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The Top Gear car review:Hyundai i40
Running costs and reliability
Hyundai doesn’t need a five-year warranty to tell you this will never go wrong: the in-built solidity and quality of the i40 does that on its own. It still includes it as standard though, as part of a package that shows how eager Hyundai is to please its customers. With eye-opening prices starting from less than £17,500 and sub-120g/km CO2 emissions (combined with an impressive 65.7mpg average economy) also on the table, cue one duly worried range of Mondeos. And rightly so.