The Hyundai i30N N has a 2.0 Petrol engine with a Manual gearbox and obtains reasonable fuel consumption of 36.2 mpg. The CO2 emissions are moderately low at 178 g/km which in turn offers a reasonable road tax price of £800 per annum.
The CO2 emissions are moderately low at 178 g/km, placing the i30N N in the VED band of J.
The first year offers a reasonable road tax price of £800 per annum on this Hyundai i30N. Subsequent years at £140.
The i30N N obtains reasonable fuel economy of 36.2 miles per gallon on a combined cycle.
The 2.0litre Petrol engine produces 271 BHP and achieves 0 to 62 mph in 6.1 seconds.
The Hyundai i30N was awarded an overall Euro NCAP score of 5 Stars in 2017.
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A company car driver can expect to pay tax on the following basis: