Hyundai is setting new standards for supermini value with its best selling Getz, which is now available from just £5,995 on-the-road while offer stocks last.
A £1,000 saving on the already high value special edition Getz 1.1 SE, which comes with air-conditioning free of charge, means the three-door SE in ebony black is now just £5,995 and the five-door variant is only £6,495.
What is more, as well as the £1,000 saving and free air-conditioning, both SE models also come with three years’ free RAC Assistance and Hyundai’s market-leading five year, unlimited mileage warranty, which is fully transferable from owner to owner.
For £295 extra, the Getz SE is available in two unique metallic colours, celadon blue and lilac blue.
The SE is equipped to the same level as the Getz GSI model and includes: power steering, stereo RDS radio/CD player, electric front windows, three 3-point rear seatbelts, central-locking, driver and passenger airbags, engine immobiliser, 60/40 split folding rear seats, height adjustable steering wheel and ABS with electronic brake force distribution.Incredible offers on Getz 1.3 GSI until 31 March
Until the end of March 2005, Hyundai is also offering a £900 saving on the Getz 1.3 GSI three-door manual, making it just £6,595 on-the-road.
As if this was not enough, the 1.3 GSI comes with one year’s free insurance, three years’ free servicing* and three years’ RAC Assistance, as well as Hyundai’s unique five-year warranty.
*Three years’ free servicing is based on a total mileage of 30,000 over three years.
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