Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i

Hyundai i30 2010 1.6 petrol description

Hatchback Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i has been produced from January, 2011 to January, 2012. It has four-cylinder petrol engine with displacement of 1.6 litres, which produces power of 126 horsepower on 6300 rpm - this is the most powerfull Hyundai i30 2010 - 2012 version and torque 157 Nm (Newton metres) on 4200 revolutions per minute.

This 4-cylinder 16-valve engine camshaft is driven by chain (What is an engine chain and belt? ). Engine has fuel injection system without turbocharger. Engine versions compliant with Euro 4 and Euro 5 emission standards available. Average engine life expectancy (mileage before serious repairs are needed) is from 180 000 to 300 000 kilometres. It is important to remember that engine life is highly dependent on regular maintenance and the quality of the oils and fuels used.
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Overall, the engine is reliable and not very demanding on fuel quality. Fuel injectors tend to  ...  This Hyundai i30 1.6 engine oil type is 0W-30, 5W-30 and oil capacity is 3.7 litres.

Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i has front wheel drive (FWD) and manual gearbox with 5 gears.
Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i accelerates to speed 100 kilometres per hour in 11 seconds. The maximum speed of this car is 192 km/h.

The fuel consumption of this Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i in combined mode (combining urban and highway driving) is 5.9 litres per 100km (16.9 km/l), city fuel economy - 7.1 l/100km, fuel consumption on highway - 5.3 l/100km. Fuel tank capacity is 53 litres or 14 gallons, which means you'll be able to drive up to 880 kilometers without refueling in urban cycle and even up to 1000 kilometers on highway.
According to user reviews, this Hyundai real everyday fuel consumption is 7.6 litres per 100 km, which is 29% more than the manufacturer's stated. More - Real Hyundai i30 fuel consumption.

With the same engine there is also Hyundai i30 version with automatic gearbox (Hyundai i30 2011 1.6i AT) available, which is more sluggish, reaching 100 km/h 1.1 seconds later (in 12.1 seconds), but manufacturer's fuel consumption is higher by 1 litres per 100 km or 17 % - 6.9 litres per 100 km.
Hyundai i30 2010

Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i technical data

Model: Hyundai i30 1.6i
Body style: Hatchback
Production period: 2011. January ... 2012. January 
Engine: 1591 cm3 Petrol, 4 cylinders CO2 emissions: 139 g/km
Power: 126 HP ON 6300 RPM Torque: 157 NM ON 4200 RPM
Gearbox: Manual gearbox (5 gears) Drive type: Front wheel drive (FWD)
Maximum speed: 192 km/h Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 11.0 seconds
Fuel consumption (l/100km): 5.9 (combined) 7.1 (urban) 5.3 (highway)
Real fuel consumption: 7.6 l/100km (30.9 MPG) by user reviews from various sources
Fuel tank capacity: 53 litres (14 gallons)
Car dimensions: 4.28m (length) 1.78m (width) 1.48m (height)
Turning diameter: 10.2 meters
Trunk capacity: 340 litres
Trunk max capacity: 1250 litres (with rear seats folded down)
Gross weight: 1720 kg

Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i engine G4FC

Engine reliability and common problems:

Overall, the engine is reliable and not very demanding on fuel quality. Fuel injectors tend to be noisy. Timing chain resource is relatively low.
Overall, this engine can last around 180,000 to 300,000 km if properly maintained, using the correct quality oil and fuel, and carrying out regular checks and maintenance.
Engine displacement 1591 cm3
Number of cylinders 4
Bore (cylinder diameter) 77 mm
Stroke length (piston move) 85.4 mm
Compression ratio 10.5 : 1
Camshaft drive Timing chain

Chain motors are considered more reliable, chain replacement usually is required less often than a timing belt, but they are often louder and vibrate more.

Timing chain change interval 180,000 km (recommended)

Sometimes manufacturers do not specify timing chain replacement intervals and design chains for engine life. However, once the recommended change interval has been reached, it is recommended to periodically check the condition of the chain and to change the chain if excessive stretching is detected or if unusual noises from the engine or other symptoms occur.

Fuel system Injection
Hyundai i30 2010 1.6i oil type 0W-30, 5W-30
Oil capacity 3.7 litres (3.9 quarts)
Power 120 - 128 HP ON 6300 RPM
Torque 154 - 158 NM ON 4200 RPM
Start of production (year) 2006
Duration of production 17 years
Engine also used on Kia Ceed Hyundai Elantra Hyundai Accent Kia RIO and 5 other models

Generally, the use of an engine in several models and its long production run is an indication of the quality of the engine and the success of its design.

All Hyundai i30 hatchback [2010 - 2012] modifications

Modification Engine Power Consumption Gearbox
Hyundai i30 2010 1.4i Jan 2010 — Jan 2012

Most fuel efficient petrol version

1.4 Petrol 109 HP 5.8 l/100km Manual (5)
Hyundai i30 2011 1.6i Jan 2011 — Jan 2012

Most dynamic version - 100 km/h in 11 seconds

1.6 Petrol 126 HP 5.9 l/100km Manual (5)
Hyundai i30 2011 1.6i Jan 2011 — Jan 2012

Most powerfull petrol version (126 HP)

1.6 Petrol 126 HP 6.9 l/100km Automatic (4)
Hyundai i30 2010 1.6 CRDi

Most fuel efficient diesel version

1.6 Diesel 90 HP 4.4 l/100km Manual (6)
Hyundai i30 2010 1.6 CRDi Jan 2010 — Jan 2012

Most powerfull diesel version (115 HP)
Most fuel efficient diesel version

1.6 Diesel 115 HP 4.4 l/100km Manual (6)
Hyundai i30 2010 1.6 CRDi Jan 2010 — Jan 2012

Most powerfull diesel version (115 HP)

1.6 Diesel 115 HP 5.7 l/100km Automatic (4)
Hyundai i30 2010 reviews
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