What used Hyundai i30 estate will I get for my budget?
Prices start at only £4000 for a 2012 i30 Tourer with plenty of miles under its belt. Spend a bit more and examples with average mileage or less will set you back £6500.
Facelifted example (from 2015 onwards) in SE spec with average mileages start at around £8500. A late 2017 model will be around £11,000.
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How much does it cost to run a Hyundai i30 estate?
The petrol engine has the most expensive running costs, with an average of 42.8mpg and £150 road tax for the manual version and 41.5mpg and £190 tax for the automatic.
Both the 109bhp and 126bhp 1.6-litre diesel of pre-facelift cars have the same average fuel economy of 64.3mpg and £30 road tax (50.4mpg and £150 road tax for the auto). This was improved upon for the 2015 revision, which included a slight power increase up to 134bhp for the higher-powered diesel. Again, both versions have the save economy and yearly tax figures of 72.4mpg and £20 tax for the manual and 67.3mpg and £20 tax for the auto.
All cars registered after April 2017 will be subject to the new flat rate of £140 per year for road tax.
Servicing costs for the i30 Tourer will be comparable with rivals'. However, early i30 Tourers can now take advantage of discounted servicing since they are old enough to be out of Hyundai’s warranty period. Included as part of the package is 12 months of AA roadside assistance coverage, which could be worth considering if you normally take out your own breakdown cover.