Hyundai has given it’s i30 a few minor updates.
They have added a start-stop system to the range. It is an option on all manual models, costing around 325 USD. Hyundai claims it improves fuel consumption by 10% in the hatchback and 14% in the estate.
They have also added a new entry-level model. It is called the i30 Classic. It will cost just under 20,000 USD when equipped with a 1.4L gasoline engine and about 21,000 USD with the 1.6L diesel. Some of the standard bits include stability control, air-con and electric front windows.
This new range is available to order now, and deliveries will begin January 4th.