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The Hyundai Amica was one of the cheapest cars in the UK when it was launched, meaning that there are plenty of used bargains to be had. Easy to drive around town, the Hyundai Amica is ideal for those looking for low-cost motoring. Visit the Motors.co.uk site for more information.

Hyundai Amica

2001 (51) 1.0 GSi 5dr 

Low Mileage
7
£795
2001 (51)
  • 1L
  • 76kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai Amica

2008 (08) 1.1 Atlantic 5dr 

Low Mileage
6
£1,494
2008 (08)
  • 1.1L
  • 75kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai Amica

2007 (07) 1.1 GSI 5dr 

Low Mileage
9
£1,698
2007 (07)
Part of Arnold's Value Range
  • 1.1L
  • 24.4kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai Amica

2006 (06) 1.1 CDX Automatic 5-Door From £3,195 + Retail Package 

Low Mileage
9
£3,195
2006 (06)
Finance Available £48 pm
  • 1.1L
  • 56kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Auto
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai Amica

2012 (02) 1.0 GSi 5dr 

Low Mileage
10
£1,995
2012 (02)
  • 1L
  • 28.2kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai Amica

2006 (06) 1.1 GSI 5-Door 

Low Mileage
6
£1,499
2006 (06)
  • 1.1L
  • 64kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Hyundai Amica

2000 (W) 1.0 GSi 5dr 

Low Mileage
16
£1,095
2000 (W)
  • 1L
  • 39kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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About Hyundai Amica cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Silver
Most popular fuel type Petrol
Average Power delivery 59 BHP
Average fuel economy 48 MPG
Average price £1,584
Average mileage 54,701

Hyundai Amica

If you’re looking for a seriously cheap car that’s small in proportion but offers quite a lot in terms of enjoyment, the Hyundai Amica is for you. It’s a tiny city car that’s one of the least expensive around and is incredibly easy to drive. While it’s not the fastest or most stylish auto you’ll see out on the road, it’s certainly got character and performs well around town.

The Amica was produced between 1997 and 2011, and was very popular around the world, especially in Asia. While it didn’t really have the same impact in the UK, the comparative exclusivity is a plus point. It’s offered in 5 door hatchback form and a few upgraded models have been released over the years. It retained the same friendly character throughout its life, which is pleasant to see.

In terms of design, it’s cute and cuddly from the outside with some small proportions, but is actually a similar height to most other autos out there. A ‘grinning’ front grille and big windows are some particularly nice features. You can’t really expect a lot in terms of interior style from the Amica due to its incredibly low cost, but actually it’s not that bad to sit in. There’s a lot of head room, comfortable front seats and a basic amount of equipment. Overall, you get what you pay for.

The Hyundai is fun to drive thanks to its low centre of gravity, and really isn’t shy around urban areas. Easy to drive and even simpler to park, the turning circle is tiny but at speed the steering becomes less sensitive. It’s not that strong on open roads, and motorways are definitely not its forte. But you do get a huge amount of economy from the tiny engine.

Considering the fact it’s incredibly cheap to buy brand new, shopping for a second hand Hyundai Amica at Motors.co.uk is a license to get hold of an absolute bargain. Huge price reductions and high quality across the board mean you’ll pay less and get something not that different to brand new.

At the end of the day, the Hyundai Amica is simply a budget friendly city car that is great for urbanites, new drivers or people who don’t want to spend a lot on motoring. It looks cute, drives quite well around town and has a lot of personality, but venturing out into the open could be rather interesting. Value for money doesn’t get better than this.