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Pre reg Hyundai i10 play with 5yr warranty now £8999 @ Holdcroft
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Pre reg Hyundai i10 play with 5yr warranty now £8999 @ Holdcroft

£8,999£11,73023%Holdcroft Deals
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Posted 22nd Dec 2019
Great looking car & rated highly by many...the i10 PLAY 5dr is available from £8999 for a pre reg available in 2 colours and immediate delivery via Holcroft and is classed as a 5 seater so has 3 rear seat belts.

Great city car and includes good trim specification, with equipment including 15” alloy wheels, air con, elec windows, rear privacy glass, 7” touchscreen navigation system with DAB, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, black gloss door mirror covers and unique PLAY badging. The i10 PLAY comes with the 1.0 MPI 67PS 5 speed manual.

Comes with remainder of the hyundai 5 Yr warranty.

i10 Play Key Features:

  • 15" Alloy Wheels
  • Air con
  • Cruise control
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system
  • Elec front & Rear windows
  • PLAY Badge (B Pillar x2)
  • Touchscreen Satellite Navigation (7") Including TMC, Mapcare and LIVE Services
  • Bluetooth ConnectivityⓇ
  • Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay™ and Digital DAB Radio
  • Steering Wheel Audio and Phone Controls
  • USB and Aux Connections
  • Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) and Brake Assist System (BAS)
  • Speed and Impact Sensing Auto Door Unlocking
  • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel and Gear Knob
  • 5 Seats
  • Privacy Glass - Rear Windows and Tailgate

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Good review here: autoexpress.co.uk/hyu…iew

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Jizzmeister22/12/2019 08:42

67 hp wouldn't skim the top off a rice pudding.


You seem to of skipped past the bit that says "Great city car". It's plenty for the market it's aimed at.
g8spur22/12/2019 09:14

I don't think you need parking sensors on a car this size!


You're right i dont however my daughter is another thing.
67 hp wouldn't skim the top off a rice pudding.
Cold not paddle shift gear selectors or 8 speed auto box
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Just bought one yesterday for the same deal from Hyundai Newcastle.

Great little car for my daughter.
cambb22/12/2019 08:24

Just bought one yesterday for the same deal from Hyundai Newcastle.Great …Just bought one yesterday for the same deal from Hyundai Newcastle.Great little car for my daughter.


I'm tempted to recommend one for my daughter... Great spec & makes an UP look massively expensive for the same spec
Cold not paddle shift gear selectors or 8 speed auto box
ShaneDarch22/12/2019 08:26

I'm tempted to recommend one for my daughter... Great spec & makes an UP …I'm tempted to recommend one for my daughter... Great spec & makes an UP look massively expensive for the same spec


The only thing missing were parking sensors however these can be fitted for around £120.
Decent little car, good warranty, if somebody wants some hassle free motoring with a brand new car this is a good option.
Fantastic deal. Over 11K at our local dealer.

Looking for a replacement car but, unfortunately, i don't think this would be big enough for our needs - shame.
67 hp wouldn't skim the top off a rice pudding.
Jizzmeister22/12/2019 08:42

67 hp wouldn't skim the top off a rice pudding.


You seem to of skipped past the bit that says "Great city car". It's plenty for the market it's aimed at.
KingBurger22/12/2019 08:46

You seem to of skipped past the bit that says "Great city car". It's …You seem to of skipped past the bit that says "Great city car". It's plenty for the market it's aimed at.



Correct. I have a Fiesta ST, but test drove one of these. The car is tiny and light weight and certainly pokey enough for getting to work/in and out of town. Didn't feel like a 67 hp car.
thearbiter6522/12/2019 08:52

Correct. I have a Fiesta ST, but test drove one of these. The car is tiny …Correct. I have a Fiesta ST, but test drove one of these. The car is tiny and light weight and certainly pokey enough for getting to work/in and out of town. Didn't feel like a 67 hp car.


The Black Hackney Taxi's only have about 88bhp but weigh almost twice as much as this i10. They seem to of survived for a few years or so. Not much point being a BHP bore when city driving is involved. Motorway driving, that'd be another matter.
Edited by: "KingBurger" 22nd Dec 2019
cambb22/12/2019 08:30

The only thing missing were parking sensors however these can be fitted …The only thing missing were parking sensors however these can be fitted for around £120.


