The i30 Fastback N is the second hot hatch to come from Hyundai’s high-performance arm. Following the i30 N five-door hatchback, this fastback model is… Read more →
Before today, the current Hyundai i30 (which has yet to appear in South Africa) came in two shapes: hatchback and stationwagon. But this new model,… Read more →
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View a CAR Special Report video of the recently-introduced Hyundai i30 compact hatchback.
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Hyundai will lift the wraps off a three-door version of its i30 C-segment hatch at this year’s Paris Motor Show.
Hyundai Motor Company has seen major sales and critical success in recent years, capped by the Elantra recently clinching the South African Car of the Year title. To add to its already strong portfolio, Hyundai has launched the new i30 hatchback in South Africa. CAR magazine was afforded the opportunity to review the new i30 at its local launch in the Cape Winelands.
Hyundai has just launched the distinctively styled new i30 on the South African market with prices ranging from R229 000 for the 1,6 GLS manual to R249 900 for the 1,8 GLS manual. The promotional video shows off some of the features and eye-catching design with which Hyundai hopes to capture sales from established favourites such as the VW Golf 6 and Ford Focus hatch.
Hyundai has launched its new i30 in South Africa. If the successes of its current models are anything to go by, we can only assume that this new Korean hatchback will shake up the market as it takes aim at the Volkswagen Golf, Ford Focus and Opel Astra.
The Hyunda i30 hatchback caused quite a stir when it was unveiled at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. Now the wagon version of this attractive Korean is headed to Geneva, and Hyundai has released official images ahead of time.