The Hyundai i30 is considered to be a real hit by Hyundai. After all, they wouldn’t unveil the Hyundai i30 Trophy edition for the Australian market if this wasn’t the case right? Released in two versions, as a hatchback and a wagon, the i30 Trophy is adding more features on it’s base model, the i30 SX.
On the exterior we see features like the 16-inch alloy wheels in a gray shade, a rear spoiler (but only on the hatch model) and well as the Trophy badging and restyled fog lamps. On the interior, features like cruise control, a leather steering wheel and gear knob grabs our attention.
Both car versions have been designed with safety in mind, offering features like six airbags, Electronic Stability Control, Anti-skid Braking System, Traction Control System, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution and the Hyundai Active Locking Operation. We don’t think there would be a surprise of the Hyundai i30 will get a five star safety rating in the near future. There is a wide range of standard features on the i30 like the keyless entry, air conditioning, iPod and USB connectivity, power windows.
Coming in four color variants, Shine Red, Ceramic White, Hyper Silver and Vivid Blue, the Hyundai i30 Trophy is priced at $21,490 for the 2-litre petrol version with a five-speed gearbox and the hatch equivalent at $22,990.