Sports coupe's price is slashed to £12,995 – making it cheaper than some Ford Fiestas.
Hyundai has slashed £5000 from the price of its Coupe to offer it for supermini money. Though long in the tooth (the first generation car launched in 1996), it’s now a bargain at £12,995. That’s £2600 less than you’d have paid when the car first began UK sales.
The 2.0-litre, 141bhp coupe comes with leather seats as standard, along with alloys wheel, climate controlled air conditioning, heated front seats and cruise control. If you spent a bit more, though, the TSIII version also backs Eibach springs, anthracite-finish alloy wheels, quad exhausts, a larger boot spoiler and quilted leather seats. This version costs £14,295. Hyundai's five-year, unlimited-mileage warranty covers both models.
Hyundai has now stopped making the car but says it has enough in stock to keep selling until the replacement model rolls along – late next year.
Customers with a car at least 10 years old to swap can claim the Government's £1000 scrappage allowance on top of these discounts.