1,119 used Hyundai i30 have been price checked

1,119 used Hyundai i30 have been price checked

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Are you thinking of buying a used medium sized family car? Then the Hyundai i30 is a great decision. AutoUncle has 1,502 used Hyundai i30 for sale in the UK, collected from online marketplaces and different dealership websites, which means you get almost a full listing of all pre-owned Hyundai i30 for sale in the UK.

What should I pay for a used Hyundai i30?

A pre-owned Hyundai i30 costs very different based on mainly on four factors: its year, fuel consumption of the car, how many miles it has travelled and equipment variant.

The oldest and cheapest Hyundai i30 here on AutoUncleis can be purchased for £1,685, while the newest and most well-equipped model costs around £32,495.

Hyundai i30 equipment variant

I30 THIRD GENERATION is the latest generation of the Hyundai i30 and was introduced in 2017. The model comes in the following equipment levels:

In order to find the best sale price, it is important only comparing the offers of cars with a similar engine and equipment. If you don't, you might make a wrong decision on which car to buy.

To be specific, the most expensive equipment variant, named N Performance (Avg. price £27,109), is 23% more expensive than the cheapest variant, SE (Avg. price £12,814), so you can save an average of £14,295 by choosing the cheapest variant. Normally, the depreciation is worse for the expensive equipment variant when buying a new Hyundai i30, as dealerships don't value equipment at the same level when reselling the car.

The fuel efficiency is 23% better than the average for similar cars

The Hyundai i30 petrol drives around 48 miles on the gallon. In comparison, an ordinary smallsized family car has a MPG of 37 miles.

Before deciding on a fuel type to buy, we highly recommend taking some time to consider your current driving habits. Do you only use your car to get to and from work? Is the distance less than roughly 35 miles each way? If you take many short trips or tend to use your car in the city, you should prioritise hybrid, electric or petrol cars.

On the other hand, if you drive many miles each week, we suggest opting for diesel. It’s worth noting that diesel engines with high emissions are banned from entering cities in certain countries.

Fuel types for Hyundai i30

AutoUncle’s selection of Hyundai i30 available by fuel type:

Many consumers like the Hyundai i30 in the hatchback body type

AutoUncle's selection of Hyundai i30 by body type:

Hatchback is the preferred body type amongst drivers of the Hyundai i30 Hatchbacks are quite compact and offer a great driving experience as well as ample space. Their fuel efficiency makes them popular with people living in cities, and another key selling point is that they’re easy to park.

VW Golf is a popular alternative to the South korean Hyundai i30

The Hyundai i30 has multiple competing cars from the same segment and the following cars in particular are good alternatives to the small family car.

Competing cars for the Hyundai i30

  • VW Golf
  • Ford Focus
  • Vauxhall Corsa
  • Mercedes A180

The bestselling small family car and top competitor to the Hyundai i30 is the VW Golf. It has an average sale price of £ 25,475 and right now you can find 18,410 for sale on AutoUncle.

The Ford Focus is the next most popular car within the segment and you will find 16,708 cars for sale, and the 3rd most popular car in the segment is a Vauxhall Corsa. At AutoUncle you can currently find 12,703 of this car for sale.

AutoUncle's valuation

Who is AutoUncle?

At AutoUncle, we firmly believe that every consumer should be enabled to make fair deals while purchasing a second hand car. This is why, since 2010, we have been building a free, independent car valuation service, to help consumers across Europe search and compare cars based on their price.

Everyday, our systems scan or receive data from 3000+ websites (marketplaces or car dealers) across Europe, resulting in more than 5 million cars evaluated.

How do we come up with a car valuation?

The price valuation for each vehicle is calculated by statistically comparing the car and its price to similar cars currently for sale. AutoUncle updates valuations regularly to make sure that the comparisons shown are as accurate and up-to-date as possible, and take into account market trends as well.

Our price comparisons takes more than 100 potential factors into consideration, for example:






This allows us to determine its market value and evaluate the fairness of the price and rate it in one of AutoUncle’s five price rating categories.

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