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Hyundai HYM430SP 43cm 139cc self-propelled petrol lawn mower for £229 delivered @ Machine Mart
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Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
Look at this beast! It looks like a suped-up Vauxhall Nova or something — probably got about the same amount of power... :D Cuts your grass with ease, like an engine-powered mas… Read more
Rsescorts

Just got the 51cm electric start for the wife, assemble the mower put battery on charge, added the oil and fuel. Asked her to give it a go, it fired up first time. Wish I didn’t get the electric start model. These engines are so easy to start no hard pulling and economical compared to my old self drive mowers, that she could never start.

TheNorwichMarvel

Shame it hasn’t got a roller

golo83

I bought the HYM510SP model (196cc 51cm cutting width) for £310 and I love it! 450sqm of lawn cut in under 1hr

rilzer

Surely it’s all about the stripes (highfive)

Shahie

Some lucky people have a great working mower, I bought on a recommedation, sent mine back twice, never worked!!! My experience, customer service awful - after Trust Pilot review Manager contacted me - got a full refund. Please check Trust Pilot multiple bad reviews.

Hyundai HYM3200E Electric 1000w Lawn Mower 32cm/12.5in 240v £69.90 delivered @ Mad4Tools
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Hyundai HYM3200E Electric 1000w Lawn Mower 32cm/12.5in 240v £69.90 delivered @ Mad4Tools
£69.90£79.9913%
Good price and gets good reviews . H yundai HYM3200E Electric 1000w Lawn Mower 32cm/12.5in 240v The HYM3200E is a versatile budget corded electric lawnmower from Hyundai. F… Read more
deleted555252

No, sea only, sorry.

sparkykev

Could i go to my local dealer for a test drive before commiting on this?

Ozzie

used hyundai uk customer support in Pembrokeshire a couple of times , the guys are very helpful , spares are avaliable and most products have a 3 year warranty. https://hyundaipowerequipment.co.uk/ good price as 10 quid more direct

currybum2

Had a hyundai mpv called Trajet. It was so rubbish, we all called it a Tragic (annoyed)

davidmarkwales

Does it work on land

Hyundai Ioniq Premium 38kwh Lease/PCH 2 year £6839.66 Total @ Leasing Options
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Hyundai Ioniq Premium 38kwh Lease/PCH 2 year £6839.66 Total @ Leasing Options
2yr lease 8k/pa (10kpa works out at 20p/mile extra, worth finding out excess charge) £199 fee 3+23 x £255.41 Not the cheapest it’s been but cheapest available now. These are very… Read more
loofer

It’s from a Total Motion ( Pink Leasing). The deal was 2018.

onlineo

Hotukdeals. However it does not seem to show up when I search for it.

muffboy

Where was this from?

muffboy

Where was this from?

Slick_uk

100% this, but when my lease runs out in October, I'm downgrading to a 2nd hand banger for 6-12 months. I suspect come Aug/Sep new reg time, HUKD will be chocca with dealers trying to offload cars left right and centre.

New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto £27,515 at Nationwidecars
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New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto £27,515 at Nationwidecars
New Hyundai Ioniq Electric Hatchback 100kW Premium SE 38kWh 5dr Auto A fantastic electric car with significant discount.
BigAde

It would be great to see Metalectrique's new Aluminium-Air fuel cell come to fruition https://www.metalectrique.com/ It would offer ranges exceeding those of ICE vehicles. But it's still in the relatively early stages... who knows if it will ever get the widespread adoption it needs.

NeoThe1

With just 2 models available to buy and costing £65k+, no nearby filling stations, no govt incentives/initiatives of course people are not even aware of hydrogen. Yes it will eventually replace big battery electric vehicles but in probably 10 years. Pretty sure govt will find ways to charge duty/tax some ways unless you completely live off the grid. At the end of day even electricity will be generated by burning carbon until real 0 carbon generation satisfies 100% energy needs.

Anon32

People are forgetting about hydrogen. Any garage can have one pump included and filling times are the same as petrol. The biggest problem would be the lost revenue from fuel duty read £28 billion in 2017 and unless VAT is put up on electricity there will be either more cuts or higher other taxation.

