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Hyundai i30 Pricing and Specs

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$24,000*
Hyundai i30
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CarsGuide has published 70 expert reviews of the Hyundai i30. It has an average rating of 7.8 out of 10. Read all the reviews here.

The Hyundai i30 is available from $24,000 to $54,000 for the 2024 range of models in Hatchback and Sedan body types.

The car that transformed Hyundai into one of Australia's top-selling manufacturers when it first launched in 2007, the perennially keenly priced and well-equipped i30 has flirted several times with the mantle of the country's most popular vehicle. The first two generations boasted sharp European styling, a quality-feel interior and a choice of petrol or diesel engines, and the i30 is equally at home on a private buyer's driveway as it is on a company fleet.

Priced range from $24,000 for the and $54,000 for the top-spec N Premium With Sunroof, the hatch only (the sedan version is called the Elantra) i30 has its ride and suspension is tuned locally to better suit Australian road conditions, and offers varying levels of performance depending on your budget.

This vehicle is also known as Hyundai Elantra GT.

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Hyundai i30 FAQs

Could an electrical fault with my GPS and bluetooth affect the reversing camera?

Glad to hear you've had such a great run with your car. I understand what a great safety device a reverse camera is, and if it was standard fitment in your car when it was new, it could very well be a roadworthy item if it's not working. However, I wouldn't be too worried as the GPS and bluetooth functions should not be related to the reverse camera or the cruise-control.


If the reverse camera screen ever went on the blink, you could fairly cheaply add a replacement aftermarket unit which would also restore your Bluetooth and possibly even your GPS functions.

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Could an electrical fault with my GPS and bluetooth affect the reversing camera?

Glad to hear you've had such a great run with your car. I understand what a great safety device a reverse camera is, and if it was standard fitment in your car when it was new, it could very well be a roadworthy item if it's not working. However, I wouldn't be too worried as the GPS and bluetooth functions should not be related to the reverse camera or the cruise-control.


If the reverse camera screen ever went on the blink, you could fairly cheaply add a replacement aftermarket unit which would also restore your Bluetooth and possibly even your GPS functions.

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Oil consumption problem with a 2017 Hyundai i30

Hyundai has had a few problems over the years with some of its engines developing piston slap, scoring cylinder bores and consuming excess oil. The later engine fitted to your car should be better, but it seems perhaps the problem is still occurring in some cars.


The reality is that two litres of engine consumed over just 1200km is way beyond the pale. I would be contacting Hyundai Australia's customer service division to see what can be done. The company's response will have a lot to do with how many kilometres the car has covered and whether its service history is complete. But in my experience, Hyundai takes its responsibilities in this area very seriously.

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* Price is the median price of 117 listings for the i30 for sale in the last 6 months. The Price excludes costs such as stamp duty, other government charges and options.

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