The South Korean based carmaker Hyundai has recently announced the availability of the all-new 2017 i30 in the United Kingdom, the model being revealed in full prices and specifications.
Once arriving in a couple of months, the customers will be able to choose between the entry-level variant which now costs £16,995, the mid-levels i30 SE available at £18,695 / SE Nav at £19,645, or the top of the lines i30 Premium / Premium SE, setting you back at £22,195 / £23,495. Each one comes with its own features and specs.
Starting with the entry-level i30, the variant is equipped with lots of goodies as standard, including LED daytime running lights and 15-inch alloy wheels at the exterior, while the interior is highlighted by DAB radio with USB and aux connections.
Other features also include Bluetooth with steering wheel controls, driver seat height adjustments, electric front and rear windows, adding a whole range of safety tweaks – Lane Departure Warning System, Forward Collision Warning System, Lane Keep Assist, Autonomous Emergency Braking or Hill Start Assist Control. In the engine department, the variant comes with 1.0-liter T-GDi with 120 horsepower.
The mid-level i30 SE adds 16-inch alloys and front fog lamps at the exterior. The interior is now available with the 5-inch LCD touchscreen, rear parking system and rear view camera and leather steering wheel, while the SE Nav is equipped with integrated satellite navigation with 8-inch LCD touchscreen. Both versions come with a 110 horsepower diesel mill.
Finally, the topper i30 Premium can be had with 17-inch alloy wheels with Michelin tires, dual zone climate control, heated front seats with leather and much more. On the other hand, the Premium SE features panoramic sunroof, heated steering wheel or leather seat facings.