With their fourth quarter offers, most of the vehicles in the Hyundai range, including the Ioniq Hybrid, are available with 0% finance. Many of them also enjoy a deposit contribution from Hyundai.

There is also their Scrappage and Emission Reduction Scheme which means if you have an older, less efficient Euro 1 to Euro 4 emissions rated car which was registered before 31st December 2009, you could trade it in and save between £1,500 and £5,000 off against the normal cost of a new Hyundai.

One thing that the scheme does offer is the ability to trade in old petrol vehicles as well as diesel cars. These can’t be used in conjunction with Hyundai’s other offers, but depending on your current vehicle, may still make for good business. Their Personal Contract Purchase plans available run over 25, 31, 37, 43 or 49 months to allow you the flexibility to agree a plan that can be affordable.

If you’re looking for a good quality used car, you could ask about the Hyundai ‘H Promise’ approved used car scheme. Every car sold here comes with a minimum 12-month warranty and roadside assistance. There is also a 30 day or 1,000-mile exchange agreement if you find things aren’t quite to your liking and every vehicle undergoes a safety and condition check and an independent vehicle history and mileage check before going on sale. Log on to the Hyundai website of take a visit to your local dealership for more details.