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Hyundai Tucson 1.6d S Connect on 4yr PCP £249 deposit + £249/mo at Richmond Motor Group
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Hyundai Tucson 1.6d S Connect on 4yr PCP £249 deposit + £249/mo at Richmond Motor Group

£22,158£24,1758%Richmond Motor Group Deals
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Posted 10th Apr
Richmond Motor Group have discounted the RRP of this vehicle (£24175) plus added a dealer deposit contribution meaning its cheaper on this deal than an outright cash purchase vs the list price. Only 6,000miles pa, but if you're thinking of buying this vehicle at the end of the term, it doesn't apply. £249/deposit + £249/mo. 5 year unlimited mileage warranty.
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In the small print it says the guaranteed future value amount of £7668 is also a payment I believe.
The picture is the top of range model, not the one you get
gotchano1uk4 m ago

In the small print it says the guaranteed future value amount of £7668 is …In the small print it says the guaranteed future value amount of £7668 is also a payment I believe.


Correct. £12450 over 4 years or £22158 in total of you decide to buy the vehicle at the end
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Quinoa10th Apr

quick google found this[Image]


Bargain!
good deal especially as the warranty extends all the way through the term.
this is the petrol model (average 39mpg), so fuel consumption higher than diesel 1.6crdi (average 57 mpg)
Edited by: "cullies" 10th Apr
cullies10/04/2019 09:57

this is the petrol model (average 39mpg), so fuel consumption higher than …this is the petrol model (average 39mpg), so fuel consumption higher than diesel 1.6crdi (average 57 mpg)


The 1.6 CRDi does not get anywhere near 57mpg in real life: closer to 47mpg.
m5rcc10/04/2019 10:06

The 1.6 CRDi does not get anywhere near 57mpg in real life: closer to …The 1.6 CRDi does not get anywhere near 57mpg in real life: closer to 47mpg.


correct........just showing for comparison purposes with petrol as it doesnt get anywhere near 39mpg
cullies2 m ago

correct........just showing for comparison purposes with petrol as it …correct........just showing for comparison purposes with petrol as it doesnt get anywhere near 39mpg


Not strictly true...

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on the same site the 1.6 crdi diesel is 47.2 against 38.0 above
Edited by: "cullies" 10th Apr
cullies15 m ago

on the same site the 1.6 crdi diesel is 47.2 against 38.0 above


Not 57mpg as you initially claimed then?

A diesel will always be more economical than a petrol car. I'm just correcting your opinion that "petrol as it doesnt get anywhere near 39mpg" which is untrue.
To me this looks like a really good deal (although I know not a lot about PCP) - I can't understand why so many people have voted cold when it seems to save thousands, yet at the same time they will vote hot for something that saves a shilling off a tin of beans.
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