Monday, 25 April 2016

Reviewing the Hyundai i30

Financing a car would be a lot simpler with prior reviews, so check the i30 out.

The Car
The i30 is a good bargain for a family hatchback with pretty impressive running costs with a diesel engine that can reach 78mpg that could slate up to 126bhp. The i30 comes with technological advances like Bluetooth and LED day lights and safety features like 6 airbags and anti-lock braking system. Those are some features qualifying it for a 5-star ANCAP rating.

The Drive
The suspension is decent for a family hatchback so driving over humps is not a problem as well as cutting corners with the FlexSteer system.

The Interior
The interior feels more upmarket with well-spaced out dashboard buttons and abundant storage spaces. Seats are comfortable with plenty of room for everyone, including a generous boot. The i30 is smaller but it can expand from 378 litres to an entire 1316 litres with the help of foldable seats.

Its petrol engine isn’t the most efficient but the inexpensive cash upfront compensates that fact. Talk to a finance company on this great deal.

Reviewing the Hyundai i30