New Hyundai i20 Prices
Sorry... the new Hyundai i20 is forcing us to discuss the filthy subject of money.
Sorry... the new Hyundai i20 is forcing us to discuss the filthy subject of money. Prices for this run-around, you see, have now been confirmed – bringing finance to the forefront. So, the entry-level Classic costs from £9,995 to £11,795. This has: air-con, six air-bags, and an electronic stability programme. The mid-spec Active – which costs between £10,945 and £13,495 – has: fifteen inch alloys, Bluetooth, front fog lights, and electric heated door mirrors too. That brings us to the high-spec Style. This shares its siblings strengths but also has a: reversing camera, climate control, rain sensing wipers, and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. Sorry, back to money - the Style costs from £12,345 to £14,295. Also, the Style is available with five-doors only - whereas the lesser models are listed with three too.Right, let us move away from money to a less cringe-worthy subject. The new Hyundai i20 looks sharper than its predecessor thanks to new wheel designs and its hexagonal front grille. The rounded front wings, reshaped bonnet, and revised headlights help too. This complements the revised seat fabrics and softer touch plastics that create a more upmarket feel. Furthermore, the i20 has composed handling, feels robust, and is backed- up with a five-year manufacturer's warranty to minimise 'expensive' repair bills. Blast, we mentioned money again. Sorry! The new Hyundai i20 hits the showrooms on May 7th 2012.