Hyundai are a hugely popular brand and are known for their well-built, practical and hugely reliable models.
Hyundai models are also great to lease. Their affordability and low CO2 emissions make them extremely popular lease cars. So what Hyundai is best?
We look at some of the Hyundai lease deals on the market at the moment to help you decide what Hyundai is best for you.
What Hyundai lease deals are there?
Before we begin, we should advise that these lease deals are not fixed, and the prices are simply a guide. There are many things that impact lease deals and we recommend that you do your own research or contact a reputable vehicle broker for the latest deals that are best for you. These prices are also correct as of December 2017 and are subject to change.
There are two engines available and are both petrol, which is to be expected. The first engine is a 65hp three-cylinder 1.0-litre unit and the second is an 86bhp, 1.2-litre four-cylinder engine. Both offer a five-speed manual gearbox but an automatic is available on the bigger engine. The fastest engine is the 1.2-litre and can achieve 0-62mph in 12.1 seconds. The most efficient model is the 1.0-litre SE Blue. It benefits from a stop/start system and cuts emissions to 93g/km of CO2. It also achieves 70.6mpg.
There are a few trims to choose from, ranging from the S, SE, SE Blue, Premium and Premium SE. All the models get electric front windows, remote central locking, USB connection and a trip computer. SE models and above get air-con, cruise control, electrically operated mirrors and alloy wheels. The Premium models get a leather trimmed steering wheel and gear-lever as well as Bluetooth and music streaming. You can upgrade to a four-speaker sound system that comes with Bluetooth connection, voice recognition and remote controls on the steering wheel. You can also opt for a Driver Assist Pack which features lane departure and forward collision warnings.
In terms of space, there is quite a bit for a small car. It has a 252-litre boot space with the rear seats in place. It extends to 1,046-litres if you fold the rear seats down. Both these sizes are some of the biggest in its class. That said, if you have a spare wheel then the boot space does shrink to 218-litres and 1,012-litres with the seats down.
If you were to lease the i10 then you will be looking at upwards of £133 a month for an entry level model on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £110 a month on a Business Contract Hire. If you were to lease a top of the range model then you are looking at upwards of £180 a month on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £150 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
There are a few trim levels to choose from, starting with the S model. This comes with steel wheels, Bluetooth phone connection and air-con. The SE comes with a five-inch touchscreen, rear parking sensors and electric folding door mirrors. The SE nav comes with an eight-inch navigation screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Premium and Premium SE trims get puddle lights, 17-inch alloy wheels and an electric driver’s seat.
There are a lot of safety features as standard including Rear Cross Traffic Alert. There is also live services such as traffic, weather and speed camera alerts. You also get a seven-year free subscription to Hyundai’s Live Services as standard.
Engine wise, there are two petrol units and a diesel to choose from. The 1.0 T-GDi 120PS turbo three-cylinder petrol is only available in S, SE and SE Nav trims. The 1.4 T-GDi 140PS petrol comes in all trims apart from the S, as is the 1.6 CRDi 110PS diesel engine. All models come with a six-speed manual gearbox as standard. If you’re looking for the most powerful engine then you will want to look at the 1.4 T-GDi, which can achieve 0-62mph in 8.9 seconds. For the most efficient then the 1.6-litre CRDi is your best bet which achieves 74.3mpg and emits just 99g/km of CO2, making it very appealing for company car drivers.
In terms of boot space, the Hyundai offers 395-litres which extends to 1,301-litres when you fold the seats down.
If you were to lease the i30 then you are looking at upwards of £190 a month for an entry-level model on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £150 a month on a Business Contract Hire. If you were to lease a top of the range model then you are looking at upwards of £280 on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £230 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
There is an all-electric model, a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid available. The electric motor comes with a 139bhp from a four-cylinder petrol engine. It also comes with a six-speed DCT automatic box. The plug-in hybrid comes with a bigger 8.9kWh battery pack. The electric model claims to have a range of 174-miles on a single charge and the hybrid model will reach 74mph before the petrol engine kicks in. If you are looking for the fastest model then the electric model can reach 62mph in 10.2 seconds. The most efficient is obviously the electric model but the hybrid model emits 79g/km of CO2 and returns 47.9mpg. The plug-in model takes around 2.5 hours to charge.
Standard equipment include Xenon headlamps and C-shaped LED running lights as well as 15-inch alloy wheels, though you can opt for 17-inch alloy wheels if you want.
The Premium SE models get heated and ventilated leather seats, parking sensors and a reversing camera as standard. You also get an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
In terms of space, you get a 443-litre boot, which is ahead of the Prius. The lithium-ion battery pack is underneath the rear bench, which allows for more room. If you fold the rear seats then you get 1,505-litres. The spare wheel comes as standard which means that underfloor boot storage is limited. The fully electric model comes with a 350-litre boot.
