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Hyundai Boot Space

When it comes to buying a new car, there are certain considerations to make when it comes to choosing which model is best for you. Just because the car has larger dimensions, doesn’t mean the boot size is larger than other smaller models.

Why consider the boot size of a car?

There are certain reasons you may need to consider the boot size when the time comes to upgrade your car.

You have children

If you have young children, you will know all too well that you will need to accommodate a pushchair or pram when you are out and about as well as the car having ISOFIX points for safety.

With babies, there’s even more stuff to carry, including spare clothing, nappies, bottles and toys to keep them occupied during your trip. If you are heading away for longer than a day, there will be a travel cot and luggage bags to accommodate too.

I30 Tourer Boot Space

You have pets

If you have a dog, they will often travel with you in the car, but if you want to protect your interior, you may want to keep them secure in a cage which fits into the boot of your car.

Depending on the size of your dog, you may find the cage takes up quite a lot of space in the boot, so it’s important that your boot is big enough for this purpose.

You have a hobby

You will know all too well that your hobby often comes with a wide range of equipment that you may need to transport from time to time.

If you have an outdoor hobby such as golf, football or any kind of water sports, you will need enough boot space to accommodate your equipment – you don’t want muddy boots on the interior of your car!

You travel regularly for work

Being on the road for work can often feel like you are living out of your car or your hotel room. Having enough boot space to accommodate plenty of luggage and work gear is important to keeping a tidy mind. Not only this, but it also keeps items out of sight whilst you are staying away, so you don’t have to empty your car every evening (we recommend taking valuables with you).

You take regular staycations

Whether you go away for a weekend or for a week at a time, you will need a large enough boot so you can take plenty of luggage, including clean clothing, toiletries, entertainment equipment and emergency kit.

How do Hyundai boot sizes compare?

Hyundai Model

Boot Space

Hyundai i10

252 litres

Hyundai i20

352 litres

Hyundai i20N

326 litres

Hyundai i30

395 litres

Hyundai i30 Tourer

602 litres

Hyundai i30 Fastback

450 litres

Hyundai i30N

395 litres

Hyundai IONIQ 5

524 litres

Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid

443 litres

Hyundai IONIQ Plug In

342 litres

Hyundai IONIQ Electric

357 litres

Hyundai Kona

374 litres

Hyundai Kona N

361 litres

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

374 litres

Hyundai Kona Electric

332 litres

Hyundai Tucson

513 litres

Hyundai Santa Fe

571 litres

Hyundai Nexo

471 litres


The Hyundai with the largest boot capacity is the Hyundai Santa Fe which offers 571 litres of boot space, shortly followed by the Hyundai Tucscon which as 513 liters of boot space. The model that offers the smallest amount of boot space is the Hyundai i10 which has 252 litre boot space, although it is primarily suited to city environments anyway.

If you would like to come and see any of the Hyundai cars for yourself, you can visit Everton Garage in Lymington to arrange a test drive.

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