Hyundai updated i20 has replaced its predecessor across the Australian dealership showrooms and with that introduced number of attractive standard options without affecting the i20 entry price. Priced from $15,590 the entry level Active variant introduces trip computer and electrically folding exterior mirrors on top of already impressive standard features such as MP3 Audio system with Bluetooth, iPod and USB connectivity, five star ANCAP safety rating and range of new interior and exterior colours. Adding two extra doors to the three-door Active will add $1,000 premium whilst the rest of the range will only be offered in five-door body style. According to Hyundai, the 2013 model i20 is also more fuel efficient thanks to the introduction of new six-speed manual that together with the 73kW 1.4L four-cylinder engine now returns very respectable 5.2L/100km. Automatic transmission that will be available across the entire i20 range will add additional $2,000 to the final price tag. Visit your Hyundai dealership showroom for more information on specification, pricing and availability.
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