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Hyundai i30 Lease for £94 per month / initial payment of £853.20 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£2704.79 total)
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Saw this when looking at the Volvo that was posted yesterday. Passed on to a relative who was looking for a cheap car. Also available with no money up front at £136 per month. … Read more
trickytree19842nd Feb

No I'm not happy to pay the list price. Everyone knows that you don't pay …No I'm not happy to pay the list price. Everyone knows that you don't pay the list price. So why have this game in the first place? The game is there so that you have a chance at ripping us off. So one day you charge one guy one price, then the next day charge someone higher. That's a LIE, and you said you don't lie The largest used car dealer in the UK has, in my view, the best approach. Set the price at the level the level that makes them and the customer happy no negotiation. Price us the price or walk away. As a customer, you know that you didn't get done by a sales guy. (I don't work for them) I also work in the industry btw, but I don't want to share here what it is I do. But I know the ins and outs of it all.


Probably works for Carwow or wbac, either that or works at Halfords and classes that as working in the 'industry'. Judging by the utter garbage you are spouting out its the latter.
trickytree19841st Feb

Most of them are car salesmen 🤐It's funny how a car salesman could ever …Most of them are car salesmen 🤐It's funny how a car salesman could ever accuse anyone if being a liar. I know they have a job to do, but they are the most dishonest breed of human on this earth. Nothing personal, but I don't see for a reason them to exist. For virtually every other product I buy, I just pay the price. No negotiation, no lies, no free options extras, no pointless super guard, dealer contributions. The whole thing is just one big lie. Here's 3 examples1. Super guard. You must pay 300 quid for this, or your new car will be worthless. 10 quids worth of materials and a sporty teen-ager will stop my car deprecating. If I don't take it, when I part ex, I'll be punished. It takes a special sort of scumbag to pedal this lie. But I get why, it's 100% cash in your pocket. 2. Options. They basically cost you nothing. You charge 1000's for them. Then when I part ex my car, you give me nothing back for them. Then, you charge the next poor bigger again when you sell it used. Pure profit over and over again. More lies3. Finance. Loyalty plans (yes yes, volume bonuses), massive commissions. Nuff saidBuyers may lie to dealers, but it's because they have to in order to negotiate...with a born liar.


It's called profit and making money. That's how business works
y-oh-y5th Feb

Well done.Was this via a E H match?


I saw this post advertised and then read the comments referring to the WhatCar website - good thing I did! That's where I registered my interest! I was a bit slow and only scanned the application through today at 11am with Holdcroft. 3pm got a call from Mark confirming successful credit check n placed the order 😊
B_Marvel36 m ago

How? I called a few times and was told they had sold out.


I showed interest/registered on Friday. Theres only a few left but loads of applicants in waiting.
ruheluddin8655 m ago

Just ordered n paid for mine now 3/4 weeks delivery time. Polar …Just ordered n paid for mine now 3/4 weeks delivery time. Polar White was sold out so bought in Phantom Black which is as nice 👌


How? I called a few times and was told they had sold out.
Hyundai Curve Wallmounted Electric Fire - £59.99 @ Poundstretcher
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Hyundai Curve Electric Fire for 59.99 in Poundstrecher.
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CheapoChaser4 h, 6 m ago

1 or 2kwh depending on the setting you have it on so depending on your …1 or 2kwh depending on the setting you have it on so depending on your rate say 12p or 24p an hour.


I meant how many miles to the gallon?

Never mind...
Is this 4K,like the curved screen !
mine says 99.99
Barst7 h, 18 m ago

Gratz OP on your first deal.What's the fuel consumption like on this …Gratz OP on your first deal.What's the fuel consumption like on this Hyundai?


1 or 2kwh depending on the setting you have it on so depending on your rate say 12p or 24p an hour.
Hyundai H2S 750GB USB3.0 mobile external SSD drive at CCL Online for £162.95
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750GB capacity external SSD drive, with USB3/USB2 connectivity. Niche, but could be good for carting large amounts of media around if you don't want to be handcuffed to the speed o… Read more
jomay20 h, 11 m ago

Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop …Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop self-driving cars? It makes me wonder whether these predictions by GM about cars crashing randomly will finally become reality:https://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/susan/joke/crash.htm

​Woo a York uni computer science department link hehe
JC199716 h, 23 m ago

A car manufacturer making computer accessories



In South Korea, Hyundai makes many things.

