Hyundai I30 1.6D Bluedrive SE 5Dr - Personal lease 24m £3399.06 @ freedomcontracts
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Hyundai I30 1.6D Bluedrive SE 5Dr - Personal lease 24m £3399.06 @ freedomcontracts

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Found 20th Nov 2015
Not a bad deal for a personal lease for 78.4mpg car

24m 5k miles £1,151.72 upfront £95.98 pcm total 3399.06 inc vat
24m 10k miles £1089.19 upfront £121.02 pcm total £4111.45 inc vat

** New Quarter 4 Prices ** Metallic, Bluetooth, Rear Parking Sensors, Cruise Control, LED Daytime Running Lights, Tinted Glass, 15" Alloys, Leather Steering Wheel etc ** Please Note: Freedom charge a £199+Vat Processing fee which is payable upon signing of your Client Vehicle Order and prior to delivery **

Specifications
Basics
Body Type Hatchback
Fuel Petrol
Gearbox Manual
Seats 5
Doors 5
Paint Metallic

Performance etc
CO2 94 (g/km)
Engine Size 1582 cc
0-62mph 10.6 secs
Top Speed 117 mph
Insurance Group 12E

Fuel Consumption
Combined 78.4 (mpg)
EC Directive Applies
Extra Urban 83 (mpg)
Urban 67.3 (mpg)
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38 Comments
Some stinking deals here have some heeeeaaaat.
I'm seeing those prices under business user deals. Not personal.
sunnygilluk

I'm seeing those prices under business user deals. Not personal.



straight paste from the personal bit

5000 - 24 months £1,151.72 £95.98
10000 24 months £1,089.19 £121.02


Total monthly cost is £154 for 5k per year
Actually the maths are all wrong here....
This deal is 24 months but the upfront payment is the first month's payment in effect.
So the figures need to be calculated as 23 months @ monthly rate plus the upfront plus the admin fee.

So the OPs figures are actually £1151.72 + (23x£95.98) + (£199+VAT) / 24 = £149.92 per month

For those who don't have the £1151.72 upfront, there is an option to reduce to £395.94 upfront, which only works out to be £3/month more than this deal overall:

23 months @ £131.98 = £3035.54
Upfront payment = £395.94
Admin fee (£199 +VAT) = £238.80
Total = £3670.28

Split equally into 24 months = £152.92
Edited by: "MyBoozyHell" 20th Nov 2015
A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly nearer 50 than late 70s :-(
Taking mine back to Hyundai as the ABS is dangerous. F*cking thing sometimes just doesn't stop.
Other than that minor detail it's s great car. Anyone looking to buy nearly new, MotorPoint have great deals on ex lease ones mobile.motorpoint.co.uk/use…i30
Cold as it's a diesel.
Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type for your town or city on your local authority Web site and you'll find diesel cars way ahead in terms of nitrogen dioxide and particulate emissions.Leading to some towns and cities exceeding WHO safe levels for air quality on a regular basis. In the long run these emissions are harming young and old.
Please look at the facts before leasing or buying another diesel.
Cold voting because it's diesel is a little naive. The i30 is Euro 6 diesel engine. Euro 6 diesel cars will at least emit 50 per cent less nitrogen oxides than a Euro 5 diesel. The cap is 80 mg/km, compared to a 180 mg/km allowance for Euro 5 diesels.
joetipper

A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly … A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly nearer 50 than late 70s :-(



Nothing does late 70s, regardless of what brochures say.
joetipper

A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly … A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly nearer 50 than late 70s :-(



Same with any very recent car - expect 75% of listed combined mpg for petrol and 70% for diesel in the winter (diesels take twice as long to fully warm up and be their best) if driven on a 10/15 mile journey without driving it like a nun. Stop start usage on the test cycle massively skews the mpg as the test cycle sees the car at a standstill for 24% of the time.

My wife has an "80mpg" Audi A1 1.6TDI, with very similar output (116ps on the Audi, 110ps on the Hyundai) and it does 55mpg consistently. If we were willing to drive it at 60mph everywhere on 100 mile journeys, we might get up to 75mpg. Best had was early 60s.
had the i10 when my fiesta was in for repair n it was hideous to drive I don't know why these cars are so highly rated they feel cheap
jamgin

Cold as it's a diesel. Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type … Cold as it's a diesel. Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type for your town or city on your local authority Web site and you'll find diesel cars way ahead in terms of nitrogen dioxide and particulate emissions.Leading to some towns and cities exceeding WHO safe levels for air quality on a regular basis. In the long run these emissions are harming young and old.Please look at the facts before leasing or buying another diesel.



