If you're looking for a car in the golf class, but you can not really get along with the German classprimus - for whatever reason - you are more and more taking the Hyundai i30. Now the Korean goes to the next round and we finally know what the new i30 will cost, which is available from the end of January 2017.
I30 Pure: from 17,450 euros
The round-minded golf opponent raises to an entry price of 17,450 euro into the ring. As a result, the new i30 is around 1.300 Euro more expensive than its predecessor and 2,200 Euro less expensive than the VW Golf, which has also only three doors in the basic version and not its five, as is the case with the i30. Customers have a choice of five different equipment variants for the i30. The basic model is the i30 Pure with 100 hp gasoline. Air conditioning and painted bumpers are the same as a five-inch radio display. Above the Pure, the i30 Select can be combined with a petrol engine and two diesel engines. For 18,300 euros you get, among other things, LED daytime running lights and a Bluetooth hands-free system. As an option Hyundai offers a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission as of the Select equipment.
Top model for 25,550 euros
The i30 Trend comes with 16-inch rims, parking assistance as well as seat and steering wheel heating. At 21,450 euros it starts with a 120-hp diesel. The i30 Style is available for 23,550 euros. This is equipped with a chrome grille, 17-inch lights and LED taillights. In addition, an automatic climate control, an on-board computer, a reversing camera and a DAB radio are included in the standard equipment. The top model is the i30 Premium, which can be combined with all engines. Full LED headlights, electric fabric leather seats, keyless-go and an emergency brake assist are standard on board. With 25,550 euros, the Top-i30 is around 1,000 euros more expensive than the VW Golf Highline.