Hyundai i30 finance options

Discover the chameleon of the hatch world, with a model to suit everyone!


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This hatch blends European-inspired styling, a long warranty, Australian suspension tuning and some great safety features, together with several engine options. Hyundai also builds a hot version, the i30N. There's even a diesel for those who want one. Here's a quick primer on the i30, a hatch that seems to cater for all tastes.

Hyundai i30 car loans comparison table

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Name Product Interest Rate (p.a.) Comparison Rate (p.a.) Min Loan Amount Loan Term Application Fee Monthly Service Fee Monthly Repayment
IMB New Car Loan
4.99% (fixed)
1 to 7 years
$275.12 ($250 Application fee + $25.12 PPS registration fee)
You'll receive a fixed rate of 4.99% p.a.
A low minimum borrowing amount of $2,000 that you can use to purchase a new car or one that's up to two years old. - New and Dealer Used Car Loan
From 4.67% (fixed)
3 to 5 years
You'll receive a fixed rate from 4.67% p.a. based on your risk profile
Finance a new car and benefit from features such as fast approval, no ongoing fees and an optional balloon payment. Settle the loan before 30 November 2021 and enter the draw to win a $1,000 fuel gift voucher. T&Cs apply.
Latitude Personal Loan (Secured)
From 5.99% (fixed)
1 to 7 years
Loans under $5000 - $140
You'll receive a fixed rate between 5.99% p.a. and 21.99% p.a. based on your risk profile
Lock in a competitive fixed rate when you offer security. Loan can be used for any purpose and repayments are flexible. You can check your interest rate before applying with no impact to your credit score.
Wisr Secured Car Loan
From 5.19% (fixed)
3 to 7 years
$195 (Includes PPSR registration and private sale fee, if applicable)
You'll receive a personalised interest rate from 5.19% p.a. to 17.69% p.a. based on your risk profile
A flexible car loan from $5,000 - $50,000 with personalised rates and rewards for strong credit customers.

NRMA New Car Loan
From 4.99% (fixed)
1 to 7 years
You'll receive a fixed rate from 4.99% p. a.
Purchase a new or used car up to 2 years old and benefit from a fixed rate and no monthly fees. Pre-approval available within 5 business hours.
Plenti Car Loan
From 4.89% (fixed)
3 to 7 years
from $249 to $799
You'll receive a fixed rate from 4.89% p.a.
Borrow up to $100,000 with a Plenti Car Loan and benefit from no early repayment or exit fees.
Credit Concierge Car Loan
From 3.99% (fixed)
1 to 7 years
You'll receive a fixed rate of 3.99% p.a. with a comparison rate of 5.08% p.a.
Get access to over 20 providers to fund a new or used car.

Stratton Finance New Car Loan
From 4.05% (fixed)
3 to 7 years
You'll receive a fixed rate from 4.05% p.a. depending on the lender you are approved with
Apply for up to $250,000 and use cash or trade in a vehicle to use as a deposit. Optional balloon payment available.
NRMA Used Car Loan
From 6.49% (fixed)
1 to 7 years
You'll receive a fixed rate from 6.49% p.a.
Finance a used car with NRMA and benefit from a fixed rate term and no monthly fees. Pre-approval available within 5 business hours.
SocietyOne Car Loan
From 6.99% (fixed)
2 to 5 years
from 0% to 5% of the total loan amount
You'll receive a fixed rate between 6.99% p.a. and 20.49% p.a. based on your risk profile
A loan from $5,000 to use for a range of purposes. Benefit from no ongoing fees and no early repayment fee.
Driva Car Loan
From 3.95% (fixed)
1 to 7 years
$295 (Varies by lender, starting from $295)
You'll receive a fixed rate from 3.95% p.a.
Borrow up to $250,000 with loan terms from 1 to 7 years. Get access to a range of lenders.

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Hyundai i30: Specs and pricing

Hyundai's i30 is in a pretty rare corner of the hatchback market, in that there's a model for everyone. The everyday i30 Go is well-priced and even has some frills, while the i30 Premium and N Line Premium are luxurious hatch models. Then, for those who really want something that gets the pulse racing, there's the i30 N hot hatch. It's a range that's unmatched in versatility by close rivals Toyota and Mazda.

There are seven trims on sale in Australia, from the i30 Go, which has a drive-away cost of just $20,990, right up to the all-out i30 N performance model for $44,588.30.

Hyundai i30 engine options

Engine and transmissions

Buyers can choose an i30 with one of four engines. There's a 2.0-litre, four-pot petrol, a 1.6-litre turbo, four-banger diesel or a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol. Finally, for the i30N, Hyundai bolted on a twin scrolling turbo to a 2.0-litre petrol.

Transmission wise, you can go for a six-speed manual, six-speed auto with sequential manual or a seven-speed dry, dual-clutch auto. Something that's pretty fun, the hot hatch gets an old-school six-speed manual.

