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Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99pm + £1200 initial + £140 fee = £5940 @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99pm + £1200 initial + £140 fee = £5940 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 5th Dec 2019

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Good price for this Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback Special Edition -1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT (2020 model) on a 2 year lease with 8k miles p/a. £199.99 per month (6+23) plus £1199.94 initial and £140 admin - so £247.49 net per month. Decent specs and 78.5 MPG. Car is in stock for delivery and includes a choice of metallic grey or black. Works out at just under 23.4% of P11D and over 20% cheaper than other providers (based on leasing.com (http://leasing.com) comparison). Estimated residual value is £14.4k after 2 years so leasing looks a good option versus buying new unless you can find a deal for new less than £20k.

Specs for the Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT include Metallic Paint , Electric parking brake, Regenerative braking system, Apple car play/Android Auto, Cruise control, Parking system with rear camera and guidance system, Rear parking sensor, 10.25" touchscreen satellite navigation includes traffic messaging channel, mapcare, live services and bluelink, Supervision cluster with 7" high resolution TFT LCD, Power folding door mirrors, Infinity sound system includes 8 Speakers, Door mirror puddle lights, 17" alloy wheels, Heated front seats, Heated steering wheel, and Dual zone climate control.



Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT
(2020 model)

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1199.94 initial
  • 23 monthly payments of £199.99
  • £140 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £5,939.71 or £247.49 net per month
  • Hybrid
  • Gearbox Automatic
  • 78.5 MPG combined
  • In stock - ready for delivery

P11D value with metallic is £25,365.00

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thewolf8u05/12/2019 17:48

There are far better cars which are more fun and well just better for £6k …There are far better cars which are more fun and well just better for £6k than this


Not everyone is bothered about having a bit of "fun" when they drive. I drive 10 miles each way as part of my commute. I join an A road, drive 70MPH (ish) for those 10 miles, pull off and park. Why do I need to have some fun?

Even on a long journey on the motorway, I just drive. If a car is going slower than I want to drive, I check my mirrors, indicate (I don't have a BMW), pull out and overtake. Once done, I return to the lane I was in. You do something "fun" in that situation?

My drive is comfortable. I Might listen to the radio or play some music.
Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will still be worth £4000. Lol
Savo05/12/2019 17:12

I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this …I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this getting voted hot :-)


2 year lease on this will be about the same as your fuel bill!! ⛽
I have the electric version. Amazing car. Worth every penny.
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Any ideas how long their delivery is? Hot deal btw
Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will still be worth £4000. Lol
Hustler133705/12/2019 15:32

Any ideas how long their delivery is? Hot deal btw




Is in stock, so probably around 3 weeks subject to paperwork etc as a guide
thewolf8u05/12/2019 15:53

Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will …Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will still be worth £4000. Lol


I'd agree with this because nobody's going to be lusting over your Hyundai Ioniq no matter if you bought it or leased it
I have the electric version. Amazing car. Worth every penny.
such a hideous looking thing ,but if this is your kinda pensioner shopping wagon, just please don't stop to try and tell anyone about it
ShineHunter05/12/2019 16:07

I have the electric version. Amazing car. Worth every penny.


Can I ask what's the range like for the electric version? Thanks...
ah_heng05/12/2019 16:31

Can I ask what's the range like for the electric version? Thanks...

Ditto. And which version you have? They have released a newer version of the electric ioniq.
I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this getting voted hot :-)
Savo05/12/2019 17:12

I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this …I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this getting voted hot :-)


2 year lease on this will be about the same as your fuel bill!! ⛽
Where do you put your knees if you sit in the back?
If you are a Public sector you can get the full electric version for circa £160 per month with no upfront cost including servicing, tyres, insurance etc. Works out around £4000 for two year lease. Look at the website NHS Fleet Solutions. You have to be NHS worker with an access code to enter the full site to generate quotes though.
thewolf8u05/12/2019 15:53

Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will …Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will still be worth £4000. Lol


Alternatively buy it outright. After 2 years it will have lost a lot more than £5940. At least you would have had 2 years driving a nice new car rather than something a similar size that is 6 or 7 years old.
ah_heng05/12/2019 16:31

Can I ask what's the range like for the electric version? Thanks...


