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Hyundai Reviews

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Good: Stylish and good quality interior. Roomier and more mature than its predecessor. Very refined for a small car. Handles well and good to drive.
Bad: Achilles heel (shared with previous i10) is rapidly corroding rear brake discs, which are only covered for 2 years under the Hyundai warranty.
Good: Set to be revealed at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Bad: On sale 2020.
Good: Functional and spacious interior, good value for money (especially high spec models), long warranty.
Bad: Not as fashionable as the latest SEAT Ibiza or Ford Fiesta. Naturally-aspirated petrol engines are slow. Entry-level models are fairly basic.
Good: Comfortable and refined. Spacious boot. Impressive petrol engines. Good level of standard safety equipment.
Bad: Diesel could be punchier. Rear headroom tight for taller passengers.
Good: Stylish saloon version of the i30.
Bad: Not as comfortable as a standard i30 hatchback.
Good: A real revelation of a hot hatch. Superb handling. Impressive performance. Seriously quick. Really good fun to drive. Undercuts most rivals on price. Traditional handbrake, not an electrical switch.
Bad: Performance Pack is impressive but costs an extra £3000. Very low profile tyres cannot absorb poor road surfaces.
Good: More boot space than predecessor. Promises to be more refined. Comes with new 1.4 T-GDI petrol engine.
Bad: Not arriving until late 2017.
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: Good quality and fairly stylish for an estate. Plenty of standard equipment. Comfortable ride. Economical diesel engines
Bad: Awkward boot shape. Lacklustre image
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.
Good: Available as hybrid, plug-in or pure EV. Easy and relaxing to drive. Low running costs.
Bad: Limited rear headroom. Hybrid has poor ride quality on some surfaces. Bland inside and out. Foot parking brake.
Good: Updated for 2019 with bigger battery providing 182 miles of range.
Bad: On sale late 2019.
Good: Affordable crossover SUV. Five year warranty as standard. Five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Cramped and cheap cabin. Poor ride quality on larger wheels. Uninspiring engine choices.
Good: Electric version of Hyundai Kona. Two models available: 39KWh with a range of 180 miles and a 64KWh version with a 279-mile range. High specification and good value for money.
Bad: Not the most spacious crossover.
Good: Very accomplished FCEV from Hyundai. Fine riding, smooth and pleasant to drive. Handles well, luxurious. Make a superb private hire car for London.
Bad: Though the number of Hydrogen refuelling stations is increasing, FCEVs are not yet practical for everywhere in the UK.
Good: Versatile seven-seat SUV. Very good 2.2 CRDi diesel engine available with slick eight-speed automatic transmission. Lots of standard equipment.
Bad: Top models now close to £44k. No petrol or hybrid.
Good: More refined than ix35. Cabin is spacious and comfortable. Lots of family appeal with affordable running costs and huge boot. Five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Not the sharpest SUV to drive. Some cheap and scratchy plastics in the cabin. Ride can get a bit bumpy on poor roads.
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