Here's a brief rundown of the Hyundai i30 Australia range.

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Hyundai i30 Go

The wallet-friendly Hyundai i30 Go sells from $20,990. You might be forgiven for thinking that at that kind of money, you're not going to get a lot of equipment, but you're wrong. It's also nice to have the choice of all engines on this model.

Standard features encompass the following:

  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • 8-inch touchscreen
  • AUX/USB input with iPod connectivity
  • Cloth seating
  • Hyundai Auto Link smartphone app connectivity
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • Auto-dusk sensing headlights with escort and welcome function
  • Heated exterior mirrors
  • 16-inch steel wheels

Standard i30 safety specs:

  • Rear-view camera
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Seven airbags
  • Electronic stability control (ESC), with anti-lock braking system (ABS), brake assist system (BAS), electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), hill-start assist control (HAC), traction control system (TCS) and vehicle stability management (VSM)

Hyundai i30 Active hatch

Hyundai i30 Active

Starting at a drive-away cost of $22,990, Hyundai outfits the i30 Active with extra tech and comforts, including the following:

  • 16-inch alloy wheels
  • 8-inch touchscreen, with sat-nav and live traffic updates
  • Digital radio (DAB+)
  • Rear seat centre folding armrest (with cup holders)
  • Leather-appointed steering wheel and gear knob
  • Electric folding side mirrors
  • Wing mirror LED side indicators

Additional safety assists:

  • Parking distance warning - reverse (PDW-R)

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Hyundai i30 Elite

There are a lot more refinements on the $31,507 Elite i30.

  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Electronic parking brake
  • Qi standard wireless smartphone charging
  • Satin chrome window moulding
  • Dual-zone climate control (with auto defogging)
  • Smart keys with push-button starting
  • 4.2-inch colour supervision cluster
  • Deluxe centre console
  • Rear cooling vents

Extra safety tech on the i30 Elite:

  • Hyundai SmartSense:
    • Forward collision-avoidance assist (FCA)
    • Blind-spot collision warning (BCW)
    • Driver attention warning (DAW)
    • Lane keeping assist - line (LKA-L)
    • Rear cross-traffic collision warning (RCCW)
    • Smart cruise control with stop & go

Hyundai i30 Premium hatch in Phantom Black

Hyundai i30 Premium

The i30 Premium commands a drive-away price of $36,657. However, you do receive quite a substantial number of additions over the Elite model:

  • Solar control glass
  • Heated and ventilated front seats
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Power-adjustable driver's seat
  • Seven-speaker premium sound system from Infinity
  • Hyundai Auto Link Premium

Hyundai Auto Link Premium edition with remote starting, air-conditioning controls and more

  • LED rear combination lights
  • LED headlamps and front indicators
Hyundai i30 N Line in Foery Red

Hyundai i30 N Line

The N Line models are quite unique in the i30 stable, so we've put them together here. The i30 N Line gets some of the full-fat performance hatch features, from $30,168. It's like a skim milk version of the N.

Features include the following:

  • 8-inch touchscreen with sat-nav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Wireless smartphone charging
  • Dual-zone climate control with auto defogging
  • Smart key with push-button start
  • Leather upholstered seats with contrasting red stitching
  • Sports front seats
  • N sports steering wheel with gear lever knob
  • N Dark Metal painted inserts
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • 4.2-inch colour supervision cluster
  • Rear cooling vents (DCT only)
  • Deluxe centre console (DCT)
  • Red seatbelts
  • Paddle shifters (on DCT only)
  • Hyundai Auto Link
  • N Line 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres
  • Dual exhaust tips
  • Black bezel headlights
  • N Line exterior body kit
  • N Line badging and black mirror caps
  • LED rear combination lamps

Safety assists:

  • Hyundai SmartSense (DCT only):
    • Forward collision-avoidance assist (FCA)
    • Driver attention warning (DAW)
    • Lane keeping assist - line (LKA-L)
    • Smart cruise control w/ stop & go

Hyundai I30 N Line Premium in Lava Orange

Hyundai i30 N Line Premium

If the N Line was skim milk, this is low fat. For the N Line Premium, you'll pay $38,923. Highlights include the following:

  • Heated and ventilated front seats
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
  • Power outlet in boot
  • Power-adjustable driver's seat
  • Panoramic glass sunroof
  • Sun visor extensions
  • Hyundai Auto Link Premium
  • Seven-speaker Infinity premium sound system
  • LED headlamps with front indicators


  • Parking distance warning - front (PDW-F)

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Hyundai i30 N

Here we have the whole milk hot hatch. The drive-away price is $44,588.30. The main attraction for buyers will no doubt be the raspy, and most powerful i30 engine, which summons 202kW and 353Nm (up to 378Nm on overboost).

