BY TIM NICHOLSON | 16th Aug 2012
KOREAN car-makers have made huge strides in recent years in terms of design and execution, with the second generation of the Hyundai i30 a shining example of a car that genuinely challenges the established Japanese brands.

While most previous Korean small cars felt like cheaper imitations of more premium rivals, the latest i30 looks, feels, drives and rides like a car you would be happy to have parked in your driveway.
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