The updated Hyundai i40 has been recently launched in Australia where the cheapest version, the Active Sedan 2.0L GDI Manual, can be bought from 29,990 AUD.
According to the South Korean based automaker, the Hyundai i40 is available in three trim levels in Australia, the Active, the Elite and the Premium, and the entry-level version of the sedan, the i40 Active 2.0L GDI Manual, is available from 29,990 AUD. If the i40 Tourer is what you’re looking for, than get ready to pay 31,990 AUD for the 2.0L GDI Manual. The most expensive version of the model is the i40 Premium Tourer, with the 1.7L CRDi Auto, priced from 46,590 AUD.
Hyundai says that the updated i40 is now getting standard eight-sensor front and rear parking system for both the sedan and the tourer and all tourer models now get a power tailgate with a push-button operation and a rear cargo blind and safety net. The engine lineup of the updated Hyundai i40 remains untouched for both body styles, and the 1.7 liter four-cylinder turbo diesel is producing a total output of 100 kW and 320 Nm of torque, while the 2.0 GDi petrol generates 131 kW and 214 Nm of torque.
Source: Car Advice
by Cristian Gnaticov
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