  • Performance brake package
  • Electro-mechanical limited slip differential
  • Electronically controlled suspension
  • Active variable exhaust system
  • Launch control
  • Rev matching
  • N race computer
  • N drive mode system
  • Full-body styling package
  • 19-inch alloys
  • Pirelli P-Zero HN tyres
  • LED headlamps and taillights
  • LED daytime running lamps
  • 8-inch touchscreen with sat-nav, Suna live traffic updates
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Digital radio (DAB+)
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Dual-zone with auto defog function
  • Alloy pedals
  • N unique sports front seats
  • Rear chassis stiffener brace
  • Extendable driver's seat thigh support
  • Power windows
  • Cruise control

Safety on the i30 N

  • Hyundai SmartSense
    • Forward collision-avoidance assist (FCA) - city and urban
    • Driver attention warning (DAW)
    • Lane keeping assist - line (LKA-L)
  • Rear-view camera
  • Parking distance warning - reverse (PDW-R)
  • Automatic dusk sensing headlamps
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Seven airbags
Want to know more about the Hyundai i30?

Read our detailed Hyundai i30 comparison review, where we combine the findings of five motoring experts to save you time. Alex Jeffs, our car reviewer got to test the 2019 Hyundai i30 N. We've also published a guide covering everything you need to know about the i30 range.

Why buy a Hyundai i30?

There are dozens of hatchbacks on the market and there are several highly-rated options to choose from. Here are the key reasons why the i30 deserves your closer inspection:

  • The i30 is reportedly assembled to a high quality
  • Wide-ranging model line-up with an i30 for most drivers
  • Competitive pricing
  • A proper hot hatch
  • Great to drive
  • Comfortable
  • Comprehensive standard safety features
  • Aussie localisation program for suspension
  • Seven-year warranty
  • Award winning
  • Modern styling

Understand car loans in 30 seconds

Here's our ideal car loan checklist:

  • Competitive interest rate (the lower, the better)
  • Small to no application fees
  • No monthly or annual fees
  • Affordable monthly repayments
  • Some payment flexibility - the option to pay back extra as desired

The more of those boxes you tick, the nearer you'll be to a perfect car loan.

How to compare car loans for the Hyundai i30

There are several ways to finance a car purchase. In this section, we're mainly focussing on secured and unsecured car loans.

Secured car loans

Secured car loans generally have lower interest rates than unsecured ones. That's because lenders can register an interest in your car, using it as security against the loan. That means, if you stop paying for your loan, they can recover the vehicle. That's how they manage to offer more enticing car loan interest rates. However, there is a downside. You can't use the borrowed money on anything else other than the car purchase, ruling out paying for on-road costs and unrelated miscellaneous items.

Unsecured car loan

Need to use some of the money you're borrowing for other purchases, unrelated to your car purchase? Not totally happy with your car having a registered security interest placed over it? Then an unsecured car loan might be the better option for you. With these loans, you have more freedom to spend the funds on what you'd like, including the car.

The downside is that you'll pay higher rates of interest. That's because there's an increased perceived level of risk for lenders. That means overall, when looking at two comparable loans, a secured and an unsecured one, the secured car loan will cost you less over time (in interest).

You must factor in all costs to get the true final total of your car loan, and you'll need to include things like the application/processing fee, monthly charges and interest.

Using our car loan comparison tool

Our car loan comparison tool is designed to be super easy and quick to use. All you need to do is find out how much the model you're looking to purchase retails for, enter the figure into the "Loan Amount" box and select the period or term you'd like to borrow the money for. Hit the orange calculate button and you're done, now you just need to select a loan that fits your budget.

If you find the loans seem a little out of your league, try extending the loan term. The longer you take to repay, the less each monthly payment will be. This does come at the expense of having to pay interest back over a longer period, meaning you'll be charged more. However, it can make a big difference to monthly outgoings. Repaying $30,000 over 6 years could cost around $500 per month, while the monthly payment over a term of 3 years is almost double.

Don't worry if you're finding car loans confusing. We've published a simple, easy-to-understand car loans guide.

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IMB New Car Loan

You'll receive a fixed rate of 4.99% p.a.
A low minimum borrowing amount of $2,000 that you can use to purchase a new car or one up to two years old.

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Beyond Bank Low Rate Car Loan "Special Offer"

You'll receive a fixed rate of 4.69% p.a.
Take advantage of a competitive rate, pre-approval and no early repayment fees when you finance a car under two years old.

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RACV New Car Loans

You'll receive a fixed rate from 4.99% p.a.
A larger loan of $5,000 or more to help you buy a new or used car. 5-hour pre approval available and no ongoing fees.

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NRMA New Car Loan

You'll receive a fixed rate of 4.99% p.a.
Purchase a new or used car up to 2 years old and benefit from a fixed rate and no monthly fees. Pre-approval available within 5 business hours.

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