The Hyundai i40 facelift has been priced officially in the United Kingdom where the base model is carrying a cost of 19, 600 GBP, on the road.
After being officially presented to the public last month at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the facelifted version of the Hyundai i40 is now getting ready to hit dealerships in the United Kingdom. Brits will have to pay at least 19,600 GBP before getting their hands on the “new” model, for the entry-level S trim version of the sedan, which is coming with features such as the multi-function steering wheel which has been wrapped in leather, air conditioning, 16-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, automatic headlights and more.
If the features which you are looking for include the satellite navigation system, the touch screen, parking guidance system, rearview camera, climate control with auto defog, heated front seats, a 7-speaker audio system and LED fog lights, amongst others, you should turn your heads towards the SE Nav model, which can be yours from 21,600 GBP. The SE Nav Business version is bringing the driver’s seat memory function, the start / stop button and a keyless smart entry system for 23,100 GBP.
The range-topping version is the Premium and this can be ordered from 25,600 GBP. This is featuring 18-inch alloy wheels, a super vision instrument cluster with LCD color display, panoramic sunroof with electric tilt and slide function, lane departure warning and more. Two power units are available for the car and these are the 1.7 liter CRDi diesel, with 115 HP, connected to a 6-speed manual transmission, and a 1.7 liter CRDi with 141 HP, connected to the 6-speed manual / 7-speed DCT.