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Hyundai Reviews

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Good: Large saloon from Hyundai similar in size to a BMW 5 Series. Elegant and understated. Well equipped and refined. Five-year/unlimited mileage warranty.
Bad: In the UK only for ‘selected buyers'. Badge snobbery. Large-car depreciation. Thirsty petrol engine.
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 and otherwise failing brakes, which are only covered for 2 years under the Hyundai warranty.
Good: New i20 is more stylish and upmarket than predecessor. Now one of the best small hatchbacks.
Bad: Buyers attitudes change very slowly and still doesn't appeal to status seekers.
Good: Looks great. Practical and spacious cabin. Relaxed driving dynamics.
Bad: Performance and handling don't match the looks. Only two engines on offer initially with a wait for the 1.0-litre turbo.
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: A real revelation of a hot hatch. Superb handling. Impressive performance. Really good fun to drive. Undercuts most rivals on price.
Bad: Performance Pack is impressive but does cost an extra £3000.
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. No petrol engines.
Good: Good quality and fairly stylish for an estate. Plenty of standard equipment. Comfortable ride. Economical diesel engine
Bad: Awkward boot shape. No petrol engines. 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. Excellent quality. Low running costs.
Bad: Limited rear headroom. Hybrid has poor ride quality on some surfaces. Strangely inconsistent steering. Foot parking brake.
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. Attractively facelifted for 2016 model year with newer engines and transmissions.
Bad: Similar Kia Venga has a longer warranty. Not a sporty handler. Generally older generation petrol engines.
Good: Good to drive. Low fuel costs. Impressive 1.0 T-GDI petrol engine. Five year warranty as standard. Five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Cramped and cheap cabin. Poor ride quality on larger wheels. No diesel engines until summer 2018.
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: 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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