At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai has unveiled the wagon derivative of the New Generation i30 family, further broadening the model’s appeal. The company had earlier unveiled its new-generation i30, a vehicle the company expects will build on the success of the original model thanks to enhanced design, quality, performance and efficiency.
The New Generation i30 wagon will maintain Hyundai’s reputation for producing visually-appealing, quality vehicles. The company expects the wagon body style to significantly contribute to market share growth in Europe, with 30% of all New Generation i30 sales expected from the wagon derivative.
The stylish wagon shares engines and running gear with the New Generation i30 five-door, and has a longer body to create a useful increase in trunk space without compromising the model’s dynamic styling.
Adding to its practicality, the wagon’s rear seats fold fully flat, boosting carrying capacity to 1.642-litres. With rear seats up, the New Generation i30 wagon features one of the largest cabin capacity of any C-segment model at 528-litres.
New Generation i30 wagon offers buyers the same class-leading powertrain line-up as the five-door derivative, with more powerful diesel (128 ps) and gasoline (135 ps) units, and six-speed transmissions for every model, plus CO2emissions starting at 109 g/km – making the i30 range one of the most efficient in the European C-segment.

Every new-generation i30 will be backed by the industry-best, fully-transparent Five Year Triple Care warranty from Hyundai. This award-winning package provides five years of unlimited-mileage warranty, five years of roadside assistance, and five years of vehicle health checks.
Hyundai expects the new-generation i30 to maintain this growth trend, contributing to future sales success, growing brand awareness and improving perceptions of Hyundai among European consumers.
With three operating modes – Comfort, Normal and Sport – the system can be used to vary the level of steering assistance and feedback in order to suit driving conditions and make the journey more pleasurable.


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