What should I look for in a used Hyundai i30 hatchback?
Hyundai i30 owners don't appear to have much use for the car's five-year warranty, because there are few reported problems to date. However, a few petrol engines have failed, while others have developed misfires. The tyre pressure sensors can also malfunction, believing there to be too much air in the tyre and urging the owner to deflate it.
In order to ensure that the five-year warranty is valid on the car you buy, you'll need to make sure it has a full service history and that the work was carried out on schedule - using genuine parts. Inspections are also required at prescribed intervals, so ensure these have been carried out. If you have any questions contact a Hyundai dealer before buying.