Hyundai i30 Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4.3 / 5
The latest Hyundai i30 comes laden with safety equipment, has an attractive engine range and makes a fine long-distance cruiser; these strengths make it easy to overlook the car’s slight deficiencies.
4.2 / 5
If you’re looking for a likeable workhorse that is practical, reliable and cheap – both to buy and run – then the 2017 Hyundai i30 should be on your shopping list.
4 / 5
Matching smart style, substance and some seriously low running costs into one package, the Hyundai i30 is now a serious contender for drivers in the market for a family hatch.
8 / 10
As an alternative to more mainstream hot hatch offerings the i30 Turbo is fun if not at the cutting edge of the sector.
7 / 10
Quietly competent and impressive in all departments, the Hyundai – with its five-year warranty and excellent equipment levels across the board – is obviously a strong contender in the C-segment market.
7 / 10
Hyundai doing what it does best: rationality. If you relish driving, though, it probably won’t satisfy.
3.5 / 5
The new i30 is a solid improvement on its already decent predecessor.
3 / 5
The all-new Hyundai i30 is a credible, well-built and refined family car, but one that fails to excite like more dynamic and stylish rivals.
3 / 5
The Hyundai i30 is worth considering if you value practicality, ease of ownership and minimal running costs above image and speed.