The Hyundai i30 has received an impressive facelift and is available to order now.
Prices start at £20,695 with those interested in a car leasing deal getting to enjoy equipment enhancements, new exterior styling and a revamped interior.
There’s also a new mild-hybrid offering joining the line-up with a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine being mated to a 48v electric motor.
The new mild-hybrid is offered with either a six-speed ‘intelligent manual transmission’, or the firm’s seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission.
There’s also new safety equipment including Hyundai’s SmartSense safety pack which includes lane-keep assist, front collision avoidance system and autonomous emergency braking.
Safety kit for the new Hyundai i30
Optional safety kit for the new Hyundai i30 includes lane following assist, leading vehicle departure alert, rear collision avoidance assist, and intelligent speed limit warning.
The trim names and content have also been altered to fit in with the all-new i10 and i20 models with the entry-level SE Connect coming with 16-inch alloy wheels, electric folding door mirrors and automatic headlamps.
Drivers also get an 8-inch touchscreen display for the infotainment system, which is smartphone compatible. There’s also voice recognition, a rear-view camera, air-conditioning plus rear parking sensors.
The Premium trim offers 17-inch alloy wheels, puddle lamps and privacy glass, with a new 7-inch instrument cluster, plus a 10.25-inch touchscreen for the satnav and infotainment system.
The model also offers automatic air conditioning, heated front seats, an electrically adjustable driver’s seat, front parking sensors and electric parking brake.
Hyundai i30 is well-specced for car leasing
The Hyundai i30 is well-specced for car leasing and buying and offers a value for money vehicle for the segment. Third generation offering will match the competition from the likes of the new Volkswagen Golf, and also the Ford focus.
The Hyundai i30 also comes in the sporty N Line trim for those who like better levels of performance.
The revamped i30 also offers a new ‘user profile’ feature so drivers can create an account to remember their vehicle’s favourite settings, for instance, the positioning of the wing mirrors, or how they prefer their instrument cluster to be laid out.
There’s also an on-street parking and price information offering which now covers 75 cities in Europe.
The new model offers 10 body colours and comes with Hyundai’s five-year unlimited mileage warranty to underpin the quality of their offering, along with a roadside assistance package.