Should I get the new Hyundai i30 for a long motorway commute?

I'm looking for a new car to use for a lengthy motorway commute (90 miles round trip). Kia/Hyundai appeal thanks to their generous warranties. I'm looking with interest at the new Hyundai i30 coming in March. How do you think this will fare on long motorway journeys? Which engine would you recommend?

Asked on 18 January 2017 by Rooby

Answered by Honest John
Fine, and your mileage qualifies you for a 1.6 CRDI. But why wait for the new model? Your high mileage will destroy the value of a new car, so better to buy the old model at a significant discount than pay full pop for the new model.
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