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Hyundai Tucson Estate 1.6 GDi SE Nav - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99 pm no deposit + £199 admin fee = £4998.76 @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Tucson Estate 1.6 GDi SE Nav - 24 Month Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99 pm no deposit + £199 admin fee = £4998.76 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 3rd Dec 2018

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Decent price for the Hyundai Tucson on a 2 year lease (8k miles per annum) - works out at £199.99 per month with no deposit or £208.28 net including admin fee.

Specs include 17" alloy wheels, Sat Nav, Apple Car Play/Android Auto, Reversing Camera and Rear View Camera, as well as 8” Touch Screen. Also road tax and 12 month breakdown assistance included. In stock now. In terms of price comparison, looks to be much cheaper versus other sites e.g. looking at £300+ per month on a 1 x 23 profile with 8k miles per annum




Hyundai Tucson Estate 1.6 GDi SE Nav

  • 1 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £199.99 upfront payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £199.99
  • Admin fee of £199
  • Total cost of lease = £4998.76 or £208.28 net per month
  • Petrol

List price: £22,975



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Admast7903/12/2018 13:04

What's the point of having it with so low mileage allowance?


For people who do 8k or less than that a year, why else?
This is an amazing deal! I'm not sure that pic of the front end is correct, because they recently facelifted it with a new infotainment screen that sits atop the dash like a tablet, whereas this deal will be for the old interior and old non-Turbo engine. I got the 2017 one on lease December last year on a 1+35 deal, 8k miles p/a for £217.20 - no admin fee plus they threw in free window tints (not even an Hyundai option on the SE Nav) after I played 2 dealers off each other on price. Mine doesn't have the updated Android Auto/Apple Carplay compatible infotainment system (really bummed at that). I will warn anyone thinking of getting this that the engine is quite underpowered and not that economical! I'm averaging around 25-28mpg. It is a decent car to drive, quite soft and compliant especially over speed bumps and feels more solid than the 2014 Honda CR-V I had on lease for 3 years beforehand. The boot is a decent size, plus its got a handy storage section underneath the boot floor that we've used to store folded kid's scooters, wheels from the buggy, etc. when we've crammed the boot with suitcases for holidays.

EDIT: sorry, my bad. I read somewhere they had stopped selling the 1.6 GDi after the 2018 facelift and only using the turbo petrol now. According to their sales brochure its still listed!

I still wouldn't be surprised if this is the one just before the facelift for such a cheap price. Happy to be corrected!
Edited by: "mcaf123" 3rd Dec 2018
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Cracking deal!
Any Idea On delivery date
What's the point of having it with so low mileage allowance?
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Good deal if they have them in stock, just called them
Good deal, although you have pictured the previous model with an auto box.

This deal appears to be for the new model with a manual and without leather.

It is also Petrol, not diesel in case people are confused by the GDI badge.
Edited by: "jrw" 3rd Dec 2018
Admast7903/12/2018 13:04

What's the point of having it with so low mileage allowance?


For people who do 8k or less than that a year, why else?
jrw2 m ago

It is also Petrol, not diesel in case people are confused by the GDI badge.


The OP states it's petrol on the description...
Admast7903/12/2018 13:04

What's the point of having it with so low mileage allowance?


I’m having a Skoda Yeti, which I found on here, collected on 14th December after two years lease. Mileage limit was 8,000 per year. The mileage stands at 9,500. I could get away with 5,000 at a push for my daily 12 mile each way commute and dropping the kids to school.
Great car heat added
Admast7913 m ago

What's the point of having it with so low mileage allowance?


There are options for higher milage. Some people also drive less than 8000 miles a year.
Worth seeing if your local dealer would match or compete on this!
This is an amazing deal! I'm not sure that pic of the front end is correct, because they recently facelifted it with a new infotainment screen that sits atop the dash like a tablet, whereas this deal will be for the old interior and old non-Turbo engine. I got the 2017 one on lease December last year on a 1+35 deal, 8k miles p/a for £217.20 - no admin fee plus they threw in free window tints (not even an Hyundai option on the SE Nav) after I played 2 dealers off each other on price. Mine doesn't have the updated Android Auto/Apple Carplay compatible infotainment system (really bummed at that). I will warn anyone thinking of getting this that the engine is quite underpowered and not that economical! I'm averaging around 25-28mpg. It is a decent car to drive, quite soft and compliant especially over speed bumps and feels more solid than the 2014 Honda CR-V I had on lease for 3 years beforehand. The boot is a decent size, plus its got a handy storage section underneath the boot floor that we've used to store folded kid's scooters, wheels from the buggy, etc. when we've crammed the boot with suitcases for holidays.

