The company that brought you the five year warranty – Hyundai – has come up with another surprise to bring you greater peace of mind … three years free servicing on the award-winning Getz range.
The offer runs from 1 July to 30 September, and applies to all models in the Getz range. Getz prices start at £6,995 for the 1.1 GSI three-door and finish with £10,145 for the 1.6 CDX and 1.6 Sport.
The free servicing offer arguably makes the Getz one of the best value cars available in the UK. It comes with Hyundai’s industry leading five year, unlimited mileage, transferable warranty, as well as three years RAC Assistance and six years anti-perforation cover.
The start of the year saw the Getz 1.1 GSI win What Car?’s coveted Budget Car of the Year award, snatching the accolade from the Ford Ka – winner for the previous six years.
It also received a Commendation at the Auto Express New Car honours on 19 June in the Budget Car category.
Standard equipment on all Getz models includes driver and front passenger airbags, anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution, electric windows and stereo RDS radio/CD player.Saving of £1,000 on Matrix
Hyundai is also offering a £1,000 saving off the on-the-road price of the Matrix 1.6 GSI mini-MPV, which will be a very tempting £9,995 from 1 July to 30 September.
Commended for its versatility, the Pininfarina-designed Matrix range has the following equipment as standard: air conditioning, driver, front passenger and side airbags, alloy wheels, anti-lock brakes, central locking, electric front and rear windows, power steering and stereo radio/CD player with RDS.
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