Hyundai has announced that the i30 Tourer will be launched in the United Kingdom at the end of July, when the model will be priced from GBP16, 195.
After announcing its production start earlier this month at the company’s plant in t the Czech Republic, Hyundai is once again placing its i30 Tourer into the spotlights, this time with the model getting ready to be launched in the United Kingdom. According to the South Korean based automaker, the Hyundai i30 Tourer will be available in four trim levels, the Classic, the Active, the Style and the Style Nav, with standard equipment including the multi-function steering wheel, the air conditioning, Bluetooth or LED daytime running lights.
The Active trim can be bought from 17,295 pounds and it’s adding cruise control, alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and electric windows, while the Style versions, priced from 20,095 pounds, are adding climate control, electric door mirrors, automatic wipers and headlamps and front parking sensors. The top of the line Style Nav can be bought from 21,095 pounds and it’s adding a rear view parking camera and a touch screen satellite navigation system.
Future owners of the Hyundai i30 Tourer in the UK can order the Hyundai’s Convenience Pack, for GBP750, which is adding an engine start button and keyless entry, while for an extra 1,000 pounds, the Individual Pack can be ordered, with panoramic sunroof and heated leather seats.