Good: Cheap to own. All models have aircon, five seatbelts and flat folding rear seats. Rides and handles quite well for its size. 99g/km Blue model from early 2011.
Bad: Clutch and headlight adjustor motor problems took a long time for Hyundai to solve. 1.1-litre best avoided.
Good: Stylish, well-made and good quality interior. Roomier and more mature than its predecessor. Very refined for a small car. Handles well and good to drive.
Bad: Perhaps lacks the character of some of its rivals
Good: Easy to drive and refined. Very well built. Five-year warranty as standard. Neat and tidy styling. Decent room in the back seat. Good economy from entry-level 1.2-litre.
Bad: Lacks character. Base models feel a little sparse and cheap inside. Seats lack long-distance comfort.
Good: Looks more distinctive than original model. High quality interior. Very efficient engines. Excellent steering ride and handling on 15-inch wheels.
Bad: Steering lacks feel on bigger 16-inch wheels and worse still on 17-inch wheels.
Good: New estate version of i30. Maximum bootspace of more than 1600-litres.
Bad: Not on sale until late 2012.
Good: Quality look and feel inside. Neatly styled. Low CO2 engines. Well equipped and good value.
Bad: Some criticism of steering feel. More practical Tourer version makes more sense.
Good: Distinctive and attractive looks, good quality feel to the cabin. Efficient 1.7-litre diesel engines. Good value and well equipped.
Bad: Long-legged manual gearbox seriously blunts performance.
Good: Strong and quiet 2.5-litre diesel engines, seats eight with plenty of space for all. Good value. Five-year warranty. Comfortable on the motorway.
Bad: Big and bulky size means it's not very easy to park. Based on the iLoad van.
Good: Good quality medium van with impressive diesel engine, decent refinement, comfortable ride, five-year/100,000 mile warranty.
Bad: Only one engine and panel body choice.
Good: Good range of efficient chain cam engines. Cheap to run. Good visibility. Easy to get in and out of. Plenty of rear passenger and boot space.
Bad: Similar Kia Venga has a longer warranty as standard.
Good: Good value for money. Comfortable and refined interior. Available with two or four-wheel drive. Low CO2 emissions. Five-year warranty. Generous equipment. Economical diesels. Full size spare wheel.
Bad: Steering could do with a little more weight and feel.
Good: Sleek looks and good quality interior. Refined and quiet on the move. Available with seven seats. Well equipped as standard. Excellent 2.2 CRDi diesel.
Bad: Top models are becoming quite expensive.
Good: Coupe with clever extra rear side door. Prices start at £17,995. Available with new DCT dual clutch automatic. Turbo version from mid 2012.
Bad: Other coupes are more enjoyable to drive.
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