The new Hyundai I20 has gone on sale priced from £10,695 for the entry level 1.2 75PS S model and rise to £16,725 for the top of the range diesel 1.4 CRDi 90PS Premium SE edition.
As we have reported there are six trim levels, ‘S’, ‘S Air’, ‘S Blue’, ‘SE’, ‘Premium’ and ‘Premium SE’ with a choice of four engines, -petrol or diesel. The petrol units comprise a 1.2-litre (84PS) or 1.4-litre (100PS) and there is a choice of 1.1-litre 75PS or 1.4-litre 90PS diesel engines.
The range is well equipped with the SE models onwards, getting Lane Departure Warning System and voice activated Bluetooth connectivity, where the Premium models gain smartphone docking and cornering lights.
Hyundai are quoting that the entry level i20 1.2 S has a predicted future residual value of 46% after 36 months/30,000 miles, which should help both business and private drivers obtain competitive finance deals.
They are currently offering private buyers a contribution toward their finance deposit under their PCP scheme. As with all finance there are terms and conditions, which can be explained by your local Hyundai dealer.
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