Hyundai released official pricing details for the new i30 model in the United Kingdom. The South Korean model will go on sale this week with a starting price of £15,195. The base model is a five-door hatch fitted with a 1.4-liter powerplant.
With a total output of 100 horsepower and a standard manual transmission, it promises decent performance and good fuel consumption. Next up is a 1.6-liter 120 hp version which starts from £16,895 if you opt for the manual transmission (wagon body style only) or £17,895 for the hatchback variant but fitted with a new seven-speed automatic gearbox.
The entry-level diesel is a 1.6-liter engine producing 110 hp or 136 hp. It can be fitted with the same seven-speed dual clutch gearbox but prices will increase.
If the manual variants start at £17,195 (110 hp) and £22,295 (136 hp), the automatic gearbox adds £2,500 or £1,300 to the price tag. Moreover, there’s a sportier Turbo model too. “For the first time, Hyundai is launching the dynamic i30 Turbo featuring a 1.6-litre turbocharged engine, which delivers 186PS and a 0-60 time of eight seconds.”
If you want to order the new Hyundai i30 facelift in the UK, you will be able to do that starting this Thursday.