Rate this reply, 120D is awesome for me, just had such an appeal to the i30N which you can understand. I will keep the i30N for a dream car in the future .The i30N Performance is definitely not a car you should get if mpg is something you are going to worry about. I am pretty good at driving efficiently and I get about 27/28. That's mainly B/A road driving. No motorway. If I were you I would keep what you have for now, a 120d puts out about 180/190bhp if I'm not wrong, for a young lad that needs to save up that isn't too bad a motor. Don't buy something you will regret abit down the line. Or why don't you think about getting another derv car with abit more power?
Rate this reply, 120D is awesome for me, just had such an appeal to the i30N which you can understand. I will keep the i30N for a dream car in the future .
You're right. Looking at Hyundai promotion material from the time I purchased the car, it says 8.3L/100km = 28.34 U.S. MPGWith respect to actual fuel economy, the standard economy ratings are pretty close to what drivers can expect overall for both ghe VN and i30N.