Hyundai Bayon Review
First launched early 2021, the Hyundai Bayon was introduced as an affordable SUV option. The all-new Hyundai Bayon UK is a crossover SUV with a surprisingly spacious interior. An alternative to the Nissan Juke and Ford Puma, the Hyundai Bayon is sized below the Kona as the smallest Hyundai SUV model available. Let's find out more about this fantastic Hyundai car.
The Hyundai Bayon stands out for its unusual and eye-catching design. With a wide, split grille and angular bodywork, this car is rather different to the conventional Hyundai Kona SUV. In fact, the Bayon is based largely on the Hyundai i20 supermini. Despite its compact exterior, the interior of the Hyundai Bayon feels spacious with excellent legroom and head room. Also, the 334-litre boot space is decent, although it doesn’t quite match the Nissan Juke.
Furthermore, we think the Hyundai Bayon 2021 has plenty to offer, making it a great all-rounder. This car combines Hyundai’s SUV heritage with its sportiness and affordability, which will appeal to a wide audience. As standard, this Hyundai car has an 8” infotainment touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Other key features include cruise control and a rear parking camera, making driving easy and as stress free as possible. As for safety, the Hyundai Bayon features Hyundai’s SmartSense safety features so you can enjoy a safe journey.
If you’re looking to lease a fuel-efficient family car, then the new Hyundai Bayon 2021 is an excellent option. Unlike the Hyundai Kona, the Bayon doesn’t yet have a fully electric version available. However, there’s an efficient 1.0-litre mild-hybrid petrol engine with the choice of two power outputs. It’s claimed that the MPG range across all versions is approximately 52.3 - 53.3. This delivers better figures than both the Ford Puma and Nissan Juke. Plus, like all Hyundai models, the Hyundai Bayon comes with a 5-Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty as standard for peace of mind.
Hyundai Bayon Price & Specs
The Hyundai Bayon UK is available in a range of three trim levels – SE Connect, Premium and Ultimate. The entry-level SE Connect is priced from £20,295 (OTR price) – around £1,000 more than the Nissan Juke. Available as either a Manual or Automatic car, we feel this pricing is reasonable for a vehicle of this kind. The Hyundai Bayon SE Connect comes with 16" Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control and Rear Parking Sensors with a Rear-View Camera. Although, if you would prefer the mid-range Premium trim, this is priced from £22,495. With this you get upgrades such as 17" Alloy Wheels, Heated Front Seats and Climate Control. For those interested in the range-topper, pricing starts from £23,795 – around £2,000 less than the top-range Juke. Top features on this spec include a BOSE Premium Sound System, Smart Key and a Phantom Black Two Tone Roof. Of course, alternatively you could consider a Hyundai Bayon lease for a fixed monthly cost. Car leasing is straightforward and cost-effective, plus GB Vehicle Leasing have some cracking lease deals available.
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