Hyundai SONATA Scrappage Deal Brand New £9790 Discount £7,900
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Hyundai SONATA Scrappage Deal Brand New £9790 Discount £7,900

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Found 4th Aug 2009
Here are the details of this fantastic Luxury Saloon

17" alloy wheels
Active head restraints
Climate control
Driver, front passenger, side and roof airbags
Electronic Stability Programme (ESP)
Front and rear electric windows
Leather seat facings
Remote central locking with alarm
Satellite Navigation (Smartnav)
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
Stereo RDS Radio/CD player

Also it comes with the Hyundai 5 Years 100,000 Milleage Warranty

This a a fantastic deal which you can only get hold of by going direct to your local dealer.

I think this is the best Scrappage deal in the market currentley.

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.....which model is £7,900 (& is that OTR price?)

sajsaleem;5930928

.....which model is £7,900 (& is that OTR price?)



£7900.00 is the discount.

Original Poster

Its the 2.O Petrol CDX Sonata Manual with Metallic Paint. OTR Price after the discount of £7,900 is £9,700

Didn't Hyundai used to do 'Buy One Get One Free' or was that one of the other Korean car makers!!!!

Original Poster

Stop being silly, and honestly tell me what is wrong with buying this car

This is a cracking deal - but why "email me if you need any more information"? - surely you can put the info here?

gsloman;5931031

This is a cracking deal - but why "email me if you need any more … This is a cracking deal - but why "email me if you need any more information"? - surely you can put the info here?



Because it is SPAM, no doubt he is a salesman for them.

AAAli;5931020

Stop being silly, and honestly tell me what is wrong with buying this car



Well I suspect that nobody has ever paid anything like the retail price for one.

Original Poster

That was just if you wanted any info on the car itself, as i have mine now and it is fantastic considering the price i have paid for it

AAAli;5931020

Stop being silly, and honestly tell me what is wrong with buying this car



If the above is in response to the buy one get one free post, then yes they did offer this, though it was through a 3rd party.

I'm not being silly, its true, I think it was Daewoo or one of the others.......buy a new car, then at the end of 1 year or 3 years, get one free.........I'm sure people remember that.
Also, I've never driven a Hyundai, so I can't comment on whether its good or bad!

AAAli;5931020

Stop being silly, and honestly tell me what is wrong with buying this car



The car is awful, it gets terrible reviews and in 3 years time it will be worth buttons.

If your only goal is to get a large family car, brand new, for as cheap as possible then its an ok deal. If however you want to get a half decent family car (2nd hand) for £9790 then its ice cold. Personally I would buy a 6-12 month old Vectra/Mondeo rather than this for the same money, or even less.

Not voted....

Well, don't look into the residual values it will horrify you, make sure you keep it for a while.

If you tried to part/ex it now a dealer wouldn't give you much over 5k for it. Ouch.

they were doing diesel sebrings/avengers and vectras for this money recently, nowt special at all

sajsaleem;5930998

Didn't Hyundai used to do 'Buy One Get One Free' or was that one of the … Didn't Hyundai used to do 'Buy One Get One Free' or was that one of the other Korean car makers!!!!



Wasnt this daewoo, and only because Chevrolet had bought them out, so after 1 or 3 years they would just get a Chevrolet badged car instead of marketing the daewoo name.

Seriously not worth even that much. I know residual values are poor anyway, but this cars ones are truly shocking. Plus the reviews are almost as bad. I agree with the earlier post, buy a 6-12 month old car instead. Also 2.0 litre petrol, I'd personally go for diesel, if I was in the market for this type of car (though having said that I am currently running a mini cooper S, with the Haartge upgrade, so that's not exactly economical either, good for pocket on tax etc either).

sajsaleem;5930998

Didn't Hyundai used to do 'Buy One Get One Free' or was that one of the … Didn't Hyundai used to do 'Buy One Get One Free' or was that one of the other Korean car makers!!!!



Ford did this with the scorpio and fiesta

Original Poster

Have any of you seen one, sat in one or driven one. One of the best selling cars in US (OK I know what you are thinking) stills feels like a luxury car. Looks good.

You could buy other cars 6 -12 months old for similar money, would you get all the goodies or the 5 year 100,000 mile warranty. I do 6000 miles a year It will cost me £200 in extra fuel cost a year diseal would have cost £1000 more buy a diesal it woul have taken 5 years to break even. You are wrong about the price of a second hand Sonata yes loss in value is steep if you buy at £15K + but at 9790 I am looking to loose no more then 2k in 2 Year 3K in 3 Years. I will keep this car for 10 years + as i did my last one and hopefull scarp it for aother £7600 Discount.

AAAli;5941336

Have any of you seen one, sat in one or driven one. One of the best … Have any of you seen one, sat in one or driven one. One of the best selling cars in US (OK I know what you are thinking) stills feels like a luxury car. Looks good. You could buy other cars 6 -12 months old for similar money, would you get all the goodies or the 5 year 100,000 mile warranty. I do 6000 miles a year It will cost me £200 in extra fuel cost a year diseal would have cost £1000 more buy a diesal it woul have taken 5 years to break even. You are wrong about the price of a second hand Sonata yes loss in value is steep if you buy at £15K + but at 9790 I am looking to loose no more then 2k in 2 Year 3K in 3 Years. I will keep this car for 10 years + as i did my last one and hopefull scarp it for aother £7600 Discount.



some interesting points though i think your depreciation estimates are a little optimistic and your spelling is atroshus :thumbsup:

sorry
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