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5 things you need to know about the 2018 Hyundai i30

What about safety features?

The new i30 gets a five-star ANCAP safety rating while all variants, except the entry-level Active, getting Hyundai’s active safety package, SmartSense. This package, which includes autonomous emergency braking, blind spot detection, driver attention alert, lane change assist, rear cross traffic alert and smart cruise control, will, says Hyundai, be available for the entry level Active variant later this year, meaning every variant of i30 will have a comprehensive active safety package.

Beyond SmartSense, the i30 offers reversing camera with dynamic guidelines, tyre-pressure monitoring and parking sensors front (Premium only) and rear parking sensors across the range. The range also offers airbags covering the front and rear, ISOFIX, seatbelt reminders and more.


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GiddyGoanna
GiddyGoanna
4 years ago

I believe that all active AND manual transmission variants miss out on face level rear air vents.
Active due to spec level, manual transmission variants due to mechanical handbrake utilising the space required for said vents. SR auto variants will have rear vents.

PracticalMotoring
4 years ago
Reply to  GiddyGoanna

Yes, you’re right. I’ve clarified the sentence now which did read a little misleading. Only a very small proportion of buyers will opt for manual so… – Isaac

Bob D
Bob D
4 years ago

Is there to be a station wagon version and if so, specs and pricing?

Alan
Alan
4 years ago

Is there a CD player?

Isaac Bober

Isaac Bober