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  • Hyundai I30 Hatchback
    4.2 out of 5 - 44 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The Hyundai i30 has recently reached 1 million sales units worldwide, which is a testament to its popularity. Launched in 2007, the latest versions have spacious, comfortable interiors and low emissions at a decent price. Build quality puts some more expensive competitors in the shade. Prices are not as low as they once were, but quality is higher to compensate. Standard equipment includes masses of safety features such as active head restraints, front and rear curtain airbags and seatbelt pre-tensioners, all items usually found in much higher-end vehicles. Well worth a look. Apost Right
  • Hyundai I10 Hatchback
    4.2 out of 5 - 32 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The i10 is the baby of the range, but packs a lot of features for little money. All models have air-con as standard, good safety kit and decent interior room for a Supermini. It is an ideal first (or last) car due to low insurance, road-tax and keen running costs. The automatic option is good value for money too. Apost Right
  • Hyundai I20 Hatchback
    4.2 out of 5 - 30 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The i20ís recent makeover gives it a more modern look, which is needed in the ultra-competitive small car sector. Long warranties and low prices have been synonymous with Hyundai for a few years now. Cars like the i20 now have to sharpen their game in the kerb appeal stakes, and this recent iteration certainly goes some way towards that. A larger boot, better road manners and much more modern styling help the i20 stand out from its smaller sibling. Apost Right
  • Hyundai Ix35 4x4
    4.2 out of 5 - 36 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left Medium-sized SUV cars are all the rage at the moment, whether it be an Evoque or an Audi Q5, there is plenty to choose from. Lucky for Hyundai, with such fierce competition, that the iX35 has some ammunition to fight these premium marques. Prices are keen and start from around half the price of the above. Latest versions have ditched the questionable styling and look a great buy. A new Hydrogen-powered version is being mooted. Apost Right
  • Hyundai I40 Estate
    4.2 out of 5 - 22 Ratings
    Overview
  • Hyundai I30 Estate
    4.2 out of 5 - 44 Ratings
    Overview
  • Hyundai I40 Saloon
    4.2 out of 5 - 22 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The i40 is a large saloon or estate that is a Ford Mondeo or 3-Series rival. Whilst BMW will not yet taking the Hyundai threat seriously, mass-market brands like Ford, Citroen and Vauxhall have every right to feel threatened by Hyundaiís foray into the middle ground of large family cars. Nice touches like ventilated front seats are usually found on cars of much higher value, and it is these touches that make it a nice car to be sat in. Residual values not as strong as many though. Apost Right
  • Hyundai Santa Fe 4x4
    4.1 out of 5 - 46 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The Hyundai Santa Fe is the brandís up-market SUV. With seating for up to 7 people, the car performs well as a people and load carrier. Owners like them for their space, practicality and economy. Recently re-designed with a more premium feel, and with a high NCAP rating the Santa Fe ticks a lot of Ďgreat family carí boxes. Apost Right
  • Hyundai I800 Mpv
    3.0 out of 5 - 1 Rating
    Overview
  • Hyundai Veloster Hatchback
    3.9 out of 5 - 3 Ratings
    Overview
  • Hyundai I30 Mpv
    4.2 out of 5 - 44 Ratings
    Overview
  • Hyundai I10 Supermini
    4.2 out of 5 - 32 Ratings
    Overview
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