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Cheap Hyundai Amica cars under £2,000

With a budget of £2,000 you can grab a great bargain. Most of the cars advertised on our site are heavily reduced in price and come with a free history check

12 Hyundai Amica cars under £2,000 - 3 reductions

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 Popular Motors, Merriott

£1,595   Was £1,795 Save £200

Hyundai Amica 1.1 GSi

1 (57)  |   74,010 miles  |   not known  |   0cc  |   na  |   Manual  |   doors  |  

Featuring driver, part exchange welcome, power steering, immobiliser, central locking, radio, mot, airbag, warranty, abs, radio/cd, electric windows, 12 months mot, service history, adjustable steering column, drivers airbag...

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 S K Motors Reading Ltd, Wokingham

£1,495   Was £1,695 Save £200

Hyundai Amica 1.1 GSi 5dr

2008 (08)  |   56,430 miles  |   Hatchback  |   1100cc  |   Petrol  |   Manual  |   5 doors  |   History checked

With electric front windows, low mileage, cloth, cloth interior, warranty, tinted glass, hpi clear, electric windows (front), electric windows, remote central locking, black, mot, 2 owners, central locking, 4 seats, 2 keys...

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 QED Car Sales, Bletchley

£1,495   Was £1,695 Save £200

Hyundai Amica 1.1 CDX 5dr

2006 (06)  |   54,240 miles  |   Hatchback  |   1100cc  |   Petrol  |   Manual  |   5 doors  |   History checked

This model has 2 keys, warranty, abs, mot, full size spare wheel, spare wheel, electric windows, alloys, cd, air con...

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We currently have 12 Hyundai Amica cars available across the UK priced under £2000.

Spending £2,000 on your next car isn't as easy as you'd think. This is because it's one of the most common car budgets amongst UK car buyers. Choose poorly and you could end up with a banger. However, putting in some hard work and choosing wisely could get you a fantastic bargain.

Good to know: There's a good chance that cars under £2,000 will have high mileages. Keep in mind that cars that have done approximately 80,000 miles are hitting a point where important parts such as the clutch or starter motor can wear out. Therefore, you might want to factor in £250 to £500 in annual maintenance just so you're covered.



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