NeoThe1

80% in 57 minutes. So 21% in 15 mins. If you take Conservative approach(160 miles on 100 % battery) about 33 to 35 miles.

trannyboy

I want a break, yes I've had my 15 minutes, how much further can i now go?.....precisely.

HYUNDAI KONA Hatchback EV - 150kW Premium 64kWh 5dr Auto [7kW Charger] at New Car Discount for £33000
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HYUNDAI KONA Hatchback EV - 150kW Premium 64kWh 5dr Auto [7kW Charger] at New Car Discount for £33000
Good to see some sensible discounts on EVs, especially something like the Kona. Great spec too. Five year warranty. Body Glass Automatic defog system Automatic windscree… Read more
PIPS

Love this!

diehardguy

You grumble as you cannot see the future. The future is self sufficiency, solar on your roof charging your car and powering your house with the grid as backup. You sound like a typical cynic.

welshblob

The then Gov back at Christmas 2017 indicated that they would potentially expand the lorry road user charging scheme for foreign lorries to include evs at some point to recoup the lost fuel duty. The other benefit for them is that they can charge different tariffs per mile depending on the time of day and location thus using it to reduce congestion. This will be a huge change to what we have now and seems a bigger effort than taxing the fuel at source but I guess we'll see. So I expect evs will cost the same or more to drive per mile from a fuel and duty perspective but at least there will be less harmful emissions from them. If they ever get self driving to work then that will shift away from ownership to more of a subscription taxi service.

onlineo

What a horrible comment. There are lovely parts of all 3 of those cities. I have no idea what you imply by 'real people of this country' . Both my granddads fought in the 2nd world war. 2 of my close relatives are currently serving in the Royal Marines, and 1 of those had a lovely 5 years living in Birmingham. Hell whilst I have never served I did to 2 years working on an Mod base. There is no place for your implied racism on this forum. All that said 64 khw and a real world range of 250+ miles is definitely needed to get mass adoption. If you have no off street parking but still drive to work you can make this work by fast charging every 5 to 10 days. If you want to drive 100 miles to visit relatives where you have no access to charge up, you can get back home again without having to stop to charge up, and if you are doing larger distances it is way better.

pfagan10

Totally agree. The U.K. Committee on Climate Change all but said this. The environmental solution is close to no cars on the road, certainly significantly fewer. Electric is only a step in the right direction, yet is heralded as the answer. The EV acolytes don’t want to hear it, but preach ad nauseum on these deals. Heat added for the car.

Hyundai Faux leather double bed frame £39.99 instore @ Poundstretcher (Great Bridge)
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Hyundai Faux leather double bed frame £39.99 instore @ Poundstretcher (Great Bridge)
£39.99£99.9960%Poundstretcher Deals
Seen in Poundstrecher Great Bridge.
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Digitaleclipse

Probably more due to the number of Mercedes vs Hyundai/Kia’s on the road ;)

DunDunFather

Any good lease deals on this?

mutley1

we got one of these from homebase, not hyundai, homebase brand. they looked great but they are pretty low on the ground and the frame is not sturdy. we bought two and both frames broke. made of cheap wood.

scott2c

Well I got the p*** taken for posting a Hyundai rice cooker but this tops that.

ryan_reynolds

Wouldn't last long with a lot of action

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Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SE 8k mpa £185.99 pm (23m) £1115.94 6 month Initial Rental Total 24 month lease £5393.71 @ Motorfinity
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Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid SE 8k mpa £185.99 pm (23m) £1115.94 6 month Initial Rental Total 24 month lease £5393.71 @ Motorfinity
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Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE Connect 5dr DCT Automatic Hybrid 2 yr lease 8,000 miles Personal Lease Per Month (23 months) inc.VAT £185.99 Initial Rental (6 months)… Read more
namsu

