The introduction of the Hyundai i30 in 2007 formed the genesis of the Hyundai we know and love today, with the small hatchback redefining a brand that traditionally was thought of as cheap and uninspiring.
In North America the i30 is known as the Elantra Touring or Elantra GT, and this third-generation hatch was launched in 2016.
The i30 is Hyundai’s second-cheapest model in terms of entry price, but has a number of variants that increase in equipment and luxury.
The cheapest Hyundai i30 is the Go variant with a six-speed manual transmission, which costs $20,440 before on-roads. The most expensive is the swoopy Fastback N Performance, which costs $45,910 before on-roads.
How to open fuel fap on Hyundai i30?
There isn’t a physical button or lever to open the fuel filler cap on the Hyundai i30. Instead, simply push on the right side of the fuel filler cap and it will unlock and open. Similarly, to close the cap just press it back down until it clicks into place.
Are Hyundai i30s reliable?
The Hyundai i30 has a good reputation for reliability. On older models looks out for the rubber timing belt, which you should replace roughly every 90,000km. A broken timing belt is bad news for the engine, so make sure it is well maintained.
Is my airbag safe Hyundai i30?
While not related to the far-reaching Takata airbag recall, some Hyundai i30 models were issued for an urgent recall in late 2019. In total 106,441 i30s built between 2007 and 2012 were impacted by a potentially dangerous fault that could see the frontal airbags and seatbelt pretensioners trigger during normal driving.