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  • Hyundai i10 Hatchback (2020 onwards) Review

    Hyundai’s smallest car is pretty as well as pretty practical

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £15,420 - £18,970
    • Exceptional interior space compared to rivals
    • Classy, easy-to-use dashboard
    • Lots of safety equipment
    • Optional automatic gearbox is atrocious
    • Higher trim levels are pricey
    • Not as good to drive as VW Up
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  • Hyundai i20 Hatchback (2020 onwards) Review

    The i20 has morphed into a genuine supermini competitor

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £20,770 - £25,320
    • Efficient hybrid powertrain
    • Sharp exterior styling
    • Bang up-to-date technology
    • Some models feel cheap inside
    • Just three engine choices
    • Automatic gearbox doesn’t suit the car
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  • Hyundai i30 Tourer (2017 onwards) Review

    A safe, solid alternative to the class leaders

    Parkers rating: 3.4 out of 5 3.4
    New price: £23,460 - £27,610
    • Great standard safety kit
    • Impressive petrol engines
    • Strong levels of refinement
    • Low running costs
    • Some rivals are more exciting to drive
    • Dull styling
    • Taller passengers may find space tight
    • Diesel engines lag behind petrols
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  • Hyundai Nexo SUV (2019 onwards) Review

    Hydrogen fuel-cell Hyundai pushes technology boundaries at a price

    Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    New price: £69,495 - £69,495
    • It emits nothing but water
    • Supremely comfortable and quiet
    • Potential 400-mile fuel range
    • List price is prohibitively high
    • A serious lack of fuel stations
    • Electric cars cheaper to buy and run
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  • Hyundai Tucson SUV (2021 onwards) Review

    The Tucson offers daring style and an interesting line-up

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £31,500 - £44,630
    • Comfortable and roomy interior 
    • User-friendly infotainment system 
    • Range of hybrid engine options
    • No diesel for long-distance drivers
    • Not particularly fun to drive
    • Adaptive suspension seems unnecessary
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The South Korean manufacturer started life as a small vehicle repair shop back in 1947. This grew to become the Hyundai Auto Service Centre and in 1967 the Hyundai Motor Company was established. Its first ever car was the Pony built in 1974 though these days the South Korean manufacturer is building a much wider range of cars.

These include the ‘i’ range of hatchbacks with the city i10, the small i20 hatchback and the compact family i30 car. Hyundai also provides family estates including the i30 Tourer and the larger i40 Tourer, which is also available without the estate boot in the form of the i40 saloon.

Hyundai made a name for itself in the UK with its five year protection package including five year unlimited mileage warranty, five year roadside assistance and five year annual car check. This with the launch of new models such as the crossover ix20 and ix35, plus the larger 4x4 Santa Fe

Hyundai has also ventured into commercial vehicles with the iLoad panel van as well as a passenger version dubbed the i800 estate that seats eight people. The South Korean company has launched alternative fuel car with a hydrogen fuel cell version of its ix35.