Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 5000 miles a year Select Car Leasing 24 month lease £4607.66
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 5000 miles a year Select Car Leasing 24 month lease £4607.66

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Found 25th Mar 2017
Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr

£143.99 x 23 = £3311.77
£1295.89 x1

Total £4607.66 = £192 per month

24 month lease
Only 5000 miles a year can increase if needed
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Looks a good price with the right specs/engine...possibly most will need more mileage though.
I doubt 5k miles is much use to most people
Original Poster
Does anyone know what Hyundai charge for going over your agreed mileage?
Edited by: "square88" 25th Mar 2017
jase.2

I doubt 5k miles is much use to most people



No problem - just pay for a bit more, still really cheap for this car.
is this for 15 reg or 17 reg?
is the 0-60 really 13.7 seconds?
PerfumePolly

is this for 15 reg or 17 reg?



Why would it be a 15 reg?
carlroberts1

is the 0-60 really 13.7 seconds?



Yup - makes sense. Weighs almost 1.6 tonnes and only 116bhp with 206 lb ft of torque.
Was wondering this myself.

It says 2015 in the name, but is that what the current model is called?
ajgilbs

Was wondering this myself. It says 2015 in the name, but is that what the … Was wondering this myself. It says 2015 in the name, but is that what the current model is called?



The facelift is due in 2018.
fishmaster

He/she is referring to the outdated photo here … He/she is referring to the outdated photo here >https://www.selectcarleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/hyundai/tucson/suv/17_crdi_blue_drive_se_nav_5dr_2wd/71703.html



It's just a stock photo. This car came out in 2015.
jase.2

I doubt 5k miles is much use to most people


A lot of people - maybe. But a fair amount of people £5000 is plenty. Until last year where I moved to a new job further away - I was doing around 4000 miles a year. Now I'm doing more like 7000 miles a year. A lot of people in many circumstances - 5000 is plenty

square88

Does anyone know what Hyundai charge for going over your agreed mileage?


I don't have my agreement to hand but I seem to recall it's 9p per mile including VAT for my Ioniq. Making it £90 for an extra 1000 miles.
Edited by: "hero9989" 26th Mar 2017
hero9989

I don't have my agreement to hand but I seem to recall it's 9p per mile … I don't have my agreement to hand but I seem to recall it's 9p per mile including VAT for my Ioniq. Making it £90 for an extra 1000 miles.



But be aware. Some, but not all, lease firms only allow you to have 10% excess mileage.
I must admit some people must have more money than sense , why would anyone who does less than 5k a year want to lease a car. A £4600 run about would last you years . Not so good for showing off on the school run as a pretend 4x4 though
m5rcc

Why would it be a 15 reg?



On the website the title states ''Hyundai Tucson Diesel Estate
1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 2WD [2015]''

I thought leases are usually for new cars hence why I was not sure
PerfumePolly

On the website the title states ''Hyundai Tucson Diesel Estate1.7 CRDi … On the website the title states ''Hyundai Tucson Diesel Estate1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 2WD [2015]''I thought leases are usually for new cars hence why I was not sure



It's a 2015-spec car. You will receive a 17-plate vehicle.
m5rcc

It's a 2015-spec car. You will receive a 17-plate vehicle.



Ok thank you.
Original Poster
Anyone go this this deal?
I'm in 2 minds
It's this or wait for a decent Seat Alteca 1.4.
square88

Anyone go this this deal? I'm in 2 minds It's this or wait for a decent … Anyone go this this deal? I'm in 2 minds It's this or wait for a decent Seat Alteca 1.4.



Wait for the Ateca 1.5 TSI. Forget the 1.4.
m5rcc

Yup - makes sense. Weighs almost 1.6 tonnes and only 116bhp with 206 lb … Yup - makes sense. Weighs almost 1.6 tonnes and only 116bhp with 206 lb ft of torque.


I wonder why they choose to get such low power out of diesel engines... It used to be 170bhp out of a 2.0 engine with 400N/m
MaximusRo

I wonder why they choose to get such low power out of diesel engines... … I wonder why they choose to get such low power out of diesel engines... It used to be 170bhp out of a 2.0 engine with 400N/m



To get it in band C VED probably...
Allowed to drive under 14 miles per day........Get real
You can do about 12 miles a day for nearly 5 grand.

Yippee.
who does 5k a year???... a more representive mileage would be helpful
harperpeter5

who does 5k a year???... a more representive mileage would be helpful



People who don't have to commute silly miles and get stuck in traffic?
dale86uk

People who don't have to commute silly miles and get stuck in traffic?



