Australia's most popular vehicle, the Hyundai i30, is a spacious small car that offers an above average warranty and an impressive list of standard features.
The new 2016 Hyundai i30 SR doesn't just get a facelift, it also gets extra standard features that aim to make a good thing even better...
The Hyundai i30 has been Australia's best selling passenger car for three months in a row. The new generation is just around the corner so what is it that makes it so popular?
It's the first turbocharged i30 that Hyundai has ever mass produced - just don't expect a proper hot hatch. That's going to have to wait for the N Performance version late 2016.
Spent the weekend taking care of the usual domestic duties. Headed to a busy shopping centre, visited some family and did a lot of running around.
How does the 2015 update to Hyundai's i30 small car stack up - Tim finds out.
The 2015 Hyundai i30 Series II improves the South Korean brand's small hatchback by building on an already impressive package.
In a segment where competition is rife, car companies like Hyundai are continuously forced to innovate and excel. Does the i30 still have what it takes to compete?
Almost anyone can throw on a pair of gym shorts and runners and look reasonably sporting in the checkout line at Coles, and the same is true with cars – the addition of alloy wheels, a spoiler and foglights can suddenly make your small hatchback look at least a bit athletic. As ever, though, it's the muscles beneath the clothes that counts...
Sleek coupe styling with loads of kit and a $19,990 driveaway price tag makes this entry-level i30 very appealing.
The new i30 SR gets a bigger engine, more grunt and improved ride and handling for what is a rewarding drive.