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Old 09-20-2009, 10:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Long story short, I'm thinking of cancelling my order for an i20 and ordering an i30, have the delivery of these been any quicker than the i10's & i20's ??
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Old 09-20-2009, 11:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Long story short, I'm thinking of cancelling my order for an i20 and ordering an i30, have the delivery of these been any quicker than the i10's & i20's ??
The i30 is a much superior vehicle, my daughter swapped her i20 style cdi for an i30 comfort crdi, this now has a six speed box and the updated engine, road tax is now only 35 a year she's absolutley delighted with it, ordered it mid July picked it up 9th Sept!!

Gazza!!!
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Old 09-25-2009, 05:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I ordered my I30 last week and get it next wednesday.

The dealer Had an order in for 5 with only 3 taken so I took the available blue.

An order for one with specific upgrades would have been 6 weeks but the I30 is fully loaded anyway. With 3.5k scrappage it's a cracking deal
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Old 09-26-2009, 11:41 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I pick up my new I30ES on tuesday and that will be after a 14 week wait, but it will be worth it
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Old 09-27-2009, 05:57 AM   #6 (permalink)
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QUOTE (bizzay1 @ Sep 20 2009, 09:50 AM)
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Long story short, I'm thinking of cancelling my order for an i20 and ordering an i30, have the delivery of these been any quicker than the i10's & i20's ??

i was considering canceling my i20 and sticking with the current car until new year but honest john from the daily express changed my mind and told me to sit it out.
i went to my dealers yesterday the woman who took the order said i30's are as bad as ii10 and i20's and i read in the i30 forum that someone was up to 3 months as they had run out of parts to build he's car.
i'd love to know where the 2400 cars that are being built in india are going if they devoted 1 day a week to uk sails that 20thousand cars a month but they can't be producing even that amount for us because theres still a massive back log and its getting longer all the time if you had to order now across all 3 models in the i range my dealer said yesterday delivery was earliest mid to late january.
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i was considering canceling my i20 and sticking with the current car until new year but honest john from the daily express changed my mind and told me to sit it out.
i went to my dealers yesterday the woman who took the order said i30's are as bad as ii10 and i20's and i read in the i30 forum that someone was up to 3 months as they had run out of parts to build he's car.
i'd love to know where the 2400 cars that are being built in india are going if they devoted 1 day a week to uk sails that 20thousand cars a month but they can't be producing even that amount for us because theres still a massive back log and its getting longer all the time if you had to order now across all 3 models in the i range my dealer said yesterday delivery was earliest mid to late january.

Ordered i30 on 27/09 with small deposit-drove it away 30/09. Cant say quicker than that. Must admit i did order the 1.4 comfort in vivid blue-must have timed it right for the delivery.
I did want an i20 comfort 5 dr with black interior in the blue but i was told by 4 or 5 different suppliers throughout the UK that it would be around mid Nov or Dec for delivery.
No regrets and cannot fault the garage or the salesman.
(I did have a tear in my eye and said a little good bye and a gentle pat for the old car. I even asked the salesman to take care when he drove it around the corner and asked him to treat it well-how said is that?)
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Old 10-17-2009, 03:48 AM   #8 (permalink)
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somewhere on the i30 forum someone asked how the cars got to tilbury only through sheer luck and one of my mates spotting them at dover did i work it out the drive them over on car transporters from where they are made.
so the bad news is you can't follow them on boats............
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QUOTE (noosantafe @ Sep 20 2009, 10:24 AM)
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The i30 is a much superior vehicle, my daughter swapped her i20 style cdi for an i30 comfort crdi, this now has a six speed box and the updated engine, road tax is now only 35 a year she's absolutley delighted with it, ordered it mid July picked it up 9th Sept!!

Gazza!!!
i was decided to get my own i20 lately from Fabtech,,good thing i read this thread,,im gonna get an i30 though..
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The i30 is a much superior vehicle, my daughter swapped her i20 style cdi for an i30 comfort crdi, this now has a six speed box and the updated engine, road tax is now only 35 a year she's absolutley delighted with it, ordered it mid July picked it up 9th Sept!!

Gazza!!!
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