Hyundai I30 2016 Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Hyundai I30 2016 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Is there a radiation problem in 2016 Hyundai i30s?

Answered by CarsGuide 3 Mar 2021

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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Hyundai i30 2016: How much can I sell it for?

Answered by CarsGuide 2 Nov 2018

As a ballpark figure you could ask $14,000-$16,000.

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Hyundai i30 or Hyundai Accent: Which is the best first car?

Answered by CarsGuide 15 Jun 2018

Either one would fill the bill for you, the Accent being newer is likely to last a little longer, but if you really like the i30 then go for it.

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Hyundai i30 2016: Problems with the auto transmission

Answered by CarsGuide 24 Nov 2017

Were you able to demonstrate the problem to the dealer? If not go back and do that, so that they know what it is you are unhappy about. That way they might be better equipped to fix it. It could be a problem with the calibration of the computer controlling the transmission, or it could be an internal problem with a clutch or the oil pressure within the transmission.

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Hyundai i30: Radio not covered by warranty

Answered by CarsGuide 5 Sep 2016

I was shocked to hear this and then have it confirmed by Hyundai Australia. CarsGuide believes the five-year warranty should cover the radio, since there is none of the "wear and tear" that affects tyres and brakes, even if it is detailed in the Hyundai Service Passport together with two years/40,000km for the battery. So, instead of The Tick, Hyundai gets The Kick from Roadside Assist.

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i20 condensation in glovebox

Answered by CarsGuide 26 Aug 2016

Great advice and not something I knew.

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Hyundai i30 or Kia Cerato: Which should I buy?

Answered by CarsGuide 13 Jun 2016

The run-out Cerato is a terrific deal and definitely the value pick. The 2.0-litre update is good but probably not a big deal for a budget buyer, although I give The Tick to both the Kia and the Hyundai.

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Toyota Corolla: Replacement options

Answered by CarsGuide 9 May 2016

Drive the VW Golf to calibrate yourself with the best car in the class, but go ahead and buy the Hyundai because it's the modern-day Corolla and definitely gets The Tick from me.

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Golf or i30 for a new small car?

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Mar 2016

The Golf is a better car and the advantage for the Hyundai is a longer warranty. Both get The Tick. My pick is the car I prefer to drive, which is the VW.

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Sedan with good storage space and suspension?

Answered by CarsGuide 18 Jan 2016

We test all cars in the real world, on the toughest corners and worst surfaces we can find, and I've been doing the job for nearly 40 years. Hyundai has focussed its suspension work on European-style handling, not a cushy American-style ride, but that's no different from many other brands. For your needs I would probably have steered you to a Nissan Pulsar, but also advised not to buy anything without a proper test drive on road you know.

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