The N-Line trim is just that, a trim package. It was added to replace the "Sport" or "SR" label depending on what part of the world you're in. The idea is that it will create some further differentiation between the base model and the sportier models in the range.
Think of it like Audi's S-Line or VW's R-Line... Or heck, even Kia have the GT-Line
In Australia we have the i30N which is a very different (read: better) car... They're not sending that to the US, instead you guys are getting the Veloster N, which we won't get here in Australia
I may have mentioned at some point that I was going to get an Elantra GT N-Line.
Well, here we are are. Saw a used '18 Elantra GT Sport at my local dealer, but when I got there, I decided I wasn't going to compromise again. I wanted the N-Line, so I got it. Fully loaded.
It came down to this...
I feel it's been a bit too quiet lately, and doesn't appear that a lot of news gets posted here. So here's something to whet the whistle on the i30/EGT facelift:
First post on the Hyundai forums for a first time Hyundai owner!
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