Wonder if this SSD comes with a 5 year unlimited mile warranty?
OK a bit of investigation and it seems it has 2.5 SATA SD in it, the smaller drives have a "HG5d" which has about 500 MB/s read and write. Am still trying to see what drive the 750GB is
groppo12 h, 54 m ago

do these have sata or m.2 ssd inside?



Yes can we take this apart and use as an internal drive? and it is a 2.5 or M.2 drive and sata or PCIE?
do these have sata or m.2 ssd inside?
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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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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 m… Read more
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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
eslick17th Oct

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



Sometimes I pick my nose while reading comments on here.
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.
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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HYUNDAI HALOGEN HEATER 1200W ONLY £16.99 @ Poundstretcher
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HYUNDAI HALOGEN HEATER 1200W ONLY £16.99 Winter is coming! So get inside, wrap up warm, and get snug with one of our Hallogen Heaters by Hyundai. With 3 different settings, h… Read more
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Anyone see "Fake Britain" this week? If not and your looking to buy one of these or similar, then please watch it online prior.
Very scary.

Not saying these are fake, but please be very wary!
Mine was like watching a candle slowly burn out as each element failed; we ended up taking it back to argos and getting half the money back.

Buy a ceramic heater instead, I've got one and its much better and isn't riddled with faults like this lump of crap.
Ironically cold
Usual price and not a lot of heat given out, really want at least a maximum of 2kW.
Elements don't last very long on halogen heaters in my experience.
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Hyundai Electric Grass Trimmer £10 at Morrison's
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I saw this today and thought it was a bargain for someone who needs something handy for light work.
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I to need another spool or 2, can anybody help with a supplier pleas
Stars987

Hi have bought one of these and am pleased with it, but cannot find a … Hi have bought one of these and am pleased with it, but cannot find a supplier for a replacement wire spool. Any ideas for a supplier please ?


I was hoping that the £1 Shop spools could be used and re-spooled to the empty Hyundai spool?
Hi have bought one of these and am pleased with it, but cannot find a supplier for a replacement wire spool. Any ideas for a supplier please ?
Loads in Wigan Morrison's. Just picked one up.
Fingers crossed


Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr 5000 miles a year Select Car Leasing 24 month lease £4607.66
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 5dr £143.99 x 23 = £3311.77 £1295.89 x1 Total £4607.66 = £192 per month 24 month lease Only 5000 miles a year can increase if needed
Has anyone actually leased this car?
Shoppaholic16

HiI'm considering going down car lease route and just wanted a bit of … HiI'm considering going down car lease route and just wanted a bit of feedback from members who've been offered to buy the car at end....was you offered a good price at the end??Thanks



No feedback in car deals my friend , just the usual brigading for and against owning a premium vs. Budget car
Hi

I'm considering going down car lease route and just wanted a bit of feedback from members who've been offered to buy the car at end....was you offered a good price at the end??

Thanks
androoski

Do they even make many auto gearboxes? The reliable makers of auto … Do they even make many auto gearboxes? The reliable makers of auto gearboxes are Borg-Warner, ZF, JatCo and Getrag who make most BMW auto boxes. They also supply the same gearboxes to other car makers. I don't know if Getrag put special fairy dust on the ones for BMW though?For example, the Getrag 217 is in the BMW 3 series, 5 series, Z4 and ..... Alfa Romeo Giulia. Getrag are the German subsidiary of Magna who are a Canadian company. They make their products all around the world.



​Very good post/points mate, though it wasn't me that made the silly claim about BMW and Merc autos - hopefully anyone else reading will notice the typo which makes it look like I would say something so absurd
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Everybody knew there were just two makers who made reliable auto gear … Everybody knew there were just two makers who made reliable auto gear boxes, bmw and Merc. Second hand car with an auto gear box? Not unless it is one of the two.



Do they even make many auto gearboxes?
The reliable makers of auto gearboxes are Borg-Warner, ZF, JatCo and Getrag who make most BMW auto boxes. They also supply the same gearboxes to other car makers. I don't know if Getrag put special fairy dust on the ones for BMW though?

For example, the Getrag 217 is in the BMW 3 series, 5 series, Z4 and ..... Alfa Romeo Giulia.

Getrag are the German subsidiary of Magna who are a Canadian company. They make their products all around the world.



