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Engine size 1086
Engine size 999
Can you think of a friend you could possibly phone if Tarrant was to ask you to name the differences between a Hyundai Amica and a Hyundai Atoz? Both tiny five door city cars, both powered by a miniature 1.0-litre engine, both given the cold shoulder by UK buyers in favour of something more conventional the similarities between them seem more obvious than the distinctions. Hyundai claimed the Amica was wrapped in a more sporty, rounded bodyshell. Park the two cars side by side and they both seem vaguely slab sided, whilst the only sporting image the Amica conjures up is seniors tour golf. Nonetheless, if we put aside Hyundai's vacuous marketing puff, what are we left with? The Amica is an unconventional, if highly effective, city car that will appeal to those who want the peace of mind of buying nearly new without paying the earth.
What you're buying into with a used Hyundai Amica is peace of mind. Knowing that it's unlikely that the previous owner abused the car, knowing that you've got the backup of some of the best after sales service around and safe in the knowledge that not a lot goes wrong, as long as you're aware of the Amica's limitations it's hard to put a foot wrong. It's not the most stylish or most sophisticated city car, but it's got simplicity, functionality and value on its side, and won't cost a fortune to run. It's an honest and unpretentious used buy.
Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount
payable of £10,410.72.
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