When the new 2015 Hyundai i20 5-door hatchback hits the UK Hyundai showrooms in January, it will be priced at £10,695, which is £500 more than the out-going model.
The price increase is not significant at all when you consider all the major upgrades and enhancements that the compact car has received across the board for the new model year!
Read further to find more details on pricing and available safety and convenience features.
New Hyundai i20 Trim Levels
There are 6 trim levels available including the:
- base S
- S Air
- S Blue
- range-topping Premium SE
The price mentioned above is of course for the base model i20 S, which has standard features such as remote central locking, electric front windows, and a stereo radio with USB connectivity.
For an extra £750 you can get the i20 S Air, which also features air conditioning.
Both models come with a 1.2L petrol 4-cylinder engine under the hood.
Coming in at a starting price of £12,445 is the Hyundai i20 S Blue, which has a number of fuel saving features, not to mention a 1.1L CRDI diesel engine that keeps CO2 emissions to just 84 g/km.
Hyundai believes that the most popular model will be the loaded i20 SE model, which comes in at £12,725.
Voice-activated Bluetooth, 16-inch alloys, cruise control with speed limiter, rear electric windows, lane-departure warning system, and rear parking sensors are just a few of the standard features included.
Consumers also get to choose between a 1.2L or 1.4L petrol engine and a 1.1L and 1.4L CRDI diesel.
If luxury is what you are after, you will find it on the all-new i20 Premium, which comes with automatic headlights and wipers, climate control, LED lights and tinted glass. You will also find a standard smartphone dock that can handle most of today’s most popular smartphones. This model starts at £13,725.
The top of the range Premium SE starts at £14,725, and comes with features such as heated front seats and steering wheel, front parking sensors, and a panoramic glass sunroof.
The Premium and Premium SE come with the option of any engine in the i20 lineup, except for the 1.1-liter diesel.
Hyundai states that the new i20 hatchback is the only vehicle of its kind currently on the market to offer the full-size panoramic sunroof option.
It also comes with a rather cavernous 326-liter boot, which is the biggest in the supermini category. The models at the top of the line come with a boot that is a little less spacious.
You also have the opportunity to select a built-in touchscreen navigation system from the options list.
Safety is well represented, with 6 airbags, a tire pressure monitoring system, and electronics that help control grip and stability all included.