Hyundai i40 Trim Levels Available from Dealers Now

The Hyundai i40 is a large family car which is available as both a saloon and an estate and was designed by the South Korean firm Hyundai specifically for the European market.

From January 5th 2012 the Hyundai i40 went on sale in the United Kingdom with a choice of three different trim levels, called Active, Style and Premium. Prices for the saloon version of the 2012 Hyundai i40 begin at £17,395 for the entry level model with Active trim and go up to a range topping £24,895 for the most powerful engine and top level Premium trim.

For the saloon model the standard equipment list for the lowest trim level of Active still includes a good range of features such as Bluetooth connectivity (including voice recognition), electric heated door mirrors fitted with integral LED indicators, a leather steering wheel with built in audio controls, an electric parking brake with auto-hold function and 16 inch alloy wheels. Optional extras which can be purchased individually or as part of a higher level of trim include things like a satellite navigation system,  parking sensors, rear camera, dual-zone climate control and cruise control.

At the highest level Premium trim the Hyundai i40 saloon also has leather upholstery, keyless entry function, LCD colour display, and a panoramic sunroof. Optional safety equipment which can be added to this includes Lane Departure Warning and Smart Parking Assist.

In addition to the three different trim levels there is also a choice of three different engines – a 1.6-litre GDi, a 1.7-litre CDRi and a second 1.7-litre CDRi with a higher power output of 134bhp.

Car dealers around the country are able to offer cars with all of these options, and if you would like more information about buying a new Hyundai i40 I suggest that you speak to your local dealership.