Given the popularity of Hyundai in Nepal, we have good reason to believe that the i30 will eventually be seen in the Nepali market now that it has been seen in India. Hyundai were the pioneer in the premium hatchback segment with its i20 and with the i30 being tested we strongly believe it is going to be launched soon enough.
The latest Hyundai i30 hatchback was unveiled back in 2016 at the Paris Motor show and features the brand’s latest design language. Internationally, the i30 is available with a range of petrol and diesel engine options. On the inside, the i30 gets minimalistic switchgear, a floating 8.0-inch touchscreen system and comes loaded with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also gets extensive safety features like autonomous emergency braking, radar-guided cruise control and much more.
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