Hyundai i10

£85 per month with a £1,778 deposit (5.9 per cent APR)

Hyundai i10

Hyundai is currently offering £1,350 off the list price of its i10 city car if you buy on PCP. That cuts the on-the-road price to £6,995 for the Classic 1.2 model. Pay a deposit of £1,778 and the i10 will be sitting pretty on your driveway for just £85 per month. The optional final payment is £2,444.

Classic models come with air-con, electric front windows, front and front side airbags, CD player with MP3 compatibility and USB and aux connections.

On top of that, the 1.2-litre engine is capable of doing 61.4mpg, the little car is surprisingly practical for its compact dimensions, and it comes with a five-year warranty.

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