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Hyundai Coupe may appeal to cost-conscious buyers

Wed, 08 Jul 2009
People who prioritise value for money when buying a car may want to pay a visit to their local Hyundai dealership.

The manufacturer recently announced it has cut the price of its Coupe model so that it is cheaper now than when it was first released in 1996.

People who purchase the auto today will find they spend £2,600 less than they would have done over a decade ago.

With a discount of £5,035, the vehicle is available for £12,995 on the road.

Owners of the Coupe can expect to benefit from heated front seats, cruise control, leather interior, twin exhausts and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Meanwhile, for those who want a higher specification, the top of the range TSIII edition is currently on offer at £14,295.

This trim level includes quad exhaust tailpipes, anthracite-finished alloys and quilted leather sports seats.

In other motoring news, Hyundai recently reported it was enjoying more success than its rivals under the scrappage scheme.

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