What is your budget? (Insurance and Tax included)
Are you a new driver?
How old are you?
What is going to be the main use of the car?
Trips around uni/home as well as occassional drives home to and from uni
How many passengers will you usually be carrying?
How big a boot do you need?
Not massive just enough for a gym bag size
Specific tasks you will be doing?
Commuting to late shifts, driving long distance home
Any brands you would prefer?
Mazda, Hyundai, Ford
Any brands you dislike?
What features in the car are important to you?
What gearbox do you want?
Are aesthetics of the car important?
What is the minimum fuel consumption you require?
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I mean, real coupe cars are usually high performance cars with equally high insurance groups. The Mazda RX-8 Coupe for example has up to 227bhp, is uneconomical (about 25mpg) and is in insurance group 27-34. Good luck affording the insurance! The road tax alone is anywhere between £305 - £535
You might need to reconsider and look for a small hatchback as your first car. A Ford Fiesta (mk7), Mazda 2 or Hyundai i20 would be more appropriate.
The Seat Leon SC is probably the only Coupe you have even a remote chance of being insured on - and you won't be able to afford it on that budget, nowhere near.
Just get a small hatchback like Menrva said.
Surely a hyundai coupe fits the description?