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Hyundai i30 N Line 2019 pricing and spec revealed

The new N Line variants are said to be inspired by and derived from the i30 N hot hatch.

Hyundai Australia has revealed pricing and spec for its 2019 i30 range, confirming that new N Line variants will replace SR models.

The new N-branded variants, first revealed globally in July, replace the SR and SR premium with the N Line and N Line Premium. Both will be exclusively powered by the i30’s 150kW/265Nm 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine. 

The N Line is available with either a six-speed manual gearbox ($26,490) or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic ($29,490) which both represent a $540 increase over their SR predecessors, while the N Line Premium ($34,990) is only available with the seven speed dual-clutch transmission and costs $1040 more than the SR Premium it replaces.

The N Line is said to be inspired by the i30N, and scores a new ‘more aggressive’ body kit and 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-exhaust, re-designed front seats as well as N Sport steering wheel and shift-lever.

Standard fitments include LED tail-lights, dual-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers, push-button start, Qi wireless phone charging, colour dash cluster and alloy-face pedals.

Even the standard N Line variant gets leather accented seats unlike the SR it replaces. Even the standard N Line variant gets leather accented seats unlike the SR it replaces.

The N Line also gets leather interior trim over the SR it replaces. Seven-speed automatic versions also gain rear-cooling vents, ‘deluxe’ centre console, electronic parking brake and active safety items including active cruise control, automatic emergency braking (AEB), driver attention warning and lane keep assist (LKAS).

Moving up to the N Line Premium adds front parking sensors, LED headlights, panoramic sunroof, ‘solar control’ glass, seven-speaker premium audio, heated and ventilated front seats, 10-way adjustable power seat for the driver, auto-dimming rear vision mirror, a power outlet in the luggage area and a subscription to Hyundai’s ‘Autolink Premium’ phone application.

The rest of the i30 range has been tweaked for 2019, with all variants losing rear fog lights, and some prices being tweaked across the board.

Adding the safety pack to the entry-level i30 Go now also adds power folding mirrors with LED indicators.

Hyundai i30 2019 price

 GoActiveN LineEliteN Line PremiumPremium
2.0 petrol six-speed manual$19,990$21,090--------
2.0 petrol six-speed auto$22,290$23,390--$27,790--$32,790
1.6 diesel six-speed manual$22,490$23,590--------
1.6 diesel seven-speed DCT$24,990$26,090--$30,490--$35,490
1.6 petrol six-speed manual----$26,490------
1.6 petrol seven-speed DCT----$29,490--$34,990--

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