Hyundai i30 Coolant Type
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- Manufacturer: Hyundai
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 87 different trims for the Hyundai i30 and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The i30 first made its debut in 2007 as a small family car. It has then remained on various markets ever since.
During its time on the market, there have been a total of three generations. The latest of these made its debut in 2016 and received a mid-cycle facelift in 2020.
There have been a number of body styles under the i30 nameplate. The most notable of these is, of course, the 5-door hatchback. Other notable models include the sedan and estate which were both introduced in 2017.
Another notable model was the 3-door hatchback, but this was retired in 2017. It has also been sold as the Hyundai Elantra GT in North America since 2013.
Trim options offered by Hyundai consist of a number of standard options. These include the SE Connection, N Line, and Premium. There have also been other trims like the S, SE Nav, and N Line+.
Being a small family hatchback obviously puts the i30 up against popular models like the Volkswagen Golf, Ford Focus, and Mazda3.
Fairly typical for a Hyundai, there have been a wide number of engine options over the years. For the latest generation, petrol engines have ranged from a 1.0 L inline-3 to a 2.0 L inline-4. Diesel powertrain options consist of either a U II or a Smartstream 1.6 L inline-4.
These have been mated with a 6-speed manual, 6-speed automatic, and a 7-speed or 8-speed DCT.
There is a speculation that the i30 will be discontinued in the near future because of Hyundai’s desire to introduce another crossover SUV to their lineup.