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The Kia i30 is a small family car built by the Korean manufacturer on the same platform as the Ceed. The i30 started life as a 3 door hatchback before 2017 and then added two more doors to create a five-door hatchback, five-door estate and a five-door liftback (from 2017 onwards).
There were five engine variations, three powered by gasoline and two by diesel - available with either a manual or automatic transmission.
The first generation debuted in 2007 and was created in Russelsheim, Germany. The first models achieved a 4.2 rating on the European NCAP crash tests and went on to be named Cars Guide ‘Car of the Year.’
The Frankfurt Motor Show saw the release of the second generation, this time there were four engine options coupled with six power options. Hyundai made the decision to replace the Elantra Touring in the USA with the i30 and as such created an estate version, the i30 Tourer.
In 2016, Hyundai showcased the new i30 at the Paris Motor Show featuring the new cascading grille. Two models were available, the GT and the GT Sport and had a 2-liter 4-cylinder engine producing 161 hp with 6,200 rpm. This engine was shared with the Elantra Sedan. Its rear torsion beam suspension was replaced by an independent suspension. In 2019 the Elantra GT was replaced by the Elantra GT N-Line which had a sporty trim. Hyundai discontinued the i30 in the USA in 2021 and directed their buyers towards the Venue and Kona crossover.