I get about 150-170 summer and 110-130 winter. Older version though newer version coming next year.
vincentsilver05/12/2019 17:37

If you are a Public sector you can get the full electric version for circa …If you are a Public sector you can get the full electric version for circa £160 per month with no upfront cost including servicing, tyres, insurance etc. Works out around £4000 for two year lease. Look at the website NHS Fleet Solutions. You have to be NHS worker with an access code to enter the full site to generate quotes though.


Do you know if they do friends and family deals? Few friends work for the NHS but I do not.
itsmattyjayy05/12/2019 17:45

Do you know if they do friends and family deals? Few friends work for the …Do you know if they do friends and family deals? Few friends work for the NHS but I do not.


I think it would be open to all as everyone must have friend or family working in the NHS!
itsmattyjayy05/12/2019 17:45

Do you know if they do friends and family deals? Few friends work for the …Do you know if they do friends and family deals? Few friends work for the NHS but I do not.


You would have to be a very close friend. Money comes directly from NHS salary. I ordered electric golf. Wife is non-Nhs but is listed as primary driver. Money deducted from my Nhs salary
smk7705/12/2019 17:38

Alternatively buy it outright. After 2 years it will have lost a lot more …Alternatively buy it outright. After 2 years it will have lost a lot more than £5940. At least you would have had 2 years driving a nice new car rather than something a similar size that is 6 or 7 years old.


There are far better cars which are more fun and well just better for £6k than this
Only metallic options left in stock. Deposit is £212 more, monthly payments £35 more and admin fee £40 more. Works out at £7027.63 over term of the lease or £292.82 per month (net).
vincentsilver05/12/2019 17:37

If you are a Public sector you can get the full electric version for circa …If you are a Public sector you can get the full electric version for circa £160 per month with no upfront cost including servicing, tyres, insurance etc. Works out around £4000 for two year lease. Look at the website NHS Fleet Solutions. You have to be NHS worker with an access code to enter the full site to generate quotes though.


Ah damn. Our health board uses Knowles Fleet and it's £185pm on there for a 3 year lease. Will still get it though cos it's cheaper than any other lease.
Edited by: "abdiman" 5th Dec 2019
sv7005/12/2019 16:25

such a hideous looking thing ,but if this is your kinda pensioner …such a hideous looking thing ,but if this is your kinda pensioner shopping wagon, just please don't stop to try and tell anyone about it


Oh looks like we have one that missed the full electric deal.
Had my hybrid since September, love it. Lovely car to drive, cheap to run and can get to and from work on purely electric motor. Does approx. 40 mile per charge, I've hit 137mpg!
You might be able to get a salary sacrifice car through your employer. I work for a Local Authority that uses Tusker. I'm getting a fully maintained and insured i3 for net £254 a month for 3 years. It'll cost me pennies to run.
thewolf8u05/12/2019 15:53

Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will …Alternatively buy a second hand car for £5940 and after 2 years it will still be worth £4000. Lol


If everybody does that rather than buy/lease new cars, how are you going to buy your second hand scrappers?
L0rdluk3n05/12/2019 18:39

If everybody does that rather than buy/lease new cars, how are you going …If everybody does that rather than buy/lease new cars, how are you going to buy your second hand scrappers?


Cuba managed without new cars for 50 years
thewolf8u05/12/2019 17:48

There are far better cars which are more fun and well just better for £6k …There are far better cars which are more fun and well just better for £6k than this


Not everyone is bothered about having a bit of "fun" when they drive. I drive 10 miles each way as part of my commute. I join an A road, drive 70MPH (ish) for those 10 miles, pull off and park. Why do I need to have some fun?

Even on a long journey on the motorway, I just drive. If a car is going slower than I want to drive, I check my mirrors, indicate (I don't have a BMW), pull out and overtake. Once done, I return to the lane I was in. You do something "fun" in that situation?

My drive is comfortable. I Might listen to the radio or play some music.
smk7705/12/2019 18:52

Not everyone is bothered about having a bit of "fun" when they drive. I …Not everyone is bothered about having a bit of "fun" when they drive. I drive 10 miles each way as part of my commute. I join an A road, drive 70MPH (ish) for those 10 miles, pull off and park. Why do I need to have some fun?Even on a long journey on the motorway, I just drive. If a car is going slower than I want to drive, I check my mirrors, indicate (I don't have a BMW), pull out and overtake. Once done, I return to the lane I was in. You do something "fun" in that situation?My drive is comfortable. I Might listen to the radio or play some music.


