban vehicles entirely in that horrible hole of a place. Whilst they're at it make all the roads grass and plant a few trees. Preferably just bulldoze the damn place and start again.

More nice clean nuclear power is what we need to create lots of electricity dependent transportation devices - which the government will then be able to slap a huge tax on just like Greece does.


Edited by: "joedredd" 6th Oct 2015
I'm all for banning older diesels. They stink and pump out masses of fumes. New diesels aren't anything like that though. Diesels without particle filters should all be banned. The problem is lots of them are lorries and buses....
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Scorpion

I'm all for banning older diesels. They stink and pump out masses of … I'm all for banning older diesels. They stink and pump out masses of fumes. New diesels aren't anything like that though. Diesels without particle filters should all be banned. The problem is lots of them are lorries and buses....



I think the whole VW thing shows that we really don't know how clean or dirty diesels actually are...
The reality is that despite cars becoming 'cleaner', pollution levels in cities have remained stubbornly high. Given the disingenuous emissions claims of VW and others, it would seem that diesel engines simply aren't anywhere near clean enough for use in/around cities.
Dedcon

I have nothing against Hyundai but having had various almost brand new … I have nothing against Hyundai but having had various almost brand new models as hire vehicles to do long journeys I found that I ended up with backache due to the thin seats. My friend owns one and he has the same problem. My basic comment refers to the quality inside rather than what's in there. They certainly aren't built to last but should be ok on a two year lease.


I would strongly disagree about the 'basic' quality of the i30, mine has had heavy use in general lugging things around as well as 3 family weddings carting suitcases/gifts/decorations up and down the country. All the fabrics are unblemished, no panelling or plastic has come off. If you mean basic in terms of fabric I would argue that it is in line with the price point and hardly uncomfortable. Which car's interior are you comparing it to?

They certainly aren't built to last but should be ok on a two year lease.


My car is 2012 reg and approaching 60k - not a single thing has gone wrong in that time. All i have had to pay for is new tyres and servicing. What makes you think they are not built to last? Even if that was the case (it's not), surely the 5 year warranty mitigates that risk
Scorpion

I'm all for banning older diesels. They stink and pump out masses of … I'm all for banning older diesels. They stink and pump out masses of fumes. New diesels aren't anything like that though. Diesels without particle filters should all be banned. The problem is lots of them are lorries and buses....



The worst culprits for pollution I have seen lately are (older) School buses.
I've no idea how they get them through emissions tests.
hcc27

Thanks, always good to have a review from a bonafide customer. Out of … Thanks, always good to have a review from a bonafide customer. Out of interest, what is an AC linked glovebox?


The glovebox has an adjustable vent within it that allows you to refrigerate the contents through the AC, not a gamechanging addition but just wanted to counter the 'basic' comments. It's useful in the summer, not had reason to use it in the winter but i guess you could close the cabin vents so only the glove uses the AC
Can someone help me out. My job requires travelling possibly once a week outside the city but mainly i will travel within the city during the weekdays any point going for this deal or sticking with petrol thanks.
wenttoabetterplace

Do more than 15k a year AND travel via major cities? DON'T GET A … Do more than 15k a year AND travel via major cities? DON'T GET A DIESEL*Need to tow something through a big city? DON'T GET A DIESEL*Need a large car in a big city? DON'T GET A DIESEL ** - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/environment/11280067/London-will-follow-Paris-and-ban-diesel-cars-campaigners-warn.html



Except they wont ban them from cities. Are they going to ban the same vehicles that deliver 90% of goods in the UK and buses and most emergency generators. Why not ban aeroplanes at the same time just in case, as after all they use aviation fuel...

Stop looking at what one silly article says and consider the real world implications of what you suggest, its not going to happen - its just scaremongering tripe.
P.S The average diesel engine will last 4 times longer (miles) than its petrol counterpart. What are the ecological implications of that. The amount of energy required to forge and hewn an engine from steel is immense.
Tyranicus66

Utter tosh - Diesel is not going anywhere anytime soon. For certain … Utter tosh - Diesel is not going anywhere anytime soon. For certain applications it literally pulls down petrol's preverbal pants and spanks it.Got a large car, get a diesel. Need to tow something, get a diesel. Do more than 15k a year, get a diesel. The green lobby should focus more on the damage livestock and methane does to the environment if they really want to worry about something. The livestock industry emits 4 times more greenhouse gas than the worlds entire transport infrastructure and methane is 86 times more damaging that CO2. Keep your diesel, ditch your burger!


The issue with diesel is NOx, but don't let facts get in the way of a good rant! oO
Besford

The issue with diesel is NOx, but don't let facts get in the way of a … The issue with diesel is NOx, but don't let facts get in the way of a good rant! oO



My issue is the idea that diesel cars are solely to blame. Modern diesel cars are by far the cleanest diesel engines in use today. So why not ban trains, generators etc....
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