The new i20 coupe is priced from £12,725 to £16,400 and will go on sale in March
Doug Revolta Autocar
20 February 2015

The new Hyundai i20 Coupe will go on sale on 26 March, priced from £12,725 to £16,400.

There will be a choice of three trim levels and two engines.

Entry level SE trim starts at £12,725 and includes 16-in alloys, Bluetooth, cruise control, rear parking sensors and a rear spoiler.

Sport trim comes with 17-in alloys, automatic lights, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, climate control with automatic defog and privacy glass and is priced from £13,725.

Top-end Sport Nav starts from £14,400 and adds sat-nav with a 7.0in touchscreen, rear-view camera and DAB radio.

A choice of two engines is available; an 83bhp 1.2-litre petrol that’s paired with a five-speed manual transmission and an 89bhp 1.4-litre diesel that comes with a six-speed manual.

Exterior changes include a reverse hexagonal front grille on a new front bumper, and a Tangerine Orange colour option has been added which includes a black interior with orange inserts.

The i20 Coupe will still have class-leading 336 litres of boot space.

Hyundai has also announced that two new trim levels have been added to the i20 five-door model.

Premium Nav is priced from £14,400 and comes with sat-nav, 7.0in touchscreen, DAB radio and reversing camera; Premium SE Nav costs £15,400.

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20 February 2015
That has to be the most disappointing range of engines in the history of the modern car. Wonder if they kept a straight face when naming a version Sport.

 

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20 February 2015
Is this cheaper than the 5 door ? The 5 door looks better proportioned than this offering. If you want to try something different Hyundai how about a 3 door estate ?

21 February 2015
While appreciate the definition of "Coupe" is lose, this does appear to be a 3dr Hatchback, stretching the use of the word even further than Volkswagen does with the Scirocco. That doesn't mean they have place in the world as there is nothing wrong with a 3dr hatchback. But don't treat us like idiots. These cars are NOT coupes.

21 February 2015
As I recall, the Morris Marina was the first car to use the name "Coupe" to describe the two-door version. As it shared the same wheelbase as the four-door, there was nothing coupe (i.e. cut) about it. Moreover, to save costs, BL insisted on using the front foors from the four-door version, which resulted in a overly long rear side window and was very ill proportioned as a result.

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