Used Hyundai Amica cars for sale

internal.raccars.co.uk currently have 23 used Hyundai Amica cars for sale

Hyundai Amica

Gsi 5dr 1.1

 
£1,100
2006(06)
 
 
  • 53,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300292177View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.0 Si 5dr

£1,795
2002(52)
 
 
  • 26,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
Call the dealer:03300297008View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX 5-Door

£2,000
2006(56)
 
 
  • 81,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300291101View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

CDX 5dr 1.1

 
£2,195
2007(56)
 
 
  • 47,200
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300376750View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 GSI 5dr

 
£999
2006(06)
 
 
  • 80,133
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:0161 825 0919View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 ATLANTIC 5dr 1 OWNER WITH FSH.

 
£1,695
2007(57)
 
 
  • 35,799
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300376061View vehicle

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Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX 5dr Auto

£2,795
2007(57)
 
 
  • 8,293
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:01772 911604View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX 5-Door

 
£2,000
2007(07)
 
 
  • 47,600
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300370684View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.0 Si 5dr

 
£695
2001(Y)
 
 
  • 61,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1L
Call the dealer:03300372147View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX Automatic From £3,195 + Retail Package 5-Door

£3,195
2006(06)
£50.04 per month
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  • 56,000
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300295760View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX 5dr Auto

£3,750
2007(56)
£62.69 per month
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  • 11,000
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300292297View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX 5-Door

 
£1,995
2006(06)
 
 
  • 39,700
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300378284View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 CDX 5dr Auto

£2,295
2007(56)
 
 
  • 14,000
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300290385View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 GSI 5DR From £1750+Retail package.

£1,750
2006(56)
 
 
  • 88,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300377540View vehicle

Hyundai Amica

1.1 GSI 5-Door

£1,695
2006(06)
 
 
  • 51,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
Call the dealer:03300375716View vehicle

Used Hyundai Amica

Background

Hyundai's Amica is in essence a repackaged version of its unpopular Atoz. The rather lacklustre sales pitch worked, however, as the Amica gently gained momentum on its predecessor. Hyundai aimed the Amica squarely at the city car market, encouraging first-time buyers or families looking for an auxiliary car. Points in its favour are an unintimidating appearance, simple controls and compact size for easy parking and zipping through traffic. Lukewarm styling aside, a multi-valve engine gives the used Hyundai Amica one-up on its rivals. A significant revision was a replacement of the three-speed automatic gearbox with a four-speed equivalent. A 2006 version of the second hand Hyundai Amica included a restyled front end, better amenities and a 1.1 litre engine, although on the inside not much had changed.

Bang for your buck

A teeny, tiny 1.0 litre engine in a five-door vehicle doesn't make for a muscle car. It is shorter and narrower than its miniature rivals, the Ford Ka, Seat Aroso and VW Lupo, but you can't tell from the roomy-feeling inside. Five doors are helpful for easy access and don't detract from a relatively sleek bodyshell. In fact for an unsophisticated car, the used Hyundai Amica has quite a lot to offer. Trim levels are Si and GSi, which boasts funky alloy wheels.

A well-engineered 1.0 litre 'Epsilon' engine gives you the choice of five-speed manual, five-speed semi-automatic and three or four-speed automatic transmissions. The cabin was originally very smart but does look a bit dated on later editions, but is pleasantly spacious, indeed a 'What Car?' ergonomics report rated the Amica very highly on comfort. There are some thoughtful elements included, such as semi-reclining front seats, useful on longer trips, sliding under-seat storage, integrated cup holders and useful map pockets in the door cards.

Unfortunately the Hyundai Amica for sale must be marked down one point for the lack of ABS as standard (it is an option). Possibly working on the notion that you'll never get up enough speed to need it, it doesn't take that much wet to lose grip and the common use of ABS in other cars could lead to a bit of driver complacency that may be dangerous here.

What you'll pay

The entry level Si can be had on a V-reg plate for about £2,000, with the marginally plusher GSi a couple of hundred more for a manual. A 2002 used Hyundai Amica GSi four-speed automatic is more like £3,000. While hardly bank breaking, insurance is high for such a tiny engine, at group 3 for the Si and group 4 for the GSi. Someone must have taken Hyundai's 'sporty' marketing puff seriously...

What to check

Rare motorway usage keeps mileage low but in true city car style the Amica does tend to work hard in the clutch and lower gears through urban traffic, so examine mechanicals carefully. However its little engine is a winner, with no faults reported. Focus more on driver damage, such as kerbing or parking scrapes and look for decent tyres. The interior may have suffered some child abuse so you could haggle on scruffy trim, but more important is a full service history.

Parts

The used Hyundai Amica is aimed at the economy market and replacement parts follow suit. An exhaust minus catalyst is £210, or another £400 complete with catalyst. New headlights cost £90 each, a clutch assembly kit £130, an alternator about £170 and a starter motor about £150. A pair of brake pads will cost you £60 for the front and £70-ish for the rear.

How it drives

Hyundai Amica cars for sale go pretty well on its ostensibly meagre 55bhp. The tiny, 1.0 litre engine is very giving and quite sparky, but scores higher for effort than attainment, sadly lacking refinement. It won't hug the corners like an F1 car but ride and handling are good for this style of car. You won't want to take the Amica off-roading and the motorway needs everything your right foot can give it but it'll zip through the traffic quite happily.

Despite its admirable attitude, the engine is disappointingly thirsty and unless you've been lucky enough to find an ABS equipped model you will have to take care in the wet. A sensible buyer will be aware of all this and able to appreciate what a used Amica has to offer, which is reliability, practicality and great value for money.

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