Hyundai took some time and has now fixed its i30 family hatchback. The new-vehicle has 48 mild-hybrid architecture; many people are already familiar with it. The purpose of using it here is to allow consumers to save more as it would consume led fuel and reduce CO2 emissions.
There are two petrol engines, one of which the architecture is based on. One engine is a 118bhp 1.0-liter turbo three-pot, while the other is a 1.5-liter 158bhp turbo four-cylinder. We drove a left-hooker in the UK that was not a customer car. Here, the engine would be paired with the Hyundai’s N Line trim level.
It’s a pretty good vehicle and if you want to buy a comfortable, stylish, and cool family hatchback, this is a very good option. There are a lot worse options out there. Even though we tested it in pre-production guise, it feels like a really good vehicle, that’s nicely polished and comfortable. And, the issues the car has might be resolved until it’s ready to be sold to the customers. The vehicle should come with an upgraded active safety system that will also attract many customers who want a car for their family.
But, if you want more options, there are some vehicles that are more entertaining than this one, for example, Focus ST-Line. The car has posed a serious threat to Hyundai’s success. Some people would prefer the Hyundai vehicle that has a laid-back and simple set-up, but some might think it’s less entertaining and lacks character.
The company has not yet announced the price of the vehicle, but if we look at the prices of the existing N Line models, we can predict that it would start from £23,006. The company is expected to announce the price within the month, so no need for guesses.
If you compare it with Ford Focus, it can be said that it would have an edge when it comes to driving with comfort. But, the Focus is more entertaining and seems like it’s more alive when you are driving it. So, the choice is yours, whether you want a more comfortable car or a more entertaining one.