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Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) is the most popular form of finance for those buying a car. This is an example of the PCP terms being offered by Hyundai and acts as an indication of the deals being offered by Hyundai franchised dealers. Estimate your monthly payments with our PCP finance calculator.

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Is the i20 right for you?

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New Hyundai i20 cars for quick delivery
These are some of the Hyundai models our dealers have in stock.
Compare offers to browse our full list of available in-stock cars.
Hyundai i20
  • 1.4 Auto
  • Metallic - Sleek silver
  • Petrol
  • Automatic
  • 7433 miles
  • Ref: MV65 VJL


Hyundai i20
  • 1.2
  • Solid - Polar white
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • 26133 miles
  • Ref: MW12 OWV


Nearly new
Hyundai i20
  • 1.0T GDI
  • Pearl - Phantom black
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • 99 miles
  • Ref: ME16AJV


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PCP Finance

PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) is the most popular finance product for buying a new car in the UK.

There are 3 payment phases with PCP:
  1. An initial deposit - you can usually choose the amount
  2. Monthly repayments over the term of your agreement - the value will depend on the term length, the APR (Annual Percentage Rate) and the cost of the car
  3. At the end of the agreement you are left with an amount outstanding (known as the Guaranteed Minimum Future Value). You can either pay off the remaining balance, part-exchange your car for another one or simply give the car back.

Many offers include a deposit contribution from the car manufacturer or dealer. It’s added to your deposit to reduce the overall cost of the finance and the vehicle.

There may be other finance options available. To learn more about different finance options, visit our finance guide.