so some good discounts are available if you qualify for Hyundai's affinity scheme here in the UK, but as normal there can be strings attached, chat to your dealer and check which models models are in the scheme and the what discount applies to them and any other conditions, as not all models / trim levels are available on affinity and sometimes its not the best dealGood morning BC1! Shocked me but yes it is! If you go premium se with a colour you save ..... £3,232.08 so a massive saving there! Do you want a new one? lol
you can still get gap through the dealer I think as it tends to be a separate product, but it tends to be more expensive, but you can haggle, just make sure you compare like for like, so get the details of the dealer gap and compare the small print to any cheaper ones you findThanks BC1! Very informative!
I had never thought of a bank loan actually! And that could well make sense (or at the very least, be another avenue to look at if I lean more towards an ex-demo car!) And by the sounds of it I could still get gap insurance on this (just presumably not via the dealer)?
By the looks of it the affinity brings down the brand new cost to that in line with the ex-demos I've been seeing on Motors/Autotrader, but would still be interested to see monthly breakdowns so I'll give them a call tomorrow. It's good to know what sort of price to expect though!
yep, get first deal on paper, take it away to "think about as its a bit more than you thought" make sure they have your details then leave them for a day or twoThat's the key. I saved 35 per month for 4 years asking my leasing company to sharpen their pencil.
Yep, like a 17 year old on a moped who was going to quick on black ice and ended up in the back of my Golf this morning and cracked the bumper. Thankfully no injuries and my car is drive able until it goes in for repairdirty cars tend to be valued lower as dirt can hide issues