2015 Hyundai i40 priced from GBP19,600 in the UK

Article by Christian A., on May 1, 2015

Pricing information for the New Hyundai i40 as it starts selling in the UK has recently been released. Hyundai Motor UK said that the entry level S trim on the i40 Saloon has a starting price of £19,600. Its standard features include a set of 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, automatic headlights with dusk sensor, leather wrapped steering wheel, and steering wheel audio with telephone controls.

For this model year, Hyundai is introducing the SE Nav trim level, which has these amazing features as standard: Hyundai’s touchscreen satellite navigation with rear view parking camera and parking guidance system.

The SE Nav, which has a starting price of £21,600, has all the specs of the S-model but comes additional with DAB radio, climate control with auto defog, heated front seats, auto dimming rear view mirror, LED front fog lights and a seven speaker sounds system.

Meanwhile, the SE Nav Business model has a starting price of £23,100, and comes with keyless smart entry with start/stop button and driver’s seat memory function. The top-of-the-line Premium models are priced from £25,600.

They are equipped with a set of 18” alloy wheels, luggage net, panoramic sunroof with electric tilt and slide, super vision instrument cluster with LCD colour display, and lane departure warning.

According to Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor UK, the Hyundai lineup gets a more refreshed and more dynamic appearance with the unveiling of the new i40 Tourer and Saloon.

The modifications are targeted to appeal to what fleet customers want. The new trim level – the SE Nav – offers a clear gap from the conventional SE models. It is equipped with Hyundai’s navigation system as standard. He also said that the new i40 will be available with Hyundai’s Blue Drive technologies with three engine options.

These include a 1.7-litre diesel that can produce 115PS with six speed manual transmission, a 1.7-litre diesel that delivers 141PS and six speed transmission, and a 1.7-litre diesel engine that delivers as much as 141PS with seven speed DCT. Design and engineering of the new i40 was done at the automaker’s R&D headquarters in Europe.

It features fresh styling, improved engines, a new transmission, better ride and handling, and a variety of new safety and convenience features.

Hyundai’s European design team made several modifications to the styling of New i40. Among the most significant changes are the redesigned front grille and front bumper, as well as reshaped front and rear lights. You may now order the new i40 at Hyundai showrooms throughout the UK. [source: Hyundai]

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