Hyundai i30 5-Door: New Online Video
Hyundai claims that its i30 5-Door family car is “built to travel at the speed of life”. The manufacturer is emphasising this message courtesy of a light hearted, online, video.
It shows a potential customer – a blonde lady in her thirties – being shown the car by a salesman at a dealership. She claims to need it for “the family” but inner dialogue reveals her true intentions. The customer would rather use it to “escape” the family than for family escapes. She suspects that the salesman recognises this fact. “Busted”, she thinks.
The salesman tries to emphasis the car's strengths such as its cargo capacity but is interrupted by her jokes, odd behaviour and misunderstandings. “You can't put a dolphin in a suitcase”, she exclaims - and: “would it be wrong to ask to stroke the dashboard”?
The Hyundai i30 5-Door video can be seen at: http://www.hyundai.co.uk/new-cars/i30?brk_top-carousel__href=multihref_panelssubmenu1&brk_top-carousel__id=2
Hyundai i30 5-Door: What Is It?
The Hyundai i30 5-Door is a small family class hatchback. Competitors include the Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf and Vauxhall Astra. It is backed by a 5-year unlimited mileage warranty and has a maximum, 5-Star, Euro NCAP safety rating. It costs £15,210 - £21,015.
Hyundai i30 5-Door: Engines , Performance And Fuel Economy
i30 5-Door petrol engines include the 1.4-litre 100PS that is teamed with 6-speed manual transmission. Depending on the car's trim, this power plant averages up to 47.1mpg. The alternative is the 1.6-litre 120PS petrol that averages 41.5mpg (6-speed automatic only).
Diesel engines include the 1.6-litre CRDi 110PS Blue Drive manual – that averages 76.3mpg – and a 1.6-litre CRDi 110PS auto (51.4mpg). Finally, the 1.6 CRDi 128PS Diesel Blue Drive manual returns 74.3mpg. The i30 0-62mph times – including the petrol and diesel engines and manual and automatic gearboxes - range from 10.9 to 13.2 seconds.
Hyundai i30 5-Door: Trims And Equipment
The Hyundai i30 5-Door is available in: Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav trims.
The Classic has Bluetooth: air-conditioning, front fog lights, electric front windows and steering wheel mounted audio and phone controls. The Active trim adds: 15-inch alloy wheels, electric rear windows, cruise control, a speed limiter and rear parking sensors.
The Style benefits from: larger wheels, enhanced exterior detailing, a cushioned front armrest, dual-zone climate control, plus automatic headlights and windscreen wipers. The Style Nav adds: a rear-view parking camera and touch-screen satellite navigation.