The 2021 Hyundai i30 Sedan proved that affordable small sedans don’t have to be boring, blending practicality and space with edgy styling. Now we get to spend some time with the sporty variant – the 2021 Hyundai i30 Sedan N Line.
There’s more to the strategy behind the 2021 Hyundai i30 sedan than simply a name change from the outgoing Elantra. It needs to be remembered, too, that the Elantra was a solid car in a segment that has waned a little of late, but shows signs of gaining momentum over the next few years.
The Hyundai i30N hot hatch has had a facelift. Behind the new nose is a more powerful engine and, for the first time, the option of an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Can the latest Focus hero defeat Hyundai's brilliant hot hatch? NOTE: We're aware of the '553Nm' slip. As epic as that would be, the i30 N of course offers 353Nm of torque. ...
Today, we’re drilling down on what we think is the pick of the bunch – the 2020 Hyundai i30 Elite. Priced from $28,040 before on-roads, it sits squarely in the middle of the six-variant range. For context, the next-step-up models are the Premium and the N Line pair.
Joshua Dowling is behind the wheel on closed roads in Hyundai's latest hot hatch at Targa Tasmania.
It's time. We've put the 10 most popular small cars together, priced between $30,000 and $40,000, to see which are most deserving of your attention.
Like the look of the Hyundai i30 N, but can't get the prospect of a manual hot-hatch through your other half? Hyundai has the perfect compromise. Paul Maric goes for a spin.
What Hyundai has with the i30 N Fastback is a very, very unique offering. You need to spend far more money and step up into an Audi S3 or Mercedes-Benz CLA to get another small performance sedan. There is a very good chance, then, that the fastback will actually outsell the hatch, for we feel it presents a classier and more distinctive choice over what is a rather crowded hot hatch market...
You told us you don't trust the traditional 'Car of the Year' format favoured by most publishers, and you wanted to know more about our own personal faves, objectivity be damned. Well, here it is. Get the full story right here. NOTE: This video was first published on December 18.
Like the wider range, the Hyundai i30 Premium petrol is practical, reasonable to run and has a five-year warranty, which is a handy boost over the three years of coverage offered by Subaru, Toyota and Volkswagen. Its only problem is the SR Premium. It's just $1790 more expensive and brings a 1.6-litre turbo engine, seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and a multi-link rear suspension to the table...