Brand New 2021 Hyundai i30 Hatch uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 Hyundai i30 Hatch prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £4089 from our dealers. Our 2021 Hyundai i30 Hatch deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Hyundai manufactures 10 model variants.

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Manual Petrol MHEV 1.0T-GDi MHEV 120 SS 5 1.0 120 121 £20900 Save £3774
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.0T-GDi MHEV 120 SS 5 1.0 120 120 £22100 Save £3993
Manual Diesel MHEV 1.6CRDi MHEV 136 SS 5 1.6 136 121 £22700 Save £4106
DCT Diesel MHEV 1.6CRDi MHEV 136 SS 5 1.6 136 126 £23900 Save £4331
Manual Petrol MHEV 1.0T-GDi MHEV 120 SS 5 1.0 120 122 £23900 Save £4331
DCT Diesel MHEV 1.6CRDi MHEV 136 SS 5 1.6 136 127 £26900 Save £4895
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.0T-GDi MHEV 120 SS 5 1.0 120 121 £25100 Save £4557
Manual Diesel MHEV 1.6CRDi MHEV 136 SS 5 1.6 136 122 £25700 Save £4670
Manual Petrol MHEV 1.5T-GDi MHEV 160 SS 5 1.5 160 142 £24900 Save £4511
DCT Petrol MHEV 1.5T-GDi MHEV 160 SS 5 1.5 160 138 £26100 Save £4737
Full length Hyundai i30 N video review with market value analysis
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Hyundai i30 N

There are two i30 N variants on offer, both with five doors and both using basically the same 2.0-litre turbocharged engine driving through the front wheels and mated to a 6-speed Manual gearbox.

As is common at this price point, there's no paddleshift auto option, nor is there the chance to specify 4WD. The standard model puts out 250PS, costs around £25,000 and is targeted at conventional family Hatch shopping rockets like Volkswagen's Golf GTI and Ford's Focus ST.

Hyundai though, expects over 90% of i30 N buyers to find the extra £3,000 to get themselves into the alternative £28,000 'N Performance' variant that we tried. With this more desirable derivative, you get a version of that same GDI engine tuned to develop 275PS, plus an important package of extra engineering features including an electronic limited slip differential and an active variable exhaust system, plus some tempting trimming embellishments.

In this upgraded form, this Hyundai can tilt at more powerful volume class contenders like the SEAT Leon Cupra 300 and the Renaultsport Megane. And - potentially - even start to trouble so-called 'Super Hatches' with just over 300PS, cars like Honda's Civic Type R and Volkswagen's Golf R.

Standard camera-driven safety features include 'AEB' 'Autonomous Emergency Braking', 'DAA' 'Driver Attention Alert', an 'LKAS' 'Lane Keeping Assist System', an 'SLIF' ' Speed Limit Information Function' and 'HBA' 'High Beam Assist'..

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