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Hyundai i30 N Line prices and specs revealed

Date: 06 August 2018   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Hyundai has confirmed full details of the new sport-inspired N Line version of its i30 small family car. 

The firm has revealed that there will be two trim levels offered - N Line and N Line +.

The new models will feature front and rear bumpers previously seen on the i30 N hot hatch, paired with N Line-specific silver lower accents and front wing N Line badging, a twin exhaust, LED tail lights and 18in alloy wheels.

Compared with the regular i30, changes have also been made to the mechanical set up of the suspension, brakes and engine response - all designed to improve the driving experience. 

Standard equipment with N Line trim will include cloth sports seats, air conditioning, auto-dimming rear view mirror, privacy glass and an 8in touchscreen with DAB, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.                                

The N Line + will add heated leather and suede sports seats, a heated steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, LED headlights and rain-sensing windscreen wipers.

Sat-nav is also available as an option with N Line +.

Standard safety equipment, which both models share with the rest of the i30 range, includes: lane departure warning, lane keep assist, autonomous emergency braking and hill start assist.

There is a single engine available with both N Line and N Line +: a 1.4-litre 140hp petrol, paired with a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic gearbox.

Official combined fuel economy and CO2 emissions are 48.7mpg and 133g/km for the manual, and 49.6mpg and 129g/km for the auto.

Prices start at £21,255 for an N Line manual, rising to £22,255 for an N Line auto; £23,255 for an N Line + manual, and £24,255 for an N Line + auto.

UK sales begin on 3 September.

 

 

 

 



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