The Hyundai i30’s second generation was first presented during the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show and recently set foot on Australian soil, stepping up the pressure on its competitors. took one out for a spin to review the car’s driving dynamics and nifty features.


Engine Size: 1.6 Litre
Max. Power: 64 kW @ 6000rpm
Max. Torque: 216nm@ 4000rpm
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Consumption: 6.9 L/100km
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual banner

Some Key Features

  • Electric Parking Brake
  • Dual Climate Control
  • 7 inch Navigation System
  • Reverse Camera