If you were to lease an entry level Ioniq on a Personal Contract Hire you will be looking at upwards of £190 a month. If you were to lease through a Business Contract Hire then you will be looking at upwards of £160 a month. For a top of the range model, you will be looking at upwards of £330 a month on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £275 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
There are a range of petrol and diesel engines to choose from. There’s a 113bhp 1.70-litre diesel, a 134bhp 2.0-diesel, and a 182bhp 2.0 diesel as well as a 113bhp 1.6-litre petrol and a 174bhp 1.60 petrol engine. The most efficient model is the 1.7-litre diesel with a six-speed manual gearbox, returning 61.7mpg and emits 119g/km of CO2.
There are a few trim levels to choose from; S, SE, SE Nav, Sport, Premium and Premium SE. The entry-level model comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity and air-con. The best value is the SE Nav which comes with 17-inch alloys, climate control, parking sensors and lane-keeping assist. The top of the range model comes with heated and cooling seats as well as an electric tailgate. All models come with DAB radio, Bluetooth and air conditioning. SE models get rear parking sensors, heated front seats and climate control.
In terms of size, the Tucson has a 513-litre boot, larger than the Qashqai, and if you fold the seats flat then this extends to 1,503-litres.
If you were to lease a Tucson then you are looking at upwards of £190 a month for an entry-level model on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £160 a month on a Business Contract Hire. If you were to lease a top of the range model then you are looking at upwards of £330 a month on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £275 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
There are four trims to choose from; S, SE Nav, SE Nav Business and the Premium trim. The entry level model gets 16-inch alloys, air-conditioning, heated door mirrors as well as Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Upgrades include DAB radio, sat-nav, a reversing camera and heated front seats. The SE Nav Business trim includes dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery as well as keyless entry and start. The range topping models come with lane departure warning, a panoramic sunroof and ventilated front seats.
There are a few engines to choose from. The range starts with a 1.7-litre diesel through to a 140bhp 1.7-litre diesel. The most efficient, of course, is the entry model. It comes with economy-enhancing technologies and include intelligent alternator, low-resistance tyres, a gear change indicator and an automatic radiator blank. This technology lowers the emissions to 110g/km of CO2 and achieves 65.7mpg.
In terms of space, the Hyundai i40 boasts a 525-litre boot and plenty of space for five adults, even in the back of the car.
If you were to lease an i40 then you are looking at upwards of £220 a month for an entry level model on a Personal Contract Hire. If you are leasing through your business on a Business Contract Hire then you will be looking at upwards of £180 a month. For a top of the range model on a Personal Contract Hire then you will be looking at upwards of £320 a month and upwards of £270 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
Hyundai Santa Fe
The Santa Fe is the 4×4 of the Hyundai family and competes with the likes of the Honda CR-V and the Mazda CX-5. It is hugely practical, looks good and it also has the option of seven seats. There is just one engine available, the 194bhp 2.2-litre CRD diesel, of which comes in either manual or automatic.
The engine is pretty impressive, and if you pair it with a six-speed manual then you get from 0-60mph in just 9.8 seconds. Depending on the drivetrain depends on how much CO2 it emits. If you opt for a six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel-drive then the Santa Fe achieves 47.9mpg and emits 155g/km of CO2. The six-speed manual gearbox with four-wheel drive achieves 47.9mpg but emits slightly more at 159g/km of CO2. The automatic gearbox in the 4×4 guise achieves 41.5mpg and emits 178g/km of CO2.
The trim levels are the same as all the other Hyundai models and the Premium model comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome exterior highlights, roof rails and privacy glass as well as leather seat facings, a touchscreen infotainment system and cruise and climate control. The Premium SE version gets bigger wheels, a panoramic roof, blind spot detection and park assist and rear cross traffic alert.
In terms of space, you get 585-litres of boot space in the five seat model. This extends to 1,680-litres if you fold the rear seats down. On the seven seater then this is reduced to 516-litres and 1,615-litres with the seats folded down. The seats can be folded in a 60:40 split and can also slide back and forth for easier access. The Santa Fe can also tow 750kg unbraked or 2,500kg braked. You can also buy the Trailer Stability Assist system. This improves towing safety by limiting torque and braking individual wheels when necessary.
If you were to lease the Santa Fe then you will be looking at upwards of £329 a month for an entry level model on a Personal Contract Hire. On a Business Contract Hire then you will be looking at upwards of £275 a month. For a top of the range model then you will be looking at upwards of £570 a month on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £480 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
Hopefully this has given you an idea of the type of Hyundai models on the market today. As we said, these are a guide and the prices are subject to change. Therefore, we recommend contacting an experienced vehicle broker who will be able to find you the best deals and negotiate the best price for your situation.
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