I don't think you need parking sensors on a car this size!
g8spur22/12/2019 09:14

I don't think you need parking sensors on a car this size!


You're right i dont however my daughter is another thing.
So no good for motorway driving?
Bought one (albeit the auto) for my daughter just under four years ago. It's been a comfortable, reliable, little car & she likes it a lot. What I would say though is, for a small car, it's horrendously thirsty! This hasn't bothered her greatly as the bulk of the miles it clocks up are covered by a generous mileage allowance. However if you're forking out for petrol from your own pocket, or are concerned about things 'green', then I'd say look elsewhere. My Suzuki Celerio will happily do 70 mpg & the new Suzuki Swift hire car I drove for a month in South Africa averaged 60 mpg.
Hot, love small cheap under powered cars, like the fiat Panda
£8450 in hyundai Ashford pre reg
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Edited by: "AntonioOscarRibeiro" 22nd Dec 2019
cambb22/12/2019 09:15

You're right i dont however my daughter is another thing.


I feel your pain - apparently a bollard attacked my daughters little i10 - fab car, cheap insurance and has all the things she needs.
AntonioOscarRibeiro22/12/2019 09:27

£8450 in hyundai Ashford pre reg[Image]



That's a 19 plate, so a little less warranty and not the latest plate (for those that care).

This one for £50 more seems a better choice
autotrader.co.uk/cla…188

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Edited by: "oddballjamie" 22nd Dec 2019
Does anyone know if the scrappage scheme applies to pre-reg?
This should be seriously hot loads of spec cheap insurance etc
packard22/12/2019 09:45

This should be seriously hot loads of spec cheap insurance etc



Not that great a price, a quick search on Autotrader brings up pre-reg for £500 less with 50 miles on the clock or a brand new one for £300 more than this deal.
Stuck between this Hyundai or This for the Mrs
Had this car for 3 years, cheap tax, fuel & cheap insurance. It was fab, just too small for a family
KingBurger22/12/2019 08:46

You seem to of skipped past the bit that says "Great city car". It's …You seem to of skipped past the bit that says "Great city car". It's plenty for the market it's aimed at.


"Great city car" with no stop/start, no parking aids and a manual. Depreciation is going to be horrendous on models like this, it's the exact market that small EVs will excel in.
Been tempted to get a car and put it up for city rental on getaround (previously drivy). Think this will be a great car for that. Has anyone tried putting their car up on these carshare apps?
johnandyson22/12/2019 10:00

"Great city car" with no stop/start, no parking aids and a manual. …"Great city car" with no stop/start, no parking aids and a manual. Depreciation is going to be horrendous on models like this, it's the exact market that small EVs will excel in.


Except charging an electric is a big problem for many, especially in the city where you don’t have a driveway. I’m in a 10 year old flat with dedicated parking and have been told there is no way to install a charging point and connect to the flat.
10dulkar22/12/2019 10:01

Been tempted to get a car and put it up for city rental on getaround …Been tempted to get a car and put it up for city rental on getaround (previously drivy). Think this will be a great car for that. Has anyone tried putting their car up on these carshare apps?


Sounds like Turo, which I've used to put several luxury motors through their 'paces' and the wife enjoys the leather in a Rolls.

I would say buy a used one for renting out, as it will get abuse.
stuellis22/12/2019 10:04

Except charging an electric is a big problem for many, especially in the …Except charging an electric is a big problem for many, especially in the city where you don’t have a driveway. I’m in a 10 year old flat with dedicated parking and have been told there is no way to install a charging point and connect to the flat.


Why would you need a charging point on your parking space if you only do city driving, just charge it weekly when you do your shopping. Do you have your own petrol pump currently?

Even parking is a privilege in many cities, change is coming, faster charging stations on every corner.

Glass batteries are going to revolutionise the world.

Increase in car on demand too on subscription or pay as you drive.
johnandyson22/12/2019 10:12

Why would you need a charging point on your parking space if you only do …Why would you need a charging point on your parking space if you only do city driving, just charge it weekly when you do your shopping. Do you have your own petrol pump currently?Even parking is a privilege in many cities, change is coming, faster charging stations on every corner. Glass batteries are going to revolutionise the world. Increase in car on demand too on subscription or pay as you drive.


