Hyundai i30 Wagon (2013)


Car Barn Sport | Hyundai i30 Wagon (2013) | The Tourer was developed in parallel with the five-door counterpart at an early stage, enabling designers to fashion a coherent form, a strong family resemblance to the language of sculpture inspired by liquid Hyundai shape. Since the introduction of the Hyundai ix-onic concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2009, the statue was the liquid form language for all new Hyundai models launched in Europe. The total height of the Hyundai i30 Wagon is reduced by 65 mm compared to the original i30 Estate, providing a profile athletic. The rear gives the car a deep clean appearance and opens to bumper level for easy loading. Like Body Style sedan, the Hyundai i30 Wagon benefits from a rising track.

The new model also features Front Hyundai Signature - a hexagonal lattice, with a choice of a unique body-colored bar Classic Twin chrome bars or horizontal structure of Active, Style and Style Nav models. Hyundai i30 Wagon will be available in the UK with a choice of two engines - one petrol and one diesel - with a broader range of responsibilities, from 110PS to 128PS. Generation 110PS at 4,000 rpm and 260 nm at 1,900 rpm, the motor 1582cc Hyundai i30 Wagon accelerates from standstill to 62 mph in 11.8 seconds, and go forward to a top speed of 115 mph to reach - while emitting just 110g/km CO2 . Buyers of the new generation i30 Wagon will have the choice between manual and six-speed automatic, depending on the model, with both devices offer a refined driving experience and improved fuel efficiency. For the British market, for most purchases diesel Hyundai i30 Wagon with 80 percent of the mix. The addition of technologies developed under Hyundai Blue Drive sub-brand of the company ™ maximizes the efficiency and reduces emissions for the Hyundai i30 Wagon. As part of the improved dynamics, Hyundai i30 Wagon offers the C-segment car buyers a new option for the new Flex Steer.

Comfort mode provides a better electrical support, offering a wheel 'light' control and a minimum of effort to achieve full lock the steering. The steering feels more weighted, offering more focused driving experience. Safety is a top priority for the new Hyundai i30 Wagon the latest active and passive safety technologies to ensure maximum protection for the occupants and other road users. Active safety features include ESP (Electronic Stability Programme), VSM (Vehicle Stability Management), ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), BAS (Emergency Brake Assist System), HAC (Hill-start Assist Control) to roll-back prevent and ESS (Emergency Stop Signal) is flashing brake lights during emergency braking is detected.

In the field of passive safety, the body of the Hyundai i30 Wagon has a high percentage of ultra high strength steel and has three new bars that connect to the front or rear suspension supports increasing the stiffness increased. Over 400 are employed at the metallurgical plants in Korea Hyundai Steel on steel recipes optimized for each part and the panel in our vehicles to build. This Hyundai i30 car body-in-white higher quality, higher strength and lighter than ever. Every Hyundai i30 Wagon is equipped with six airbags - front, side and curtain airbags for length. The security available on the new i30 Wagon Hyundai reinforce excellent record of safety, and the company anticipates the new car will be the New Generation i30 sedan and five other current Hyundai models to follow, to the maximum 5 stars in the impact assessment to achieve Euro NCAP program.

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