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Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE 5dr DCT (£99.70 per month, 18m) £3051.60 @ Applied Leasing
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Hyundai Ioniq Hatchback 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE 5dr DCT - Monthly rental cost: £99.70 - Rental Profile: 9+17 - Annual Mileage: 8k Miles p/a - Initial Payment: £897.30 - Additional Fees:… Read more
kirku

​I hope you aren't representative of the user base here, my stay will be v … ​I hope you aren't representative of the user base here, my stay will be very brief if I have to deal with many others like you.





Good-bye thanks for your brief visit.
soldierboy001

I think it's you that needs to engage your brain, and I'm very calm thank … I think it's you that needs to engage your brain, and I'm very calm thank you.



​I hope you aren't representative of the user base here, my stay will be very brief if I have to deal with many others like you.
kirku

​Calm down, keyboard warrior. Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure i … ​Calm down, keyboard warrior. Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure it out all on your lonesome.




I think it's you that needs to engage your brain, and I'm very calm thank you.
soldierboy001

Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information … Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?



​Calm down, keyboard warrior.

Engage your brain and maybe you'll figure it out all on your lonesome.
kirku

​Download maps for offline use, then. Had no trouble doing this on m … ​Download maps for offline use, then. Had no trouble doing this on multiple European road trips, including a 7 country 6 week jaunt.





Kirku we have already discussed that you get no additional information with Google maps off line and can not re route, so why did you make that comment?
Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDi Blue Drive S 2WD £5032.50 for 2 year Lease Nationwide Vehilce contracts
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Initial Rental £1,000.20 Incl VAT Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl VAT then 23 payments of £166.70 per month In Stock, looks a good size car for the money Only downside is that its 6… Read more
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I went for this deal. Unfortunately, Nationwide Vehicle Contracts do not have stock and they cannot deliver within 7-14 days. Absolute disaster of a company to deal with after they have your processing fee. Don't return calls, when you do speak to someone they tell you anything to get you off the phone, which doesn't happen.

Even Director emails and says he will provide an update, and guess what, he doesn't.

You need to avoid this company. Check trust pilot reviews carefully for which ones you believe are genuine!
Just looked at this deal and it appears you can get same initial terms for the 3 year deal with 8,000 miles per annum which according to the website mentioned above should be fine for more than half the drivers in the uk. leasing.honestjohn.co.uk/car…12/

If my maths is right its £1000.62 +£198 + (35x£166.77) which is £7,037.57 or £45 per week

First time I have looked at a lease and thought that makes sense. Strikes me as cracking value on a £20k+ car for hassle free driving as surely it will depreciate by at least that amount over 3 years


Edited by: "76zedfour" 19th Mar 2017
Bertz99

As … As requested:https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/


Nice one! That shut the troll up. I have been told that it is only £100 to correct a faulty odometer!
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Bertz99

As … As requested:https://www.statista.com/statistics/513456/annual-mileage-of-motorists-in-the-united-kingdom-uk/



I think when he said it was suitable for 1% of the population he actually meant 42%. Easy mistake to make X)
m4rky2011

I assume that you can quantify the exact figure when you refer to 1% ?


As requested:
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Hyundai Tucson 1.7 CRDI, 61.7 mpg 36 months - initial Rental £1,499.76 Excl vat  Processing Fee £165.00 - £7663.80 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Title is automatically loaded Website shows 500.22 + 198 + (35x166.74=5835.90) = £ 6534 toat cost for 3 years. Car price OTR £ 20845 This car at 1 year old for sale in auto trad… Read more
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I've got a Tucson, had it 18months and it's great never skipped a beat. Drives lovely comfortable interior reversing camera,Loads of gadgets and gizmos. Lots of room for passengers and storage etc overall a great all rounder of a car. Mines a 2l Diesel SE nav I think! oO
Good deal, however, I was in the market for an SUV kind of vehicle back in November and I had my hear set on a Tucson after my wife's i30 hadn't skipped a beat in three years, as well as her interior being lovely.

I took the Tucson for a test drive and was really disappointed with the lifeless interior and dash. It just all seemed to let it down. There was a lot of hard plastic on the dash and it just felt a lot different to the i30. It was a real shame cause I loved the look of the car and I still do but it didn't feel like a very comfortable place to be and I needed it to be because I drive around 70 miles a day.
gpawan

Not there any more?



