- i10 PLAY from £11,195 , i20 PLAY from £14,495
- PLAY special editions offer high level specification items at a lower price
- Exclusive specification items for PLAY models
The PLAY special editions present an opportunity for customers to have the combination of both high equipment levels and a low entry price from just £11,195. The PLAY models go on sale from the 8th April.
The i10 PLAY is available from £11,195, the same price as the i10 SE and includes higher trim specification, with equipment including 15” alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, 7” touchscreen navigation system with DAB, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, black gloss door mirror covers and unique PLAY badging. The i10 PLAY is available with the 1.0 MPI 67PS 5 speed manual.
Available from £14,495, the i20 PLAY is priced £1000 less than the i20 SE and again includes specification from higher in the range, including 16” alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, 7” touchscreen navigation system with DAB, Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, black gloss door mirror covers and unique PLAY badging. The i20 PLAY is available with the 1.2 MPI 84PS 5 speed manual or the 1.0 T-GDi 100PS 5 speed manual.
The i10 PLAY editions are available in a choice of 5 colours, Tomato Red or Polar White as solid, no cost options, Champion Blue, Stardust Grey or Clean Slate as metallic options. All i20 PLAY models come standard in a two tone paint finish, with pearl finish Phantom Black roof to complement the same body colour choices as the i10 PLAY.
The i10 PLAY is fitted with the high level of standard safety equipment as found throughout the i10 range, whilst the i20 PLAY offers additional levels of protection with Driver Attention Alert, Lane Keep Assist, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Hill-start Assist Control and speed sensitive door locking all featuring as standard.
Previous special edition models of i10 and i20 have always proven popular with our customers and we expect the same reception to the i10 and i20 PLAY. Both models provide excellent value for any customers seeking high levels of equipment at a lower price.