If not driving a decent mileage then you shouldn't be driving a diesel.
villan57

I must admit some people must have more money than sense , why would … I must admit some people must have more money than sense , why would anyone who does less than 5k a year want to lease a car. A £4600 run about would last you years . Not so good for showing off on the school run as a pretend 4x4 though



Showing off in a Hyundai ?!!
If you're going to drive round in a brand new car that you can't afford outright, at least get one that's got something about it.
dishmachine888

Showing off in a Hyundai ?!!If you're going to drive round in a brand new … Showing off in a Hyundai ?!!If you're going to drive round in a brand new car that you can't afford outright, at least get one that's got something about it.



I used to be a brand snob regarding Hyundai but that changed about 3 days after my wife got an i10! We tried all the usual suspects (VW Up, Seat Mii, Kia Picanto) but the i10 blew them all out of the water! So beautifully built (in turkey, no less!), very very quiet and a really nice, relaxing drive. 5 year U/L mileage warranty and 5 years full package AA breakdown cover. Oh, and 5 seats/doors (OK, the middle seat is not for long distances but we've used it more than we thought we would and at least it exists, unlike on the VW and Mii).

Soooooo....I'm sold, my next car will be a Hyundai and the Tucson is on that list (along with the i30 and i40). The styling on these cars is up there with all the other makes these days. IIRC doesn't the bloke who designed the new Beetle and the Audi TT now work for them? If the Tucson had an Audi/BMW/Merc badge on the front, car snobs would be in raptures lol.

Edited by: "bellboys" 27th Mar 2017
bellboys

I used to be a brand snob regarding Hyundai but that changed about 3 days … I used to be a brand snob regarding Hyundai but that changed about 3 days after my wife got an i10! We tried all the usual suspects (VW Up, Seat Mii, Kia Picanto) but the i10 blew them all out of the water! So beautifully built (in turkey, no less!), very very quiet and a really nice, relaxing drive. 5 year U/L mileage warranty and 5 years full package AA breakdown cover. Oh, and 5 seats/doors (OK, the middle seat is not for long distances but we've used it more than we thought we would and at least it exists, unlike on the VW and Mii).Soooooo....I'm sold, my next car will be a Hyundai and the Tucson is on that list (along with the i30 and i40). The styling on these cars is up there with all the other makes these days. IIRC doesn't the bloke who designed the new Beetle and the Audi TT now work for them? If the Tucson had an Audi/BMW/Merc badge on the front, car snobs would be in raptures lol.


Don't push it, you can't compare Hyundai with Audi/BMW/Merc
Let's keep it in the band it plays, along with Renault, Nissan, Vauxhal and the like.
MaximusRo

Don't push it, you can't compare Hyundai with Audi/BMW/Merc



That's right - the German brands will NEVER have a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty, be genuinely good value for money, or stop having massive engine failure rates.
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harperpeter5

who does 5k a year???... a more representive mileage would be helpful



5K miles may work for people who do more than 5K miles a year but own more than one car so their mileage is spread across their other cars. Or their work vehicle is a van etc.

Usually there will be circumstances to fit.
ezzer72

That's right - the German brands will NEVER have a 5 year unlimited … That's right - the German brands will NEVER have a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty, be genuinely good value for money, or stop having massive engine failure rates.



I mean, I can claim whatever I like without the facts to back it up.
ollie87

I mean, I can claim whatever I like without the facts to back it up.



​Google German engine failure
ezzer72

That's right - the German brands will NEVER have a 5 year unlimited … That's right - the German brands will NEVER have a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty, be genuinely good value for money, or stop having massive engine failure rates.



One could argue that the reason Kia/Hyundai offered a long warranty was because they wanted to gain market share from the established brands. And whilst they have done that to an extent, they are still way down on sales from Toyota/VAG.
ollie87

I mean, I can claim whatever I like without the facts to back it up.



German brands, especially VW have perceived quality based on yesteryear when mkII Golfs were indeed of decent build and quality.

Simply Google "BMW N47".
m5rcc

German brands, especially VW have perceived quality based on yesteryear … German brands, especially VW have perceived quality based on yesteryear when mkII Golfs were indeed of decent build and quality.Simply Google "BMW N47".



It may well be true.

However I'm sick of bull-**** claims all over the internet without actual facts to back it up.
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