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Forza 7 - 2019 Veloster Turbo and Veloster N Hyundai Car Pack (XO/Win10) Free January 16th
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Posted 15th Jan 2018Posted 15th Jan 2018
Forza 7 - 2019 Veloster Turbo and Veloster N Hyundai Car Pack (XO/Win10) Free January 16th
Hyundai today unveiled the all-new 2019 Veloster Turbo and its high-performance counterpart, Veloster N, at the North American International Auto Show. As part of the reveal, Hyund… Read more
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Yeah I know, hate driving in lambos and McLarens when Hyundai's are available (unicorn)


Heat added, grabbed this the other day. shame they dont have the i30N for the UK market on Forza aswell


For anyone else that can't find it on Microsofts pee poor store search:




It's the first line Both cars arrive in-game as free downloadable content on January 16, 2018

Free AA breakdown cover with Hyundai Service
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Posted 11th Oct 2017Posted 11th Oct 2017
I just noticed that if you got your car serviced with Hyundai they give you free home start + on travel AA breakdown cover which usually costs £115 per year. Hyundai cheapest servi… Read more
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I just pulled this off the Hyundai website so yes it is included. Link here


Thanks - I didn’t read description properly lol x


Isn't cover included over the 5 year warranty for Hyundai anyway, obviously dependant on meeting service requirements, so only of interest to owners of older vehicles?


I used to work for AA and biggest difference between AA and any other is repair rate. AA pays incentive to patrols if they repair the car instead of towing which is a big difference from any other as if ur car goes in garage u know rest

I have an i20, and started losing cooling 6 months outside of the 5 year warranty. Eventually diagnosed as faulty heater matrix and cost a fortune to fix (£800 I think it was), and in the following months had to go back as thermostat failed (Another £200, after initially being told it was covered by parts warranty for previous repair), and the radiator. Those issues, plus having to get brakes fixed, cost over £2000 - which was almost the worth of the car at the time! Still have it though, if I didn't already have my service done a couple of weeks ago I may have gone for this... if I could trust the muppets in the Chertsey depot again!

Interest free Hyundai deals
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Posted 3rd Apr 2014Posted 3rd Apr 2014
Interest free Hyundai deals
This is available on many different models as of right now but I just thought that this is excellent. No interest paid on these cars is good and with interest rates so poor in the … Read more

Plus it's a lot bigger I think than the old one as well more like an i20 now


Free metallic paint thrown in and a free tank of fuel so I remembered to haggle lol.


It's not a witch hunt, they make good cars, but £9.5k is just too much money for an i10. If it was sub £7k then it would be a flaming hot deal as previous deals have shown. It sounds like you got a generous part ex because you paid the MRP, but no one should be paying the MRP unless it's something exotic or special.


Even so, I don't see why there is a Hyundai witch hunt on here? I don't understand how the price can be cold since this is a deals website and it's a 0%apr finance with three years free servicing. This is a deal? Lol I don't see how it's a bad one.


In general cars haven't kept up with inflation over the years, companies like Ford and Vauxhall haven't increased anywhere near what Hyundai/KIA have in recent times. The real increase is because they used to make their name as cheap and reliable, now they have a loyal customer base and a more successful brand they can keep up the prices and get in line with the other brands and give a more premium image. Have a look at the price the Metro used to start at 23 years ago, almost the same as a Sandero, Alto or sometimes a C1/107. In general we are getting more for less nowadays.

Hyundai i10, New £6,995 OTR @ Hyundai
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Posted 19th Jan 2014Posted 19th Jan 2014
Hyundai i10, New £6,995 OTR @ Hyundai£6,995
Says from £6,995 on the Hyundai website for the i10. We went to the dealer today and it is true, as long as you don't mind white. Test drove it and great little car. Aircon, CD et… Read more

They are no longer showing this older model on the BSM website.


Now down to £6670 at Bristol Street Motors (where we bought ours). Might even be able to haggle a bit more off now that the new version is out.


just bought the 2014 (63) Chevrolet Spark 1.0 LS [MY2014] [Hatchback] for £5090 to replace the peugoet 107 ,need 5 seats and 5 door ,i know chevrolet are pulling out of europe and parts may be an problem in future and i dont think its as powerful or economical as 107 but i have got a lot more car for the buck only time will tell but don`t regret it one bit


which model? there are 3 models in i10 (classic, active, premium). which one for 6k? active?


No, I do not have an i10, I did have one as hire car once, and was very impressed with it. The new SE model costs a lot more than this model, has no spare wheel as standard etc. I am not saying that the new model isn't better than this one, it just does not represent such good value for money. The new model is just a ( different ) version of the Kia Picanto, as far as I can tell. The Classic version ( this one ) is the base model, so any comparisons should be made with the base version of the new model.

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£8,695 Hyundai i20 OTR (£1,400 saving)
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Posted 4th Jul 2013Posted 4th Jul 2013
£8,695 Hyundai i20 OTR (£1,400 saving)£8,695
I was looking at gettin one of these when they were £10k. on paper they seem like a smart investment. £30 a year road tax (1st year included free) 1.2 engine 84BHP 57.6MPG combi… Read more
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Massive saving on the same model here


It would be, if it was funny.(_;)


Clue Sunshine - Top Gear is a comedy show.


They won't break down is what I said and did you not watch the destruction of the Hilux on Top Gear


A Toyota Corolla GTI would outlast this i20 so I don't need a crystal ball to state the obvious which is that a newer Toyota would outlast a Hyundai.

2.5kw oil filled radiator with thermostat , heat settings & timer !!special offer !! - £33.99 @ amazon
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Posted 14th Nov 2012Posted 14th Nov 2012
2.5kw oil filled radiator with thermostat , heat settings & timer !!special offer !! - £33.99 @ amazon£33.99
3 Heat Settings Adjustable Thermostat Safe & Easy to use Carrying Handle On Wheels for mobility ..

I got the same reply from Amazon,it was not your fault . I am very disapointed with Amazon,they should have offered us the heater we ordered i see they have the 2.5kw with timer at 43.99.


Same thing happened with me..I too don't want this 2kw radiator with out a timer @ £33.99.I wrote to amazon and complained about the asked me to return the product..But i am feeling like the seller hyundai [fullfilled by amazon] have cheated me. ''Sorry for posting this Deal''.


Received a heater today from amazon,its not the one they had in the add,plus I see they changed the add to this 2.0kw one I received,does not have a timer.I still have the email confirming the 2.5kw heater with timer I ordered. Wrote to amazon 1/2 hour ago waiting on reply.They have broke the trading standards.Lets see what they do.I don't want this heater at that price.


what's your 2Kw one like Squillon? How big's the room it heats etc?


Incorrect as link goes to the 2Kw rad that I posted already.