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Another great review of the i30 Sedan.
« December 14, 2020, 15:22:15 »
Pity about the styling although if the fastback isn't released in Australia with the 8 speed DCT and this in then I may have to grow to like it!

:link: Hyundai i30 Elite Sedan 2020 Review @carsales.com.au - YouTube


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Re: Another great review of the i30 Sedan.
« Reply #1 : December 14, 2020, 15:48:13 »
Nope. Still don't like the [rear] styling...
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Re: Another great review of the i30 Sedan.
« Reply #2 : December 14, 2020, 17:48:59 »
I'm still surprised the touch screen hasn't been fully incoporated (although more now) into the dash.
When will it eventually stop having dust collecting crevices and appear as a contiguous surface instead of a stuck-on afterthought panel?
And that contrasting driver cockpit surround trim looks like an amateur mod.

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Re: Another great review of the i30 Sedan.
« Reply #3 : December 14, 2020, 23:58:20 »
I'm still surprised the touch screen hasn't been fully incoporated (although more now) into the dash.
When will it eventually stop having dust collecting crevices and appear as a contiguous surface instead of a stuck-on afterthought panel?
And that contrasting driver cockpit surround trim looks like an amateur mod.

Who gets paid to design these things? :crazy2:

The tablet syyle add on is almost universal in new cars now. Some intigrate it better than others. Trish thought the one inher Kona and the previous one in my SR were in your face, but the one in the latest Yaris cross is even more so.
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Re: Another great review of the i30 Sedan.
« Reply #4 : December 15, 2020, 00:12:59 »
I'm still surprised the touch screen hasn't been fully incoporated (although more now) into the dash.
When will it eventually stop having dust collecting crevices and appear as a contiguous surface instead of a stuck-on afterthought panel?
And that contrasting driver cockpit surround trim looks like an amateur mod.

Who gets paid to design these things? :crazy2:

The tablet syyle add on is almost universal in new cars now. Some intigrate it better than others. Trish thought the one inher Kona and the previous one in my SR were in your face, but the one in the latest Yaris cross is even more so.

You're correct Dazz.
A walk around any shopping centre car park will show just how many vehicles have them now.
And as they get bigger screens they are even more in your face.
I don't have a problem with them though.
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