Hyundai i40 Tourer prices released
The Hyundai i40 Tourer will cost from £18,395 on-the-road when it goes on sale in September 2011.
Look out Ford, the new i40 Tourer is set to prove Hyundai is a force to be reckoned with when it goes on sale this September.
With emissions from 113g/km, fuel economy from 65.7mpg and insurance from Group 12E, the i40 Tourer will be one of the cheapest cars to run in its class.
Tony Whitehorn, MD of Hyundai Motor UK commented, “The all-new i40 Tourer is a stylish yet uncompromised addition to the medium family estate car market. It offers exceptionally low emissions and high fuel economy; an intuitive, spacious and contemporary interior package combined with an unparalleled level of standard equipment for its class – all at an accessible price.”
Available in three different trim levels, Active, Style and Premium, standard equipment on Active cars includes 16-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth phone connection, leather trimmed steering wheel, electric windows and an electric parking brake.
Starting at £20,195, Style models come with satellite navigation with rear view camera, parking sensors, cruise control and climate control as standard.
Finally, Premium models benefit from leather upholstery, panoramic sunroof, keyless entry and Hyundai's LCD colour instrument cluster. Prices start from £23,795.
There are three engine options, two petrol and one diesel, with four power outputs and a choice of manual or automatic transmission. Economical Blue Drive models come fitted with stop/start technology.
All i40 models are backed up by Hyundai's comprehensive five year unlimited mileage warranty.
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