EDIT: sorry, my bad. I read somewhere they had stopped selling the 1.6 GDi after the 2018 facelift and only using the turbo petrol now. According to their sales brochure its still listed!

I still wouldn't be surprised if this is the one just before the facelift for such a cheap price. Happy to be corrected!
Edited by: "mcaf123" 3rd Dec 2018
Awesome price. Pity about the engine. 1.6 naturally aspirated. Very poor mpg.
jrw03/12/2018 13:07

It is also Petrol, not diesel in case people are confused by the GDI badge.


It can be confusing, I agree - GDi = petrol, CRDi = diesel
wow, it's got a reversing camera AND a rear view camera!!!
Only if this was auto!
I just had a lower spec tuscon on hire whilst my mondeo was repaired. The extra toys will help with sat nav, touch screen etc but be aware its a big old beast and parking spaces aren't getting any bigger (usual trend with SUV craze). Also I know it was a 1.6 petrol but not sure its exactly the same engine. Off the line it has a reasonable pick up however on the motorway I was struggling to get it up to 70 without having to rev it hard. So make sure you test drive it first.
My car is a diesel with 175bhp vs ~130bhp for this so my view maybe a bit tainted.
Edit : Although I had mine for only a few days I didn't think the mpg was very good which seems to be confirmed by the comments above.
Edited by: "welshblob" 3rd Dec 2018
mcaf12303/12/2018 13:24

It can be confusing, I agree - GDi = petrol, CRDi = diesel


Gasoline Direct Injection
Common Rail Direct Injection

On most cars the 'D' means Direct, rather than diesel;

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Do you get the deposit back?

Can't see how this is a good deal if I don't even own the car! I'd rather have a banged up Fiesta that costs me £1000 a year just to keep roadworthy.

/jokes. Great deal, heat added.
ezzer722 m ago

Gasoline Direct InjectionCommon Rail Direct InjectionOn most cars the 'D' …Gasoline Direct InjectionCommon Rail Direct InjectionOn most cars the 'D' means Direct, rather than diesel;[Image]


I guess most of us see the D in something like TDI and automatically associate it with diesels from then on
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How do you know it's 8k miles? It says from 5-50k. No mention of 8
deleted191319903/12/2018 13:31

How do you know it's 8k miles? It says from 5-50k. No mention of 8


36359686-4mDXV.jpgClick on Get deal

welshblob03/12/2018 13:29

I just had a slower spec tuscon on hire whilst my mondeo was repaired. The …I just had a slower spec tuscon on hire whilst my mondeo was repaired. The extra toys will help with sat nav, touch screen etc but be aware its a big old beast and parking spaces aren't getting any bigger (usual trend with SUV craze). Also I know it was a 1.6 petrol but not sure its exactly the same engine. Off the line it has a reasonable pick up however on the motorway I was struggling to get it up to 70 without having to rev it hard. So make sure you test drive it first. My car is a diesel with 175bhp vs ~130bhp for this so my view maybe a bit tainted.


The 130bhp petrol engine is no performance car I have to admit, but the biggest thing that will have affected your experience is that you have gotten very used to the 'oomph' that the turbo on your diesel provides - I am facing this problem every day as people move away from diesels after many years, into normally aspirated petrol cars.

Turbo diesels 'feel faster' than they actually are, due to the difference in power delivery. This petrol engine is okay performance wise, but really needs revving to squeeze the most out of it.

When all is said and done this is an incredible amount of car for that monthly figure, heat added.
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jrw03/12/2018 13:35

[Image] Click on Get deal


36359731-RRs4y.jpgThat's all I can see

ezzer7203/12/2018 13:35

The 130bhp petrol engine is no performance car I have to admit, but the …The 130bhp petrol engine is no performance car I have to admit, but the biggest thing that will have affected your experience is that you have gotten very used to the 'oomph' that the turbo on your diesel provides - I am facing this problem every day as people move away from diesels after many years, into normally aspirated petrol cars.Turbo diesels 'feel faster' than they actually are, due to the difference in power delivery. This petrol engine is okay performance wise, but really needs revving to squeeze the most out of it.When all is said and done this is an incredible amount of car for that monthly figure, heat added.



I agree. I came from a 1.6 diesel Honda CR-V to this 1.6 petrol Tucson and it really took some time to recalibrate how I drive a car. I do miss that oomph from the diesel which makes it ideal for overtaking on the motorway. This petrol engine is simply shocking for that and requires some forward planning for sure!
ieuk3303/12/2018 13:19

Worth seeing if your local dealer would match or compete on this!



