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2013 Hyundai i30 Diesel Review

This car is definitely worth the look, if you are shopping around for a new vehicle. It is cost efficient, sleek, and comes with a few bells and whistles, as well as being comfortable and easy to handle with a few minor bugs. The 1.6 L Diesel will get you roughly 800 km to a tank of fuel with combined free way and city driving...

2009 Hyundai i30 Sx 1.6 CRDi Review

Just bought this car this week for only $7000 - amazing. Only 45k, brand new tyres, just serviced, couple of little marks externally and some stains internally which am still trying to remove, but overall looks and drives fantastic. The power of the car is unbelievable and the economy just leaves you speechless. Drove from gympie to brisbane and the fuel gauge didnt even move...

2010 Hyundai i30 Slx Review

I’m writing about my experience of owning a 2010 Hyundai i30 Hatch. After much research being done, the car was chosen as it had won multiple awards such as Car of the Year. After test driving the i30 we finally made a decision to purchase the 2.0 Automatic SLX (mid-range luxury model) which came with features such as auto climate control, fog lights and cruise control...

2013 Hyundai i30 Active Review

The decision to purchase the Hyundai i30 wasn't hard to make. A combination of price, features and quality make this one of the stand-out choices in the Australian new car market at the moment. Initial impressions of the i30 are quite good. When the original i30 came out in 2007, the styling was quite cutting edge (especially considering Hyundai’s previous bland attempts)...

2012 HYUNDAI i30 ELITE Review

Very impressive car and certainly better than new Corolla, Pulsar, Civic and Impreza. Probably lacks the steering of the Mazda 3, but it's very refined in whatever does and I don't notice it. I probably am not very happy with the way it absorbs large bumps, but that's about it really. Maybe a set of Brisgstone Turanzas will go a long way (it certainly did on another car I own with a similar firm ride)...

2011 HYUNDAI i30 cw SX 1.6 CRDi Review

Having driven wife's 2010 diesel 5 spd manual hatch I waited for 2011 wagon upgrade with 6 spd manual and bluetooth. Excellent family car, we fit 2 adult kids and a large dog and tow a cage trailer. Great economy, very well appointed for the base model and super reliable. Comfy on long trip and surprisingly good to drive. Gutsy for a 1...

2012 HYUNDAI i30 ACTIVE 1.6 CRDi Review

Overall quality of the vehicle is good to excellent. Arm rest between driver and passenger is rather cheap. Needs to be more solid and placed in a manner that can be used for both pax and driver. Would be good to have a Toyota Corolla type fix as the one mounted now seems to be an add on rather than something projected from the start...

2012 HYUNDAI i30 ACTIVE Review

I bought a GD petrol i30 Active auto and have travelled about 2000km. I have kept a record of km covered and litres used. The pump fuel comsumption however, does not equate to the figures the trip computer gives out. I fill up when the mileage to empty gets down to 50km or less and reset the computer at each fuel refill...

2012 HYUNDAI i30 cw SX 1.6 CRDi Review

The manual diesel i30 wagon with cruise control was a little rare according to the dealer but worth the wait. With a 6 speed 'box and a turbo diesel, the wagon surprises me everyday with its combination of oomph and economy. The interior space is also unexpectedly roomy for such a small wagon..

2010 HYUNDAI i30 cw SX 1.6 CRDi Review

By now, I think most people would agree that Hyundai produced a winner with the i30 range. I’d never considered buying a Hyundai and it took a whole swag of awards to convince me to take a look. Convincing my wife was another challenge altogether! With our first child on the way, the ‘family wagon’ was required and our list had consisted of the Mazda 6, Ford Mondeo and Mitsubishi Outlander...