Hyundai i30 Lease for £94 per month / initial payment of £853.20 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£2704.79 total)
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Hyundai i30 Lease for £94 per month / initial payment of £853.20 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£2704.79 total)

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Found 1st Feb
Saw this when looking at the Volvo that was posted yesterday. Passed on to a relative who was looking for a cheap car.

Also available with no money up front at £136 per month.

Hyundai i30 Hatchback 1.0T GDI Blue Drive S 5dr
Brake Horse Power:120 bhp

£94.80 incl VAT monthly rentals
£853.20 incl VAT initial rental
Personal contract hire
Contract term : 18 months
Rental profile : 9 + 17
Annual mileage : 8000
Processing fee :£239.99
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Pimpson2 m ago

What does 9 + 17 mean please?


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Cheaper here (by nearly £400 over the term):

whatcar.com/car…45/

Same car, same mileage with choice of metallic paints.
samspud4 m ago

https://www.whatcar.com/hyundai/i30/hatchback/review/Can't argue at this …https://www.whatcar.com/hyundai/i30/hatchback/review/Can't argue at this price but reviews suggesting a bit boring and limp - especially this S model. Good little engine though


WhatCar hate anything that's not a VW golf or BMW 3 series. Most review sites are biased.
If it's £136 a month with no money up front, isn't that better than the other way? Even assuming you have to pay the £240 processing fee, I still think it's cheaper.

With deposit:
£2704.79 / 18 = £150.27 a month

Without:
£136 x 18 + £239.99 = £2687.99 / 18 = £149.33 a month
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Dirt cheap! Hot
I'm going to get this. Have been looking myself for my first lease, and this gets a good write up.

After initial shell out, less than £25 a week for a new car. HOT!!
Excellent deal on an excellent car! Heat added.
If it's £136 a month with no money up front, isn't that better than the other way? Even assuming you have to pay the £240 processing fee, I still think it's cheaper.

With deposit:
£2704.79 / 18 = £150.27 a month

Without:
£136 x 18 + £239.99 = £2687.99 / 18 = £149.33 a month
Absolute stonking deal
Cheaper here (by nearly £400 over the term):

whatcar.com/car…45/

Same car, same mileage with choice of metallic paints.
Thanks for this! What do I actually click on to apply for it? Do I use the 'Quote me now' button?
Includes Metallic Paint too.

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I've had the estate version for a few years. ABS has a mind of its own and sometimes it doesn't stop or allow you to brake fully as much as you need too. Hyundai say it's fine but it's not and only happens from time to time. Doubt I'll buy this brand again. Other than that it's been a cracking car.
I’m really interested in that car - that would be my first lease though, with that in mind should I consider including maintenance in the contract? Looking at 24-36 months terms. Thanks
whatcar.com/hyu…ew/

Can't argue at this price but reviews suggesting a bit boring and limp - especially this S model. Good little engine though
Can you test drive before you lease on these?
cpandk2 m ago

Can you test drive before you lease on these?

Go to Hyundai dealer to arrange a no- obligation test drive
samspud4 m ago

https://www.whatcar.com/hyundai/i30/hatchback/review/Can't argue at this …https://www.whatcar.com/hyundai/i30/hatchback/review/Can't argue at this price but reviews suggesting a bit boring and limp - especially this S model. Good little engine though


WhatCar hate anything that's not a VW golf or BMW 3 series. Most review sites are biased.
cpandk4 m ago

Can you test drive before you lease on these?


You'll probably miss the offer. Plus it's only for 18 months, you'll be more than happy with the car.
Gollywood3 m ago

Go to Hyundai dealer to arrange a no- obligation test drive


Yes, ideally on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon when the sales person could be spending their time with someone who is there to buy a car from him/her.
Excellent deal
What about insurance on the car?
No money up front = Hot (at least on HUKD )
Amazing deal. I'm very tempted. Especially through the whatcar.com deal. Just over £600 down and £100 a month!
Is there an option to buy (or can you add one) at the end of the contract?
haa05182 m ago

What about insurance on the car?


Amazingly, it's not included.
No android auto In this I take it
haa05184 m ago

What about insurance on the car?

Yes. You have to buy some
mooty46 m ago

If it's £136 a month with no money up front, isn't that better than the …If it's £136 a month with no money up front, isn't that better than the other way? Even assuming you have to pay the £240 processing fee, I still think it's cheaper.With deposit:£2704.79 / 18 = £150.27 a monthWithout:£136 x 18 + £239.99 = £2687.99 / 18 = £149.33 a month


Get yourself a pint for spotting that (well every 3-4 months anyway 😁)
brooky_agn12 m ago

WhatCar hate anything that's not a VW golf or BMW 3 series. Most review …WhatCar hate anything that's not a VW golf or BMW 3 series. Most review sites are biased.


