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DoneDeal of the week: two of the cheapest 162 cars

Both of these 162 cars are great value, frugal and practical.

THIS WEEK WE have two 162 cars with low mileage, prices and running costs.

First up is this 2016 Dacia Sandero

Source: J J Burke Car Sales

The Sandero is a simple, paired back car, which is practical and easy to drive. This ex-demo car comes in Alternative trim.

The Sandero’s front end sees the logo integrated into the radiator grill. The car looks extremely sturdy thanks in part to the sculpted bodywork lines, pronounced wheel arches and sleek side panels.

Source: J J Burke Car Sales

This car is finished in Glacier White with body coloured bumpers and comes with daytime running lights, tinted windows and 15-inch Colorado wheel trims.

Inside, the cabin is big enough to fit five adults and putting down the 60/40 split-folding rear seats extends the boot capacity from 320 litres to 1,200 litres. The seats are finished in two-tone ‘Atom’ cloth upholstery and there are touches of chrome around the durable hard plastics.

Source: J J Burke Car Sales

There is a 12v, USB and AUX input socket, Bluetooth connectivity, a radio with CD player including MP3 CD reader with fingertip controls and two front speakers. There are electric front windows, a heated rear windscreen and a four-speed heating and ventilation system.

Safety equipment includes anti-lock braking system (ABS), Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with ASR (Traction control), ISOFIX points for child seats in both outer rear seats and a tyre pressure monitor system (TPMS).

Source: J J Burke Car Sales

It is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine with a five-speed manual transmission driving power to the front wheels. It produces 76hp and goes from 0 to 100km/h in 14.5 seconds and onto a top speed of 156km/h. The official combined fuel economy figure is 5.8 litres/100km.

Source: J J Burke Car Sales

It falls into tax band B2, which means it is €280 to tax a year and has 1,000km on the clock and a €10,500 price tag.

Next, is this 2016 Hyundai i10

Source: Bolands

The Hyundai i10 is a small car perfect for city driving. It is one of the most impressive small cars on the market today. It is a comfortable car, with a sweet little engine and is surprisingly spacious and practical, too.

This particular model comes in Classic trim and the exterior is finished in Polar White with body coloured bumpers and 14-inch steel wheels with full cover.

Source: Bolands

The interior is finished in a black and beige colour scheme with semi-cloth seats and 60:40 split-folding rear seats. With the rear seats down the boot expands from 252 liters to 1,026 litres.

There are electric front windows, central door locking and a height adjustable steering wheel, a 12v socket, USB connection and a radio and CD player as well as a trip computer.

Source: Bolands

Safety features include front assist grip, six airbags and a tyre pressure monitor system (TPMS).

It is powered by a 1.0-litre petrol engine with a five-speed manual transmission driving power to the front wheels. It produces 66hp and goes from 0 to 100km/h in 14.9 seconds and onto a top speed of 155km/h. The official combined fuel economy figure is 4.7 litres/100km.

Source: Bolands

It falls into tax band A3, which means it is €190 to tax a year and has 10km on the clock and a €10,315 price tag.

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