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GENERAL STUFF => i30 NEWS & OFFICIAL REVIEWS => Topic started by: Dazzler on October 13, 2020, 10:29:53

Title: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: Dazzler on October 13, 2020, 10:29:53
Some interesting decisions as far as variants and features, plus some significant price hikes. However,  there are some extra features included in most cases for the extra money.

 :link: 2021 Hyundai i30 hatch pricing and specs detailed: Cost of entry for Mazda 3 and Toyota Corolla rival goes up by thousands with facelift - Car News | (https://www.carsguide.com.au/car-news/2021-hyundai-i30-hatch-pricing-and-specs-detailed-cost-of-entry-for-mazda-3-and-toyota)
Title: Re: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: druggist on October 15, 2020, 08:08:42
Sad to see the diesel go, so happy with mine 5.3L/100km and still going strong at 280K km
Title: Re: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: Lorian on October 18, 2020, 10:54:57
We get a 1.5TDI Petrol with a 48V hybrid system coupled with 159PS in this years N-Line.

I dont do so much mileage now since covid so cant really justify buying the new one.

Cant help feeling my next car mght be electric.  I like the look of the VW ID.3
Title: Re: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: Dazzler on October 18, 2020, 11:53:06
We get a 1.5TDI Petrol with a 48V hybrid system coupled with 159PS in this years N-Line.

I dont do so much mileage now since covid so cant really justify buying the new one.

Cant help feeling my next car mght be electric.  I like the look of the VW ID.3
That's interesting. Because I'm a dirty gadabout I still seem to be running up the kilometres, so glad i drive a hybrid. I've managed to clock up 38,000 kms in 13 months and expect that to be 45 by Christmas with some tripping around planned. They need to sort range and price before i would trade my hybrid on an EV.
Title: Re: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: asdetail on October 21, 2020, 00:57:15
wouldn't seem to be enough of an upgrade to warrant purchase over my 2019 n-line dct, looks the same, seems the biggest change is the price.
Title: Re: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: Aussie Keith on October 26, 2020, 10:39:06
A frag under 40k seems excessive for the n-line premium. The Golf Highline MK7 on runout is slightly less and arguably better equipped if slightly less powerful. Its a bold move to bump the price up as they have.

And a shame the diesel is no longer available in the hatch. Legendary engine to be sure.
Title: Re: Aussie pricing and spec changes revealed for 2021 update.
Post by: Dazzler on October 26, 2020, 10:59:07
A frag under 40k seems excessive for the n-line premium. The Golf Highline MK7 on runout is slightly less and arguably better equipped if slightly less powerful. Its a bold move to bump the price up as they have.

And a shame the diesel is no longer available in the hatch. Legendary engine to be sure.

True although Hyundai do have a habit of discounting more than some other brands
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