New Hyundai i10 1.0 SE 5dr 5 Year Warranty £8,145 at Drive the Deal   Alternative to Leasing ?
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New Hyundai i10 1.0 SE 5dr 5 Year Warranty £8,145 at Drive the Deal Alternative to Leasing ?

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Found 17th Oct
With a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty this could be a good option for some.

If kept for 5 years and then sold for say £3000 you are looking at cost (depreciation )of £85 per month, which works out well when compared to leasing

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haa051814 m ago

for someone who lives in London car is not a good option to be honest. …for someone who lives in London car is not a good option to be honest. Good for those where the transport links are not so good.But for this price I'm sure there will be many other options. i30 is a very good car aswell

There are a few more places in the UK than London

Great little car. Bought an i10 Premium 1.0 for 17 yr old who had just passed his test and paid £750 fully comp with Admiral. 7k from Motorpoint, less than one year old

Chose it over Aygo, Cirtroen, VW, Seat, Skoda etc etc
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for someone who lives in London car is not a good option to be honest. Good for those where the transport links are not so good.

But for this price I'm sure there will be many other options. i30 is a very good car aswell

Great little car. Bought an i10 Premium 1.0 for 17 yr old who had just passed his test and paid £750 fully comp with Admiral. 7k from Motorpoint, less than one year old

Chose it over Aygo, Cirtroen, VW, Seat, Skoda etc etc

haa051814 m ago

for someone who lives in London car is not a good option to be honest. …for someone who lives in London car is not a good option to be honest. Good for those where the transport links are not so good.But for this price I'm sure there will be many other options. i30 is a very good car aswell

There are a few more places in the UK than London

mracerimmer1 m ago

There are a few more places in the UK than London


I absolutely agree with you and that is why i said it is good for somewhere outside London but maybe not for London because of the transport links are better there.

How do you get the price £8145?

ccnp13 m ago

Great little car. Bought an i10 Premium 1.0 for 17 yr old who had just …Great little car. Bought an i10 Premium 1.0 for 17 yr old who had just passed his test and paid £750 fully comp with Admiral. 7k from Motorpoint, less than one year oldChose it over Aygo, Cirtroen, VW, Seat, Skoda etc etc


Is that on your insurance?

haa051814 m ago

I absolutely agree with you and that is why i said it is good for …I absolutely agree with you and that is why i said it is good for somewhere outside London but maybe not for London because of the transport links are better there.


Wow.... on a similar note. I have a friend who lives in Oxford and they are in need of your help here. Is this a good deal for them or not ?!?!

nickdgardiner3 m ago

Wow.... on a similar note. I have a friend who lives in Oxford and they …Wow.... on a similar note. I have a friend who lives in Oxford and they are in need of your help here. Is this a good deal for them or not ?!?!


I wouldn't spend £8k on a Hyundai i10 personally. Maybe add £2k more and get the i30 second hand which is still under warranty.

As someone who lives in a mountainous desert. I think an i10 would be ideal. I have never understood the term city car or sarcasm.

Interesting. I got quoted £9.5k on the road for one so I am ending getting one from Motorpoint under a year old for under £7k. For this price I would have considered the new one.

Oh, it is PCP, I don't do PCP so it would not have been good for me anyway.
Edited by: "sofeac" 17th Oct

My wife has the Premium 1.0 and it's an absolutely brilliant little car. Tested the VW Up, Seat Mii and Skoda Citigo before plumping for the i10 and don't regret it for a second! 5 doors/seats as standard with 5 proper seat belts, very quiet/refined, comfy ride and the doors close with a very re-assuring clunk. Convinced me to go the Hyundai route when i get a new car next year (probably get an i30). Heat added, great price.
Edited by: "bellboys" 17th Oct

sofeac8 m ago

Interesting. I got quoted £9.5k on the road for one so I am ending getting …Interesting. I got quoted £9.5k on the road for one so I am ending getting one from Motorpoint under a year old for under £7k. For this price I would have considered the new one.Oh, it is PCP, I don't do PCP so it would not have been good for me anyway.


Not PCP.

muffboy2 h, 46 m ago

Is that on your insurance?


From personal experience they wanted £950 to be added to my mums 61 plate on her policy in the first year, £1200 to be added as the primary driver when I checked! The renewal quote she did made me laugh, they still wanted £600 for a second driver... thats over £100 more than I pay for my own car! It's worth noting my mums is a 1.2l premium.

Still, decent cars to drive but i really can't stand them for longer journeys. Far to stiff for my personal liking.

Great little deal for a second car. Long warranty. Hopefully 4 year before MOT will come in soon.

haa05182 h, 48 m ago

I wouldn't spend £8k on a Hyundai i10 personally. Maybe add £2k more and g …I wouldn't spend £8k on a Hyundai i10 personally. Maybe add £2k more and get the i30 second hand which is still under warranty.




