New Hyundai i20 priced from £10,700
The new Hyundai i20 costs between £10,700 and £16,700 as it goes on sale this week
The new Hyundai i20 hatchback goes on sale this week, priced from £10,695, and Hyundai claims it will retain more of its value than most of its supermini rivals.
Hyundai says experts expect the entry-level i20 1.2-litre S to retain some 46% of its original price after three years and 36,000 miles. Impressive values on the used market means it will cost less for private buyers to run.
At the car’s launch, private customers can get behind the wheel of an i20 1.2-litre S for £152.45 a month, including a £500 deposit contribution. An initial customer deposit of £1,639 is also payable.
Hyundai i20 SE buyers will receive a £750 deposit contribution, while Premium SE buyers will receive £1,000 towards their deposit.
The new i20 is claimed to be equally attractive to business customers, thanks to contract-hire rates as low as £138 per month.
Hyundai’s UK boss Tony Whitehorn said: “[The] i20 is a true competitor in Britain’s most popular vehicle segment. It ticks all the right boxes for fleets and businesses, as well as catering to the needs and tastes of discerning retail customers.
“The quality, features and specification of this car speak for itself, and we're delighted that this has been demonstrated in the form of strong residual value predictions, which are among the best in class.”
New Hyundai i20 prices
|Model||CO2 emissions||Insurance group||Road tax band/cost||Price|
|Hyundai i20 S|
|Hyundai i20 S Air|
|Hyundai i20 S Blue|
|1.1 CRDi 75PS||84g/km||6E||A/£0||£12,445|
|Hyundai i20 SE|
|1.4 100PS Auto||155g/km||10E||G/£180||£14,225|
|1.1 CRDi 75PS||103g/km||6E||B/£20||£14,225|
|1.4 CRDi 90PS||106g/km||11E||B/£20||£14,725|
|Hyundai i20 Premium|
|1.4 100PS Auto||155g/km||10E||G/£180||£15,225|
|1.4 CRDi 90PS||106g/km||12E||B/£20||£15,725|
|Hyundai i20 Premium SE|
|1.4 100PS Auto||155g/km||10E||G/£180||£16,225|
|1.4 CRDi 90PS||106g/km||12E||B/£20||£16,725|
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