Leasing a Hyundai I30 Fastback
Five-door coupe impresses
Lots of equipment and practicality. This stylish five-door coupe offers practicality and plenty of equipment to impress. The great handling also means this is a car to enjoy.
ENGINES AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE HYUNDAI i30 FASTBACK
The performance and enjoyment for the contract hire Hyundai i30 Fastback comes from a very good 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine producing 158bhp.
It's mild-hybrid offering with a 48-volt battery to help the i30 Fastback sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 8.8 seconds. Its top speed is 130mph and fuel consumption is around 50mpg, with emissions of 136g/km.
The power is delivered using either a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, or the firm's smooth changing six-speed manual transmission.
Hyundai I30 Fastback from First Vehicle Leasing
EQUIPMENT AND HANDLING FOR THE HYUNDAI I30 FASTBACK
For the money, the Hyundai i30 Fastback car lease offers cracking value with a long list of equipment. It is also quicker and more stylish than the standard i30.
Around town, the i30 Fastback delivers a rewarding and stable car to drive and it is a comfortable vehicle over long distances.
The coupe's body lean is well-controlled when driving on winding country roads with the excellent suspension playing a part, and the steering delivers good feedback.
The spacious cabin, despite the sloping coupe roofline, offers decent legroom for those in the rear seats and the boot is a useful 450 litres.
The interior has been well-designed and is more impressive than many rivals.
Drivers get a 10.25-inch touchscreen with smartphone compatibility and satnav, and there's wireless smartphone charging too.
The single lease trim offering, the N Line, also offers 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic wipers and lights, privacy glass and a leather-trimmed steering wheel.
The i30 Fastback also has parking sensors, electric folding door mirrors and keyless entry.
There's also a rear-view camera, new body kit, sport seats and metal pedals.
The model was refreshed at the end of 2020 and features a new Bluelink telematics system to deliver GPS-based services including traffic information. The digital driver's display also impresses and there's a cloud-based routing system for the satnav to help find the quickest and easiest route.
While the i30 Fastback has not been tested by Euro NCAP, there is a lot of safety equipment to enjoy including autonomous emergency braking and lane-keep assist, with options of rear collision avoidance, lane-following assist and blind-spot warning.
However, the i30 sibling does have a maximum five-star rating for crash safety.
The benefits for choosing to lease the Hyundai i30 Fastback include the firm's unlimited-mileage or five-year warranty to bring peace of mind. Hyundai also adds annual health checks and five years of roadside assistance.
Essentially, the Hyundai i30 Fastback car lease offers a great handling coupe with lots of equipment to become a great family car and it is one to enjoy.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE HYUNDAI i30 FASTBACK
Why not have a look at the i30 Fastback on the official Hyundai company website? Or why not look at some of these similar car lease deals from First Vehicle Leasing: the Ford Focus, and Vauxhall Astra.