Hyundi i30 SE £149 then £149 a month 6000 miles lease richmondmotorgroup
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Hyundi i30 SE £149 then £149 a month 6000 miles lease richmondmotorgroup

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Found 4th Feb 2016
Pay just £149 initial payment and then pay just £149 per month!A Brand NEW Diesel, FULL SIZE FAMILY CAR with:5 years warranty
5 Years roadside assistance
Low running costs
Zero road tax
83.0 Miles per gallon*
No MOT for 3 years
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Hyundai i30

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There’s a lot to recommend the Hyundai i30. It provides an extremely tempting mix of talents, and all for an affordable price. It’s worthy of serious consideration. - 4 out of 5 stars
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I'm interested, can anyone say why this isn't a good deal? (not sure why the cold votes)
good reliable cars..
That totals £5513 over the three years. Unfortunately 6K miles per annum is not a whole lot.
not much info on the website, is this for 2 or 3 years and what annual mileage?
Mileage low but it's a pretty decent deal. If you bought one new you would lose more than 5500k in 3 years. 10000 miles and I would have jumped at it.
Check the side profile... then compare to the 2016 kia 'ceed.
Is it me or are they the same car barring badges and front bumper shape? Blatant plagiarism!
Edited by: "daveo78" 4th Feb 2016
They're the same company
Seems like an excellent deal assuming it is actually

1 x 149
36 x 149
£38.25 Per Week

Note : Could even be lower than that (1 x 149 then 35 x 149.00)

Need to check to see if there's an arrangement fee and also bare in mind, its a long time to be stuck with it, if things don't go to plan / circumstances change
daveo78

Check the side profile... then compare to the 2016 kia 'ceed. Is it me or … Check the side profile... then compare to the 2016 kia 'ceed. Is it me or are they the same car barring badges and front bumper shape? Blatant plagiarism!



Because they are the same car, they are built on the same platform, the same applies across the Kia/Hyundai range on all their comparable models.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kia_Cee'd
en.wikipedia.org/wik…i30
Shame it's such limited mileage, especially as it's a diesel. It will need regular good runs to prevent problems with EGR valves, DPF etc. Although Korean cars are meant to be pretty reliable and our i800 hasn't had any problems.
They are a decent enough car but the real mpg is around 57, this is what I achieved on a daily 36 mile round trip to work half A roads and half motorway driving.
liamf12

Shame it's such limited mileage, especially as it's a diesel. It will … Shame it's such limited mileage, especially as it's a diesel. It will need regular good runs to prevent problems with EGR valves, DPF etc. Although Korean cars are meant to be pretty reliable and our i800 hasn't had any problems.



Warranty and not having to worry about long term impact of this (as hand it back) makes it not an issue.
Good offer but I think the Cactus offer beats it as it's much higher spec, more miles and it's £20 less a month.

The cactus us certainly an acquired taste though!
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