The all-new Hyundai i30 will cost from £14,495 when it goes on sale in March. The replacement for the now four-year-old i30 is available with four trim levels – Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav – and comes equipped with a range of new diesel and petrol engines.
Included in the engine line-up is a frugal 1.6 CRDi Blue Drive unit, which comes in two power outputs and features stop-start as standard. In 108bhp guise, the engine emits 97g/km CO2 and achieves 76.3mpg, while the more powerful 126bhp variant emits 100g/km Co2.
Standard equipment across the Hyundai i30 model range includes voice-activated Bluetooth, LED daytime running lights, a multi-function steering wheel and electric and heated door mirrors. Hyundai’s hill-start assist system is also on the list.
Active-spec models add 15-inch alloys, cruise control, rear-parking sensors and three driver setting options – Comfort, Normal and Sport – while Style models get larger 16-inch alloys, as well as climate control, front parking sensors, LED indicators and rain-sensing wipers.
Topping the i30 range is the Style Nav model, prices of which start from £17,595. On top of the equipment you’ll find on the i30 Style, an integrated touchscreen sat-nav system and rear view parking camera is included.
Hyundai’s UK CEO Tony Whitehorn commented: “The new-generation i30 represents another leap forward in terms of Hyundai’s design, refinement and build quality” and that “it’s the complete package for customers looking for a high-quality vehicle at an affordable price.”