Hyundai i30cw wagon




Hyundai i30cw wagon

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    Released in March , the Hyundai FD i30cw was a mid-size, five-door wagon with the 'cw' in its name standing for crossover wagon. Manufactured in Ulsan.

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    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    He said the units sold in February was closer to the expectations he had for the i30 and he expected this would be built on further in the future. Not only that, there is little if any turbo lag due to its advanced Variable Geometry Turbo VGT which spools up with the slightest punch of the throttle. Australian i30 models feature a unique suspension tune for Australian road conditions. Although listed as a concept, the cool looking i10 Electric, a zero emissions urban commuter vehicle, will go into limited production in in the Korean market. The increased length yields an extra litres of boot capacity, taking the total to litres.

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai i30 - Wikipedia

    Despite playing seriously in the SUV market itself, Hyundai says that market is showing signs of decline and believes that the small i30cw Wagon will make a serious move into the family-hauler segment with its more environmentally friendly footprint, including lower operating costs.

    Once the staple of family motoring, wagons currently make up just three per cent of the local car market but recent additions, such as the Holden Sportwagon, have shown strong appeal with buyers who are becoming disaffected with the high running costs, and higher purchase costs of previously popular mid-size SUVs.

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    Hyundai marketing manager Oliver Mann says research shows that 35 per cent of four-wheel-drive owners never take their vehicle off-road, while a further 46 per cent hardly ever venture off the bitumen. He added that smaller conventional station wagons had appeal because they offered versatility and space with relatively low operating costs.

    Its pricing is more closely allied to the Korean-built Viva but its quality and design, plus the fact that it offers a diesel engine, should take if closer to the Astra and Peugeot in the eyes of buyers. Fitted with the 1. Specification on the i30cw also makes it obvious that Hyundai will target the fleet and business buyer, who wants an economical and versatile load carrier that can double as a family wagon. Mr Mann said the acceptance of this model would be monitored and it may become a feature of the range, with the added option of the 1.

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    The i30cw is mm longer than the hatch, with a 50mm longer wheelbase that creates an extra 36mm of legroom in the rear, as well as more load space. Cargo capacity is up by 75 litres to litres, with the rear seats up, and litres, to litres, with the seats folded. The wagon version uses a little more fuel than the hatch due to being kg heavier. The five-speed petrol manual wagon use 7.

    Hyundai is expecting much from the i30 range this year, especially as it will be joined in a few months by the smaller i20 and possibly later still by the even smaller i Hyundai Motors Australia CEO Steve Yeo told CarAdvice that the solid sales of the i30 during last year had been constrained by supply issues but these were now resolved with a factory in Europe taking over production of the i30 for that market.

    He said the units sold in February was closer to the expectations he had for the i30 and he expected this would be built on further in the future. On the road the i30cw drives pretty much like the i30 Hatch, which should come as no surprise seeing as they share much, including engines and suspension. Our drive in a top of the range i30cw Sportwagon with petrol and auto proved that the Korean company has another hit on its hands.

    Hyundai i30cw wagon

    The car handles well, and the only real difference, some extra length has translated into nothing more than space where it is needed, in the rear seat area and the load space. Handling is almost identical to the hatch and while the Sportwagon has a slightly firmer ride this is mostly due to the choice of tyres made by Hyundai Australia, which were explained as a compromise between ride and a sportier feel.

    Hyundai resisted the temptation to tinker with the suspension set up on the Sportwagon, wisely deducing that the buyer will be looking more for the show than the go in this segment of the market. Dry or damp conditions made little difference to the way the i30cw progressed over these roads, the major downside being the lack of at least one extra cog in the auto gearbox, which leaves the petrol engine version either a little breathless or revving very hard when presented with a steep incline.

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