Deal of the day: Hyundai i40 Tourer

Used Hyundai i40 Tourer 2011-present review

Ownership cost

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What used Hyundai i40 estate will I get for my budget?

You can pick up a higher mileage example of the i40 Tourer for under £5000, but if you’re looking for one with an average mileage for the year and a full service history then expect to pay between £7000 and £9000 for a 2012 or 2013 car. Up this to between £10,000 and £12,000 and you’ll find 2014 and 2015 cars with the same criteria from independent dealers. Above £12,000 will get you into a 2015/2016 post-facelift car, bought from a franchised dealer.

How much does it cost to run a Hyundai i40 estate?

Of the diesel engines on offer, the 113bhp version has the lowest running costs, with 67.3mpg and £20 road tax, if registered before the tax changes of April 2017 came into force. The 134bhp version can be had both with or without fuel-saving technology. Without, the car has an average of 55.4mpg and £135 tax for the manual and 47.1mpg and £190 tax for the auto. With the fuel-saving tech on the manual version, the average goes up to 62.8mpg and road tax is brought down to £30, if registered before April 2017. Any cars registered after April 2017 will be subject to annual car tax at the current rate of £140 a year.

As part of a 2015 facelift, that higher-powered 1.7 diesel was retuned to 139bhp and comes with fuel-saving tech as standard, so both fuel consumption and emissions were reduced. Manual cars have an average of 65.7mpg and £30 tax, autos are a little worse at 56.5mpg and £115 road tax, again as long as they were registered before the tax change date.

Servicing costs for the i40 Tourer will be comparable to rivals'; however, early cars can now take advantage of discounted servicing, since they are old enough to be out of the manufacturer’s warranty period. Included as part of the package is 12 months of AA roadside assistance coverage, which could be worth considering if you normally pay to take out your own breakdown cover.

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Hyundai i40 Tourer

Of the diesel engines on offer, the 113bhp version has the lowest running costs, with 67.3mpg and £20 road tax, if registered before the tax changes of April 2017 came into force. The 134bhp version can be had both with or without fuel-saving technology. Without, the car has an average of 55.4mpg and £135 tax for the manual and 47.1mpg and £190 tax for the auto. With the fuel-saving tech on the manual version, the average goes up to 62.8mpg and road tax is brought down to £30, if registered before April 2017. Any cars registered after April 2017 will be subject to annual car tax at the current rate of £140 a year.

As part of a 2015 facelift, that higher-powered 1.7 diesel was retuned to 139bhp and comes with fuel-saving tech as standard, so both fuel consumption and emissions were reduced. Manual cars have an average of 65.7mpg and £30 tax, autos are a little worse at 56.5mpg and £115 road tax, again as long as they were registered before the tax change date.

Servicing costs for the i40 Tourer will be comparable to rivals'; however, early cars can now take advantage of discounted servicing, since they are old enough to be out of the manufacturer’s warranty period. Included as part of the package is 12 months of AA roadside assistance coverage, which could be worth considering if you normally pay to take out your own breakdown cover.

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