NOx is a problem in choked cities, not so much of a problem elsewhere - it disperses quickly. Modern diesels with a DPF put out fewer particulates than very modern direct injection petrol engines (these petrol cars are working more like diesels). Those petrol particulates are smaller, disperse further and are more easily inhaled than the diesel ones. By all means get the pre-DPF diesels off the road. Petrol cars are naturally low on NOx (the lower temps and pressures required for combustion don't support copious NOx generation), but they are by no means that "clean". Benzene used as an anti-knock agent is one of the worst carcinogens you can come across.

I swapped a diesel for a petrol and the exhaust tips are filthy with carbon residue, the diesel's ones never were.
brooky_agn

Taking mine back to Hyundai as the ABS is dangerous. F*cking thing … Taking mine back to Hyundai as the ABS is dangerous. F*cking thing sometimes just doesn't stop.



Then drive it through the dealerships front window jump out and say "I told you the brakes were no good", you might make the news!
jamgin

Cold as it's a diesel. Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type … Cold as it's a diesel. Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type for your town or city on your local authority Web site and you'll find diesel cars way ahead in terms of nitrogen dioxide and particulate emissions.Leading to some towns and cities exceeding WHO safe levels for air quality on a regular basis. In the long run these emissions are harming young and old.Please look at the facts before leasing or buying another diesel.


The "facts" are that both petrol and diesel are polluting and degrade our health and quality of life. Which is worse is related to the mode of use and still open to debate.
joetipper

A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly … A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly nearer 50 than late 70s :-(



​i concur, nice motor, more economical than my 745Li but no where near 78mpg but then with today's efficiency ratings racket I never expected it to be over 70mpg, was hoping for 65mpg lime as my old C3 1.4hdi from 2003 regularly gave 64mpg on the same route.
joetipper

A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly … A friend of mine has this car and the mpg figures are disappointingly nearer 50 than late 70s :-(


Maybe he should have asked for a 'personal mpg quote' based on exactly how and where and when he drives then? Surely they must have an algorithm to predict that for every driver, every tankful by now?

All this false outrage over 'official' mpg figures. They are comparison figures based on all vehicles going through the same test. A little hint here for the hard of understanding: YOUR CAR WILL NOT ACHIEVE THE OFFICIAL FIGURES.

I'd say 50mpg from a car of this size and type is pretty good. Would have been nearer 30 not many years ago and the emissions would have been a multiple of what they are these days.
Edited by: "Besford" 22nd Nov 2015
jamgin

Cold as it's a diesel. Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type … Cold as it's a diesel. Take a look at the biggest polluting vehicle type for your town or city on your local authority Web site and you'll find diesel cars way ahead in terms of nitrogen dioxide and particulate emissions.Leading to some towns and cities exceeding WHO safe levels for air quality on a regular basis. In the long run these emissions are harming young and old.Please look at the facts before leasing or buying another diesel.


Buses, taxis and trains are far more of a problem than current diesel cars. Besides, Gordon Brown said we all should drive diesels.
nn196411

had the i10 when my fiesta was in for repair n it was hideous to drive I … had the i10 when my fiesta was in for repair n it was hideous to drive I don't know why these cars are so highly rated they feel cheap


And the relevance to this deal is........................?
monkeyhanger75

Same with any very recent car - expect 75% of listed combined mpg for … Same with any very recent car - expect 75% of listed combined mpg for petrol and 70% for diesel in the winter (diesels take twice as long to fully warm up and be their best) if driven on a 10/15 mile journey without driving it like a nun. Stop start usage on the test cycle massively skews the mpg as the test cycle sees the car at a standstill for 24% of the time.My wife has an "80mpg" Audi A1 1.6TDI, with very similar output (116ps on the Audi, 110ps on the Hyundai) and it does 55mpg consistently. If we were willing to drive it at 60mph everywhere on 100 mile journeys, we might get up to 75mpg. Best had was early 60s.



I have one of these i30's (very pleased with it) and concur exactly with your statement.
nn196411

had the i10 when my fiesta was in for repair n it was hideous to drive I … had the i10 when my fiesta was in for repair n it was hideous to drive I don't know why these cars are so highly rated they feel cheap



That was an i10. Quite different price point.
The new fiesta is currently best in it's class for a reason.
brooky_agn

Taking mine back to Hyundai as the ABS is dangerous. F*cking thing … Taking mine back to Hyundai as the ABS is dangerous. F*cking thing sometimes just doesn't stop.