Lease company turned out to be a waste of time charged processing fee of £199 plus the price went up to £207 Company called leasing options and lady called Cass Tyler, very patronising and rude and kept repeating herself reminded me of little Britain and ‘computer says no’ Kept saying the motor infinity processing fee is only waived for people who work In the NHS Police and Armed forces etc (no problem that’s great) But it’s not very clearly advertised that it is plus I got a quote for the white and a written quote and they had all sold out and only metallic black and grey left so the price went up and she kept saying but yeah your still on the price protected deal I said well if the white is not available and I’m being charged a different price that’s hardly protection from changing the price. She kept talking over me and repeating herself in the end I got so offended I just cancelled the order and put the phone down. Lease car search goes on.

trickytree1984

Smith's Hyundai Peterborough

spendHot

Except electric, I think every car has road tax since 2017 april.

spendHot

19k for cash buyers? I got carwow offers excess of 22k. 19k for new one? Please let me know where can I find that deal. I will prefer buy it than leasing. There is a new version coming this year though.

Dwh8611

£3 cheaper (lol)

Hyundai Ioniq SE connect 24month 8kmpa £1115.94 initial rental £185.99 x 23 £199 processing fee £5592.71 @ Leasing options
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Hyundai Ioniq SE connect 24month 8kmpa £1115.94 initial rental £185.99 x 23 £199 processing fee £5592.71 @ Leasing options
Seems a great price for this car. Based on (6x23) £1115.94 initial rental £185.99 x 23 £199 processing fee
veralum

October and virtually same price

veralum

October and virtually same price

spiderman2

Was it recently? Was it a lot more?

veralum

I leased the fully electric version from these people, I had not leased before but they very helpful and patient, all went well

fatgit

Might not have had it on, mine works very well when it's turned on, but I usually turn it off as it can get confused by old road markings that have been painted over/burned off, or on narrow country roads it's continually beeping at you.

Hyundai 8 stitch sewing machine £7.49 Poundstretcher Stockport Hazel Grove
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Hyundai 8 stitch sewing machine £7.49 Poundstretcher Stockport Hazel Grove
Cheap select electricals in-store 2 in 1 Hyundai carpet washer was£89.99 now £44.99 Double deep fryer Was £49.99 now £14.99 Plus various other stuff.
masliya

This is exactly like the one I bought a month ago from Aldi for £30 only different is the name/brand so it’s a bargain at this price.

trannyboy

Hope they last longer than the led lightbulbs I had out if poundstretcher.

thomas17

Cheap, any other stores? I'll pop in my local to poundstretcher tonight and have a look. Southend, Essex

furiousjammin

(horror)

bigguns247

Pre reg Hyundai i10 1.0 play 5dr delivery miles from £8980 @ Evans Halshaw
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Pre reg Hyundai i10 1.0 play 5dr delivery miles from £8980 @ Evans Halshaw
Evan Halshaw have the cracking little city car - the Hyundai i10 PLAY 5dr available for £8980 for a pre reg with delivery mileage. Great city car and includes good trim specific… Read more
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Hammerit44

Sounds about right,just ask them to pre-reg it (y)

adamspencer95

None left in the Leeds store which was the nearest one to me in Chester. They did try and sell me a brand new one for a lot more, though.

Hammerit44

No links still ? XD

chrisvenn

The new model came out last week and starts at £12,495 which is why this deal is up with a big discount to shift the last of the old shapes.

benchaud

Yes it was my error its a 1l non Turbo model, the 1.25 is also non turbo. Was thinking about the HMG 1l turbos on the bigger Kia and Hyundai models

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
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… Read more
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ismailc12000

why expired

TechGreek

Sorry posted in wrong post.

soldierboy001

Get a Dacia Sandero, bigger care for less money and great reliability.

ShaneDarch

Good to hear.. Thanks & happy motoring (y) (highfive)

briankelly

Collected car yesterday. Very pleased with it, after drive from Ellesmere Port to Dorset. Thanks for sharing this deal.

