Swedish prices on Hyundai Bayon

Hyundai’s new compact SUV with a ham name has now been launched in Sweden.

Namnet Bayon made us think of French ham when it was revealed but once Hyundai pulled off the cover in March it turned out to be a new compact SUV. Not long after that we also got to test drive the slightly high-built, front-wheel drive minimum in Germany and the rating was good.

However, that was the thing with the Swedish prices. During the test run, our dispatcher only had the German prices to go on and then the price increase compared to the lower platform partner i20 seemed a bit juicy.

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Now they are Swedish the prices are finally ready and the Swedish base price will be SEK 174,900. Then you get a completely unelectrified Bayon with a 1.25-liter petrol engine of 84 horsepower and a 6-speed manual gearbox.

An i20 with the same specification otherwise comes out for SEK 149,900. The price increase is thus SEK 25,000 – SEK 5,000 more than in Germany.

I20’s larger 1.0-liter “T-GDi” engine also offered to Bayon. It has an output of 100 hp and takes the help of a 48-volt mild hybrid system to reduce emissions and consumption somewhat. The price tag for it starts at SEK 204,900.

As an option for the one-liter engine, there is also a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox for SEK 15,000.

Missing does, however a proper (loaded) hybrid version and selectable four-wheel drive. If you want it, you can take the step up to the larger model Kona, which is also available as an electric car and in a sharpened N version with 290 hp.

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Source: Senaste nytt från auto motor & sport by www.mestmotor.se.

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