I've not noticed this with ours, but then I've been taking it easy as it is new.
Any opinions on / experiences with Freedom Options. Quite tempted by this as the numbers work for me but still something scary about committing to a lease from a random company.
I've had this car now for almost two months, and what a joy. Some nice features like adaptive lighting, and the rear seats fold completely flat to make a huge packing surface. Engine is remarkably smooth, and runs well at low revs, which suits my driving style. The MPG comments previously made are pretty accurate, in city driving I get about 57/58 MPG, motorway driving is low 60's. No issues with ABS, traction control, or anything else - the build quality is really soild. Note there was a facelift mid-2015, so the front looks slightly different than in the picture (much of a muchness). If you're looking for a boy racer though, this ain't it. Overall, great car.
I got into the diesel thing in the 90s to mid 2000s, then I tried petrol, there's no way ever that I'd go back now.
Grondboontjie

I've had this car now for almost two months, and what a joy. Some nice … I've had this car now for almost two months, and what a joy. Some nice features like adaptive lighting, and the rear seats fold completely flat to make a huge packing surface. Engine is remarkably smooth, and runs well at low revs, which suits my driving style. The MPG comments previously made are pretty accurate, in city driving I get about 57/58 MPG, motorway driving is low 60's. No issues with ABS, traction control, or anything else - the build quality is really soild. Note there was a facelift mid-2015, so the front looks slightly different than in the picture (much of a muchness). If you're looking for a boy racer though, this ain't it. Overall, great car.



Directional headlights have been on cars since the 1930s (The Czech produced Tatra). Citroen put them on their mass produced DS model in 1967. It wasn't until 2003 that manufacturers took up the idea again and various manufacturers have fitted them since then.

There's also been other headlamp innovations such as the Rabinow dimmer and Bone-Midland lamps which were next used by any manufacturer even though they were of cutting edge feature and design.

Who'd have thought headlights could be so interesting (or boring) >

en.wikipedia.org/wik…amp


Edited by: "fishmaster" 22nd Nov 2015
I'm using this version above 3 years. My best consumption 81 mpg - drove alone, no bags, distance 250 miles. 2 weeks ago family + bags: Coventry - Edinburgh 78 mpg. Both times no DPF cleaning. Excellent car except DPF. Urban consumption ~45mpg.
Besford

Buses, taxis and trains are far more of a problem than current diesel … Buses, taxis and trains are far more of a problem than current diesel cars. Besides, Gordon Brown said we all should drive diesels.




I think you'll find your wrong.
Try looking at some actual local authority air quality figures and you'll find the biggest polluters by % are diesel cars.
They obviously have a few i30's to shift! I dealt on the same model 3 weeks ago (delivery early Dec.), 24 x £144 payments, 10k miles pa. I got choice of colour, had to be metallic though. All I need is my insurance and a 2 year service when i hand it back ..around £180. Never leased before but the deal suits my circumstances. Lease arrangement was direct from a hyundai dealer in north of England. Spoke to local hyundai dealer in Scotland who said he couldn't get close to the deal.
jamgin

I think you'll find your wrong.Try looking at some actual local authority … I think you'll find your wrong.Try looking at some actual local authority air quality figures and you'll find the biggest polluters by % are diesel cars.


Oxford Street regularly one of the most polluted streets in Europe - cars are banned.
Depends on the traffic mix of course but most busses are awful and you only have to stand on a station platform to realise how bad diesel trains are. Cars are very very good these days (Euro 6) - there are just too many of them.
Besford

Oxford Street regularly one of the most polluted streets in Europe - cars … Oxford Street regularly one of the most polluted streets in Europe - cars are banned.Depends on the traffic mix of course but most busses are awful and you only have to stand on a station platform to realise how bad diesel trains are. Cars are very very good these days (Euro 6) - there are just too many of them.



The Panorama documentary last night is worth a watch. Stuipid government encouraging people into 'clean' diesel in the first place and crooked car manufacturers cheating the test (even Euro 6). To be honest the whole things a mess and it'll be Joe public that pays unfortunately.
10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far off my mileage but I do vary a fair bit
There was a good deal on these at rockar in blue water some time baco
Halfmad

10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far … 10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far off my mileage but I do vary a fair bit



There will be an excess mileage charge in pence per mile stipulated at the beginning of the contract. If you go over you just pay that amount at the end when you hand the car back
Halfmad

10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far … 10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far off my mileage but I do vary a fair bit



On my contract 4.08p + vat per mile over the 20k which I think is decent. I'll probably go over as well
Can anyone confirm its actually a diesel. The D is a bit of a giveaway but Hyundai label the, at CRDIs and the web page actually lists it as a petrol.
ravmania

Can anyone confirm its actually a diesel. The D is a bit of a giveaway … Can anyone confirm its actually a diesel. The D is a bit of a giveaway but Hyundai label the, at CRDIs and the web page actually lists it as a petrol.



Same here, it says a D in the title but says petrol.

Hmmm
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