The Hyundai i30 comes with a range of good petrol and diesel engines. Build quality is on a level with bigger motor manufacturers and, arguably, the styling is more eye-catching than some of the better known rivals.
It’s just a shame the Flex Steer isn’t more of a thrilling system. In many ways it’s merely a gimmick and is mostly ignored. One massive plus point over the i30’s challengers is that it comes with a five-year warranty, and this is totally transferable from owner to owner during this period of time.
So, even if you buy a four-year-old Hyundai i30, there will still be a twelve-month manufacturer warranty left on the car.