1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 4dr
- Vehicle Year, 2018
- Mileage, 41,098 miles
- Fuel Type, Diesel
- Transmission Type, Manual
Full price.£10,750Price per month. pcp. £179
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A used Hyundai i40 is a great option for a value-for-money family car that's available in estate or saloon styles. Packed with loads of equipment as standard, the i40 is ideal if you need space but still want style and function. You can get an automatic model or a classic manual, and there’s a choice of impressive and efficient engines as well.
Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
1.7 CRDi Blue Drive SE Nav 4dr
The i40 first came out in 2012 as a compact saloon to take on the likes of the Volkswagen Jetta and Kia Optima. It offers plenty of interior space for its overall size and high levels of comfort for all five passengers.
While it is available as a saloon most of the time, Hyundai also made the i40 Tourer, which is an estate version with more bootspace thanks to its higher roofline and longer body.
There are two diesel engines on offer, one offering 141hp and the other 115hp. Both are fantastic engines in their own right but will suit different people depending on what you’re after.
There’s also a choice of trims, including the S, SE Nav, SE Nav Business and Premium, and you’ll benefit from the reliable and high-quality Hyundai reputation.
The i40 will easily slip into the lives of many motorists, especially if you like space and style at a great price point.
Inside, a used i40 offers exactly what you’d want and expect from a family saloon – even entry-level models come equipped with a leather steering wheel and fancy ambient lighting.
They also come as standard with USB inputs and Bluetooth connectivity, and some options come with a DAB digital radio.
The luxury Premium trim gets extra features like heated rear seats and a panoramic sunroof.
Moving past the cabin, the i40 offers plenty of space in both the front and rear for its occupants. This isn’t a massive car so don’t expect SUV-like space, but it still isn’t all that bad for a car of this size – especially the i40 Tourer, which offers 553 litres of boot space.
You can see the full range of features in each model by taking a look at our current used Hyundai i40 listings.
All i40s come with a 1.7-litre diesel engine, producing either 115hp or 141hp. The former is best suited for everyday, casual driving, whereas the larger 141hp variant is the best option for longer motorway journeys.
Hyundai says these engines will return 65.7mpg and 67.3mpg respectively, which is very impressive for a small saloon, and is helped by the efficient diesel engines across the range.
There are also options for automatic i40 models or manuals, depending on which you’d prefer. Each gearbox feels smooth on the roads, and works perfectly alongside each engine choice.
Being a Hyundai, the i40 is very reliable, and every model came with a five-year warranty from new to ensure the vehicle’s durability.
The i40’s towing capacity is 1,800kg, which is enough to pull a small caravan.
Hyundai says an i40 should run for a very long time, with experts claiming they could travel up to 300,000 miles with regular servicing.
The i40 is a great family car because it offers comfort, space, fuel efficiency, and low running costs.