Hyundai announces prices and spec for i30 wagon
25 February 2008

The wait is nearly over for those of you who've been waiting for the estate version of Hyundai's acclaimed i30.On sale from April 2nd, the i30 estate starts at £12995 for a 120bhp, 1.6-litre petrol car, with a 113bhp 1.6-litre diesel the only other engine option.Trim levels are equally simple. The 1base 1.6 Comfort costs £700 more than the hatch and comes with air-conditioning, USB connector, roof bars and electric wing mirrors as standard. The 1.6 Style will set you back £13,995 and includes 16-inch alloys, automatic lights, and leather trim. A diesel model in the same trim will set you back £14,695, or an automatic petrol Style is also available for £14,995.Finally, the range-topping i30 estate 1.6 CRDi Premium gets a £16,295 price tag and every luxury option available, from heated leather seats to auto-dimming rear view mirror, climate control and rear parking sensors.The i30 estate also benefits from Hyundai's five-year, unlimited mileage warranty.

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