2018 Hyundai i30 specs and pricing

Hyundai have finally released pricing and specs for their forth new i30 looking at the specs it’s definately going to shake up the small car market.

  • New i30 pricing starts at $20,950* for the Active model
  • i30 Active includes $2,000-worth of additional equipment and features for a $500 price reduction
  • Fully-integrated Satellite Navigation system with 8” touch screen display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility standard across all i30s, including the entry-level Active
  • New i30 offers outstanding appeal and value across the range, with desirable new features in every model grade

20th April 2017 – Hyundai Motor Company Australia today announces pricing and specifications for the new i30, which will go on sale in Australia later this month.

The entry-level i30 Active manual will start at $20,950*, $500 less than the outgoing model it replaces.

A $500 price reduction has been applied despite the addition of approximately $2,000-worth of extra standard features to the new car compared with the old, including a fully integrated satellite navigation system with 8” touch screen display, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility and DAB+ digital radio, and a 2.0-litre GDi direct-injection engine developing 13kW more power and 28Nm more torque than the 1.8-litre MPi engine it replaces.

Other additions to the new i30 Active specification over the outgoing GD Active include 16” alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, automatic headlights, hill-start assist and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

“We have built outstanding quality and value into the new i30, not just at the entry level but across the range,” said Hyundai Motor Company Australia Chief Executive Officer, Mr JW Lee.

“Quality is what buyers demand and expect, and it is inherent in the new i30, its refinement, comfort, handling, performance, safety and practicality. In all of these respects, along with its superb design, we believe the new Hyundai i30 is competitive with the very best in the class from a product perspective, while simultaneously extending Hyundai’s value leadership.”

New i30: Outstanding Features across the Range
In addition to the entry-level Active, the new Hyundai i30 will come in two comfort and two sports trim grades (see table below). All offer outstanding specifications against the very best in the small car segment.

The smooth and torquey 1.6 CRDi turbo-diesel engine – 100kW/300Nm in Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) form, 100kw/280Nm as a manual – is available in three trim grades, while SR models are now fitted with the upgraded 1.6-litre T-GDi turbo engine shared with the Elantra SR Turbo, developing 150kW and 265Nm.

The entry point for this responsive turbocharged engine is the SR manual, priced at $25,950. The DCT-equipped model is $28,950, with the top-of-the range SR Premium (DCT only) priced at $33,950.

In SR trim, the new i30 offers around $5,000-worth of new features compared with the outgoing SR, for a price uplift of only $100 for the DCT variant, while in SR Premium trim, approximately $5,000-worth of features have again been added for a $400 uplift (refer to Customer Value table below).

Specification additions for the new i30 comfort and sports trims include wireless phone charging, new-design 17” and 18” wheels, dual exhaust tips, LED headlights, multi-link rear suspension in SR models and Hyundai’s SmartSense safety and alert system, which incorporates Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), smart cruise control, blind spot detection, rear cross traffic alert and Lane Keeping Assist (refer to Specification Overview table below for further details).

An optional Safety Pack, including AEB and other SmartSense features, will be made available on the i30 Active by the end of 2017. Pricing for the Active’s safety pack, along with further i30 specification details, will be announced at the vehicle’s national media launch in early May.

The new i30 is equipped with seven airbags and has achieved a maximum 5-star ANCAP safety rating.

“We are immensely proud of the work our engineers and designers have done to create this car,” Mr JW Lee continued. “Through outstanding customer support, Hyundai will enhance the new i30’s ownership proposition even further, with a 5-year unlimited kilometre warranty, 10-year free map update plan for the satellite navigation system, a superb-value Lifetime Service Plan and outstanding roadside support.

“We feel confident this car will compete well with the best in the class and will appeal strongly to all Australian small car buyers.”

Outstanding Customer Value
With a significant increase in standard specifications on all grades, whilst retaining similar MLP price-points, the new i30 range delivers considerably improved customer value.

New i30: Pricing

Engine

Transmission

Active

SR

SR Premium

Elite

Premium

2.0 GDi

6-Manual

$20,950

6-Automatic

$23,250

1.6 CRDi

6-Manual

$23,450

7-DCT

$25,950

$28,950

$33,950

1.6 T-GDi

6-Manual

$25,950

7-DCT

$28,950

$33,950

*Note: All prices are Manufacturer’s List Prices. Price excludes dealer delivery and on-road costs.

Option pricing

Active

SR

SR Premium

Elite

Premium

Metallic/mica paint

$495

$495

$495

$495

$495

Beige interior

$295

$295

Panoramic sunroof

$2,000

$2,000

*Note: All prices are Manufacturer’s List Prices. Price excludes dealer delivery and on-road costs.

Hyundai iCare – Now with a 10 year Sat Nav Update Plan for i30 customers
With Hyundai iCare, the joy of buying a Hyundai will stretch well beyond the showroom. This leading customer care program offers a comprehensive suite of owner benefits including; Lifetime Service Plan, 5 Year Unlimited Km Warranty, complimentary Roadside Assist for 12 months on new vehicles, 1,500km complimentary first service, a dedicated Customer Care Centre, and myHyundai – an exclusive owner website. When servicing with Hyundai, customers will also receive a 10 Year Sat Nav Update Plan, a Roadside Support Plan for up to 10 years and more.

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