The Hyundai i30 pricing confirmed 1

The Hyundai i30’s new prices have been released. The specification and plans for the new compact family car have been duly released ahead of its release in March 2012.

Since 2007, the Hyundai i30 has been one of the world’s most popular vehicles within it’s particular category.  The latest revamp is a great improvement upon the current model.

Tony Whitehorn – Why the car is so great

Tony Whitehorn, the Hyundai President explained just why the car is expected to do better than ever. He said “The new generation i30 represents another leap forward in terms of Hyundai’s design, refinement and build quality. Coupled with Hyundai’s generous standard specification along and industry leading back-up service and support in the form of the Five Year Triple Care assurance, the new generation i30 truly represents the complete package for customers looking for a high-quality vehicle at an affordable price.”

Equipment included

The new Hyundai i30 will include voice activated Bluetooth connectivity ability. A multi function steering wheel and stylish LED daytime running lights are also installed. Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors both with one touch indicators will be made available too.

Car’s safety

The car’s safety is a major selling point. With that in mind Hyundai have greatly improved the amount of equipment on the car. This includes a new stability management system, hill start assist control and an emergency stop signal system.

Four main trim levels

Four main trim levels will be included on the car. These include Classic, Active and Style Nav. Petrol or diesel engines will be made available. The latest 1.6 litre diesel emits just 100g of C02 per KM, making it the most economically friendly and fuel efficient vehicle available.

The Active trims see handy features such as cruise control, rear parking sensors and the all new dynamic “Flex Steer”. This intelligent piece of technology ensures that the car is able to drive in Comfort, Normal or Sport modes.

Pricing structure

The lowest price for the car will begin at £14,995 for the Classic 1.4 i30 100 BHP variant. The i30’s price is set to rise to £20,795 for the top end 1.6 CRDi 110 BHP Style Nav variant. Interested? Orders will begin during March of this year.

? It is sure to have plenty of tough competition. Will the Hyundai i30 prove to be a success on the UK car market