New 2017 Hyundai i20 uk deals

We currently have 17 2017 Hyundai i20 models available with an average saving of £1173. Our 2017 Hyundai i20 deals are quoted as on the road or (OTR) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises.

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Auto Petrol 1.4 100 5 1.4 100 143 £15210 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 5 1.2 84 112 £13710 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 75 5 1.2 75 119 £11605 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 75 5 1.2 75 119 £12355 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 1.4 100 5 1.4 100 148 £16610 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 5 1.2 84 119 £15110 Show Discount
Auto Petrol 1.4 100 5 1.4 100 148 £17610 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 5 1.2 84 119 £16110 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 5 1.0 100 102 £14690 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 5 1.0 100 113 £15815 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 5 1.0 100 104 £13415 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 5 1.0 100 107 £16110 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 120 5 1.0 120 115 £17610 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 3 1.2 84 119 £13710 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 3 1.0 100 107 £14690 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.2 84 3 1.2 84 119 £15110 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0T-GDi 100 3 1.0 100 107 £16110 Show Discount
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Hyundai i20

You might expect a much improved product to command a much higher price - and true enough, the second generation version of this car isn't quite the bargain its predecessor was. It still sits very much at the value end of the supermini spectrum though.

Yes, you could pay £17,000 or more for one, but sticker figures for the mainstream five-door range actually start at around £11,000 for Petrol power - or from around £13,000 if you want a diesel.

Sounds affordable doesn't it? This time round, Hyundai has separately positioned the three-door bodystyle as a model in its own right, giving it a sportier look and calling it a 'Coupe'.

There are lots of trim choices - entry-level 'S' with its 'S Air' and 'S Blue' options, then 'SE', 'Premium' and 'Premium SE', plus 'Nav' options too.

The company is also offering an i20 'Active' variant with the 1.0 T-GDI 100PS Petrol engine that has Crossover-type styling cues.

All derivatives get electric front windows, remote central locking, tinted windows and RDS radio with USB. And beyond that? Well at first glance, the i20 looks to have some features that aren't common in the supermini sector.

A full-length panoramic sunroof that can both tilt and fully open is an interesting feature, as are two comfort-orientated technologies first fitted to the Hyundai i40: automatic windscreen defog and a heated steering wheel.

A dashboard-integrated seven-inch satellite navigation system, automatic folding door mirrors, front and rear parking assist and smartphone docking integration are offered. USB and auxiliary connectivity is fitted as standard and can be specified with an integrated My Music function, along with Bluetooth hands free, where up to 1GB of music can be stored and played.

Safety equipment includes six airbags on all models, a Lane Departure Warning System, standard stability control tuned to be as unobtrusive as possible and a Hill Start Assist Control standard to prevent roll back..

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