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New Hyundai i20 prices and specification revealed

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New Generation i20_exterior_01Hyundai today released specification details and price list for the New Generation i20 series.

The range, which enters showrooms in January 2015, will comprise five trim levels and a new design, including a full panoramic sunroof.

The range kicks off with the i20S, from £10,695, which features electric front windows, remote central locking, tinted windows and RDS radio with USB.


The S Air includes manual air conditioning, and the S Blue adds Intelligent Stop and Go and low-rolling resistance tyres.

The i20S and S Air have a 1.2 litre 76ps Kappa petrol engine, while S Blue is powered by a 1.1 litre CRDi 75ps diesel engine.

The i20SE will include 16-inch alloy wheels, voice-activated Bluetooth, cruise control with speed limiter, front fog lights, lane departure warning system, electric rear windows and reversing sensors. Prices will start from £12,725 and power will come from either a 1.2 litre 84ps or 1.4 litre 100ps petrol engines, or 1.1 75ps or 1.4 90ps diesel.

The Premium model, starting at £13,725 and rising to £15,725, will include:


  • Smartphone docking station
  • automatic dimming rearview mirror
  • automatic headlights and wipers
  • climate control
  • cornering lights
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED rear lights
  • projection headlamps
  • privacy glass

while the Premium SE (£14,725-£16,725) tops the range and adds front parking sensors, heated front seats and steering wheel, and an opening tilt-and-slide glass panoramic sunroof.

New Generation i20_interior_12There will be an option of an in-built touch-screen navigation system available as a factory fit, which will include the addition of a rear-view camera.

The new design is longer, lower and wider than the outgoing model, with a longer bonnet, a short rear overhang and a floating roof effect.

Standard features across the range will include hill start assist control, ABS, ESP, emergency stop signal and tyre pressure monitoring.

Colin Channon's avatar

Colin is a former editor of Car Dealer. He left the magazine in August 2015.

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