Should I buy an ex-demo Hyundai i10?

In about two weeks I'm looking to buy a small runabout car to get me to work and back (about 30 minutes each way). I've come across a Hyundai i10 1.2 SE at a local Hyundai dealer. They have three cars, all 2016 reg, all with around 100 miles on the clock listed with no previous owners for £7400. Might this be a good purchase? I'm assuming they are some sort of demo vehicle.

Asked on 21 February 2017 by Elaine Rose

Answered by Honest John
Reads pretty good to me. These are very nice little cars. Dealer probably bulk-bought them in to achieve a volme discount, which you are about to benefit from.
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