With the impending launch of the all new Hyundai i10 drawing ever nearer, Hyundai dealers have been getting concerned that surplus stock of the outgoing Amica will be difficult to sell when the i10 hits the showrooms on April 2nd with a price point of £6,495.
To remedy this Hyundai have announced price reductions on the top-of-the-range CDX manual and automatics from £6,617 to £5,995 and £7,467 to £6,495 respectively. The basic Amica GSI and Atlantic prices remain the same at £5,995 due to low stock levels.
The Amica was re-introduced in the UK in 2006 as a stop gap whilst the Korean car maker revised it’s small car strategy. Based on the Santro Xing which was exported from India and based on the original Atoz and Amica has done suprisingly well in the UK offering cheap and cheerful transport for under £5,000.
Now that’s all about to change as Hyundai introduce a new family of models based around the ‘i’ brand over the coming months and years.
The new price reductions for the Amica CDX manual and automatic take effect as of today.