For This i40 is cheaper to buy than mainstream rivals and is well equipped, too. The diesel engine is smooth and refined and emits super-low levels of CO2.
Against Rivals, such as the Ford Mondeo Estate 1.6 TDCi, are sharper to drive and the i40 isn’t the most practical estate car, either.
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The best i40 Tourer. Cheap to buy, cheap to run and impressively equipped.
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Target Price team says:
There are three trims with the Hyundai i40 Tourer, and we reckon you needn’t look past the entry-level Active: this comes with a long list of standard kit, including alloy wheels, air-conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, steering wheel-mounted stereo controls and automatic lights and wipers.
The 1.6-litre petrol model and the two diesels are all available in both standard and Blue Drive form – the latter incorporates engine stop-start technology, which helps cuts fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Like all Hyundais, the i40 comes with the company’s Five Year Triple Care package, which includes a five-year warranty, five years’ roadside assistance and five years of annual vehicle health checks.
Reader test team says:
Crash, Bang, Wallop is how I'd describe the ride comfort. It's very poor on anything other than near perfect tarmac and that's as rare as hen's teeth…
Early impressions are that I love this car. It feels very solidly built and is a joy to be sat in – especially at night with the dash lit up in its…
This is a great car to drive. I have the 1.7 TDi Blue drive Style. For spec and practicality it beats other class leaders hands down. My teanage…
I really rate this car as being one of the best cars i have owned.my car is the premium 136 model and has everything that i need,i did a comparrison…