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2010 Hyundai ix35 Pricing And Options

Hyundai ix35 at 2010 Hyundai ix35 Pricing And Options

The new generation of Hyundai Tucson known as the ix35 has been officially priced as it goes on sale next month. Despite its all-new everything including the new bold design which, in comparison to the old gen, is actually pretty, is priced quite reasonably. It starts at only £16,495 for a basic model which is small hatchback money and costs no more than £20,745 for a fully loaded one.

But even that basic Style model is very well equipped with features like 17-inch alloy wheels, ESP, air conditioning, built-in Bluetooth phone connectivity, heated front and rear seats, electric heated door mirrors with integrated LED side repeaters, leather steering wheel and gearknob, reverse parking sensors and a trip computer.

The premium trim level adds things like 18-inch alloys, a double-length panoramic glass sunroof, automatic headlights, cruise control, dual zone climate control, electric folding door mirrors, keyless entry with engine start/stop button, rear privacy glass, rain-sensing wipers, part-leather upholstery and roof rails. Options include full leather seats, touch-screen sat-nav and a reversing camera. Then again, quite a lot for that sorta money.

Furthermore all models comes with Hyundai’s famous five-year warranty and a 10-year anti-perforation corrosion warranty.

At launch, the ix35 is available with a 2.0 CRDi engine but later on a 1.6 petrol with direct injection technology and a new 1.7 diesel offering supermini-rivaling emissions and fuel economy will be added to the range.

2010 Hyundai ix35 MSRP:

2.0 5-dr 2WD Style : £16,495

2.0 CRDi 5-dr 2WD Style : £17,995

2.0 CRDi 5-dr 4WD Style : £18,995

2.0 CRDi 5-dr 2WD Premium : £19,745

2.0 CRDi 5-dr 4WD Premium : £20,745

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