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4 Day Sale - Tucson from $27,990, i30 - Go from $20,990 @ Hyundai

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Hyundai 4 day sale
PLUS $1000 Factory Bonus[B3]

PLUS No Deposit No Repayments for 3 months[F4]

iMax - Active $44,990
Tucson - Go $27,990
Accent - Sport $16,990

T & C
Terms and Conditions
QLD/WA/SA/NT/TAS: All cars must be ordered and delivered between 21st November 2018 and 24th November 2018 and delivered by 30th November 2018.
NSW/ACT/VIC: All cars must be ordered and delivered between 22nd November 2018 and 25th November 2018 and delivered by 30th November 2018.
Offers are valid while stocks last and exclude govt, fleet and rental buyers.
[D]Driveaway price includes the recommended retail price, 12 months registration, compulsory third party insurance, dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Metallic and Mica paint are optional extras and are an additional cost.
[F1]$199 per week repayment based on TM Santa Fe Active 2.4 Petrol Automatic with metallic paint with drive away offer price of $47,415 and amount financed of $47,871 on a Consumer Fixed Rate Loan with Hyundai CarPlan feature with a 15,000km p.a. allowance, financed at an interest rate of 7.71% p.a. over 48 months with an [F3]agreed trade in value/residual payment of $17,200. [F2]8.95% p.a. comparison rate is based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Credit criteria, fees, charges, terms and conditions apply. Subject to suitability. Finance applications must be submitted and approved by 30/11/18 and settled by 30/11/18.

[F4] Finance to approved applicants (excludes Government, Rental and Large Fleet Buyers). Interest accrues during the no repayment period (the no repayment period is not interest free), and must be paid after the no repayment period over the subsequent repayments. As a result, the total interest charges payable over the term of a loan with a no repayment period will be higher than equivalent loans without a no repayment period. Only available on Consumer Fixed Rate Loans and Commercial Goods Loans. Offer ends 30th November 2018. Credit criteria, fees, charges and terms and conditions apply. Hyundai Finance is a registered trademark of Hyundai Motor Company and is operated under licence offered by St.George Bank – A Division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other finance offer.

[F5]Finance to approved applicants (excludes Government, Rental and Large Fleet Buyers). Finance offer applies to all Kona models. 1.3% P.A. comparison rate is based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Credit Criteria, fees, charges, terms and conditions apply. Maximum finance term of 4 years with a minimum 20% deposit required. Finance applications must be approved and settled by 30/11/18. Hyundai finance is a registered trademark of Hyundai Motor Company Pty Ltd ABN 58 008 995 588 and is operated under licence by St. George Bank - A Division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 233714. Offer valid whilst stocks last and excludes govt, fleet and rental buyers.

[F6]Finance to approved ABN Holders (excluding government, fleet and rental buyers) only on a Goods Loan or Hire Purchase. Finance offer applies to iLoad TQ4 Models with a maximum finance term of 4 years and minimum 20% deposit. Finance applications must be approved by 30th November 2018 and settled by 30th November 2018. Credit criteria, fees, charges and terms and conditions apply. Hyundai Finance is a registered trademark of Hyundai Motor Company and is operated under licence by St.George Bank – A Division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 233714.

[*]Hyundai CarPlan from Hyundai Finance is a feature which ensures you receive an agreed trade in value (determined by Hyundai Finance) at the end of the term of your finance contract when you trade it in at a participating Hyundai dealer for a new or demonstrator Hyundai in accordance with the terms and conditions. To exercise the feature your vehicle must be inspected and assessed by a participating Hyundai dealer at the end of the term of your finance contract. Adjustments to the value may apply. Provided you comply with the terms and conditions, the amount you receive on trade in will satisfy the final repayment under your existing finance contract, even where the trade in value is less than the repayment amount. If you decide to keep your car instead of purchasing a new or demonstrator Hyundai, you are required to pay out the balance of your finance contract. The agreed trade in value is not a representation by Hyundai Finance as to the likely market value of your vehicle as at the end of your contract. If the vehicle is not returned in an acceptable condition, as defined in the terms and conditions or exceeds kilometre restrictions, the agreed trade in value will be reduced you’ll be required to pay the difference. For further information on Hyundai CarPlan visit https://www.hyundai.com.au/owning/carplan All cars must be ordered and delivered by 31/11/18. Hyundai Finance is the registered business name of Hyundai Motor Company Australia Pty Ltd ABN 58 008 995 588. Hyundai Finance and Hyundai CarPlan are registered trademarks of Hyundai Motor Company used under sub-licence by St.George Bank – A Division of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714.

