Family motoring with Hyundai this summer promises to be more comfortable, stylish and economical than ever with the introduction of the option-filled, limited edition version of its full-size people carrier, the Trajet SE.
Special features on the seven-seat Trajet SE include Hyundai’s ceiling-mounted DVD System, privacy glass, rear spoiler, alloy wheels and body coloured reversing sensors.
Fitting all these extras separately would cost around £2,000, yet the Trajet SE costs just £1,000 more than the GSI model on which it is based, starting from just £16,495 on-the-road for the 2.0 litre petrol (manual).
|Trajet SE variant||On-The-Road Price|
|2.0 petrol manual||£16,495|
|2.0 petrol auto||£17,345|
|2.0 CRTD diesel manual||£17,495|
|2.0 CRTD diesel auto||£18,345|
Like the GSI, among its many benefits the SE model features: height adjustable steering wheel, driver, passenger and side airbags, air-conditioning front and rear, heated electric door mirrors, electric windows, luggage net and hooks, remote central locking and alarm, stereo RDS/CD player and twin glove compartments.
Just 500 Trajet SEs will be available in a choice of three colours. As well as being available in either Warm Silver or Dark Blue metallic, at an additional cost of £295, the SE will also be the first Trajet to be available in solid Ebony Black.
Naturally, the Trajet SE, which is on sale now, also comes with Hyundai’s unique and industry-leading five year unlimited mileage warranty which is fully transferable from owner to owner, as well as three years’ RAC cover and six years’ anti-perforation warranty.
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