Hyundai KONA Play Delivery mileage with remainder of 5yr warranty Only £13,999 @ Holdcroft
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Hyundai KONA Play Delivery mileage with remainder of 5yr warranty Only £13,999 @ Holdcroft
£13,999£18,55525%Holdcroft Deals
Stumbled across this deal... Looks like great value with remainder of 5yr warranty (y) (y) . Great car & good value @ £13999 delivery miles and pre reg on 69 plate. Good rev… Read more
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jig2480

Currently one in Barnsley Cars2 Hyundai for £13870 with leas than 10 mile on the clock (y) 🏻

ShaneDarch

Thanks for the update... Makes posting deals worth it (y)

jig2480

I picked one up today at Evans Halshaw Kia in Stourbridge for a tenner less than main deal in the post (plus a free tank of fuel as they wanted to shift stock on the last day of the month. Had 240 miles as it had been used as a tester. More than meets my needs. My trusty hyundai i20 was still going strong but with £130k on the clock and over 8 years old sadly I had to cut lose when this deal came along! Thanks OP

LOKKO

Don't get tricked into buying a gen3/g3 glass coat if you buy this or any other Hyundai you are just filling the salesman pockets

cells

I suspect all you have to do is go to the nearest Hyundai dealership to you. Do a test drive and if you are happy just tell them that's the price you are willing to pay and they will probably say Okay Don't expect a premium car but it's half the price of a premium brand and overall imo it's a good buy for most people doing normal mileage

HYUNDAI IONIQ Hatchback 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE Connect 5dr DCT SAVE 23% - £17617 @ New Car Discount
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HYUNDAI IONIQ Hatchback 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE Connect 5dr DCT SAVE 23% - £17617 @ New Car Discount
Cracking deal for a Hybrid, giving good economy (78 MPG) and low emissions (84 g/kg) Body Glass Electric front windows - anti trap + one touch Heated rear windscreen Rear e… Read more
Mr.Nutts

Going to agree with you on that. I don't like the non-grill look... It's probably to marginally improve streamlining/reduce resistance.

ShineHunter

Well one it is this car , but the electric version with the no grill lol. I like the look of having the a grill more.

Mr.Nutts

Don't say that, we've enough cars with low self-esteem on the road. I'm sure some people out there would think yours as better looking than this.

ShineHunter

It's better looking then my car though.

M_z

Probably actually a tiny cost relative to what is spent on motorway maintenance and lane widening - be interesting to see the numbers though.

HYUNDAI Tucson 1.6 GDi S Connect 5dr 2WD now £16,463 @ new car discount.com
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HYUNDAI Tucson 1.6 GDi S Connect 5dr 2WD now £16,463 @ new car discount.com
£16,463£22,41127%New-Car-Discount.com Deals
Good deal from new car discount.com for December deals on a new HYUNDAI TUCSON 1.6 GDi S Connect 5dr 2WD - saving 26% off the list price. Good looking car with peace of mind 5 … Read more
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mambomike450

Happy with yours ? I'm thinking of one as it has the pan roof.

COUPONKEV

The reason is probably all the chocolate deals they buy on HUKD, their excess weight is a huge strain on the poor engine!

markymark34

No this isn't a 7 seater. Santa Fe I think is the 7 seater. As has been said numerous times already if you can put up with the crap engine this is a great price for a new car.

gurjitbwa

No parking sensors in this day and age?! That could be a deal breaker...

upsizer

Ordered the diesel hybrid model last week in SE Nav spec for £21350 incl metallic paint, saved £6k on list price.

Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99pm + £1200 initial + £140 fee = £5940 @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT - 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £199.99pm + £1200 initial + £140 fee = £5940 @ Leasing Options
£5,940£7,49121%Leasing Options Deals
Good price for this Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback Special Edition -1.6 GDi Hybrid 1st Edition 5dr DCT (2020 model) on a 2 year lease with 8k miles p/a. £199.99 per month (6+23) plus £119… Read more
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gallshau

Assume its deducted after rather than before tax?

purplefleece

And this is one of those. But it strikes me this is a money divide issue. Not just opinions divide. Some people are able to afford leasing as an ongoing option. Others can only afford to buy and hope for the best. I would like to lease but can’t afford that option. Full stop. So let’s try to minimise having a go at others because their having a different POV as it may be masking their financial status.

