Upgrades for

Hyundai's Bayon

Hyundai Bayon 2024
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UPDATED versions of Hyundai's Bayon crossover SUV are set to hit showrooms soon, featuring exterior design tweaks, new interior features, a fresh and wider colour palette and equipment upgrades.

Dealers are taking orders now for the latest Bayon models which come with LED headlights, new full-width LED daytime running lights and a redesigned front bumper incorporating a newmesh design front grille. LED taillights are also standardised across all versions, with a redesigned rear bumper and new 16 and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Four new exterior colours - Vibrant Blue Pearl, Meta Blue Pearl, Lucid Lime Metallic and Lumen Grey Pearl - have been made available while there's now a £500 two-tone paint option featuring a black roof and door mirrors for the Premium model.

Three trim levels - Advance, Premium and Ultimate - are available, all of which can be ordered with a new interior colour pack comprising Vibrant Blue door panel and air vent accents and stitching in contrast to the black dashboard and upholstery, as well as multi-colour ambient lighting with 64 colour options, a new seat pattern and glass sunroof with electric tilt & slide.

Power comes from a one-litre, turbocharged petrol engine with either a six-speed manual transmission or seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission, which is available as a £1,250 option on all trim levels.

An array of safety and convenience features are included as standard, including driver, front passenger, side and curtain airbags, lane follow and lane keep assist, forward collision avoidance assist, intelligent speed limit assist and rear view camera and parking sensors, with additional front parking sensors on Premium and Ultimate models, and blind spot collision warning with the Ultimate trim level.

A driver assistance pack, an £800 option available on Premium and Ultimate models, provides smart cruise control and blind spot collision avoidance assistamce.

Prices start from £22,480 for the Advance model which comes with a full basket of standard kit including redesigned 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights with dusk sensor, electric heated and folding door mirrors, LED headlights, taillights and positioning lights, rear view camera and parking sensors, 10.25" drivers supervision instrument cluster and 10.25" touchscreen satnav, cruise control and multi-colour ambient lighting.

The £23,880 Premium version adds automatic climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, auto dimming rear view mirror, automatic windscreen wipers with rain sensor, front parking sensors, rear USB C port, windscreen auto defog function, privacy glass and heated steering wheel and front seats.

And £25,280 buys you the flagship Ultimate model which, in addition, features a BOSE Premium sound system, wireless phone charging, blind spot collision warning, smart key with engine start button and a glass sunroof with electric tilt & slide.


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