Hyundai Puts a Price Tag on the 2024 Bayon Tiny Crossover

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A couple of weeks after New Year's Eve, Hyundai introduced the facelifted Bayon. Fast-forward to the present day, and the model is now on sale in the United Kingdom, with the company announcing the pricing and specifications for the three trim levels available.
The entry-level version of the 2024 Hyundai Bayon, the Advance, is priced from £22,480 (equal to $28,748) and comes with new 16-inch alloys, dusk-sensing LED headlamps, heated and folding side mirrors, a reversing camera, and rear parking sensors. It also gets a 10.25-inch infotainment with sat-nav and smartphone integration, USB ports, multi-color ambient lighting, etc.

Ordering the Premium means coughing out at least £23,880 ($30,539). This model brings additional novelties, including larger 17-inch alloys, front parking sensors, and rain-sensing windscreen wipers. Additional features include the windscreen auto defog function, rear privacy windows, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, automatic climate control, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a rear USB-C port.

Building on the Premium, the 2024 Hyundai Bayon Ultimate has a recommended retail price of £25,280 ($32,329). This is the top-of-the-line version of the small crossover in the UK and comes with stuff such as the smart key with a push-start button, a glass sunroof, a wireless charging pad, a Bose premium sound system, and a Blind Spot Collision Warning.

2024 Hyundai Bayon
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Speaking of the safety gizmos, it has standard lane follow assist, forward collision avoidance assist, lane keep assist, intelligent speed limit assist, and second-generation eCall. Customers can equip it with the optional Driver Assistance Pack for an extra £800 ($1,023) on the Premium and Ultimate grades, which adds blind spot collision avoidance assist and smart cruise control.

All versions of the 2024 Hyundai Bayon use the same engine. It is a 1.0-liter turbocharged T-GDi mill that develops a maximum of 99 hp (100 ps/74 kW). It can be paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission as an option on all trim levels, though the crossover comes standard with a six-speed manual. With the auto 'box, the Bayon enjoys 148 pound-foot (200 Nm) of torque, which drops to 127 pound-foot (172 Nm) in the three-pedal configuration.

The Hyundai Bayon is a Europe-only affair built at the Izmit facility in Turkey. It's based on the K2 platform shared with the i20, i30, Venue, Kia Rio, Ceed, Seltos, and others. The Korean automaker unveiled it in 2021, and three years later, it received a mid-cycle refresh with the usual novelties, which are modest.

In the United States, Hyundai's entry-level crossover is the Venue. It shares the same underpinnings and comes in three trim levels called the SE, SEL, and Limited. Pricing before destination starts at $$19,900, $21,900, and $23,150, respectively, and all of them pack a 121 hp (123 ps/90 kW) 1.6L four-cylinder engine.
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