2010 Hyundai i30 Range UK Pricing Announced

The British division of Hyundai announced that its i30 range, which will officially go on sale from January 4, received major updates for 2010, such as new engines and trim levels. Furthermore, Hyundai also introduced the Intelligent Stop & Go technology (ISG) as a special order option, bringing impressive tax and fuel savings to both private and company buyers, the carmaker says.

The new entry level is the Classic, available with the popular 1.4-litre petrol engine and a new 1.6-litre CRDi diesel with 90 horsepower. Both are fitted with features like ESP, air conditioning and electric front windows. The Classic 1.4 costs £12,000 (at the new higher 17.5 percent VAT rate) while the Classic 1.6 CRDi costs £12,950, reducing the price of the cheapest i30 diesel by £1,140.

The new Comfort model costs just £700 more than the Classic and adds electric rear windows, steering wheel audio controls and, new for 2010, a leather trimmed steering wheel and gear knob plus 16-inch alloy wheels. The Comfort is expected to be the biggest seller in the i30 range and is available with 1.4 and 1.6-litre petrol engines and a 115 horsepower 1.6-litre diesel. Both 1.6-litre engines are also available with an automatic gearbox.

The price of the range-topping Premium now makes it up to £1,200 cheaper than its predecessor. Available from £14,750, the Premium package still features a high specification such as 17-inch alloy wheels, reversing sensors and climate control. The full leather upholstery of the 2009 model year car is replaced by half leather trim, although full leather is still a £650 option, which still makes a 2010 Premium with full leather over £500 cheaper than before.
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