2012 Hyundai i30 SLX Price and Spec

    Hyundai i30 2012

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    Overview

    The 2012 Hyundai i30 SLX is a front wheel drive 5 Door Hatchback that was released to the Australian market on 9th January 2011 classified as a FD MY12. The Hyundai i30 is regarded as a small built in Korea with prices from a dealer as a used car starting at $8,200.

    The Hyundai i30 is a front wheel drive 5 door with 5 seats, powered by a 2.0L Inline 4 Cylinder engine that has 105 kW of power (at 6000 rpm) and 186 Nm of torque (at 4600 rpm) via a 5 Speed Manual. Hyundai claims the i30 SLX uses 7.2L/100km of unleaded petrol in the combined city and highway cycle while putting out 170g of CO2.

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    Best For
    City driving
    City driving
    Fun
    Fun
    Warranty
    5Years
    or
    unlimited km
    ANCAP Safety Rating
    Fuel Efficiency
    53L736km
    5 Door Hatchback
    petrol
    2.0L
    FWD
    5 MT
    5
    5
    Pros & Cons

    Hits

    • Myriad variants to choose from
    • Well-sorted ride and handling
    • N versions are proper dynamos

    Misses

    • Too much tyre noise
    • 1.6 turbo's shorter service intervals
    • N Line hatches lose some driver-assist features
    Dimensions
    1480mm
    1775mm
    4245mm
    Specifications

    TypeMulti Point Fuel Injection

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The average single garage in Australia measures 3.5m wide, 6m long, and 2.1m tall. The Hyundai i30 SLX measures 1.77m wide, 4.25m long, and 1.48m tall.

    The Hyundai i30 SLX DOESN'T have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto fitted.

    The Hyundai i30 SLX has 5 seats as standard.

    According to CarExpert data, you could wait up to 66 days for a Hyundai i30 SLX. We can help you get in touch with a dealer about the Hyundai i30 SLX

    The Hyundai i30 SLX uses petrol.

    A price before on-road costs doesn't include fees such as stamp duty, registration, and dealer delivery. It’s not the final price you will pay; that price will vary from state-to-state and dealer-to-dealer.

    A drive-away price includes all relevant government and dealer charges. What you see is what you’ll pay.

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