Today’s hot car deal: award-winning Hyundai Tucson for £273 a month
Our hot deal for November 28 is a cheap lease on a former Carbuyer Car of the Year
What’s not to like about a good deal on a former Carbuyer Car of the Year? That’s what we’ve uncovered with the Hyundai Tucson, a well-specced, practical family SUV that rarely sneaks down beneath the £300-per-month mark, but which currently looks a bit of a steal at £273 per month on a personal contract hire (PCH) lease.
What’s so good about this Hyundai Tucson deal?
We uncovered this package on broker Leasing.com’s website, and the numbers look very solid on such a highly rated car. The Hyundai Tucson 1.6 TGDi is in stock, so you shouldn’t have to wait long to get the car, and it costs £273 per month over a 48-month contract.
That’s after an initial payment of £2,457, plus £193 of fees – and while that’s a reasonably punchy up-front payment, it’s worth remembering that a four-year arrangement means you wouldn’t have to worry about replacing the car until 2027.
There’s a mileage limit on this deal of 5,000 miles per year; if that looks a little low to you, you can increase it to a more respectable 8,000 miles per year by paying a little more per month (£280) and a slightly higher initial payment (£2,721, including the £193 of fees).
What’s so good about the Hyundai Tucson?
The basic Tucson package hasn’t changed since we awarded the model our coveted Car of the Year crown back in 2022. The version on offer here features a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine producing 148bhp, a six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive. This combo returns an official 42mpg on the combined WLTP fuel-consumption test, and is capable of taking the Tucson from 0-62mph in 10.3 seconds.
The version available here is in Premium trim, which is one up from the entry point in the line-up. It brings a decent level of standard equipment, including a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster with a matching infotainment screen, heated front seats and steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking cameras with a reversing camera, cruise control and 18-inch alloy wheels.
This regular petrol version of the Tucson has the largest boot capacity in the range, at up to 620 litres. Its ride can be a teeny bit on the firm side, but it compensates for this with crisp handling and fine body control, along with a neatly finished cabin that has plenty of neat family-car touches.
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Anything else I need to know about this deal?
This is a lease deal, often referred to as Personal Contract Hire (PCH), so there’s no option to buy the car at the end of the contract. You are in effect renting the car for a fixed four-year term, but the deal is very flexible at the beginning so you can adjust the term length, mileage limit and initial payment size to suit. Once the contract ends, you just hand the keys back and start looking for your next car.
Our hot deals are carefully selected by our car buying experts and they are all subject to change. Always read the full terms and conditions and make sure the car and the deal suits your needs.
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