2012 Hyundai i30 Australia Pricing Announced

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Hyundai has launched the new i30 hatchback in Australia, a model that’s now at it’s second generation there, after the last one arrived in 2007. The engine range in the Land Down Under is limited to just the 1.8-liter petrol and 1.6-liter diesel in manual and automatic configurations, both with six gears.
There are a total of three trim levels available on the new i30 - Active, Elite and Premium. The base car comes with Flex Steer system with selectable steering modes (Comfort, Normal and Sport), 16-inch steel wheels, fog lights and Bluetooth.

The Elite gets automatic lights, push button start, a seven-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation and keyless entry.

The range-topping Premium comes with 17-inch alloys, xenon headlights, panoramic sunroof, electronic park brake, full leather interior.

2012 Hyundai i30 Australia pricing:

• Active 1.8 petrol manual – $20,990
• Active 1.8 petrol automatic – $22,990
• Active 1.6 diesel manual – $23,590
• Active 1.6 diesel automatic – $25,590
• Elite 1.8 petrol manual – $24,590
• Elite 1.8 petrol automatic – $26,590
• Elite 1.6 diesel manual – $27,190
• Elite 1.6 diesel automatic – $29,190
• Premium 1.8 petrol automatic – $29,990
• Premium 1.6 diesel automatic – $32,590
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