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Hyundai I30 Pricing and Specs

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The Hyundai i30 is available from $23,420 to $52,000 for the 2022 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 $23,420 for the I30 (base) and $52,000 for the top-spec I30 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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Year Price From Price To
2022 $23,420 $52,000
2021 $17,400 $54,670
2020 $14,400 $47,300
2019 $13,100 $45,320
2018 $11,900 $41,580
2017 $11,300 $28,160
2016 $10,600 $25,520
2015 $7,700 $22,770
2014 $6,200 $16,500
2013 $5,600 $15,180
2012 $4,700 $12,650
2011 $3,900 $9,460
2010 $3,400 $8,360
2009 $2,800 $7,150
2008 $2,300 $5,940
2007 $2,100 $5,390

Hyundai i30 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Hyundai i30 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Why is my 2020 Hyundai i30 misfiring?

    This sounds like a problem that should be easily solvable by having your Hyundai dealership electronically scan the car and interpreting the fault codes that result. This can’t be done by the side of the road or in your driveway, so I doesn’t surprise me that your road-service provider hasn’t had much success.

    Fundamentally, though, it’s simply not good enough for the dealership to continue to tell you it can’t find a problem. This is a brand-new car and it’s expected to perform faultlessly or, at the very least, to a standard that does not give your partner cause to refuse to drive it. The car is under warranty, so Hyundai is obliged to fix it. If you’re not happy with your dealership’s approach, I’d suggest calling Hyundai’s customer service department. Hyundai guards its reputation very closely in Australia, and isn’t likely to let a case like yours damage that.

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  • Does my 2012 Hyundai i30 petrol need a timing belt change at 100,000km?

    Petrol versions of the Hyundai i30 from this era have a rubber, toothed timing-belt. This is a clean, quiet running arrangement, but it does require replacement at 90,000km intervals. The advice is to change the tensioners, associated pulleys and the engine’s water pump at the same time as all these components wear out and are located in the same general area, making it a smart move to do all this work in one hit, rather than pull the engine apart a second time.

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  • Is there a radiation problem in 2016 Hyundai i30s?

    This one is a little beyond my pay-scale, to be honest. Medical advice from a car website is not something we’re prepared to indulge in. Damaging levels of radiation from a car are not something we've heard of, but to comment either way and potentially put somebody’s health in danger is not our place. The absolute best advice is to make certain the driver in question seeks proper medical treatment.

    If you think the car is at fault, you could have it scientifically tested to detect the presence of radiation, but it’s certainly sounds unlikely given the well-documented history of the motor-car. From where did your theory that the car is at fault come?

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