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The best car Hyundai has ever made is in serious contention to be the king of hot hatches. Meet the Hyundai i30 N.
The all-new Hyundai i30 N might just shake up the entire hot-hatch segment when it lands. It's an extraordinary first-time effort that could prove too good to refuse.
There's little doubt the small car segment is one of the most hotly contested. But what if you need something sporty, yet not outrageously expensive? The 2017 Hyundai i30 SR might be your solution.
The entry-level Hyundai i30 Active offers a sharp value proposition. This car should finally erase memories of the company's past "cheap and cheerful" image.
The Hyundai i30 Elite has a point of difference in the form of a standard diesel engine. It's the comfortable and frugal Jekyll to the identically-priced i30 SR's performance-focused Hyde.
The 2017 Hyundai i30 SR Premium gives you 150kW of power and a load of standard features that belie its modest $34k price. It begs the question: how much hot hatch do you really need?
Development of the 2018 Hyundai i30 N isn't just a tremendous effort, it's bloody brilliant.
The 2017 Hyundai i30 SR range brings a 150kW turbo engine, IRS and impressive local suspension tuning to the table at an entry point of $26k plus on-roads. The Mazda 3 SP25 has some stiff competition here...
The 2017 Hyundai i30 is a more appealing entry level small car than the Mazda 3 or Toyota Corolla, but can the higher grades step up to the plate as well? Here are our first impressions on Australian roads.
The third-generation Hyundai i30 is bigger and loaded with more tech than ever before. Does this Korean hatch have the goods to take on the Corolla and Mazda 3?