News has emerged regarding the Hyundai i30 and we can now see for ourselves exactly how much the little beauty will cost. It has recently received a facelift and in our opinion it is one of the better looking cars in its class.
The Hyundai i30 will start at £15,195 and will appear in showrooms from March directly after oty debuts as the Geneva Motor Show. Other variants of the range are its tourer version which will start at £16,895 and the turbo warm hatch which will start from £22,495.
The Hyundai i30 is a strong competitor to the Audi A3, yet you can get a brand new i30 for the same price that you would get some of the second hand Audi A3 models.