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Hyundai i30 Wagon N Line

Published on 10.02.2021


Hyundai has refreshed and modernised its successful i30 model. We were able to test the Wagon N Line version.
Hyundai estate cars are usually particularly successful: good looks, roomy, efficient engines and the latest safety technology. The i30 Wagon is no exception. With the current makeover of the entire range, all versions are now available with the new N Line finish. This offers sporty design features inspired by the i30 N.
On the outside, the design of the front end has an arresting look, widening the vehicle through a 3D effect accentuating the grille, new driving lights and slimmer headlights with optional LED MFR technology. At the rear, the bumpers have had a bit of a facelift. The interior has had a few updates, including the air vents, digital dash and a new 10.25-inch touchscreen.
On the safety side, Hyundai is offering new drive assist features, with a Lane Guard System, Emergency Rear Braking and improved Blind Spot Detection.  These systems come in addition to the numerous assist features already on board.
Under the bonnet, the engine range has been extended. Our version had the new 160 horsepower 1.5 T-GDi engine, which comes with a 48-volt mild hybrid system and seven-speed dual-clutch automated transmission. Also available with a different engine: the 120 horsepower 1.0 T-GDI, offered with an exclusive minor hybrid system, helping reduce consumption. The i30 Wagon starts at €31,618.

Image source: Hyundai
Text source: ACL


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