AutosRevamped Hyundai Bayon: Striking looks & old-school engines at new prices

Revamped Hyundai Bayon: Striking looks & old‑school engines at new prices

Refreshed Hyundai Bayon
Refreshed Hyundai Bayon
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1:07 PM EDT, May 14, 2024

The Hyundai Bayon is an urban crossover that stands out with its practical design and the availability of classic, naturally aspirated engines—which notably remained available even after its facelift. But what is the cost of the base version?

Hyundai Bayon after the facelift - what has changed?

The updated Bayon boasts a significantly improved appearance, aligning more closely with Hyundai's latest model lineup. A notable feature is the LED light strip that spans the entire front width, enhancing its modern look. Below this, triangle-shaped headlights are set, integrating seamlessly with the dark graphics of the grille and bumper, thanks to their design.

The Bayon now features a large multimedia display measuring 10.25 inches diagonally. As is common with facelifts, the standard equipment has been upgraded, adding more value to the vehicle. The engine options, which importantly include the gasoline, naturally aspirated 1.2, are a pleasant holdover from the pre-facelift version. How is it priced, though?

Hyundai Bayon after the facelift - basic prices of drive versions

  • 1.2 MPI 79 HP 5MT - starting at approximately $23,100
  • 1.0 T-GDI 100 HP 6MT - starting at approximately $24,400
  • 1.0 T-GDI 100 HP 7DCT - starting at approximately $25,850

In addition to the three engine options, customers can choose from five equipment versions. The base version comes exclusively with the 1.2 engine, while the more luxurious versions are only available with the 1.0 T-GDI gasoline engine.

Hyundai Bayon after the facelift - equipment version prices

Pure - starting at approximately $23,100 - includes 15-inch steel wheels, halogen lighting, manual air conditioning, front electric windows, an onboard computer with a 4.2-inch display, cruise control, rear parking sensors, a backup camera, and a multimedia system with a 10.25-inch screen.

Refreshed Hyundai Bayon
Refreshed Hyundai Bayon© Press materials | Hyundai

Modern - starting at approximately $23,700 - adds features like electric mirrors, 16-inch aluminum wheels, a leather steering wheel,

Smart - starting at approximately $25,200 - includes additional amenities such as heated mirrors, heated seats, ambient interior lighting, a rain sensor, digital dials with a 10.25-inch diagonal, and LED headlights

Executive - starting at approximately $28,000 - further includes rear LED lights, 17-inch aluminum wheels, front and rear parking sensors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and keyless entry,

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