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2016 Hyundai I40
EXPERT RATING
7.0
/ 10
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2016 Hyundai I40 Pricing and Specs

Price Guide
$19,990*

The Hyundai I40 2016 prices range from $14,990 for the basic trim level Sedan I40 Active to $22,910 for the top of the range Wagon I40 Active Tourer.

The Hyundai I40 2016 comes in Sedan and Wagon.

The Hyundai I40 2016 is available in Diesel and Regular Unleaded Petrol.

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Sedan

Hyundai I40 Models SPECS PRICE
Active 1.7LDiesel7 speed automatic $11,900 – 17,490
Premium 1.7LDiesel7 speed automatic $19,000 – 26,400

Wagon

Hyundai I40 Models SPECS PRICE
Active Tourer 1.7LDiesel7 speed automatic $12,800 – 18,590
Active Tourer 2.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol6 speed automatic $11,800 – 17,270
Premium Tourer 1.7LDiesel7 speed automatic $20,300 – 27,610
Premium Tourer 2.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol6 speed automatic $18,700 – 26,070

Hyundai i40 2016 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Hyundai i40 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Hyundai i40 Diesel Engine Problems

    The Hyundai i40 has a great reputation in the trade for being a solid, dependable car with few inherent problems. In fact, it’s one of the models that has recently helped forge Hyundai’s overall reputation as a safe bet. The brand’s five-year warranty hasn’t hurt it in that regard, either.

    In terms of Hyundai i40 diesel engine problems, the news is good. And that’s largely because Hyundai has been building small capacity passenger-car diesel engines for decades and has the technology all worked out.

    But there are a few things to watch out for and those include the propensity of modern, common-rail injected diesels to require plenty of preventative maintenance. If injectors, pumps and filters are not looked after, they can all give trouble down the road and fixing common-rail injection is generally not a cheap pursuit. So make sure any second-hand i40 (petrol or diesel) has a fully stamped service book and that no preventative maintenance has been skipped.

    The other thing worth mentioning is that unless you plan to do at least some highway driving, then the turbo-diesel – as nice as it is to drive – may not be your best bet. The Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) fitted to modern diesels needs a good run at a decent speed every few weeks to ensure that it can regenerate properly. If it doesn’t see this sort of running, it can become blocked and, in a worst-case scenario, require replacement. This is by no means a Hyundai-specific problem and many modern diesels with DPF technology carry the same caveat.

    The bottom line is that even though the diesel version of the i40 may squeeze more out of each litre of fuel, it’s not necessarily the cheapest-to-own variant in the long run.

     

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  • What's a good mid-sized wagon to buy?

    You’re buying a used car, it’s not new, so you have to expect some wear-and-tear issues. The older the car, the greater the wear-and-tear, and the more likely it is to have suffered mechanical failures or even a crash. That means you have to thoroughly check the car before purchase, and you have to rely on the honesty of the vendor. If the car has had clutch problems it should be recorded in the service book. It’s the same with the others you’re looking at, check them thoroughly, and if you’re uncertain have an expert check them for you. Of the three others you are considering I would avoid the Passat as a potential money pit, and go for the i40 in preference to the Commodore.

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  • What's a good mid-sized wagon to buy?

    You’re buying a used car, it’s not new, so you have to expect some wear-and-tear issues. The older the car, the greater the wear-and-tear, and the more likely it is to have suffered mechanical failures or even a crash. That means you have to thoroughly check the car before purchase, and you have to rely on the honesty of the vendor. If the car has had clutch problems it should be recorded in the service book. It’s the same with the others you’re looking at, check them thoroughly, and if you’re uncertain have an expert check them for you. Of the three others you are considering I would avoid the Passat as a potential money pit, and go for the i40 in preference to the Commodore.

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