What used Hyundai Trajet MPV will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Hyundai Trajet MPV?
The Trajet was one of the cheapest large MPVs when new, and its weak resale values mean used buyers can pick up a tasty bargain.
Hyundai also offered all of its models with a five-year warranty from September 2002, while rivals typically only come with three years' protection. This extra period of cover is a big plus if you're looking to buy a large MPV that's only a few years old.
Repair costs are low and most running costs competitive. The diesel averages 39.2mpg and the petrol 32.5mpg, while both cars fall into a fairly low group 10 insurance bracket.
In fact, only servicing may be a problem for those on a tight budget. The Trajet is relatively pricey to maintain, setting owners back several hundred pounds more than many rival MPVs over a three year ownership period.