Hyundai i30 dimensions
Latest model: Hyundai i30 estate (2007)
Length: 169.3 (in) = 4300 (mm)
Width: 70.1 (in) = 1780 (mm)
Height: 57.9 (in) = 1470 (mm)
Compare Hyundai i30 dimensions to: Kia Ceed, Opel Astra, Skoda Octavia
Hyundai i30 details:
Hyundai's look-and-feel once lacked panache, but the Hyundai i30 estate proves its vehicles are now much smarter and more modern looking. Even though the Hyundai i30 looks better from the front than the back, it is still an attractive-looking vehicle. However, the small back side windows can make reversing difficult.
There’s a decent amount of luggage room offered. With the back seatings in place the volume is 415 litres, and when they’re folded down it expands to 1395, litres. That’s not bad, but both the Ford Focus estate (482/1525), and the Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer (500/1550), provide more. Happily the awkwardly shaped tailgate of the Hyundai i30 hatch has been replaced with a more sensible layout with straight sides, and the load sill is usefully low.
Most Hyundai i30 estates come in Hyundai’s Convenience trim level, providing air-con, driver’s bench height adjustment, power-assisted steering, a 60/40 split back seatings and an stereo system with Ipod functionality, a USB jack and an optional input. Top spec Luxury offers conditioning, headlights and wipers which switch themsleves on automaticlly when required, a self-dimming dashboard mirror, folding door mirrors, back parking sensors and a proper spare wheel, unlike the temporary one offered with Convenience spec.