Hyundai i30 Fastback. Moose test. On the first attempt, which we did at an entrance speed of 77 km/h with the driver still not knowing how the car would react on this test, the i30 Fastback behaved progressively. It was easy to guide the car safely due to the predictable movements of the body. We did not manage to complete the test without moving cones, but the car performed with average nimbleness and we felt a good level of control over the manoeuvre. The highest entrance speed at which we passed the test was 75 km/h, an average value when compared to similar cars. With the 5 door i30, we succeeded at 76 km/h, but that car suffered from oversteer, which has not appeared while performing this test with the i30 Fastback. On this occasion, the ESC worked effectively and the car had more neutral reactions when the tires got to their limit of grip. On other attempts that we made at higher entrance speeds, of up to 79 km/h, the car reacted similarly. The driver always felt in control of the situation, although we would have liked a bit more help from the ESC to help keep the desired path. The body roll was noticeable. Slalom On the slalom the i30 Fastback changes direction smoothly and with average nimbleness. The body roll is moderate and the steering, which is quite soft, does not provide much information about the grip level of the tires.