Hyundai i40w Price and Specs

You look at this cool and crisp Hyundai i40w and then you scheme through its list of features and equipments and you say to yourself there’s no way this car costs less than 30,000 GBP.

But the fact is, it is priced from £18,395 on-the-road and insurance from Group 12E! We don’t know how they do this, but don’t think for a moment that the low price means there’s a compromise on quality or equipments or performance.

The i40 comes with a five year warranty, a really long list of standard equipments, three fuel efficient and refined powertrains, and of course those amazing looks. The i40 has lowest insurance group ratings in its class and also offers CO2 emissions from 113g/km and class-leading fuel economy from 65.7mpg. It definitely sets new standards in this segment and will help Hyundai in its quest to become the world’s largest and most successful car maker.


Here’s price list, insurance group and trims of the 2011 Hyundai i49w in UK:

Specs of the car in the press release below:

Hyundai today announces the full pricing, specification and insurance group ratings for the anticipated all-new i40 Tourer.

On sale in September 2011, prices will start from £18,395 on the road with insurance from Group 12E*; and will offer customers a high level of standard specification coupled with competitive cost of ownership. Also, with the lowest ‘Benefit in Kind’ (BIK) cost in class, the Hyundai i40 range will become an attractive alternative for company car drivers.

Tony Whitehorn, Managing Director, Hyundai Motor UK says: “The all-new i40 Tourer is a stylish yet uncompromised addition to the medium family estate car market.  It offers exceptionally low CO2 emissions and high fuel economy; an intuitive, spacious and contemporary interior package combined with an unparalleled level of standard equipment for its class – all at an accessible price.”

He continues: “The i40 is a sign of how far Hyundai has come in recent years, and truly embodies where the brand is going. We believe that it offers a unique, value for money, customer proposition in this highly competitive market segment.”

The Hyundai i40 Tourer will be available in three main trim levels (Active, Style and Premium) with the choice of three efficient engines, four power outputs and manual or automatic transmission. Hyundai’s Blue Drive technologies – incorporating Intelligent Stop & Go technology – are fitted as standard on all Active derivatives, and on the Style 1.7 CRDi 136PS Blue Drive model ensuring CO2 emissions  of 119 g/km.

Standard features, which set the i40 apart from other competitor offerings, are 16” alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition, leather steering wheel with audio controls, electric heated door mirrors with integrated LED indicators, electric front and rear windows and electric parking brake with automatic hold function.  Touch screen satellite navigation with rear view camera, front and rear parking sensors, cruise control and dual zone climate control are standard on the mid-point ‘Style’ range.  The Premium models benefit further from the addition of leather upholstery, panoramic sunroof, keyless entry and supervision instrument cluster with LCD colour display as standard, plus the option of the Lane Departure Warning and Smart Parking Assist, heated leather steering wheel and ventilated front seats.

Designed and engineered at the company’s European R&D headquarters in Rüsselsheim, Germany, the Hyundai i40 Tourer will be joined by a four-door saloon later this year.  Prices for the saloon will be subject to a further announcement.

All Hyundai i40 models will be supported by Hyundai’s industry-best, fully transparent Five Year Triple Care assurance.  This package offers five-year unlimited warranty, five years of roadside assistance and five years of vehicle health checks.

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