Have you driven it? It is dull. For anyone who wants to drive one before they judge it, sign up to zipcar, you can get a few hours of free driving credit, sign up online, unlock their cars with your phone, they have these i30's and golfs and all sorts of other vehicles, go test drive them all for free. Then come back here and share your review of this car. I did that and it's dull. But if you need a practical reliable comfortable A-B car for cheap it's fine.
royaltee2 m ago

Have you driven it? It is dull. For anyone who wants to drive one before …Have you driven it? It is dull. For anyone who wants to drive one before they judge it, sign up to zipcar, you can get a few hours of free driving credit, sign up online, unlock their cars with your phone, they have these i30's and golfs and all sorts of other vehicles, go test drive them all for free. Then come back here and share your review of this car. I did that and it's dull. But if you need a practical reliable comfortable A-B car for cheap it's fine.


Yes I own the 1.6 diesel (128bhp I think). I don't think people buy this car for enjoyment. It's purely functional and cheap.
Edited by: "brooky_agn" 1st Feb
haa051813 m ago

What about insurance on the car?


Included.

As well as a return of all payments when you return the car and a complimentary massage from Bob Marley.
What does 9 + 17 mean please?
rehydrated1 h, 0 m ago

I'm going to get this. Have been looking myself for my first lease, and …I'm going to get this. Have been looking myself for my first lease, and this gets a good write up.After initial shell out, less than £25 a week for a new car. HOT!!


I own a Hyundai i10 from new for over 2years. Nothing, and I mean nothing (not even a headlight) has gone on it so far. This model is 2 up from mine.

Superb cars. Good choice
karlie8852 m ago

Cheaper here (by nearly £400 over the …Cheaper here (by nearly £400 over the term):https://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/personal/hyundai/i30-hatchback/10t-gdi-s-5dr/2602445/Same car, same mileage with choice of metallic paints.



I have had four lease quotes from dealers via What Car this week (not this car I must add).
None of them came back at the advertised price, all were more expensive.
Pimpson3 m ago

What does 9 + 17 mean please?

17 monthly payments & an Advanced payment (made up of 9 payments) so effectively 26 months payment for 18 month lease
Edited by: "Gollywood" 1st Feb
Pimpson2 m ago

What does 9 + 17 mean please?


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Pimpson4 m ago

What does 9 + 17 mean please?


I think it means you pay 9 months in the first month and then 17 monthly payments there after. So if it cost £100, you would pay £900 the first month and then 17 months at £100 thereafter but I've never done a lease so others will be better placed to confirm if am correct or not.
Nilocman3 m ago

I think it means you pay 9 months in the first month and then 17 monthly …I think it means you pay 9 months in the first month and then 17 monthly payments there after. So if it cost £100, you would pay £900 the first month and then 17 months at £100 thereafter but I've never done a lease so others will be better placed to confirm if am correct or not.

Spot on. There might also be a processing fee that goes to the lease company
timmyboy1476 m ago

I own a Hyundai i10 from new for over 2years. Nothing, and I mean nothing …I own a Hyundai i10 from new for over 2years. Nothing, and I mean nothing (not even a headlight) has gone on it so far. This model is 2 up from mine.Superb cars. Good choice


I've had failed Aircon, chrome window trim falling off and reverse camera stopped working just a few days ago. All fixed under warranty but not got it booked for reverse camera yet. Been really happy with the car though as a cheap family trash mobile.
This is an entry level i30 (with a ridiculously low cost attached) but they are a perfectly good car, and much better in many respects than some others that have a posher badge applied to the grille.

They do a less boring version too, and it's actually epic;

read-motorgroup.co.uk/hyu…ch/
brooky_agn12 m ago

Yes I own the 1.6 diesel (128bhp I think). I don't think people buy this …Yes I own the 1.6 diesel (128bhp I think). I don't think people buy this car for enjoyment. It's purely functional and cheap.


So isn't the what car review completely accurate? It pretty much says exactly what we are both saying and agreeing on. Not that I am particularly interested in defending them but I don't think they hate anything that is not a golf.
Don’t forget the hundreds/thousands in fees when you take it back. (Stone chips, dents, scratches etc...)
I can’t even pass my theory test then I have to do my practical and my professional licence expires this year?? Oh well I can always dream
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