Kicking off the range is i20 S, priced from £10,695, featuring a high standard specification including electric front windows, remote central locking, tinted windows and RDS radio with USB. Supplementing this package, the S Air benefits from the addition of Manual Air Conditioning, while the economical S Blue adds Intelligent Stop and Go (ISG) and low rolling resistance tyres. Both i20 S and i20 S Air are paired with a 1.2 litre 75ps 'Kappa' petrol engine, while S Blue is powered by a 1.1-litre CRDi 75 ps diesel engine.
The volume selling i20 SE model gains numerous additions including 16 inch alloy wheels, voice activated Bluetooth, Cruise Control with speed limiter, front fog lights, Lane Departure Warning System, rear electric windows and reversing sensors among many other features. Prices start from £12,725. Power comes from a choice of 1.2 litre 84 ps or 1.4-litre 100 ps petrol engines or 1.1-litre 75 ps or 1.4-litre 90 ps diesel engines.
Customers opting for the Premium model benefit from more high-end features including Smartphone Docking Station, automatic dimming rearview mirror, automatic headlights and wipers, Climate control, cornering lights, LED daytime running lights and LED rear lights, projection headlamps and privacy glass.
The Premium SE tops the range with equipment that includes front parking sensors, heated front seats and steering wheel and opening panoramic glass sunroof. Premium and Premium SE models share their powertrains with SE models, with the exception of the 1.1-litre 75 ps diesel which is not offered in the higher trims.Hyundai announces i30 Fastback
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