A series of new special-edition Hyundais will arrive in the New Year, bringing upgraded styling and equipment to the i10, i20 and i30 ranges.
Prices for the new models – all called Edition – start at £8425 for a 1.1-litre i10 and run to £14,700 for 1.6 CRDi i30.
At the top of the range, the i30 Edition has a sporty look, and the choice of petrol or diesel engines, with prices from £13,400. Standard equipment includes alloy wheels, sports pedals, remote central locking and all-round electric windows, while an engine stop-start system is a £200 option.
The i20 Edition comes with the 1.2-litre petrol engine, in both three- and five-door bodies, and with a choice of two optional exterior colours. Costing from £10,565, it has half-leather seat trim, air-conditioning and remote central locking.
The cheapest of the new Edition models is the i10, which comes with a 1.1-litre petrol engine and alloy wheels, side mouldings and front foglights, as well as air-conditioning and electric windows. Thanks to its 119g/km CO2 emissions, its annual road tax will cost just £35.
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