Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDI, 61.7 mpg 36 months - initial Rental £1,499.76 Excl vat  Processing Fee £165.00 - £7663.80 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDI, 61.7 mpg 36 months - initial Rental £1,499.76 Excl vat Processing Fee £165.00 - £7663.80 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts

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Found 7th Mar 2017
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500.22 + 198 + (35x166.74=5835.90)
= £ 6534 toat cost for 3 years.

Car price OTR £ 20845
This car at 1 year old for sale in auto trader
now £15000, it already lost value of £5585 after first year, leasing is def the better option for this car

Initial Rental £500.22 Incl VAT

Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT

£166.74 per month (36 months) for personal leasing inc vat. Not bad price for a brand new large family suv, 6000 miles per year.

They say in stock and delivery in about 2 weeks
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I love my Tucson
lovely deal as no interest involved.
newchappers

I love my Tucson


If you don't mind asking, did you go for a lease? Appreciate if you can share any information. Thanks.
I was looking at this.
Original Poster
I leased 4 different cars from them in the last 6 years for my company,
I just check their website occasionally to update myself. I saw this tucson in their special offer section, thought it might be useful to someone
So far I didn't have any problems with nationwide
Leasing is always the best option if you want a brand new car, as the car will loose its value more than the leased price at the end of contract, make sure you tell your insurance co that the car is leased
Not there any more?
Original Poster
Pls read thoroughly,
even you may understand it too although you don't have brain in your skull
( for people who won't read details and just give cold )
Original Poster
Where it says; OUR LATEST HOT OFFERS
scroll left or right till you get to tuscan.
I just checked now
Yes , I lease my Tucson , got the Premium SE (I think) , never had a problem with it , it parks itself if which is handy as I'm not that good at parking , also screams at me if I'm going to hit the car in front and once told me off for not having my hands on the steering wheel so it's pretty clever
Ali.Balamir

Pls read thoroughly, even you may understand it too although you don't … Pls read thoroughly, even you may understand it too although you don't have brain in your skull ( for people who won't read details and just give cold )



​A bit harsh.
gpawan

Not there any more?



Try leasing some manners
Good deal, however, I was in the market for an SUV kind of vehicle back in November and I had my hear set on a Tucson after my wife's i30 hadn't skipped a beat in three years, as well as her interior being lovely.

I took the Tucson for a test drive and was really disappointed with the lifeless interior and dash. It just all seemed to let it down. There was a lot of hard plastic on the dash and it just felt a lot different to the i30. It was a real shame cause I loved the look of the car and I still do but it didn't feel like a very comfortable place to be and I needed it to be because I drive around 70 miles a day.
I've got a Tucson, had it 18months and it's great never skipped a beat. Drives lovely comfortable interior reversing camera,Loads of gadgets and gizmos. Lots of room for passengers and storage etc overall a great all rounder of a car. Mines a 2l Diesel SE nav I think! oO
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