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Hyundai £1,000 Saving in Test Drive and Buy Scheme

By Joanne Hogan | December 4, 2019

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Hyundai i30 N & i30 Fastback N overview as the manufacturer cuts prices

Hyundai £1,000 Saving in Test Drive and Buy Scheme

Test drive and save

The Hyundai i30 N & Fastback N are performance hatchbacks that incorporate a £1,000 saving until December 31st 2019 thanks to the brand’s Try & Buy Event.

i30 N

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The i30 N is a hot hatch car that is super stylish, spacious and has real road presence. Its strengths include its performance which is powered by a 2.0 T-GDI turbocharged engine available with 250 PS and costs from £25,995.  

Standard features include 18" alloys, electronically controlled suspension, rev-matching system, 5 drive modes, launch control, N exclusive sports seats, 8" touchscreen satellite navigation & performance information display.

The i30 N Performance has the same engine as the N model but boasts 275 PS. Further features include 19" alloys and an active variable exhaust system all for £29,495. 

£1,000 off when you test drive & buy

i30 Fastback N Performance

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The performance of the i30 Fastback N is also powered by a 2.0 T-GDi turbocharged engine which can achieve up to 34mpg.  Features mirror the i30 N Performance model and it's priced at £29,995.

Book your i30 N or i30 Fastback N test drive and buy or finance it before the end of December to receive £1,000 off the relevant on the road price.

£1,000 off when you test drive & buy

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