Hyundai has priced its new load-lugging Hyundai i30 Tourer from £16,195. It will go on sale from the end of July.
Two engines are available in three power outputs. These include a 118bhp 1.6-litre petrol unit and a 1.6CRDi motor with either 108bhp or 126bhp. Each model features either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox and the most efficient 108bhp oil-burner achieves a claimed 67.3mpg and 110g/km CO2.
Four trim levels make the i30 line-up – Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav – with standard equipment comprising Bluetooth, a multi-function steering wheel, air-conditioning and LED daytime running lights.
Active-spec cars cost from £17,295 and add alloys, cruise control, rear parking sensors and electric windows into the package, while Style variants (£20,095) include climate control, front parking sensors, electric door mirrors and automatic headlamps and wipers.
Top spec Style Nav i30 Tourers come with a touchscreen sat-nav system and rear view parking camera and cost from £21,095.
For a £750 premium, customers can also opt for Hyundai’s Convenience Pack, which adds keyless entry and an engine start button. A further £1000 for the Individual Pack includes heated leather seats and panoramic sunroof.
Measuring 185mm longer than the i30 hatchback variant, the estate model ups the i30 hatchback’s luggage space by exactly 150 litres to 528 litres with the rear seats up and to 1642 litres from 1316 litres with the seats folded flat.
By comparison, the i30 Tourer’s Ford Focus estate rival offers a maximum of 1502 litres load space, while the Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer musters 1550 litres.