[B3]$1000 Factory bonus applies to all new and demonstrator models excluding i30N and i30 Trophy. .

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  • OP perhaps amend title to Tucson.

  • +1

    tvr tuscan for 27k , bargain !

  • +3

    Thanks I bought one for my two kitties.

    • +4

      Username checks out.

  • I got a better deal, just buy a 1-3 year old version of what you like, save 20-50%

    • +2

      (+ stamp duty) 😂

      +enjoy your ex-rental vehicle 😂

      • +1

        You realise cars depreciate in value the most in the first year right?

        Check the odometer if you dont want high k's

        • -4

          Depends on the car, you realise not every car is the same, right?

          You realise as soon as you drive out, it's depreciated in value by the same amount as the stamp duty & rego, right?

          High kms doesn't equal ex-rental 😂 god there's some stupid advice on these forums.

  • Tuscon from $27,990

    It's a Tucson

  • +2

    the appeal of these cheaper cars is that you can afford to buy them new , and then you know the cars history, it has close to 0 kms on it and if looked after would provide many years of motoring, the longer you keep it the more value you get, depreciation tapers off after a while so it depends if you buy a new car every 3 years through your business and it’s tax deductible or you buy it personally from your own money and keep it for a long time.

    my car is over 15 years old, was bought new, hasn’t been crashed and repaired etc and probably will keep it until electric cars become more readily available.

    • I don't get the buying new every three years for business tax deduction purpose. Does it actually save enough tax to offset the depreciation?

      • I thought most businesses fleet their cars, hence swappidy swap once the warranty or lease is over.

      • if you are a sole trader then no, there are different lease periods based on the company doing the financing and the type of car, i know luxury cars like bmw you can lease for up to 5 years not sure about basic cars such as kia , also warranty periods as a car under warranty has predictable maintence costs car out of warranty don’t eg engine lows up and financial people like to be able to budget and not get unexpected expenses.

        a perk where i worked was novated lease … staff would then buy /
        at out residual of the car after 5 years ….worked well if you wanted a bmw as the book value was less than the street value after 5 years, and you got new tyres, brakes batteries etc done just before lease ended.

        fbt was the killer if you didn’t do enough kms ….think it was to stop people garaging cars and then selling with low kms or getting a nice car via company for wife just to drop kids off.

  • +3

    Further rebates available if you are a carlton football club member $500 for i30 and $1000 for Tucson. Membership costs less than the rebate. https://www.hyundai.com.au/why-hyundai/sponsorships/carlton-...

  • +4

    If you haggle well enough you can get a better deal than this.

    • yeah, not sure why we see these car deals , they are widely advertised in the media and you negotiate (haggle is such a cheap sounding term) a better price or extras or model upgrade.

      don’t know anybody that has ever settled for an advertised price on car ….

      next car i buy will be electric , less parts, cheaper to refuel, and i’m spending more time stuck in traffic with car wasting petrol idling, or changing gears , big hit will be battery replacement after 5-8 years.

      will be interesting how the government tries to charge for road use on electric cars ….if you try and track i’m sure people will figure out how to jam or disable….people will be real upset paying for petrol and be taxed when car next to them just pays for electricity, and you can’t do it via flat annual tax as hybrid could be using petrol or electricity or both.

    • Yeah. And even if you can't haggle you can get one of those proxy haggling services to do it for you and still get a better deal than this.

  • yuk

  • i30n plz thx

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