Bank Repossessed Hyundai I10 1.1 GLS/MOTION (2017)

Retail Value
R 110,800
54,956 km
Stock No
AirCon ,
Central Locking ,
Power Steering ,
Power Windows ,
Radio ,
Key ,
Service Book ,
Spare Key

All vehicles sold "voetstoots" with no warranties/guarantees and with no duty to repair. This vehicle is sold according to year of first registration on Natis document and as is with no warranties/guarantees. Furthermore no warrantee/guarantee is provided regarding any functional components.

Standard Bank Terms and Conditions

This facility is produced by the Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd ("the Bank") for information purposes only. Information on this website is not warranted to be correct at all times. All vehicles are sold as is. The Bank does not guarantee a specific condition, state, added features or items of any vehicle. Any user making an offer participates in a tender bidding process and the Bank, in its sole and unbiased discretion, and for whatever reason retains the right to accept or reject any offer at any time for whatever reason. An admin fee of R2,875.00 is payable on acceptances of offer. Neither the Bank nor will be liable for any losses of whatsoever nature incurred, as a direct or indirect result of the use of the information on this site. Any user of this site warrant to be familiar with all its terms and conditions and to abide by it.

If you buy a car on the MyCars website as a result of that car being offered to you by The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited in a direct marketing campaign, you may cancel any sale concluded on MyCars without reason or penalty, within five business days after the sale is complete or the vehicle is made available for collection, whichever is the later. This is known as a ‘Cooling-Off’ period. If you wish to cancel any sale during the Cooling-Off period, you must tell us in writing. If you have received delivery of the vehicle, you must return it to us. If you used the vehicle, we may charge our normal charges for their use, and any necessary restoration charges to render the goods fit for re-stocking. We will return payment that we have received from you within 15 days after:
  • receiving notice of the rescission, if no goods have yet been delivered to you; or
  • receiving the vehicle from you, if it has been delivered.
Please also consider the impact of the following from an operational perspective:
  • The charges that may be levied against the consumer are limited in terms of Section 20(6) (c) of the CPA. Where a vehicle is purchased and is materially damaged during the cooling off period. Section 20 (6) (c) does not specifically cater for charges to restore goods sold to the condition they were in when sold, but to be fit for re-stocking. Accordingly, if Section 20(6) of the CPA is read to be restrictive and to allow for only the charges contemplated to be levied against the purchaser (and to deprive the bank of a right to claim material damages suffered), the bank will suffer the loss of any difference (diminution) in value where goods are returned in a damaged condition; and
  • where a vehicle is damaged by a purchaser and the bank seeks to claim damages, it will be necessary to prove the condition of the vehicle prior to being sold on the auction.
As this is an online auction with a defined expiry date/time, it is important to place your best bid before the close of the auction. Should you wait until the last second you may experience a slow internet connection from your internet provider, and may run the risk of your bid not being placed in time. If a bid is received a few minutes before an auction closes, the auction will be extended for a further 2 minutes. This Vehicle is SOLD ‘AS IS’ with NO WARRANTIES /GUARANTEES and although it may be advertised as a ‘RUNNER’, this simply means that the engine starts. Furthermore NO WARRANTEE / GUARANTEE is provided regarding any functional components.

What is a Bank Repossessed Car?

Bank repossessed cars are assets that a financial institution has taken back from a client who has failed to pay for it. This financial institution can then decide to either keep the vehicles for compensation or sell the cars to recuperate costs and does this via means of bank repossessed auctions.

Here are some benefits when buying a repossessed car on auction:

  • When buying a new car, the value of the car falls as soon as you drive it off the showroom floor. With repossessed cars, that value has already taken the plunge and it loses value more slowly.
  • Depending on the brand, you save a lot of money on a repossessed car. Some brands lose value faster than other brands.
  • When buying a relatively "new" repossessed car, the factory warranty may still be active.
  • If you are looking for a specific car and keeping a thorough eye on the MyCars website, it is bound to make its appearance. Create an email alert and get notified when it is on auction.
  • Repossessed cars are often sold for much less than they are worth, giving you great value for money.

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Used Hyundai I10 1.1 GLS/MOTION

This 2017 year model Hyundai I10 is for sale in Gauteng with an asking price of R 110,800. This low mileage bank repossessed Hyundai I10 for sale has 54,956km on the clock. The vehicle primary colour is White. The vehicle has a Manual transmission. The vehicle has the following comfort features AirCon,Central Locking,Power Steering,Power Windows,Radio,Speakers.

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