Thanks for sharing....

These cars are good, only small car (inc kia) that have 4x brake disc all round, rare to see small car have discs at the back, I would like to got for the new turbo unit which is due soon (will be more expensive - maybe a good all rounder)

some models come with cruise control and heated steering wheel! maybe work while getting a pre reg car top spec

We've got the 1.2 auto i10, it's a very good small car. We did use it when we lived in London (Zone 2) and it was pretty handy, great size for on street parking too. I'd recommend the i10.

I live in Nottingham so this is not the right car for me.

Heat added - I drive for a living moving cars around the country and this little car surprised me when I had do a 100 mile trip, feels nice to drive and was surprised to see cruise control and all the other goodies in such a small car. I would stay away from igo and the likes as they just feel cheap and flimsy.

The Hyundai i30 is also very nice to drive and feels solid I would even go as far to say it feels and drives like a BMW 1 series.
Edited by: "JhonnyWalker" 17th Oct

nickdgardiner4 h, 56 m ago

Wow.... on a similar note. I have a friend who lives in Oxford and they …Wow.... on a similar note. I have a friend who lives in Oxford and they are in need of your help here. Is this a good deal for them or not ?!?!


Would this be a good deal for my son? He doesn't live in Oxford or London. He is 12. If not what model would you recommend for someone in his situation?

androoski2 h, 29 m ago

Not PCP.


This discount is conditional upon you taking out PCP finance at 4.9% APR Representative arranged by the dealer.

Am I missing something? If you don't have PCP is £900 more

haa05185 h, 40 m ago

I wouldn't spend £8k on a Hyundai i10 personally. Maybe add £2k more and g …I wouldn't spend £8k on a Hyundai i10 personally. Maybe add £2k more and get the i30 second hand which is still under warranty.


termite1 h, 27 m ago

I live in Nottingham so this is not the right car for me.



Sometimes you read comments on here and just sit shaking your head

haa05186 h, 7 m ago

I absolutely agree with you and that is why i said it is good for …I absolutely agree with you and that is why i said it is good for somewhere outside London but maybe not for London because of the transport links are better there.

Not sure why you needed to even mention London. It's equally not a good deal for someone who can't drive or lives where there are no roads.

eslick39 m ago

Sometimes you read comments on here and just sit shaking your head


Do you think this is the right car for a Nottinghamshire lass then?

termite28 m ago

Do you think this is the right car for a Nottinghamshire lass then?


It will get you around it’s not like it suddenly stops working in Nottinghamshire, once upon a time we drive around on 850 minis we didn’t say oh let’s not go to Nottinghamshire in it. Any car can be used anywhere that’s the point of a car.

If you you had said i need a bigger boot or faster car that’s different but........

muffboy8 h, 4 m ago

Is that on your insurance?

I agree ccnp is been a bit economical with the truth a 17 year old £750 fully comp maybe 20 years ago

eslick1 h, 28 m ago

It will get you around it’s not like it suddenly stops working in N …It will get you around it’s not like it suddenly stops working in Nottinghamshire, once upon a time we drive around on 850 minis we didn’t say oh let’s not go to Nottinghamshire in it. Any car can be used anywhere that’s the point of a car. If you you had said i need a bigger boot or faster car that’s different but........


Have you got a link for the £850 Minis?

How does the fuel economy of this car compare to it's rivals? (Aygos, VW go, etc)

and by fuel economy, I mean in the real world, not in the 'ideal' conditions they use to produce the advertised mpg figures

termite3 h, 33 m ago

Do you think this is the right car for a Nottinghamshire lass then?



Leicester or Doncaster definitely.... but not Nottinghamshire. WHAT ARE YOU THINKING!! ;-)

eslick3 h, 6 m ago

It will get you around it’s not like it suddenly stops working in N …It will get you around it’s not like it suddenly stops working in Nottinghamshire, once upon a time we drive around on 850 minis we didn’t say oh let’s not go to Nottinghamshire in it. Any car can be used anywhere that’s the point of a car. If you you had said i need a bigger boot or faster car that’s different but........



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nickdgardiner8 h, 23 m ago

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definitely missed something, no clue what your comment was about

termite10 h, 2 m ago

Have you got a link for the £850 Minis?



and that's what you come back with, if a 1 litre is to small for you then a 850 cc mini will be no good at all.

eslick17th Oct

Sometimes you read comments on here and just sit shaking your head



Sometimes I pick my nose while reading comments on here.

muffboy17th Oct

Is that on your insurance?



Nope. All done absolutely above board inc 2 x speed awareness courses for me and the missus (so £80 we owed him). Just finished the Black box period of 3 months and he's got £25 back on the insurance. Not looking fwwd to next years renewal but thaat's life. Just have to get on and shop around again
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