It’s always nice when someone chips-in to help reduce the cost of anything in life, whether it’s a takeaway or a brand new car, every little helps. That’s why Hyundai are offering an extremely generous deposit contribution against various versions of their brand new Kona model.
So, the deal is as follows: on S, SE, Premium and Premium SE & PLAY models are now all available from Hyundai with a massive £1,750 deposit contribution from the manufacturer at just 4.9% APR. The deposit contribution is available on both Personal Contract Purchase deals and Personal Motor Loan deals too.
So, what’s the Kona all about?
The Kona is Hyundai’s B-segment SUV. It takes the role of the popular KIA Cee’d model and raises the platform to provide a more refined driving experience, better road presence and more dominating ride height.
As you can see from the pictures the Kona is a particularly good looking small SUV and it is available with either 2 wheel drive or 4 wheel drive.
The entry-level S model is the most affordable of the bunch and it comes with 16” alloy wheels, Bluetooth speakers and a few more other treats. The SE is the level above and this one has 17” alloys, a rear parking camera as well as a leather steering wheel and gear knob.
Above the SE is the Play model, which comes with 18” alloy wheels, tinted windows, metallic paint and protective bodywork. Then, above the Play is the Premium. The Premium spec is the sweet spot in the range, you get all the kit mentioned so far as well as wireless phone charging, start/stop technology, keyless entry and so on.
If you really want to get a high spec car then the SE features all the benefits of the Premium but with electric operating front seats which are also covered in lovely leather.
Now, this deal from Hyundai won’t last forever so you’ll need to get in touch with your local dealership immediately to make the most of these generous contributions. Obviously, given the ongoing circumstances with the Coronavirus, your local dealership will not be open to the public right now, but you can still make an enquiry online, request a brochure or call your dealership to register your interest before the deal expires.