Try leasing some manners
Ali.Balamir

Pls read thoroughly, even you may understand it too although you don't … Pls read thoroughly, even you may understand it too although you don't have brain in your skull ( for people who won't read details and just give cold )



​A bit harsh.
Yes , I lease my Tucson , got the Premium SE (I think) , never had a problem with it , it parks itself if which is handy as I'm not that good at parking , also screams at me if I'm going to hit the car in front and once told me off for not having my hands on the steering wheel so it's pretty clever
Hyundai Ioniq HatchbackSE - £3300 - 18-months lease deal £3292.80 @ Blue Chilli Cars
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Contract term 18 months Rental profile 3 + 17 Annual mileage8000 Processing fee£360.00 Finance doc fee£0.00 Production status Current model Warranty included yes Breakdown c… Read more
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GAVINLEWISHUKD

You were doing so well! X)It looks like they gave the aerodynamics team … You were doing so well! X)It looks like they gave the aerodynamics team the front third of... well frankly any Mercedes and told them to finish it off. The back end on the saloon looks like its been melted with a lighter. The estate (sorry shooting brake) designer should have been put down at birth! From a pure electric point of view* (which is what the car was designed around) its probably the prettiest after the Zoe.*Cars that normal people can afford so not Tesla ect.



I quite like the look of CLA but only in the right colour with the right spec and wheels. As most I see are just darker shades with standard wheels it's not so great. The car itself is a bit bleh. Still, the Ioniq makes it look positively pretty by comparison.

Tesla have already been on about the Model 3 coming this year having a Cd superior to this Hyundai and it looks fine.
vulcanproject

Slightly better coefficient of drag than a BMW i8, Jaguar XE or Nissan … Slightly better coefficient of drag than a BMW i8, Jaguar XE or Nissan GTR. Marginally better than an Audi A2 or Alfa Giulia. No better than a Mercedes CLA or Tesla Model S. None of these took a hiding from the ugly stick though. Oh well.



You were doing so well! X)

It looks like they gave the aerodynamics team the front third of... well frankly any Mercedes and told them to finish it off. The back end on the saloon looks like its been melted with a lighter. The estate (sorry shooting brake) designer should have been put down at birth!

From a pure electric point of view* (which is what the car was designed around) its probably the prettiest after the Zoe.

*Cars that normal people can afford so not Tesla ect.
willadams

That is exactly what it is, the Ioniq is the most aero dynamic car in is … That is exactly what it is, the Ioniq is the most aero dynamic car in is class and also one of the highest efficiency ratings in the EPA tests



Slightly better coefficient of drag than a BMW i8, Jaguar XE or Nissan GTR. Marginally better than an Audi A2 or Alfa Giulia. No better than a Mercedes CLA or Tesla Model S. None of these took a hiding from the ugly stick though. Oh well.
vulcanproject

It isn't though. Every half decent car manufacturer has employed … It isn't though. Every half decent car manufacturer has employed aerodynamic modelling for 30 years. Not every car with a low coefficient of drag looks like a walrus with it's fat **** in the air.It's not a valid excuse to make an ugly car.



That is exactly what it is, the Ioniq is the most aero dynamic car in is class and also one of the highest efficiency ratings in the EPA tests
vulcanproject

It isn't though. Every half decent car manufacturer has employed … It isn't though. Every half decent car manufacturer has employed aerodynamic modelling for 30 years. Not every car with a low coefficient of drag looks like a walrus with it's fat **** in the air.It's not a valid excuse to make an ugly car.



​Its funny, it's like things like this are at the whim of personal opinion and are completely subjective because I quite like it.
Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid PCH 9+23, £128.13/month at Ryders of Warrington
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This is a 2 year PCH deal on a Hyundai Hybrid vehicle. A good alternative to the Toyota Prius, but amazing value for money at £4100 including VAT for 2 years motoring. NOTE: this… Read more
lnkkishore

I got a quote for £160 inc vat (6+23 months) for 10K PA for Hybrid SE … I got a quote for £160 inc vat (6+23 months) for 10K PA for Hybrid SE with metallic paint from local Hyundai dealers



lnkkishore

Pl contact Andrew from Murley Hyundai, Warwick. Only few in stock in … Pl contact Andrew from Murley Hyundai, Warwick. Only few in stock in Black & Silver !


Hyundai Birmingham West also offered the same i.e. £160 inc vat (6+23 months) for 10K PA. Pl contact Tom Allam.
Price quoted in OP doesn't include VAT. Just been quoted £128 for base model 9+23
Gozer

As you now know you were wrong, why don't you just delete your original … As you now know you were wrong, why don't you just delete your original post?


