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Hyundai I30 2022 I30N Series II MY22 N Hatchback 5dr DCT 8sp 2.0T

Purchase Price RRP

$ 65,990

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  • 29

    Total Kilometres

  • 2022

    Reg.Year

  • Petrol - Premium ULP

    Fuel Type

  • Seq. Manual Auto-Dual Clutch

    Transmission

  • 2000

    Engine

  • 5

    Number of Doors

Balancing exquisite power and racetrack-ready driving dynamics with comfort-oriented daily commuting it truly is a race car for every day. The new i30 N has been upgraded with more performance, fresh new design features and the latest smart tech. Shown here in Engine Red, 19'' forged alloy wheels and Pirelli tyres! 206 kW with 5.4sec 0-100km/h 8 Speed DCT Launch control Lap timer Adjustable steering, suspension, throttle response, and exhaust note with new 'N Custom' mode Plus all the safety tech you expect from a modern car, including: Smart Cruise Control Lane Keep Assist Blind Spot Detection Govt Co2 fee $1900

BASIC INFO
Registration PGM39
Stock No 6963
Type Hatchback, 5 door
Ext Color Red
Technical Specification
Odometer 29 km
Year of Registration 2022
Fuel Type Petrol - Premium ULP
Transmission Seq. Manual Auto-Dual Clutch
CC Rating 2000
Number of Doors 5

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Vehicle Fuel Economy Labelling

What is this?

This vehicle has a Fuel Economy Star Rating of 5.0 out of 6. It consumes 5.8 litres per 100km travelled. The Estimated Annual Cost of running this vehicle is $1,620. (Cost per year based on price per litre of petrol $2.00 and an average distance of 14000 km).

Disclaimer: The Fuel Saver Information displayed here is provided for comparative purposes. Your actual cost per year and fuel consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and fuel price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this information says. Visit www.fuelsaver.govt.nz to find out more about this information and fuel saver labels, and how to improve fuel economy.