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Hyundai i30 Coming Soon to India

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Hyundai i30 has a lot going for it. The car is a complete package with a good mix of features, looks, and all for an affordable price. Surely you cannot ignore the Hyundai i30. The i30 is spacious, has a well-finished cabin and is nothing short of best in class for quality. It also comes in a diesel engine which is quite frugal and yet very smooth. The car is also good on the ride and even the base variant is quite generous with more than decent specifications. Hyundai goes one better with the i30 by adding surprisingly tidy styling to this mechanically sorted package.

The Hyundai i30 comes with a 99bhp 1.4-litre petrol engine which is not for your adrenaline kicks but it still handles the way you want it to. The diesel is a winner hands down. Be it the 1.4 engine with 89bhp or the 1.6 with 109bhp or 126bhp, the i30 surely is packed with a punch. The car comes with a standard gearbox of six-speed manual gears and an automatic paired with a 1.6-litre 118bhp petrol and the 109bhp diesel. It has impressive punch, particularly when pulling out of junctions. The five speed manual gives the car an impressive turn of speed and the driver plenty of control.

The interior design of the i30 impresses too, with its stylish, logically laid out dashboard. The whole car feels strong and solid. The doors close snugly and the interior mouldings fit together beautifully. Hyundai’s ‘Fluid Motion’ design makes the new i30 look more up market, while the range is divided into four trim levels, starting with Classic. Infact the new generation i30 has recently been named ‘Car of the Year’ for 2012 by leading car review website Car Buyer.

Some of the features of the i30 include the longest wheelbase, legroom and comfort, boot space, plenty of storage spaces, air-conditioned glove box, aluminum alloy wheels, ESP with traction control, iPod/MP3 connection plus USB port, heated mirrors, a CD player, air conditioning, stereo controls on the steering wheel, front fog lights and four electric windows. The Style version adds leather to the steering wheel, seat edging and front centre armrest, plus 16" rather than 15" alloys and a tyre-pressure monitor. The high end Premium model includes 17" wheels, reversing sensors, automatic air conditioning, electrically folding door mirrors, an electro-chromatic interior mirror, and full leather trimmed seating that is heated in the front.

Hyundai modified the i30 to improve the protection of the driver's knees and femurs. Other safety features of the Hyundai i30 include six airbags; traction control and electronic stability programme are fitted as standard. It also includes seatbelt warning system that lights up when the driver or passenger isn’t strapped in. In the Euro NCAP crash test programmeFree Reprint Articles, the i30 was awarded four stars for passenger protection. The i30 is a remarkably savvy small car and quite probably the Korean company's best vehicle to date. So if anyone in the market is looking for a new small-family car should take a close look at the new Hyundai i30.

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