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Performance

The engines start with the 1.4-litre petrol engine capable of an output of 99bhp, which makes for a very flexible drive. However the top pick, the 1.6-litre with either 109bhp or 126bhp makes for a punchy and fast performance that is surprisingly smooth. Performance times are impressive for the 1.6-litre and it will complete the 0-60mph sprint in 10.1 seconds and has a top speed of 115mph. To test drive the i30, book now at askaprice.com.

Running Costs

The most frugal of the i30 range is the 1.6-litre CRDi Blue Diesel engine with 108bhp output as it boasts a staggering fuel return of 76.3mpg and has Co2 emissions of 97g/km making it free to road tax and it is exempt from the London Congestion charge. The more powerful 128bhp output has a claimed 74.3mpg and it emits 100g/km of Co2 emissions meaning road tax is free while the entry level 1.4-litre 98bhp petrol engine will return more than 47mpg. The Hyundai i30 has a starting price of £17,995 making it one of the most competitive cars in the sector.

Equipment

Even the entry level Classic trim comes filled to the brim with standard equipment, including Bluetooth, front fog lights, steering wheel audio and phone controls, air conditioning and electrically adjustable driver’s seats. Moving up the trims, the Style model adds 16-inch alloys, dualzone climate control, static cornering lights, electrically folding mirrors with integrated LED indicators and front parking sensors. The flagship Style Nav trim continues to impress with a touchscreen satellite navigation system and a rear-view parking camera, to see the full specs of this and the other trims, download our brochure.