32 Hyundai used car reviews
Other than its sheer low cost, the Accent has little on its side
The Hyundai i10 is the best city car around. It’s quiet, roomy, goo...
It isn’t all that great to drive, but if you can live with that the...
Sharp looks and a five-year warranty make the Hyundai i30 an appeal...
When practicality, ease of ownership and cheap running costs matter...
Santa Fe 4x4
The seven-seat version of the Hyundai Santa Fe is a fine family SUV...
Only its rarity stops the Santa Fe from being a great used SUV...
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 Lombardyexperience? 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.