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The main characteristics of this style are present in the i30 – the silhouette of a convex rear, rounded lines of the bonnet, a spectacular double grille, compact roof spoiler body. Hyundai new car looks more like a European car, than Asian. But this is not surprising, since from the very beginning was meant for European market, and it looks more European-than on-Asian. In addition to the model Elantra J3 the design i30 developers to take into account the characteristics of such models as the Volkswagen Golf, Mazda 3, Ford Focus. In addition, it is possible that Hyundai i30 has been designed for "reasons Mercedes A-Class and bmw 1-Series. i30 comes with a six types of engines, of which three petrol and three diesel.

For the inhabitants of our country will be available until just the first. Their advantage is lower cost compared to diesel. Gasoline engines with automatic and manual transmission have a volume of 1,4 l, 1,6 l and 2l. Their power, respectively 105, 115 and 143 hp Diesel engines with manual transmission have a volume of 1,6 l and 2l, the power of 90.115 and 140 hp Hyundai i30 keeps company brand and does not lag behind its other models on safety performance. As a result of competition "Car of the Year" which passed in 2008 in Spain, Hyundai i30 has become a leader in this category. Back in 2007, the contest "The Car of the Year 2007" Australia Hyundai i30 CRDi diesel engine with the main award was named "greenest car of the year." And that's not all – under normal conditions i30 diesel costs more than 4.7 liters of diesel per 100 km. Hyundai i30 has a front McPherson suspension and multilink rear suspension that allows it to perfectly overcome uneven asphalt coating. Not to mention the interior i30 (see the review of Hyundai i30), which is characterized by functionality, convenience and comfort for both driver and passengers. In general, interior and are exquisitely elegant. Hyundai i30 – this is the car of your dreams! What's stopping you implement it?

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