Used Hyundai Coupe cars for sale

internal.raccars.co.uk currently have 47 used Hyundai Coupe cars for sale

Hyundai Coupe

£3,295
(08)
£52.32 per month
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  • 47,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 SIII SE Coupe 3d 1975cc 3-Door

 
£2,876
2007(07)
 
 
  • 80,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 TSIII 3dr

 
£3,190
2009(09)
£49.93 per month
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  • 61,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 Atlantic **TIMING BELT - FULL S/H** 3-Door

 
£2,295
2006(56)
 
 
  • 68,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

SIII Manual 3-Door

 
£3,995
2007(07)
£68.28 per month
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  • 71,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 SIII 3dr ONLY 13,000 MILES ONE OWNER

£5,995
2007(07)
£113.87 per month
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  • 13,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 SE 3dr

£490
2002(52)
 
 
  • 102,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

1.6 S 3dr MOTED MAY 2018 NICE CLEAN CAR

 
£950
2003(03)
 
 
  • 93,656
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 SIII 3dr

£2,995
2008(58)
 
 
  • 125,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0I SE Auto 3-Door

 
£1,990
2006(56)
 
 
  • 82,379
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 SIII SE 3dr

 
£2,999
2007(07)
 
 
  • 72,800
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

2.0 SIII 3DR Manual

£3,995
2009(09)
£68.28 per month
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  • 62,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Hyundai Coupe

1.6I SIII 3-Door

£1,875
2008(08)
 
 
  • 94,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Coupe

1.6 S 3-Door

 
£1,495
2006(06)
 
 
  • 99,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Hyundai Coupe

Siii 3-Door

 
£3,250
2008(58)
£51.29 per month
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  • 65,330
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2L
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Used Hyundai Coupe

Background

The unimaginatively named Hyundai Coupe hit our shores in 1996 in a surprisingly sexy guise. Its swooping bonnet and curvy flanks won immediate approval in a market populated with the likes of the Ford Puma and Renault Megane Coupe. A 1999 facelift provoked a lukewarm response until 2002 saw the release of a completely new, Ferrari-inspired Coupe, even better than the original.

The launch engine was a 2.0 litre injection with manual or automatic gearboxes and trim levels badged i or SE. Within a year a 1.6 litre engine joined the 2.0, with a special edition F2 in 1999 producing a limited run of 1100 cosmetically and mechanically tweaked Hyundai Coupes. Later that year a rather drastic and unnecessary makeover did not go down very well with the punters but didn't completely sink the Coupe, as 2002's new generation more than made up for it.

This used Hyundai Coupe boasted a 103bhp 1.6 litre, a 134bhp 2.0 litre and a gnarly 165bhp 2.7-litre beauty in its engine line up. With all the style in the world and the performance to match but at a price point well below higher end rivals' market equivalents, this car sold well in the UK. This time its reputation was not impeded by inappropriate revisions – there were updates to the front end in 2005 and 2007, along with a blue-lit instrument array and iPod input for the stereo.

Bang for your buck

Early approved used Hyundai Coupe models are pretty but inside visibility is restricted and styling is uninspired. Standard equipment is generous, including a sunroof with electric tilt and slide, alloy wheels, electric front windows, electric wing mirrors, steering wheel with leather trim, remote central locking and alarm, colour coded bumpers and a driver's airbag on the i trim, plus air conditioning, cruise control, leather seats and a four-speaker CD stereo for the SE. The F2 special edition is identifiable by its more butch exterior and aluminium trim elements on the inside. Facelift models may have been unsuccessful in body shell styling but the lighter interiors were an improvement.

By the time of 2002's second generation Hyundai Coupe for sale, the dull interiors had been banished in favour of Audi inspired, futuristic instrument clusters. In fact the Coupe features a number of design elements seen elsewhere, working on the sound principle of 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it'.

While it's not spacious in the rear, the Hyundai Coupe is comfortable in the front and has plenty of room for luggage.

What you'll pay

You can get a used Hyundai Coupe for a bargain price. A 1997 1.6i automatic costs about £900, while a manual equivalent should get you some change from that. A 2.0i is around the £1,000 mark. You'll pay a few hundred more for the better specifications on the SE trim. Slightly newer 2.0i SE automatics from 2000 are about £1,500 and the F2 special edition shouldn't be too much higher – while they are rare they were only £150 more than the SE to start with.

Early second generation 1.6 S variants can be found for £3,000, with the plusher SE about £500 more, while the popular, range topping 2.7 V6 is about the same.

What to check

The cheap Hyundai Coupe is capable of far more than most owners have thrown at it, which is a bonus for those seeking out used versions as good-quality, carefully-handled options abound. Scrutinise the interior for damaged trim and test the clutch on 2.7 litre versions.

Parts

For some reason replacement headlamps are a rather steep £315 but other parts are more reasonable, with a new exhaust system at £350, rear brakes at £35, radiators £170, alternators £300 and £240 for starter motors.

How it drives

The Hyundai Coupe's 'hairdresser's car' image didn't do it any justice. Cornering is on a par with a Saab 900 Turbo, the Coupe gripping the bends with some relish and figures for the 2.0 litre include 0-60mph in 8.6 seconds.

While the used Hyundai Coupe for sale has always been a fine performer, the 2.7 V6 of the second generation emits an exhaust note to fill the faint-hearted with terror. Floor it and you'll get to 60mph in 8.2 seconds and you get the possibility of a six-speed box. The 2.0 litre engine is of course less powerful but better balanced and more frugal than the V6 and still a fun drive.

Presence on the road maybe somewhat diminished by the Hyundai badge, but the less snobbish will find the Hyundai a rewarding and economical option in the crowded sporty coupe market.

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