New Hyundai i30 Tourer: UK prices and specs revealed

New Hyundai i30 Tourer: UK prices and specs revealed

0 comments 📅28 June 2017, 14:30

Novel i30 Tourer estate will go on sale early next month, with an communicative range from launch

Hyundai has revealed UK prices and specs for the new i30 Tourer, confirming that the new packed estate will start from £17,495 when it goes on sale early next month. 

The state version of the i30 is 245mm longer than the hatchback, but it shares the changeless wheelbase, so all the extra length is given over to the boot. It gets Hyundai’s latest face grille and a tapering roofline, while full LED headlights and LED daytime running lights add some talent to the design. 

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The larger rear overhang creates a 602-litre boot in five-throne mode, and 1,650 litres with them folded down. Both of these capacities are behind the stratum-leading Peugeot 308 SW, though, which offers 660 litres and 1,775 litres mutatis mutandis. 

In terms of engines, Hyundai has confirmed three options – two petrols and a diesel, all three of which are turbocharged. The access-level petrol powerplant is the firm’s 1.0 T-GDi three-cylinder turbo producing 118bhp, which sits lower a larger 1.4-litre four-cylinder turbo with 138bhp. Diesel customers are offered a 1.6 CRDi section good for 109bhp. 

Cabin technology is carried over from the new hatchback, and the i30 Tourer is readily obtainable with a five-inch or eight-inch floating infotainment touchscreen. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Hyundai Living services are offered with the eight-inch screen, while the smaller five-inch containerize comes with a rear-view camera and Bluetooth connectivity as standard.

Hyundai has coordinated safety assists as a major part of the package too. Autonomous emergency braking, lofty-beam assist, lane keep assist and a driver attention alert role make the cut.

For that £17,495 starting price buyers will get the basic ‘S’ likeness, boasting a 1.0-litre T-GDi turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine with 118bhp, mated to a six-hurry manual gearbox. 15-inch alloy wheels come as standard alongside accoutrements such as DAB and Bluetooth, USB and aux connectors, plus a multifunction steering wheel.

Sitting above it in the range will be a £19,355 SE model, building on the level of type equipment and benefiting from a wider choice of powertrains and transmissions. Key additions cover larger 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps, and a 5-inch LCD touchscreen linked to a arse parking camera and assist setup. A 1.6-litre diesel four-cylinder is convenient with this spec, with either 108bhp or 134bhp – the latter bespoke with a dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

The £20,305 SE Nav model gets an 8-inch infotainment strainer complete with sat nav, voice recognition and wireless phone charging. A 1.4-litre petrol with 138bhp is nearby on top of the other engines, with either a manual or dual clutch automatic.

Freebie and Premium SE models top the range, priced from £22,885 and £24,155 respectively. Goad adds 17-inch wheels, dual zone climate control, vehement front seats, a 4.2-inch display in the instrument cluster, and additional driver assists. Highlights on the SE epitome include a panoramic sunroof, real leather seat facings and a heated steering situation. 

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