RealDonaldTrump

Thank you so much I shall forward thos on to a colleague who is currently looking.

Chanchi32

@RealDonaldTrump had a quick scan for Ford Focus1.0 EcoBoost 125 ST-Line Nav, Nationwide vehicle contracts £5687.64 on a 3+23 deal (2 years), 8k miles - £211.14 per month, £633.42 initial and £198 admin fee, includes metallic paint, says in stock. If you only need 5k miles per year, overall contract price reduces to £5313.24. https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/car-leasing/ford/focus/focus/1-0-ecoboost-125-st-line-nav-free-metallic-paint

RealDonaldTrump

@Chanchi32 any ford focus on similar price?

Hyundai HYBV3000E 3000W 3-in-1 Leaf Blower, Garden Vacuum & Shredder - £34.99 using code + free Click and Collect @ Robert Dyas
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Hyundai HYBV3000E 3000W 3-in-1 Leaf Blower, Garden Vacuum & Shredder - £34.99 using code + free Click and Collect @ Robert Dyas
£34.99£44.9922%Robert Dyas Deals
Keeping your garden in tip-top shape is easy with this 3 in 1 electric leaf blower from Hyundai. Powerful, versatile and easy to use, this shredder, blower and vac is a great mach… Read more
honmore

I collected this one from their store today https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/draper-3000w-3-in-1-garden-vacuum-leaf-blower-and-mulcher?___store=robertdyas_uk_main_en_gb&istCompanyId=bf3344d9-83f5-4abd-b69a-da131f7567d1&istFeedId=d5c075aa-68e2-4c62-8948-f7cbc48a8c82&istItemId=xttxwqapl&istBid=tztx&gclid=Cj0KCQiA5dPuBRCrARIsAJL7oeiUVrJaQtYUB5pHoU13LmHe5lLUVzU_OQU41lOgXE_XRR-VPteqOGwaAriTEALw_wcB

Hyundai Ioniq electric 100kW 38kWh Auto Premium - £7,378.28 over 2 years @ Carwow
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Hyundai Ioniq electric 100kW 38kWh Auto Premium - £7,378.28 over 2 years @ Carwow
£7,378.28Carwow Deals
Reasonable deal for any one who missed few even cheaper ones last month. 2 years 8000 miles per year Initial payment £1973.92 Monthly payment £219.32 Additional fees £360 Cars in s… Read more
JonesOsmosis

Wow, posts like this is why HUKD is such an amazing site (y)

bblgoose

Mine has none of those. I compensate by opening my eyes and looking at the road ahead instead of at my phone.

SFconvert

I worked out I spent over £3k in last 2 years fueling, taxing and maintaining a 15year old car doing just 5000 miles a year (and I even did the servicing etc myself). There's loads of potential unforeseen costs on old cars, eg catalytic converter replacement, seized brake calipers, springs and dampers and that's ignoring the possibility of a more serious catastrophic engine or gearbox failure. The previous deal for this Ioniq meant a net cost of less than £3k over 2 years. I regarded that as a no brainer really. Alternatively, buying a £3k car would be a gamble, and you are unlikely to get something particularly great.

SFconvert

Voting cold I'm afraid op as quite a bit more than the previous deal. The old deal at under £6k for 2 years (which I managed to get!) is far more justifiable. Ignoring the whole lease Vs buy argument, as a lease the previous deal made great sense as after fuel savings it works out at just about the cheapest lease you could get, unless you were to get a fiat 500 or something very cheap. But if you really want an electric car, this is still a pretty good price, but there are quite a few other leasing options around at this sort of cost on non electric vehicles. I get the feeling maybe Hyundai are testing the market here to find the sweet spot of how to shift the most number of vehicles.

SFconvert

EVs aren't really any quieter at "killing speeds" as you put it. Above 20mph the road noise will far exceed the engine noise. It's only at the very low speeds that people don't hear them, ie when they are moving out of parking spaces. When I'm on a bike I can't tell the difference between an EV overtaking me and a petrol/diesel. Busses are pretty quiet at low speed, as the engine is right at the back.

