Hyundai i30 2011: Hyundai Motor Company is planning to launch its premium hatchback model Hyundai i30 in India. Hyundai i30 is the latest C segment five-door hatchback car which is designed by Hyundai European team in Germany. In India Hyundai i30 will be available with both petrol and diesel engine option. However, Hyundai i30 price is not announced by the Hyundai but it is expected that it will place parallely with Hyundai Accent Executive. This car is very similar to the Kia Cee’d, although they do have separate styling both inside and out. Hyundai owns Kia, but it was Kia that got its new Focus-class model out first, though both offer very similar packages with their contemporary styling, generous equipment and general convenience. The Kia, however, comes with a seven-year warranty, and some may prefer its styling too. The i30 is a major new model for Hyundai, which has not had an offering in this very popular part of the market for some years, and certainly not one as competitive as this. Of particular note are the standard fitment of electronic stability control, six airbags, anti-whiplash front head restraints and seatbelt warning lights for all five occupants. The i30 is also roomier than average for this class, particularly in the rear. Further plus points include an attractive interior whose controls are mostly easy to find and use, and handling, ride and roadholding that are just as good as most hatches in the class – VW Golf and Ford Focus aside.
Hyundai i30 2011 also features: The i30 makes quite a pleasant place to sit too, especially compared to past Hyundais. The quality of the fittings is a huge step forward, but the buttons aren’t as intuitive as they could be. Overall the cabin looks modern and tasteful. The seats are supportive too, and the driver’s is height adjustable. All of which makes this a very attractive buy – especially if the warranty appeals – and the price is right. But bear in mind that apparently more expensive – and better – models like the Ford Focus, VW Golf and Vauxhall Astra might be almost as attractive in price terms after you have negotiated a discount, and the i30 may not hold its value as well as these cars either. Nevertheless, it marks a major step forward for Hyundai, and the 1.6 diesel in particular should be on your shortlist if you’re considering buying a small family hatchback.
Hyundai i30 2011 Price in India: (Price of Hyundai i30 has not declared yet.)
Hyundai i30 2011 Price in USA: Not Available.