Hyundai I30 Dark Grey – The N Line is a high-performance Hyundai i30 at a more attractive price point than the Premium or full i30 N.
The Hyundai i30 Hatch N Line is the brand’s cheapest hot hatch in Australia, starting at $30,000.
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The N line will remain unchanged for 2021, though it will be updated with the rest of the i30 range at the end of 2020.
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The 2021 Hyundai i30 Hatch N lineup starts at $29,420 before the six-speed manual goes on sale, but the optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic trim on test here commands a $31,420 sticker price. He has a way. expenses
The cheapest i30 manual starts at $23,420 on-road, while the more specced i30 N Line Premium starts at $220 on-road with manual transmission.
The only trim on the Ford Focus hood is the ST-Line Sport, which costs $30,000 on-the-road, but the N-Line is down 16kW and 25Nm, with no manual option.
Toyota doesn’t have a performance-oriented Corolla, but it will sell you a sporty ZR gasoline hatchback for $32,695 before you go on tour.
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The new Volkswagen Golf starts at $31,950, though the 110-kW Line R costs around $40,000.
Kia has the Cerato GT, complete with the same engine as the i30 N line. The recently launched facelift retails for $35,290 or $36,990 on-road.
The i30 N line is based on the i30 Active, but adds a number of quick features to match the more powerful powertrain.
Inside, there’s an 8.0-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay wireless and Android Auto, and a 7.0-inch instrument cluster.
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There are adaptive high beams, adaptive cruise control, automatic headlights (halogen projector type), reverse camera and rear parking sensors.
The N Line rides on 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in premium Michelin Pilot Sport 4 rubber, with LED headlights and taillights.
There’s the aggressive N Line Appearance Package (that’s body kit to you and me), keyless entry and push-button start, rain-sensing wipers, dual-zone climate control and wireless phone charging.
This score is based on 14.01 out of 16 points and 16 out of 16 overtime. Whiplash and pedestrian protection were good and acceptable, respectively.
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Even the base model of the i30 includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, forward collision warning, as well as lane keeping and lane keeping assist (Active Traffic Center).
Hyundai has gently massaged the i30’s cabin as part of its semi-annual update, with an 8.0-inch infotainment screen and a new semi-digital gauge cluster.
The information system is poor. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included in the 2021 i30, but they’re not compatible at best and unusable at worst.
It keeps interrupting and telling you to re-pair, making it difficult to use Google Maps directions. At least your music won’t stop…
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Kia and Hyundai say they’re working on a fix, and it won’t happen anytime soon—the Kia Cerato we recently sampled is definitely improved. On the other hand, allowing owners to wire their phones for smartphone mirroring would be a step forward.
In addition to the smartphone lens, the system is easy to operate and uses hard buttons. A larger 10.25-inch unit is standard on the N Line Premium with factory satellite navigation.
2021 is a new and traditional instrument display. It’s clear and offers a range of traditional trip computer options, although it feels a little half-baked compared to the all-digital setup on the new i30 pickup and higher-spec Kona versions.
Technology aside, the basics are good in the i30. Driver and passenger sit in padded sport seats with plenty of adjustment, and the steering wheel is a fat, high-quality device that doesn’t cost twice as much as the car.
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The air-conditioning controls are simple, and the cabin has plenty of storage space, from the deep center console under the armrest to the cup holder and handbrake cutout in the transmission tunnel.
You can even charge your phone wirelessly, and that’s about $30,000 for SUVs.
Rear-seat space is on par with a small economy class, but not by much. Headroom is good, and footwells are acceptable for adults or older children.
There’s an automatic rear vent, which is a winner on hot summer days, and kids will appreciate having a folding center console.
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Boot space is 395 litres, with the rear seats folded down, and storage under the floor.
It’s important to note here that the cabin of the i30 Estate is very functional, but it lacks the ‘wow factor’ compared to other cars in the Hyundai range. The i30 pickup has a more dramatic design, while the old one offers more interesting trim options.
The red trim and seatbelts are very attractive, but the dashboard is clunky and even looks a bit flat on the top-spec i30 N Line Premium.
Where the base model i30 relies on a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre engine, the N line gets a turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol with 150kW of power and 265Nm of torque.
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Although a six-speed manual is standard, expect most buyers to opt for the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission instead.
It often wears sporty looking wraps and logo windows. They’re designed to appeal to buyers who want a sporty look, but don’t mind a few dollars more drivetrain.
Not so here. The i30 N Line has the ability to back up its attractive active wear, especially considering its low cost.
From the heavy steering to the punchy engine, it feels unexpectedly purposeful for a $30,000 crash.
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The engine is light enough for audio performance, but it can drive the i30. Peak torque is between 1500 and 4500 rpm, so it’s strong in the mid-range.
It’s obvious that it’s not a hot line, but a hot boil, when you follow the red line. It does if you’re in a hurry, but it’s not quite as over-the-top as the i30 N or Volkswagen Golf GTI.
The engine’s mated seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, while an improvement over Hyundai’s first effort, is a bit choppy at low speeds.
It sometimes gets stuck in the light-speed inlet between first and second gears, which makes it uncluttered and natural in a way that regular torque converters don’t.
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While the gearbox doesn’t hit home with the same confidence as Volkswagen Group’s DSG transmissions, it shifts well in motion. It responds strongly to mud and maintains lower gears in sporty mode.
The hot engine is supported by a very capable chassis. The steering is considerably heavier, the rear suspension is a more complex multi-link system than the non-N linear models, and the upgraded Michelin tires give a big advantage when cornering the car.
There’s more grip than the regular i30, and more going where you point the front. There’s real composure in the way he handles mid-corner hits, and he really tracks down where the athlete’s opponent is going to break.
It hasn’t become a serious threat in the suburbs either. The i30 soaks up potholes and potholes without breaking a sweat, though it’s a bit noisy in the cabin due to sharp-edged imperfections like the expansion joints.
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Combined with the sleek lines, easy-to-park steering wheel and clear reversing camera, it makes the perfect car for a city home.
Noise is a major issue with the i30 N line. The Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires are slick but make their presence felt. A bit noisy on Australian highways.
Like Hyundai and Kia products, the Axial Assist i30 N is eager to show off its power in the lineup. He always plays a boring role.
Turn it off and stay on track (getting on the white line will get you on your way).
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Hyundai offers a lifetime service plan for the i30 with capped price service during the five-year unlimited warranty period.
Its handling is bigger than you’d expect from a $30,000 cruiser, and the engine punches above its weight.
There are two issues, neither of which are deal breakers. The first is the lack of active safety equipment, which is disappointing considering the i30 Elite has a full complement of equipment.
The second is Hyundai Australia’s inability to offer the sharper-looking i30 N line offered in Europe. Unfortunately, European cars are made in the Czech Republic, and ours is from Korea.
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It looks really good, but a sharper Euro-spec body would have brought the i30 hatch closer to the production line.