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Hyundai has transformed itself from a maker of oddball hatchbacks that sold in small numbers in the UK, to a major rival to the likes of Ford, Vauxhall and Volkswagen.

The Korean firm’s Ioniq Hybrid is particularly impress..

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Hyundai Bayon

2021 - present

A decent small SUV but one without any class-leading...

Hyundai Ioniq

2019 - present

The hybrid version of the Hyundai Ioniq is a credibl...

Hyundai Ioniq 5

2021 - present

Fast, good to drive and roomy – a thoroughly recommendabl...

Hyundai Kona

2021 - present

Not without its virtues, but the Kona isn't a great all-r...

Hyundai Kona Electric

Offers an exceptionally long range between charges but is...

Hyundai Kona N

2021 - present

Engaging to drive and guaranteed to make you smile

Hyundai Nexo

2019 - present

There's no doubt the Nexo packs some serious green credentials...

Hyundai Santa Fe

2021 - present

A brilliant seven-seat SUV, particularly in its cheaper f...

Hyundai Tucson

2020 - present

A spacious family SUV with the option of a frugal petrol hybri...

Hyundai i10

2020 - present

Spacious, quiet, comfortable and good value on PCP financ...

Hyundai i20

2020 - present

Roomy and decent to drive, but there are better all-round...

Hyundai i20N

2021 - present

Perky performance and nicely balanced handling

Hyundai i30

2020 - present

Decent in areas but soundly beaten overall by better cars like...

Hyundai i30 Fastback

2020 - present

Despite average dynamics and sedate performance, the i30 Fastb...

Hyundai i30 Tourer

2020 - present

Bland handling and average performance, but importantly the i3...

Hyundai i30N

A well-equipped, great value hot hatch that will really put a...

Hyundai i40

The i40 is showing its age; it’s neither great to drive nor lu...

Hyundai i40 Tourer

A well-equipped estate with decent space, but there are altern...


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Hyundai has transformed itself from a maker of oddball hatchbacks that sold in small numbers in the UK, to a major rival to the likes of Ford, Vauxhall and Volkswagen.

The Korean firm’s Ioniq Hybrid is particularly impressive, having beaten the trend-setting Toyota Prius when we tested the cars back to back.

Meanwhile, at the extremes of the Hyundai range you find the tiny i10 city car – a four-time What Car? award winner – and the stylish yet family-friendly Santa Fe SUV.

As a bonus, all of these cars come with the reassurance of a five-year, unlimited-mileage warranty, whereas most of Hyundai’s rivals offer only three years and 60,000 miles of cover.


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