Continues to be my best ever car
The car has now completed 20,000 klm of trouble free motoring and continues to drive as good as day one. The recent service found no issues, the mapping update has improved an already good system and I have learnt of a few new menus to play with, such as change the color of screen and add numerous points of interest icons which can be very handy when searching for something like a bank or servo etc, too many to list. As this is my first car with paddle shifters it is still fun to use them particularly coming down a twisty steep road suc...h as Montville to Palmwoods on the Sunshine Coast. Fuel consumption remains very good, can crack the 5l per 100 ks on a highway run at cruising speed, average fortnightly use around the 6.8l per 100 klms but that is rural driving not heavy city work where it would be just under 8l per 100klm. Tyre wear is perhaps a little more than expected but anticipate about 50,000 klms before replacement is due. The new i30 Sedan N Line Premium would be the choice when trade in time comes knocking.
Purchased in December 2019 at Pacific Hyundai.
- AD.2 (Sedan) Active (2018-2021)
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Hyundai Elantra is perfect
We are couples with no kid and we bought Hyundai Elantra on 26h April 2019. This is just perfect and we are loving it. Great boot and back seat space with great features.
Overall we are really happy with this car.
Purchased in April 2019 for $19,500.00.
Almost perfect car let down by head restraint
I test drove this car overnight, but when I got it home, I never took it out as the head restraint had given me a migraine. It slants forward in a way that is very uncomfortable and it pushes your head forward too much. I loved everything else about the car. That one simple thing - uncomfortable head restraint - meant I wouldn't buy it as why would I willingly by a car that caused me pain?
The head restraint needs to be able to move back. It thrust my head down and made me sit in a hunched way.
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Don’t drive the car as much as I want to as when you get in it you just want to take off for a great long drive . Plenty of power .Very fuel efficient. Its had its second service and found no issues at all with it . The dealer at Hyundai Robina have been great .They drop you where you want to go while waiting or you can sit and have a coffee while doing your emails .
Purchased in August 2018.
|Category||Cars and Sedans||Cars and Sedans||Cars and Sedans||Cars and Sedans|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Wheels||16" Alloy||15" Alloy||15" Alloy||18" Alloy|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||7.4 L/100km||7.4 L/100km||7.4 L/100km||7.8 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||50 L||50 L||50 L||50 L|
|Engine||4 Cylinder 2.0L||4 Cylinder 2.0L||4 Cylinder 2.0L||4 Cylinder 1.6L|
|Max Power||112kW @ 6200rpm||112kW @ 6200rpm||112kW @ 6200rpm||150kW @ 6000rpm|
|Max Torque||192Nm @ 4700rpm||192Nm @ 4700rpm||192Nm @ 4700rpm||265Nm @ 1500-4500rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||South Korea||South Korea||South Korea||South Korea|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
|Release date||Feb 2018||Feb 2018||Feb 2018||Feb 2018|
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