Official pricing and final details for the incoming 2017 Hyundai i30 range have been handed down today, after initial specifications were confirmed in February.
As revealed then, the new ‘PD’ i30 range will be offered locally with three engines: two petrols and a single diesel, matched to six-speed manual, six-speed torque-convertor auto and seven-speed dual-clutch auto, depending on the model.
The new range will kick off from $20,950 before on-road costs. That’s down from a $21,450 list price for the outgoing range, although the 2015 launch pricing of the current i30 Series II began at $20,990.
Regardless, Hyundai says it has loaded the entry-level Active with an additional $2000 in equipment and features, including a large 8-inch display with rear-view camera, integrated satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and DAB+ digital radio.
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