Hyundai i30 N Reviews | Overview

JUST five years ago, the concept of a Hyundai ‘N’ effectiveness model line would’ve sounded a little bit like the item of a marketing and advertising, ahem, ‘exercise’. But the notion of that not just turning out to be a reality but also a raging good results – both critically and commercially – would’ve been even much more wacko.


We’d seasoned a handful of semi-respectable hottish Hyundais up to that issue – the moderately entertaining Veloster SR Turbo and the blended-blessing i30 SR – although 2017’s third-generation i30 and Elantra SR Turbo showed that deep within Namyang (and at Hyundai Motor Corporation Australia), somebody realized what they have been executing.   


But not even the most enthusiastic i30 admirer could have imagined that 2018’s i30 N would be these types of a cracking very hot hatch, for these types of a good value. Guided by some of the world’s very best automotive engineers, last but not least Hyundai experienced nailed it.


So it is with a lot anticipation that we method the initially item from ‘phase two’ of Hyundai’s N roll-out – the facelifted 2021 i30 N hatch.

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