What used Hyundai Amica hatchback will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Hyundai Amica hatchback?
In a word, no: running costs are low. Even late cars in range-topping GSi trim can be had for peanuts, and most will have low-mileages.
Running costs are very competitive, if not brilliant. You'll get 44.8mpg from the 1.0-litre engine, and insurance groupings stand at 3 for the Si and 4 for the GSi.
If you're considering the 2006 car, you'll pay a lot more for it by virtue of the fact that it will be a lot newer. However, you'll get better running costs, thanks to the more efficient 1.1-litre engine, which returns an average of 52.3mpg. Insurance groupings, again, are 3 or 4.
Like most Hyundais, though, the Amica doesn't seem particularly cheap to service. Even this little city car will cost you more to maintain than the average supermini - surprising when you consider that this is the budget car from a budget brand.