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New Hyundai i30 spy photos

Hyundai reinvented itself with the launch of the i30 back in 2007 and is now looking to do it all over again with the new one. It has been four years since the model was introduced, meaning an all-new replacement is due in the near future. These photos taken yesterday show the a next-generation Hyundai i30 prototype undergoing tests as part of its development phase...

New Hyundai i30 Spy Photos

Update: Some sources suggest this may be a KIA, to be confirmed. With sister company Kia designing one beautiful car after another, Hyundai is now in the process of revising its successful lineup. Starting with the ever so popular Hyundai i30. Although it's impossible for us to officially confirm these photos as being of the new i30, given its size we suspect that it's the model's replacement...

Diesel Comparison: Ford Focus vs Hyundai i30 vs Mazda3 vs Peugeot 308

Ford Focus TDCi vs Hyundai i30 SLX CRDi vs Mazda3 MZR-CD vs Peugeot 308 1.6 XS HDi Model overview   Ford Focus TDCi hatch six-speed sequential - $29,790 Hyundai i30 SLX CRDi hatch four-speed automatic - $28,390 Mazda3 MZR-CD hatch six-speed manual - $29,230 Peugeot 308 1...

2010 Hyundai i30 Trophy special edition

To celebrate the success of the Hyundai i30, Hyundai has just launched this Hyundai i30 Trophy edition based on the 2.0-litre petrol SX models in both five-door hatch and wagon layout. The package sees the addition of new 16 inch alloy wheels, cruise control, a rear spoiler (for the hatch model only), and a leather steering wheel with matching gear knob...

Hyundai i30 claims another rally victory

Hyundai’s 1.6-litre i30 CRDi is becoming something of a ‘giant killer’ in the rally scene in Australia, with yet another class win, this time, in the P4-Class in the International Rally of Queensland...

Hyundai i30 wins NRMA's 'Cost of Ownership' award

The 2010 NRMA Motoring and Services 'Cost of Ownership' report has been released and Hyundai's award winning i30 SX CRDi turbo diesel manual once again is confirmed outright winner for the popular small car category. The Hyundai i30 SX CRDi turbo diesel achieved the lowest fuel costs of just $19.82 per week, the lowest overall for the survey across all categories...

Hyundai i30 CRDi scores wins in the Australian Rally Championship

After hard fought success in this year’s Targa Tasmania, Hyundai’s Genuine Parts & Accessories sponsored 1.6 litre i30 CRDi Team Hyundai Rallye car has notched up a string of wins in the latest round of the ARC championship in South Australia’s Barossa wine growing region...

Hyundai i30 at Targa Tasmania - Video

A few months ago CarAdvice's Anthony Crawford got in the navigator's seat of a Hyundai i30 diesel at Australia's premiere tarmac rally, the 2010 Targa Tasmania. You can read the written story here. However, while we were in Launceston we recorded some footage of his experience. The hardest part of the journey was making sure Anthony doesn't get car sick! Enjoy:...

Hyundai i30 CRDi beats four Mitsubishi EVO’s in Targa Tasmania

As the least powerful and most fuel efficient car in this year’s Targa Tasmania, finishing 11th in class against Mitsubishi Evolutions and V8 powered Holden Commodores, is as good as a podium finish for the drivers and crew of Hyundai’s successful Targa team this year...

Hyundai i30 diesel Targa Tasmania 2010 in-car footage

Our own Anthony Crawford took the navigator's seat of the race-prepped Hyundai i30 CRDi for day one, stage one, of the 2010 Targa Tasmania earlier this week. In treacherous conditions the little Hyundai i30 was quickly passing competitors who had overestimated their own ability and spun off the slick roads - even clocking speeds of over 200km/h on some of the straights...

2010 Hyundai i30 SX hatch adds 1.6-litre petrol engine

Hyundai’s push to make the Hyundai i30 Australia’s most popular car has been strengthened by the addition of a smaller, more fuel efficient petrol engine to the range. The 1.6-litre four-cylinder unit will power the entry-level SX hatch, punching out 89kW and 153Nm (compared with the 2.0-litre petrol’s 105kW/186Nm and the 1.6-litre diesel’s 85kW/255Nm)...