The Hyundai 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan ensures the ix35 Premium 1.7 CRDi is better value than a free holiday. Terms for the manufacturer's “representative example” include the £10,736 deposit which represents fifty percent of its list price. This is followed by thirty-six monthly payments of £279 with 0% interest. The total cost of this crossover vehicle is therefore £20,780 including delivery, the registration fee, number plates, and a twelve month tax disc. For that price, this family-focussed workhorse has Creamy White paint rather than metallic. Furthermore, this Conditional Sale Plan is only for motorists over eighteen and guarantees and indemnities may be required. At the end of the term the driver owns the car with nothing else to pay. This is a contrast to Personal Contract Purchase Plans that require motorists to return their cars or make large final payments to own them. However - unlike a holiday that lives forever in the memory - Hyundai's 0% Interest Conditional Sale Plan is only available between April 1st and June 30th 2013. The ix35 Premium 1.7 CRDi 2WD is also available to upfront buyers for £20,780.
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Hyundai ix35 Premium 1.7 CRDi 2WD Review
The Hyundai ix35 Premium 1.7 CRDi 2WD has strengths that make it even more appealing than a free holiday. First and foremost this crossover vehicle – that rivals the Nissan Qashqai – incorporates strengths from several classes of vehicle. It therefore has the styling (and image) of a four-wheel-drive mud plunger thanks to its chunky lines and high roof. It is best suited to the road, though. Furthermore, it has the practicality of a medium-size estate thanks to its 591-litre cargo capacity that can be increased to 1,436-litres by folding the rear seats flat. The ix35 Premium also has the specification of a luxury saloon. Highlights include the: dual-zone climate control that incorporates a humidity sensor, partial leather seats, panoramic roof, key-less entry system, start/stop button, seventeen-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, and the electronic stability program that makes cornering safer. But despite these strengths the Hyundai ix35 Premium 1.7 CRDi has the running costs of a small family car. It therefore averages 48.7mpg and can be taxed for £125 per-year as its carbon emissions are only 139g/km. This complements the composed handling, respectable performance, and modest footprint that make motoring both relaxing and entertaining. What better vehicle for those blessed with a free holiday?