Hyundai has updated its i30 range for 2010, and is making its Intelligent Stop & Go technology (ISG) (earlier post) available as an option on all i30 models with manual transmission, giving improvements in fuel economy of up to 10 percent on the hatchback and 14 percent on the Estate. Hyundai had been offering the stop-start system from Bosch on the i30 blue model.
A new model in the range—named Classic—will be the new entry level i30, available with a 1.4-liter gasoline engine and a new 1.6-liter CRDi diesel with 90 PS (89 hp, 66 kW).
Adding ISG drops CO2 emissions of the new Classic 1.6 CRDi 90PS from 115 to 110 g/km. The CO2 emissions of the Comfort 1.6 CRDi 115PS Estate drop from 124 to 119 g/km.