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Hyundai unveils Premium SE model
07 March 2013
Japanese car giant Hyundai has unveiled the Premium SE model in its i40 range confirming it will be available in both the Saloon and Sport Tourer versions.
The carmaker said the Premium SE vehicles will include the existing Comfort, Vision and assist packs -previously available as optional extras - as standard.
A heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats, and heated rear seats are some of the standard equipment on the Premium SE models.
Other features include xenon headlights with adaptive front lighting system, lane departure warning system and tyre pressure monitoring.
For those thinking of splashing out on the Hyundai, and on breakdown cover too, prices for the i40 Tourer Premium SE start at £27,465 for the standard models. The automatic version will set motorists back around £28,670.
Those opting for the Saloon can expect to pay around £26,065 for the standard version and £27,270 for the automatic, Hyundai said.
The Premium SE i40 will be available with the 1.7-litre CRDi 136PS engine along with a choice of either a manual or automatic gearbox.
Caption: Hyundai has unveiled its latest Premium SE model, which is available in the Saloon and Sport Tourer versions.