Used Hyundai i30 Cars For Sale
The Hyundai i30 was first launched in 2007 and remains a popular choice, measuring well against competing models like the Ford Focus and VW Golf. A family car with a stylish exterior, the i30 is not only practical but boasts sporty styling and an extra long 5-year warranty. Looking for the perfect Hyundai i30? Browse well-priced used models from our dealers below.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £215.73, with a Final Payment of £216.73, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,994.80. Total Cost of Credit £3,945.80. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 11.20%. Representative APR 11.20%.
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How Much is a Hyundai i30?
If you choose to shop for a new Hyundai i30, you can expect to pay upwards of £16,575, with the highest trim level costing from £19,075. For a used i30, you could save money, with prices sometimes as low as £1,995.
What Insurance Group is the Hyundai i30 in?
For the most basic Hyundai i30 models, insurance starts at group 8. However, insurance costs can vary a lot between trim levels so keep this in mind when you're choosing your car. The top-spec i30N Performance model, for instance, sits way up in group 28.
What's the Hyundai i30's Max Speed?
The Hyundai i30 is a comfortable ride, well-suited for commuters and long journeys. As a family car primarily, speed might not be a top factor for you. Nevertheless, the 1.0L model can achieve a max speed of 118mph, or 130mph for the larger 2.0L model.
What's the Hyundai i30's Fuel Economy Like?
All Hyundai i30 models are quite reasonable when it comes to running costs and fuel efficiency. The 118bhp 1.0-litre turbo petrol returns 49.6mpg and emits 130g/km of CO2, while the larger 1.6L diesel can return up to 60.1mpg.
What's the Hyundai i30's Road Tax?
In general, the Hyundai i30 sits at the UK's average road tax price of £150 annually. If you opt for a new i30 you can expect to pay a slightly higher premium of £215 for the first year.