Hyundai i30 Lease Deals
Hyundai i30 Top Features
Easy to drive and live with.
A plush and comfortable ride.
Good equipment levels.
Why Lease A Hyundai i30 With Vanarama?
The Benefits Of Driving A Hyundai i30A Hyundai i30 makes a lot of sense if you value equipment, comfort and ease of use. Hatchback, Fastback and Tourer (estate) models are available, and Hyundai offers a bespoke high-performance model called the i30 N as well.Many versions are also available with a choice of petrol or diesel engine. There’s a Hyundai to suit most tastes in the i30 range. Read our in-depth Hyundai i30 review to see what our car experts thought of this stylish and practical hatchback.
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does The Hyundai i30 Drive?
A car such as the Hyundai i30 needs to be practical, to ensure that it’s not a chore to live with. The good news is that the front of the cabin especially offers up plenty of space. A Golf is a bit more accommodating, so this could swing your decision if you regularly need to carry passengers in the back.
There are plenty of storage points throughout the i30’s cabin, so you won’t struggle for a spot to land your phone or drinks bottles. The i30 Hatchback’s boot also offers up a competitive amount of storage, too – and features split-folding rear seats as standard, aiding its flexibility. The Fastback and Tourer offer up even more space, which could prove ideal for some.
Hyundai claims that the entry-level i30 Hatchback with the 1.0 T-GDi petrol engine can average up to 61.4mpg. The more powerful and flexible 1.6 CRDi diesel engine can average up to 60.1mpg, too, but the economy figures do vary with specification and body style. The standard Fastback is offered with a punchy 1.5 T-GDi petrol engine, for example, which averages a best of 47.1mpg when coupled to a dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The i30 N is a thirstier car, but that’s the usual with cars that are much quicker. It also sounds great. If you’re looking for performance, the drop in efficiency is more than worth it.
Hyundai i30 HatchbackThis variant of the Hyundai i30 is a conventional 5-door, 5-seat hatchback. All versions are front-wheel drive but you can pick from petrol or diesel models. Manual gearbox and dual-clutch automatic versions are also offered.
Hyundai i30 TourerThe Tourer is the estate variant of the i30. It offers more storage space and is more versatile than the standard Hatchback model, so it’s ideal if you regularly need to carry more equipment or luggage. Again, both petrol and diesel versions are available.
Hyundai i30 FastbackThe Fastback is a sleek and stylish variant of the i30. It’s ideal if you’re looking for something that’ll stand out a bit more. There’s only 1 trim level for normal i30 Fastbacks, though, and only 1 petrol engine option.
Hyundai i30 NThe i30 N is a standalone high-performance model of the i30 and it is offered in either Hatchback or Fastback body styles. It’s powerful, great fun to drive and very well equipped.
The Hyundai i30 Vs Competitors
Hyundai has a very good reputation for reliability and every one of its new cars comes with a 5-year, unlimited-mileage warranty as standard. There’s very little to worry about as a result.
The i30 Hatchback offers 395 litres of boot space with the rear seats up and 1,301 with the rear seats down. The Tourer serves up 602 litres and 1,650 litres respectively, while the Fastback clocks in at 450 litres and 1,351 litres. The high-performance i30 N models, however, have slightly smaller boots than their regular counterparts.
The base-spec Hatchback model is the SE Connect, and N Line and Premium models are also available. The Tourer is offered in SE Connect and Premium grades, while the normal Fastback is only offered as an N Line.
The i30 N models are only available in N Performance trim and the Tourer is not part of the high-performance offering.
The i30 Hatchback comes with rear parking sensors, and a reversing and guidance camera at the rear as standard. Some variants also include front parking sensors, too.
Hyundai’s i30 has a roomy front cabin but the rear isn’t as spacious as alternatives such as a VW Golf. There are plenty of storage points, however, and the boot is big and easily accessed.
It might not have the driver appeal or cachet of many a competitor, but the i30 compensates by being well equipped, easy to live with and straightforward to drive.
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