2013 Hyundai i30 Wagon features

2013 Hyundai i30 Wagon 2 2013 Hyundai i30 Wagon features

The Hyundai i30 has been revealed before its debut in the Motor show to be held in Geneva. The Wagon comes to be the second member in the family of the New Generation i30 and pairs up with the five door hatchback to widen the appeal if its C segment range. The overall length of the model is increased by 185 mm to 4485 mm over the five door sibling which makes it among the most accepted vehicles in European C segment and 10 mm longer than the original one. As compared to the five door, the trunk space is expanded from 378 liters to 528 liters and with the seats at the back folded down, the volume of the cargo increases three folds more to 1642 litres.

Like the hatchback sibling, the new model was planned and engineered specifically for the customers in Europe at the European R&D centre in Germany. The wagon was developed from the early stages enabling to fashion a consistent design bearing family resemblance which is inspired by the fluidic sculpture of Hyundai. Like the five door variant, its front is distinguished by grills of hexagonal shape and jewel like headlamps but from B pillar backwards it differs significantly. The roofline is extended backwards over the cargo area that is flexible and adds dynamism to the model’s stance in keeping with the ethos of a stationary car which is appearing to be in move.

While enhancing the forceful appearance, a line runs horizontally through the sides of its body and rises the way to the back lights. The windscreens at the back wraps round the D pillars which increases the luminosity of the interior and visibility. The deep tailgate gives it a clean look and opens up in the bumper for easy loading. This model will be available with the same three gasoline and diesel engines like the five door delivering 90 to 135 PS. The buyers of the i30 wagon will be benefited from the Five Year Triple Care which comprises of an unlimited warranty of five years, roadside assistance of five years and five years vehicle health checks.


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