Done
hamisj22

Found another offer on Hyundai Ioniq … Found another offer on Hyundai Ioniq SE..http://www.endeavourautomotive.co.uk/hyundai/new-car-offers/hyundai-ioniq-offers/The Hybrid SE model is now available from just £56 per month with £2,500 initial rental on Personal Contract Hire (12,000 miles per annum, 18 month contract – Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid 1.6 SE*).



A great offer but only 18 months, so an average of £192 per month compared to £171 for this one.


Found another offer on Hyundai Ioniq SE..

http://www.endeavourautomotive.co.uk/hyundai/new-car-offers/hyundai-ioniq-offers/
The Hybrid SE model is now available from just £56 per month with £2,500 initial rental on Personal Contract Hire (12,000 miles per annum, 18 month contract – Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid 1.6 SE*).
Hyundai i40 diesel tourer 1.7crdi £149.99 (6+47) £7949.47 @ Yes Lease
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Seems a good price for a relatively large car, same size as Passat/Mondeo/Mazda6. To add some perspective, a Seat Ibiza super mini will cost about £130-150 a month, this works out … Read more
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I don't think there are plenty of places now, there were more when I posted it. I'd agree the image is not in the same league as other brands but some people are not bothered as long as it's cheap to run and does the job.
winchman

I think it's because it doesn't have an Audi badge..Are there any other … I think it's because it doesn't have an Audi badge..Are there any other deals for vectra/Mondeo estates cheaper than this?



You are completely missing the point. It's not a deal as there are plenty of other places that does it for the same or slightly less in fact.

Non-Audi lease deals have done well previously on HUKD. The i40 is just has a lacklustre image and have you seen the boot shape?!

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m5rcc

The lack of heat shows otherwise...


I think it's because it doesn't have an Audi badge..

Are there any other deals for vectra/Mondeo estates cheaper than this?
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winchman

Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for … Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for this price, yes, there is more than one company offering at this price, it doesn't make it a bad deal. As I said most cars this size are over £200 a month.



The lack of heat shows otherwise...
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m5rcc

Standard net price per month for this car by most of the leasers, so not … Standard net price per month for this car by most of the leasers, so not much of a deal...

Thought it was worth letting people know they can get a car this size for this price, yes, there is more than one company offering at this price, it doesn't make it a bad deal. As I said most cars this size are over £200 a month.
Hyundai i10 S (PreRegistered) - £6950 at Rockar Hyundai
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Another good deal from my favourite car dealer - Rockar Hyundai. I've previously bought 2 cars from them, and was looking around for a deal for my daughter who is after a new car … Read more
Jefft

Good idea just the job for the 40 mile trip each way to work and going on … Good idea just the job for the 40 mile trip each way to work and going on holiday with the family and luggage. I wish I had thought of that.



Get a little cycle trailer and you'll be fine
excellent car...not a special deal.
Good deal
Anonstarter

Hot! We have 2011 1.2 i10 Active and it's a marvelous little motor. It"s … Hot! We have 2011 1.2 i10 Active and it's a marvelous little motor. It"s done nearly 44k miles traveling up and down the country and for its size it's a hoot to drive!


I have the 2009 1.2, never missed a beat, passed mot every time. .
Jefft

Good idea just the job for the 40 mile trip each way to work and going on … Good idea just the job for the 40 mile trip each way to work and going on holiday with the family and luggage. I wish I had thought of that.



Cool glad hukd helped you,but you will struggle with the luggage though, so i would ignore the advice.
EURO 2016 - Hyundai FanDome - Kings Cross, London.  Free tickets
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Get up to 4 free tickets for the Euro Fandome at near Kings Cross London. All tickets gone for England matches but there's plenty of availability for the other games. Blurb on … Read more
Anybody with an 'offer code' to access the presale?
anyone got a spare for the england wales game tomorrow?
Thanks for sharing
Got ours... cheers for sharing!!
Rockar Hyundai i10s 5 door £7250.00 save £1745
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Hello I bought the i10 when it was on here last. Just received an email about the i10s for £7250. Great value car
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GAVINLEWISHUKD

Well make sure you vote out on the 23rd June!



​yea. iv heard you he to register too !
the cons won't send a card out like local elections rtc
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS

Feel free to mention its pre registered[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have … Feel free to mention its pre registered[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have full leather If it did,would you order one?



One for each foot
Bought a pre reg one last week for the wife for £6,995 and got a great price for the old trade in.
She loves it, great little city car, must admit I quite like it myself.
Ours came with the blue start thing or whatever it's called, never seems to use any fuel, amazing!!!.
Feel free to mention its pre registered
[quote=GAZZA-UK]Does this have full leather
If it did,would you order one?

