Check out the all new Hyundai i40 estate car. Today we are going to test this weird looking family car which offers some interesting features and long factory warranty.
The big Hyundai i40 tourer is a sharp looking family car, with a bold grille, creases along the sides and a neat tailgate.
The i40 is described as featuring Hyundai’s ‘fluidic sculpture’ design language, and was launched in Europe initially as an estate (marketed as the i40 Tourer) and later as a saloon. The boot space is 553-litres, increasing to 1,719-litres with the rear seats folded down.
Family buyers will be impressed by the practicality on offer. Its boot has a 533-litre carrying capacity with the seats up, and a decent 1,719 litres with them down. The car also gets underfloor cubbies and a retractable luggage screen. As ever, the big draw for many buyers is the value for money on offer, and there’s a wealth of standard kit included — the i40 puts more expensive rivals to shame. The engine line-up comprises two petrols, a 135bhp 1.6-litre and more powerful 2.0-litre unit, and a 1.7-litre diesel with 114bhp or 134bhp. The diesel unit offers plenty of power and will be better suited to those who rack up high mileages. Entry version delivers class-leading emissions of 113g/km and can return 65mpg. The i40 looks set to attract family and company buyers in equal measure.
Hyundai i40 Tourer test drive and review – video