Electric Hyundai Ioniq lease 24 x £237.99 + £199 Fee - 8000 Miles PA -  £5912 Total via Leasing Options
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Electric Hyundai Ioniq lease 24 x £237.99 + £199 Fee - 8000 Miles PA - £5912 Total via Leasing Options
Very close to previous deal that's now expired 24@£237.99 plus 199quids fee total £5910.76 8000 miles If you missed out last time heres another chance
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profet

Only if you are really really bad at planning ahead.

MrMoonX

you know when your car is sat at work or at home overnight doing sweet FA. This is when you charge an EV 99% of the time, charging at home or work actually saves time as you never have to think about filling up or going to the petrol station, as every time your car isn’t being used it’s being charged!

qprfanbideford

?

indianajon

Only 50 days off the road for charging then....

smellybum78

Its gone wonky, not on website anymore I'll get rid

Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh  - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1134 initial + £189pm + £150 admin = £5631 @ Leasing Options
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Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1134 initial + £189pm + £150 admin = £5631 @ Leasing Options
£5,631£6,301.0311%Leasing Options Deals
Excellent price for this Hyundai Ioniq Electric 100kW Premium 38kWh 5dr Auto - works out at 17.1% of £32.9k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £188.99 per month … Read more
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DaveJohnson12345

Mine arrived today, spotlessly clean and with 60% battery which is nice. Aldi rubber mats fit ok for me and they do not move around as they are rubber and heavy. Not paying dealer price for mats on a lease car.

Beanka

Mine arrived today, absolutely filthy, clearly they didn't wash it and it's just been sat in a yard somewhere. Might have a little moan to leasing options. Need to get my charging port sorted. Car was delivered with 20 percent battery having done 150 miles (cannot tell how charged it was to begin with( , but the range is looking to be all that was advertised! Now to search the thread for car mats..

Uncommon.Sense

Finally arrived on the back of a transporter nonetheless! Great so far, even if we waited nine months and one week from the point of placing the order. :D 6.2mpkWh on a 49 mile trip, making the car advertise a massive 228 miles range on the GOM (when at full charge). Busy doing the route planning for Scotland if they let us in, but with that sort of range stopping when we are doing something else even for 60-90 mins at a 7kW charger will do fine.

Uncommon.Sense

Speak with Arval direct and explain the confusion, they are really reasonable to deal with vs the waste of space brokers.

satchef1

Well LO finally replied. They've conceded that I did not request cancellation. But it's still my fault. They assumed I didn't want the car, as I hadn't been in touch for a few weeks. So rather than get in touch to ask, they simply cancelled the order "to avoid incurring further costs". The offer to source me another car, at the current price, was repeated. I've thrown them a lifeline, as I'm quite sick of dealing with them now. I want confirmation that the agreement is cancelled, confirmation that there are no outstanding charges or fees, and I want a refund of the admin fee. If they can do that, I'll walk away (though my fairly savage Trust Pilot review is staying).

Hyundai Tucson 1.6 GDi S Connect £15993 @ Richmond Hyundai
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Hyundai Tucson 1.6 GDi S Connect £15993 @ Richmond Hyundai
£15,993£22,06028%Richmond Motor Group Deals
Richmond are offering effectively 27.5% off a brand new (69 reg) hyundai tucson. Mrrp £22,060 Offer £3816.50 + £2250 off as a finance deposit contribution. £226 deposit + £226/mo … Read more
S555

Most of the time I'd be driving within London and not on the motorway.

geraldfitzsimons

Heat wow

sparky371

i went to have my suzuki serviced today at a dual suzuki/hyundai dealership and got talking to the receptionist she said they get a lot more hyundai warrenty claims compared to suzuki - she said the longer warrenty is needed on the hyundais 990

ministrymason

The terms and conditions said no dealer contribution so I doubt they would of accepted it. Amazing if they did

Arnis65

Wait until you try to claim. I have managed so far to get everything fixed but have had to go to different dealerships and claim section 75 via credit card. Do a google search, many complaints about warranty. Wish I had looked into it first.

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