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2013 Hyundai i30 3-Door Review


2013 Hyundai i30 3-door is one of Hyundai’s cars that are specifically designed for European market. The production of the car is focused in Hyundai’s Czech factory with its European team R&D. The 3-door model is the third addition to Hyundai’s European design, following the releases of 2013 Hyundai i30 2-door and 2013 Hyundai i30 5-door.

Features of 2013 Hyundai i30 3-Door

The 2013 Hyundai i30 3-door design is based on the company’s fluidic sculpture design that has been developed since 2009. Its exterior differs from its 5-door sibling, though, and one would be able to tell the differences at the first sight. The new 3-door model receives Hyundai’s latest redesign of hexagonal-shaped grille, daytime running lights and front fog lights. Another set of fog lights decorated the rear end of the car along with redesigned bumper that also looks different from the 5-door model.

Besides looking sporty and dynamic, the 2013 Hyundai i30 3-door is also reliable in function. The 1.6 turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine produces up to 126 horsepower. It is also quite efficient in its CO2 emission, with only 97 g/km rate. The driving mode is also especially tuned to Europe’s road condition, making the i30 even more desirable for the market.

2013 Hyundai i30 3-Door Design

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Other Features of 2013 Hyudai i30 3-Door

The European market is truly pampered by the generous features in the 3-door model. Its interior is spacious with 378 liter cargo space. Heated steering wheel and front seats, electric parking brake, cruise control with speed limiter, Smart Key with engine start/stop switch, 7-inch navigation system and many other additional features are also available. They might come standard or with an additional price. The 2013 Hyundai i30 3-door is also full of safety features including electronic stability programme, vehicle stability management, anti-lock braking system, emergency brake assist system, hill assist control and emergency stop signal.

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