2017 Hyundai i30: A Better Look – The new 2017 Hyundai i30 Review will be designed with a hatchback basic type that is said to deliver a better handling and control. Mostly known as the Elantra GT in the American auto market, this i30 was first shown and introduced to the public during the Paris Motor Show. There are several good reasons why Hyundai keep this line as their upcoming model – with several improvements and updates.
2017 Hyundai i30 Review Design
It is clear that this 2017 Hyundai i30 Review, Price and Specs is incorporating all the elements that are important for Hyundai. Through their European factory, they include all the right details into the design, especially for the exterior look. The suggestions car will be coming with the cascading grille – or known as the hexagonal grille – along with the swept back headlights, chrome frame that is thicker, and also the unique slanted daytime LED running lights that are integrated and included in the bumper.When compared to the current model, the new one will be coming with a more modern style.
2017 Hyundai i30 Interior
If there is an obvious plan about the development on the exterior side, what about the interior side? Of course, refinements will be improved than before. If the previous models include bulky and old-school knobs, dials, and switches, everything will go away in the new 2017 Hyundai i30 Review, Price and Specs.
There will be a touchscreen console with a more sophisticated arrangement and design for the easiness and comfort in the cabin. Not to mention that Hyundai plans to include its sophisticated and high-tech infotainment system that is also compatible with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Everything in the cabin will be more modern without compromising elegance and class. If you want a ride that isn’t only comfortable to drive but also intuitive and fun, this is the perfect vehicle to choose.
2017 Hyundai i30 Engine
This ride will be coming with diesel and petrol engines – which you can choose based on your preference like 2017 Hyundai Elantra GT Review. With the T-GDI turbocharged 1.4 liter engine that is able to produce 140 hp of power, the ride is quite promising especially when it is paired up with the manual six speed transmission or the auto dual clutch seven speed transmission. After the ride has a serious weight loss (around 14 kilos), you can expect it to have a serious improvement in performance and power.
For the petrol range, there will be a turbocharged three cylinder 1.0 liter engine that can deliver a good fuel efficiency system and able to produce 120 hp of power with the manual six speed transmission. Quite a promising quality from the new 2017 Hyundai i30 Review, Price and Specs, right?
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