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Solid - Engine red
This sporty shade of Engine Red is the only no-cost colour option available on the Hyundai i30, but that’s certainly no bad thing. It contrasts very nicely against some of the family hatchback’s darker exterior elements, lending the i30 a distinctly athletic look. It’s not the most conservative colour you could opt for, mind, which might affect its residual value when the time to sell comes around.
Special solid - Atlas white
As popular as white cars are, you might find this particular shade of Atlas White to be a bit too plain-Jane when applied to the i30. It still looks tidy enough, and it contrasts nicely against the car’s grille and window surrounds, but it’s not the most vibrant colour you could opt for. It’ll be a bit of a pain to keep looking clean and fresh come winter time, too.
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Metallic - Amazon Grey
This deep shade of Amazon Grey really lends the i30 a classy, understated look that should prove popular on the used market. With a metallic finish, it’ll look impressively tidy when exposed to direct sunlight, and it shouldn’t prove too difficult to keep looking clean come winter. If you want your i30 to stand out, however, it might not be the colour you want to go for.
Metallic - Dark teal
This rich shade of blue works a treat when applied to the i30. Dark Teal features some very subtle but classy green undertones, and with a metallic finish it’ll look particularly attractive on a bright, sunny day. Blue cars tend to hold their value well, too - so selling the car on shouldn’t prove to be a difficult endeavour.
Metallic - Shimmering Silver
Although Shimmering Silver might be one of the more conservative colour options you could go for with your i30, if you want a car that’ll do a good job of obscuring any road dirt that you pick up on your travels it makes for a smart choice. As far as residual values are concerned, it’ll likely perform well too - and that’s never a bad thing.
Metallic - Silky bronze
Silky Bronze is one of the more left-field colours you can choose for your i30. This deep, metallic brown will look excellent when exposed to direct sunlight, but it’s unlikely to be quite to everyone’s tastes, which might affect its residual values. Still, it’s unlikely that you’ll have to spend a huge amount of time keeping it clean, as grime and mud will be more easily obscured here than if you opted for more traditional colours such as black or white.
Pearl - Dark knight grey
This moody shade of Dark Knight Grey is very nearly almost black in colour, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s a conservative colour choice for sure, but it lends the i30 a pretty classy look. With a pearl-effect finish, it’ll look particularly snazzy when the sun comes out too, and should prove to be popular among second-hand car buyers.
Pearl - Phantom black
While Phantom Black will likely be a pretty safe bet as far as maintaining the i30’s residual values are concerned, it does swallow up a fair amount of the car’s more interesting design lines. That said, it still makes for a classy, understated look - just be prepared to put a bit of extra work in over winter if you want to keep it looking clean and fresh.
Pearl - Serenity white
With a stunning pearl-effect finish, Serenity White will look pretty snazzy when the sun comes out. With subtle undertones of grey and silver, it’s a slightly deeper shade of white than the solid Arctic White option too. As with that more affordable colour option, however, you could find the process of keeping it clean in winter months to be a bit of a tricky process.
Pearl - Sunset red
Sunset Red is arguably one of the most attractive exterior colour options you could go for on the i30. As with the no-cost Engine Red colour, it lends the family hatchback an appealingly sporty look, and with a pearl-effect finish it’ll look fantastic when exposed to direct sunlight. That said, as far as residual values are concerned, it might not perform as well as traditional options like grey or silver.
Special solid - Shadow grey
You’ll have to select the N Line trim level if you want to option this flat shade of Shadow Grey on your i30, but it’s unlikely that you’ll be disappointed with the result. Coupled with this model’s more aggressive bodykit and wheel choice, Shadow Grey leaves the i30 looking properly athletic - something that’ll no doubt help it carry a fair bit of appeal on the used market.