I agree ..... some people don’t like “fun”
Savo05/12/2019 17:12

I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this …I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this getting voted hot :-)


You'd have to average 15 mpg to 'only' spend £3000.

Oddly, everyone I've ever met who owns a V8, proudly tells me they get less than 15 mpg. Maybe you're the exception.
Savo05/12/2019 17:12

I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this …I thought spending £3000 for my 19yo V8 was madness until I seen this getting voted hot :-)


No the madness was you had to pop into a hybrid car thread. To then try and impress us with your gas guzzling V8.
thewolf8u05/12/2019 18:49

Cuba managed without new cars for 50 years


They don’t salt the roads in Cuba.
Ex demo models can be had for 17k, and the Phev version which will probably have better residuals for around 20k. Can't see you losing £6k in two years on either.
ShineHunter05/12/2019 16:07

I have the electric version. Amazing car. Worth every penny.


What do you like the most about it? I suppose you can't really expect much performance from it right?
thewolf8u05/12/2019 18:53

I agree ..... some people don’t like “fun”


That was very predictable . So was laughing at your own comments.
smk7705/12/2019 19:51

That was very predictable . So was laughing at your own comments.


Your own? ..... pick one word will ya
smk7705/12/2019 18:52

Not everyone is bothered about having a bit of "fun" when they drive. I …Not everyone is bothered about having a bit of "fun" when they drive. I drive 10 miles each way as part of my commute. I join an A road, drive 70MPH (ish) for those 10 miles, pull off and park. Why do I need to have some fun?Even on a long journey on the motorway, I just drive. If a car is going slower than I want to drive, I check my mirrors, indicate (I don't have a BMW), pull out and overtake. Once done, I return to the lane I was in. You do something "fun" in that situation?My drive is comfortable. I Might listen to the radio or play some music.


Please start checking your blindspot, especially while you're changing lanes at 70mph.
Thanks, signed every other road user in the country.
Edited by: "HuttsBCA" 5th Dec 2019
MildmanneredCalvin05/12/2019 19:43

What do you like the most about it? I suppose you can't really expect much …What do you like the most about it? I suppose you can't really expect much performance from it right?


Does 0 to 60 in about 8-9secs so not super fast but not slow. Some much I like. Silent, Autopilot, Cold front seats, comfort...
HuttsBCA05/12/2019 20:16

Please start checking your blindspot, especially while you're changing …Please start checking your blindspot, especially while you're changing lanes at 70mph.Thanks, every other road user on the country.


Ha ha! you got me on that one! But after 25 years driving with no accidents, I don't think any road user needs to worry about my driving. It's the ones that see driving as a bit of "fun" you need to be concerned about. They are usually having so much fun in their car that they forget mirrors and indicators.
Edited by: "smk77" 5th Dec 2019
vincentsilver05/12/2019 17:48

You would have to be a very close friend. Money comes directly from NHS …You would have to be a very close friend. Money comes directly from NHS salary. I ordered electric golf. Wife is non-Nhs but is listed as primary driver. Money deducted from my Nhs salary


Ah, thanks for the reply! Assumed it would be strict but there are companies that allow refferals hence my question!

On goes the search for my next car!
itsmattyjayy05/12/2019 20:21

Ah, thanks for the reply! Assumed it would be strict but there are …Ah, thanks for the reply! Assumed it would be strict but there are companies that allow refferals hence my question!On goes the search for my next car!


Would be worth looking at any business lease scheme. Should be able to get close to nhs fleet prices minus the insurance costs.
Savings are mainly due to the 0% company car tax announced for next year and 1% the following year. These BIK/company car rates apply only to business lease deals and only to full electric vehicles with a range of at least 130 miles so keep your search limited to cars that meet these criteria. I saw a jaguar iPace around £300, VW golf, Hyundai iconic and nissan leaf all around £160
Oneday7705/12/2019 19:10

They don’t salt the roads in Cuba.


Pretty sure they don’t get the same weather
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