Does it represent good value for the price? What features does it come with?
At its core, though, it's the same car, just with more luxury, like the i30 N Premium. You can't have a manual Premium but given you're paying $5000 for a lot of stuff you may not want or need, you won't lose out by getting the "standard' car.
The Premium's spec sheet lists 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, heated and cooled electrically-adjustable front seats, power everything, leather seats, leather wheel, leather shifter, seven-speaker stereo, reversing camera, keyless entry and start, front and rear parking sensors, a comprehensive safety package, sat nav, auto LED headlights, auto wipers and a space saver spare.
The stereo, sat nav and various settings appear on the 8.0-inch screen affixed to the dash. The Hyundai software is alright, the hardware is good so it's snappy and easy to use and with the USB port available you can hook up you Android or Apple device for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. You also get DAB radio, which is nice.