Bendown

Owned a i10 for the last six years from new, never missed a beat. Would … Owned a i10 for the last six years from new, never missed a beat. Would recommend, mpg nowhere near what they say. Might be tempted if it was a diesel. Need something now that is better with fuel consumption.



I've got a little Picanto 1 for a run around.

MPG is all over the place!

Worst I've seen is a miserable 38MPG and the best, a completely mindblowing 82.44MPG!!!!
Hyundai i20 Premium SE £3,640 off RRP £11995.00 rockar
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Just received this in a newsletter from Rockar Hyundai, I bought an i10 from them on their last deal which has been great so far! Looks like it's a pre-registered car, I've done … Read more
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That is a lot for a car you could pick up for 7 grand last year (time machine not included)
fireman1

Oxford or Cambridge?



​tis good un I bought to
mrezaghabel

it's excellent car I bought


Oxford or Cambridge?
it's excellent car I bought
12 g for a supermini is ridiculous
Hyundai I10 from Rockar for £6995
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Hyundai i10 S Blue Drive 5 door for £6995. Comes with 5 year warranty. I got the i30 deal from Rockar about 6 months ago and have been very pleased with the car.
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Has the SE version gone up since this thread began? It's £8350 now - I thought in was £7995. Rockar say it hasn't gone up, and that I must've been looking at the finance figures. Hmmm.
rickj

Obviously don't know how to maintain a car.All air cons need regassing … Obviously don't know how to maintain a car.All air cons need regassing sooner or later as coolant becomes less effective over time..same principal as your fridge .If not serviced it will start to smell as well due to bacteria build up .Presume you have never had engine oil changed either.We are talking about a new 7k car with 5 years warranty so if aircon is a deal breaker you need to up budget.


Strangely enough I do know a lot about servicing cars and your presumption about me never changing engine oil is incorrect as well. Do you often spout garbage.
Problem is people are scared to use Aircon because they were told not to - "It lowers fuel economy".
What those people wern't told is by not using aircon, they are damaging the Aircon system.

Once upon a time it was true that Aircon had quite an effect on fuel economy. Nowadays, with low resistance bearings being commonplace on engine components - there is no reason not to leave the aircon on all the time. It keeps the system lubricated and active. If you dont use it, it will dry out the seals, causing the gas to escape.

I had a 2005 Ford focus that i rarely used the aircon on, come the summertime - i tried to use it, and it diddnt work. So i took it to be regassed, but while it was being tested, it blew out one of the seals so the aircon wouldnt work AT ALL.

The car i replaced it with i keep the aircon running all the time - it means the car steams up a lot less and the Aircon system has been working well over 5 years now.
GO2SPECSAVERS2013

to all the divvies moaning about air con costs and maintenance. If you … to all the divvies moaning about air con costs and maintenance. If you use your air con regularly it never needs re-gassing, you keep the gasses stimulated by using it, its only when you don't use it the gas goes stale and needs re gassing, off set that cost against mpg loss and over a 2 or 3 year period the expense is about the same(mileage dependant) and you just leave it on when you want warm air as it conditions the air for you anyway and keeps the gas stimulated. good post but someone always whinges about the most negative and trivial of things. if you don't want air con - don't use it and then you don't need to re-gas it so it doesn't cost anything.



Not being funny but that's utter rubbish!

"its only when you don't use it the gas goes stale and needs re gassing" that's hilarious!

You know why cars air-con needs refilling? It's due to gas escaping, simple as that. Gas will always escape due to the o-rings and lip seals on the compressor being very slightly porous. When a small amount escapes the system becomes inefficient, and once a bit more escapes the pressure sensor then stops the compressor clutch kicking in (to prevent damage incase oil has also been lost).

Although it is true that running the system helps slow this leakage down as it causes the pag oil in the gas to be redistributed coating the insides of the system which minimises the porosity of the seals and helps prevent perishing of the rubber.

There is no such thing as "stimulted gas", running the system merely distributes lubricant.....

But ALL air conditioning systems need refilled eventually.
ifitsfreeitsmine

There's a difference between cool air and cold air



Good grief, now I remember why I never bother posting anything in a forum.
Cool? Cold? Means the same thing in this context. The aircon "cools" the air, therefore it comes out cool.
It doesn't "cold" it, that's not a verb, but the air could also be described as cold.
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