The Hyundai i30 Tourer will be available with both a petrol and diesel engine in the entry-level Active trim, with six-speed manual and automatic transmission options, while the mid-spec Elite trim is offered exclusively in diesel auto form.
The i30 Tourer’s 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine produces 99kW of power and 164Nm of torque – 11kW/14Nm less than the hatch’s standard 1.8-litre petrol engine.
The Tourer’s 94kW/260Nm 1.6-litre four-cylinder diesel engine is identical to the one found in the i30 hatch.
Hyundai Australia says equipment levels of the i30 Tourer will be similar, but not identical, to the equivalent hatchbacks, with full specifications to be revealed closer to the car’s launch.
The Hyundai i30 Tourer shares the five-door’s 2650mm wheelbase but is 185mm longer overall. Its 528-litre boot is 150 litres larger than that of the hatch, and expands to 1642 litres with the rear seats folded flat, giving it a 326-litre advantage over the five-door.
The first-generation Hyundai i30cw wagon accounted for 20 per cent of total i30 sales across the model's lifecycle, and Hyundai Australia expects the second-gen model to hold strong appeal to both private and business buyers.
Hyundai i30 manufacturer’s list prices:
- Active petrol manual hatch – $20,990
- Active petrol automatic hatch – $22,990
- Active petrol manual Tourer – $22,990
- Active petrol automatic Tourer – $24,990
- Active diesel manual hatch – $23,590
- Active diesel automatic hatch – $25,590
- Active diesel manual Tourer – $25,590
- Active diesel automatic Tourer – $27,590
- Elite petrol manual hatch – $24,590
- Elite petrol automatic hatch – $26,590
- Elite diesel manual hatch – $27,190
- Elite diesel automatic hatch – $29,190
- Elite diesel automatic Tourer – $31,190
- Premium petrol automatic hatch – $29,990
- Premium diesel automatic hatch – $32,590