Hyundai Bayon prices


Hyundai Bayon, 2021, front
Hyundai Bayon, 2021, side
Hyundai Bayon, 2021, rear
Hyundai Bayon, 2021, interior
Hyundai Bayon, 2021, rear seats

PRICES and more details about the Hyundai Bayon compact SUV have been revealed by the Korean car maker.

The car will be priced from £20,295 with the 10 model range topping out at £25,795.

All versions are powered by a 1.0-litre petrol mild hybrid turbo engine developing either 100 or 120ps and mated to a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox.

Performance data is a best 0 to 62 acceleration time of 10.4 seconds with a maximum of 115mph for the higher powered option and 10.7 seconds for the manual 100ps model with a top speed of 113mph.

The 1.0-litre 100ps DCT arrangement increases the acceleration time to 11.7 seconds with a maximum of 112mph.

Fuel economy and emissions have yet to be announced.

Three trim levels will be offered - SE Connect, Premium and Ultimate - with all models having Hyundai's SmartSense safety systems which include lane tracking, automatic emergency braking and fully automatic headlights.

A semi-autonomous lane following system and blindspot collision warning is available as an option on higher grade cars.

Premium models are priced from £22,495 and include a 10.25-inch touchscreen sat nav system, wireless phone charging and Hyundai's Bluelink telematics set up while Ultimate grade vehicles feature keyless entry, a Bose sound system and extra body trim among standard features.


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