Hyundai i30, Elantra, ix35 Trophy | new car sales price

CarsGuide ·

7 January 2014

Hyundai has released Trophy versions of the i30, ix35 and Elantra with a package of additional features worth around $2000, plus special driveaway deals, with prices rising between $400 and $1800 over the non-driveaway list figures for the Active spec versions the upgraded vehicles are based on.

The i30 Trophy gets leather-trimmed seats, five-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels and electric folding side mirrors, with the prices rising from $400 to $1500 over the equivalent Active variant. The Elantra sedan Trophy scores the wheels and leather trim plus a premium steering wheel and gear-knob, with prices up $900 to $1200 on the Active versions.

The 2WD ix35 Trophy with manual transmission misses out on the goodies package, but the automatic version gets the folding mirrors, leather trim, premium steering wheel and gear knob, but larger  triple-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, tinted rear windows, front foglamps, automatic dusk-sensing headlights, chilled glove box and an electrochromatic rearview mirror with integrated reversing camera for an extra $1800 over the Active.

 

PRICING

Hyundai i30 Trophy 1.8L petrol man $21,490 drive-away (up $400 on non-driveaway list price)
Hyundai i30 Trophy 1.8L petrol auto $23,990 drive-away (up $800 on non-driveaway list price)
Hyundai i30 Trophy 1.6L CRDi diesel man $24,790 drive-away (up $1200 on non-driveaway list price)
Hyundai i30 Trophy 1.6L CRDi diesel auto $27,290 drive-away (up $1500 on non-driveaway list price)

 

Hyundai Elantra Series II Trophy 1.8L petrol man $21,490 drive-away (up $1100 on non-driveaway list price)
Hyundai Elantra Series II Trophy 1.8L petrol auto $23,990 drive-away (up $1200 on non-driveaway list price)

 

Hyundai ix35 Series II Trophy 2.0L petrol 2WD auto $30,990 drive-away (up $1800 on non-driveaway list price)


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Published 7 January 2014