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The Hyundai i30

Written by

Shaun McGowan

The Hyundai i30 is one of those vehicles with a range that seemingly stretches over the horizon. At the entry level, the i30 is a fairly basic, capable car designed mainly to appeal to fleet buyers, and other no-frills customers. But at the other end, the i30 N Performance is a blisteringly capable, track-ready performance car, which shares a badge and very little else with lesser i30s.

The i30 offers, essentially the same footprint as a Kona SUV, but is available as a hatch or a more recently introduced sedan.

Cheat sheet

Hyundai Smart Sense

Cutting edge driver safety technology

Multimedia touchscreen

With ApplyPlay and Android Auto

Audio

7 speaker premium audio

Digital display

7" superior colour supervision cluster display

The basic fit out

At its most basic, the i30 kicks off with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, conventional six-speed auto and front-drive. Inside you’ll find an eight-inch multimedia display with Apple and Android phone integrations and six-speaker audio. Safety equipment levels are quite high, plus there’s leather appointed steering wheel and shifter, a reversing camera, and 16-inch alloys.

Stepping up the i30

I30 Active adds leather to the seats, 17-inch alloys and some basic trim upgrades, while the Elite spec boosts the multimedia display to 10.25-inch and includes a seven-speaker Infinity audio system. You also get a smart key, wireless phone charging and sat-nav.

In the middle of the range, the i30 N Line comes with a 1.6-litre turbo engine and either seven-speed dual-clutch or six-speed manual transmission. The centre infotainment display comes back to eight inches, and you come back to six-speaker audio, but you get a better instrument cluster, performance-oriented Michelin tyres, LED exterior lighting package and a host of trim upgrades.

I30 N Line Premium adds back the bigger infotainment display and premium audio system, plus a panoramic glass sunroof and sat-nav.

At the top of the range the i30 N is available in basic or Premium spec levels. It features a potent 2.0-litre turbocharged four with either a six-speed manual or eight-speed DCT, with track-ready suspension and brakes. The 10.25-inch centre display, smart key, wireless charging and LED lights are standard, while the Premium spec adds Alcantara trim to the seats, plus heated front seats and steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers, and other premium features.

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Hyundai i30 specs

  • 3.0 GDi Petrol 6-speed manual FWD or 3.0 GDi Petrol 6-speed automatic FWD 0- 8" multimedia touchscreen display with Apple Carplay and Android Auto compatibility
  • 6 speaker Audio system
  • 7" Supervision Cluster
  • Rear view camera
  • Leather-appointed steering wheel & gear know
  • 16" alloy wheels
  • One touch windows
  • Hyundai SmartSense

Your i30 options

  • i30
  • i30 Active
  • i30 Elite
  • i30 N Line
  • i30 N Line Premium

What you'd get when you salary package a i30

  • Fleet discount
  • Registration and CTP
  • Fuel Card
  • Tyres
  • Repairs and Maintenance
  • Roadside Assist
  • Comprehensive Insurance

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In summary

The i30 N is arguably the best-sorted accessible performance car currently on sale. However, it’s worth noting that, unless you’re a performance car enthusiast, the i30 N might be a bit harsh to live with, if all you plan on doing is a daily commute and other conventional driving. In that case, you might find the i30 N Line more refined, better suited to your needs and overall, easier to live with.

About the Author

Shaun McGowan from money.com.au

Shaun

McGowan

Shaun McGowan

Shaun is the founder of Money.com.au and is determined to help people pay as little as possible for financial products. Through education and building world class technology. Previously Shaun co-founded CarLoans.com.au and Lend.

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