Thursday 28 October 2010

Photo Gallery: 2011 Hyundai ix20

Hyundai UK has announced prices for the new sub-compact ix20 MPV. The entry-level 1.4 litre petrol Classic will start from £11,595, rising to £15,095 for the 1.6 litre petrol automatic Style range-topper.

Diesel models will typically add £1,400 on top of petrol equivalent. Three trim-levels are offered; Classic, Active and Style, and are unique to the UK and have been carefully created to reflect the demands and high expectations of British buyers.

Base Classic grade features 15” steel wheels, ESP, height adjustable driver’s seat, air conditioning, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, x6 airbags, hill-start assist, alarm, active front head restraints, radio/CD audio system with 6 speakers, MP3, RDS, USB/AUX/iPod input capabilities, black door handles & mirrors, metallic interior door handles and sliding/reclining rear seats with 60/40 spilt folding.

Mid-spec, set to be the most popular grade, Active contains 16” alloy wheels, body-coloured electrically adjustable/heated door mirrors, rear parking sensors, rear electric windows, Bluetooth w/steering wheel mounted audio controls, leather steering wheel and gearknob, eco-pattern front grille, luggage net, front illuminated vanity mirrors and rear centre armrest. This starts at £12,695 for the 1.4 litre petrol and £14,095 for the diesel and the 1.6 litre petrol auto.

Flagship Style trim-level adds electric folding door mirrors, front fog lights, panoramic glass roof and rear privacy glass. Prices start from £13,695 for the 1.4 petrol, to £15,095 for the 1.4 CRDi and 1.6 lire auto petrol.

Metallic paint is optional at £395. More standard equipment and technical specs can be found here.

"The Hyundai ix20 is a modern mini-MPV which has its own personality, offering the right balance of dynamic style and functionality," said Allan Rushforth, Vice President of Hyundai Motor Europe. "With Hyundai ix20 we are giving young European families a vehicle that not only suits their lifestyle, but also appeals to their sense of adventure."

"We are optimistic about the future of our new B-segment MPV and have set an ambitious but achievable sales target of 55,000 units annually for the Hyundai ix20," continued Mr. Rushforth. "The MPV segment has been experiencing a tough time of late, but we are confident that the launch of the Hyundai ix20 will help to increase Hyundai's overall sales volume and market share in Europe. Taking into account the current trend for European motorists to downsize, we expect many C-segment MPV owners will be tempted by the Hyundai ix20."

Sales of the ix20 start from 18th November.

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