Prices start at £19,600 for the entry-level S trim on the i40 Saloon, which includes standard features such as 16-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, air conditioning, leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic headlights with dusk sensor and steering wheel audio with telephone controls.
A new introduction, the SE Nav trim level, boasts standard fitment of Hyundai’s touchscreen sat-nav along with rear view-parking camera and parking guidance system. Priced from £21,600, the SE Nav adds to the S-model’s specification with DAB radio, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, climate control with auto defog, heated front seats, LED front fog lights and a seven-speaker sounds system.
This trim level can be enhanced with the SE Nav Business model, from £23,100, with keyless smart entry with start/stop button and driver’s seat memory function.
The range-topping Premium models start at £25,600, and feature 18-inch alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof with electric tilt and slide, luggage net, super vision instrument cluster with LCD colour display and lane departure warning.
Tony Whitehorn, the president and CEO of Hyundai Motor UK, said: ‘The introduction of New i40 Tourer and Saloon means the Hyundai range now has a fresher and more dynamic look, with changes aimed to appeal particularly to the requirements of our fleet customers. The addition of the SE Nav as a new trim level provides a clear differentiator from the traditional SE models and identifies the standardisation of our highly-capable navigation system.’
The New i40 has a choice of three engines; a 1.7-litre diesel with an output of 115PS with six-speed manual transmission, a 1.7-litre diesel with an output of 141PS and six-speed transmission; and a 1.7-litre diesel engine delivering up to 141PS with seven-speed DCT.
The car has a redesigned front grille and front bumper, along with reshaped front and rear lights. It is now available to order at Hyundai showrooms.
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