New Hyundai ix35 price and specs revealed
Pricing and specification details have been announced for the new Hyundai ix35
Prices for the new Hyundai ix35 compact SUV have been revealed, along with details on the specifications and equipment levels. The new ix35 goes on sale on 1 September this year, and comes in five different specifications: S, SE, SE Nav, Premium and Premium Panorama.
The new Hyundai ix35 will cost from £16,995 for the entry-level S model and prices go up to £27,755 for the top-spec Premium Panorama with four-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox. The mid-range SE Nav model, with sat-nav as standard, will cost from £19,495.
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Engines available for the new Hyundai ix35 include a 1.6-litre petrol, a 1.7-litre diesel and a larger 2.0-litre diesel. The smaller engines are available with front-wheel drive only, but the 2.0-litre diesel model comes with four-wheel drive and can be ordered with a six-speed automatic gearbox.
The top-spec 2.0-litre diesel model has had a power reduction in the new model, down to 134bhp from 179bhp. This means lower company car tax rates as well as better fuel economy and emissions, with the new model getting 41.5mpg and 179g/km CO2. The entry-level petrol model gets 158g/km emissions.
Standard equipment on the new Hyundai ix35 includes LED daytime running lights, tyre pressure monitoring, a system that helps when towing, alloy wheels, USB connectivity, air-conditioning, hill start assist and hill decent assist.
SE-spec models get larger 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, cruise control, front foglights, heated seats, rear parking sensors, an auto-dimming main mirror and a leather steering wheel. The SE Nav model costs £1,000 more than the SE and includes sat-nav, a parking camera and an upgraded stereo system.
The top-spec Premium and Premium Panorama models get 18-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlights, keyless entry, leather seats, tinted windows and headlight washers as standard. The Premium Panorama model also gets a large panoramic sunroof.
Optional equipment includes a Safety & Comfort Pack for £795, which includes front parking sensors, different dials for the driver and a system that changes the weight and feel of the steering. A more expensive version of this pack, at £995, adds smart park assist, which can automatically park the car for you in certain spots.
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