Hyundai confirms facelifted i30 pricing and specification
24 February 2015
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Hyundai's revised i30 will be priced from £15,195 when it goes on sale in the UK in March.
The equivalent i30 Tourer model carries a £1700 premium over the five-door model, while the i30 Turbo model is priced from £22,495.
The range starts with the i30 S model which replaces the outgoing Classic model. It is powered by 1.4-litre 100hp petrol engine, which emits 138g/km of CO2.
The most frugal model in the i30 range, the 110hp 1.6-litre diesel in the S trim level emits 94g/km of CO2 costs from £17,195. Curently, the most frugal engine emits 97g/km of CO2.
Three trim levels are available - S, SE and Premium. S level models include keyless entry, USB and AUX connections, Bluetooth and air conditioning as standard.
The SE trim level adds 16-inch alloy wheels (S level models come with 15-inch alloys), cruise control, lumbar support and a leather steering wheel and gear knob, while the Premium trim level features 17-inch alloy wheels, leather seat fittings, dual zone climate control, heated seats, heated steering wheel and a smart key.
"The current i30 has been a huge hit for us in the UK, and the new i30 is set to build on that success thanks to its updated design and unbeatable levels of standard equipment," said Tony Whitehorn, Hyundai UK president.