Hyundai i30 Guide
The Hyundai i30 model range lies within the price bracket of £15,795 - £27,995.
The i30 has been awarded a ninety star NCAP adult occupancy protection rating by the European New Car Assessment Programme out of a possible five stars. Based on this Euro NCAP rating the i30 fairs
The Hyundai i30 is has been rated under the new car insurance group ratings : Hyundai i30 insurance groups start at group 8 and rise to group 15. Base models are fairly cheap to insure, whilst the higher specification cars are below average to insure.
Hyundai i30 emissions (CO2
) range from 94 g/km to 163 g/km. Base models have exceptionally good CO2
emissions, higher spec. models have average CO2
emissions. An emissions figure of sub 100 g/km would be considered very good and above 200 g/km is very high. The lower the CO2
output, the lower car tax band and environmental impact.
We have road tested the Hyundai i30, to read our in-depth car review:Hyundai i30 Review
Model - (click for full specification)
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- Currently Being Researched, please check with your local Hyundai Dealer
- MPV / People Carrier
- SUV / 4x4 / Four Wheel Drive
- Super Unleaded Petrol
- Unleaded Petrol
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