When discussing with Tesla I was told you should not use those fast chargers more than 1 in 5 charges, to use them more will reduce battery life and invalidate the batteries warranty.
This is a great deal for a brand new car! great post op
stuellis22/12/2019 10:19

When discussing with Tesla I was told you should not use those fast …When discussing with Tesla I was told you should not use those fast chargers more than 1 in 5 charges, to use them more will reduce battery life and invalidate the batteries warranty.


Fast charging is fine, Supercharging may increase total Supercharger time by a few minutes over time, according to Tesla's website. I can't imagine it invalidating a warranty, just imagine the law suits in the US.

I really can't see much crossover between people considering an i10 or a Tesla. Would be more the Zoes and upcoming EV city cars.
An absolute steal for a 12 month lease!
johnandyson22/12/2019 10:33

Fast charging is fine, Supercharging may increase total Supercharger time …Fast charging is fine, Supercharging may increase total Supercharger time by a few minutes over time, according to Tesla's website. I can't imagine it invalidating a warranty, just imagine the law suits in the US.I really can't see much crossover between people considering an i10 or a Tesla. Would be more the Zoes and upcoming EV city cars.


I really wanted to go Model 3 but after working it through with the rep I had to concede it wasn’t viable. I asked about using the fast charging at Bluewater and it wasn’t an option as the primary method of charging.
PerfumePolly22/12/2019 09:17

So no good for motorway driving?


My dad has the older version, and he no issues on the motorway even when loaded with passengers. His previous one only needed a clutch cable change in the 8 years he had it. Decent little cars with decent specs and very reliable. Boot is very dingy.
Edited by: "sterlingdeal" 22nd Dec 2019
Needs to be auto for a city car. I don’t get the need to be stirring a manual box on a boring car, stop start traffic an auto the only way to go
furbix22/12/2019 11:04

Needs to be auto for a city car. I don’t get the need to be stirring a m …Needs to be auto for a city car. I don’t get the need to be stirring a manual box on a boring car, stop start traffic an auto the only way to go


Correct.

I don't know why they use this "City Car" nonsense. Just say what it is "Car for new drivers and those who don't enjoy driving".
johnandyson22/12/2019 10:00

"Great city car" with no stop/start, no parking aids and a manual. …"Great city car" with no stop/start, no parking aids and a manual. Depreciation is going to be horrendous on models like this, it's the exact market that small EVs will excel in.


Except electric cars cost more than three times the cost of this car! That buys a lot of petrol (about 135,000 miles worth)!
HotBot22/12/2019 11:17

Except electric cars cost more than three times the cost of this car! That …Except electric cars cost more than three times the cost of this car! That buys a lot of petrol (about 135,000 miles worth)!


Leafs and Zoes were dirt cheap a few years back, MG do an electric SUV for about £22k. EVs are getting cheaper all the time.
Depreciation is the largest expense with most new cars and many people don't realise that when they are choosing between a couple of MPG here and there.

When the warranty runs out on this, cities will be a very different environment for non EV cars. I also believe car ownership will be very different on small cars, as in most will be pay as you use. Scan your phone and drive off in a fully charged car, return when you're finished.
Joe90_guy22/12/2019 09:23

Bought one (albeit the auto) for my daughter just under four years ago. …Bought one (albeit the auto) for my daughter just under four years ago. It's been a comfortable, reliable, little car & she likes it a lot. What I would say though is, for a small car, it's horrendously thirsty! This hasn't bothered her greatly as the bulk of the miles it clocks up are covered by a generous mileage allowance. However if you're forking out for petrol from your own pocket, or are concerned about things 'green', then I'd say look elsewhere. My Suzuki Celerio will happily do 70 mpg & the new Suzuki Swift hire car I drove for a month in South Africa averaged 60 mpg.


The auto has the 1.2 engine so isn't nearly as economical as the 1.0 in the Play that the post is about
Jizzmeister22/12/2019 08:42

67 hp wouldn't skim the top off a rice pudding.


Actually, that's fine in a small city car. I used to have a 60hp Seat Ibiza, then a 200hp Audi A1. For around town duties like London where there's 20mph limits everywhere, it's more than adequate.
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