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Hyundai launches i30 Tourer

The estate version of Hyundai’s new i30 has been revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. It uses the same engines and running gear as the hatchback, but offers a larger boot thanks to its increased length.

With the seats up, cargo capacity is 528 litres, more than the Ford Focus Estate (476 litres), Volkswagen Golf Estate (505 litres) and Vauxhall Astra (500 litres), three of its biggest rivals. Folding the seats increases load space to 1642 litres and the rear hatch opens to bumper level, meaning there’s no lip over which to lift heavy objects.

As with the rest of the range, the i30 Tourer will be offered with a five-year Triple Care warranty, which includes roadside assistance and health checks. There’s no word on pricing or a specific on-sale date, but you can expect it to cost around £16,000 when it goes on sale this summer.

Hyundai I 30 Tourer (2)

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