Always. Will most likely save yourself the admin fee too
ezzer7203/12/2018 13:35

The 130bhp petrol engine is no performance car I have to admit, but the …The 130bhp petrol engine is no performance car I have to admit, but the biggest thing that will have affected your experience is that you have gotten very used to the 'oomph' that the turbo on your diesel provides - I am facing this problem every day as people move away from diesels after many years, into normally aspirated petrol cars.Turbo diesels 'feel faster' than they actually are, due to the difference in power delivery. This petrol engine is okay performance wise, but really needs revving to squeeze the most out of it.When all is said and done this is an incredible amount of car for that monthly figure, heat added.


Yes I think the diesels tend to have more torque as well which means I have acceleration in every gear which is something I have become very used to.

I'm currently struggling to decide what to replace my mondeo with as I've been spoilt on both performance, spec and have gotten used to the ability to just carry so much stuff when needed, having had a fridge and double oven (sep trips) in it over the past year.

Although I could go with another mondeo the mk5 doesn't seem quite as good/reliable/that different from what i currently have. I also wouldn't mind something a bit smaller but the trend for the hatchback seems to be going towards the SUV and a mid sized one like this to be the equivalent of the mondeo but smaller on the inside and about the same dimensions width wise on the outside. Also you tend not to get the higher bhp engines in the mid sized ones (think there is a higher one but getting confused as also looking at the qashqai, mazda cx5, sportage) and you have to go up to the next SUV size which is huge. Decisions decisions.
Good deal , good find op 👌
Devro03/12/2018 13:14

I’m having a Skoda Yeti, which I found on here, collected on 14th December …I’m having a Skoda Yeti, which I found on here, collected on 14th December after two years lease. Mileage limit was 8,000 per year. The mileage stands at 9,500. I could get away with 5,000 at a push for my daily 12 mile each way commute and dropping the kids to school.


How? 12 miles each way, = 24 per day.
5 days = 120 per week.
48 weeks (guess) = 5760, assuming literally no other use...? I presume you have use of another vehicle or don't work full time?
welshblob03/12/2018 13:47

Yes I think the diesels tend to have more torque as well which means I …Yes I think the diesels tend to have more torque as well which means I have acceleration in every gear which is something I have become very used to.I'm currently struggling to decide what to replace my mondeo with as I've been spoilt on both performance, spec and have gotten used to the ability to just carry so much stuff when needed, having had a fridge and double oven (sep trips) in it over the past year.Although I could go with another mondeo the mk5 doesn't seem quite as good/reliable/that different from what i currently have. I also wouldn't mind something a bit smaller but the trend for the hatchback seems to be going towards the SUV and a mid sized one like this to be the equivalent of the mondeo but smaller on the inside and about the same dimensions width wise on the outside. Also you tend not to get the higher bhp engines in the mid sized ones (think there is a higher one but getting confused as also looking at the qashqai, mazda cx5, sportage) and you have to go up to the next SUV size which is huge. Decisions decisions.


Having had 4 on the trot, I understand your dilemma about the latest mondeo and whether to get another...
I made the decision easier by buying a used Jag XF...
welshblob6 m ago

the ability to just carry so much stuff when needed, having had a fridge …the ability to just carry so much stuff when needed, having had a fridge and double oven (sep trips) in it over the past year.


I can tell you the front passenger seat slides very far forward and it also reclines quite far forward and back, so its easier than you think to load stuff in there. The rear seats fold almost flat.

I've given a few people lifts in mine recently. One who drives a new shape Qashqai commented on how the Tucson is a lot higher than she imagined, which is why I've bought side steps to let the kids climb in and out by themselves (plus I can wash the roof properly as well! )
mcaf12312 m ago

I agree. I came from a 1.6 diesel Honda CR-V to this 1.6 petrol Tucson and …I agree. I came from a 1.6 diesel Honda CR-V to this 1.6 petrol Tucson and it really took some time to recalibrate how I drive a car. I do miss that oomph from the diesel which makes it ideal for overtaking on the motorway. This petrol engine is simply shocking for that and requires some forward planning for sure!



That "oomph" is nowt to do with the diesel and everything to do with the turbo charger on that Honda engine.

If this was a 1.6 turbo petrol it would be faster than your old CR-V.
It's £199 upfront according to the company.
Hot. What’s engine like in this?
Good deal.

Btw it's Tucson not Tuscon or Tuscan!
loofer4 m ago

Hot. What’s engine like in this?


Underpowered and uneconomical
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