When you buy a Hyundai, you’re buying into the company’s values. Quality design and build, value and reliability.
Hyundai are best known for producing cars that are of exceptional value and with a decent spec on all models. Most of their cars are reasonably priced with low running costs and the amount of kit that is available as standard makes the value stack up. Most Hyundai models give you far more bang for your buck, with features widely available that you might only expect to see on certain versions of luxury manufacturers like BMW or Audi.
Where once it may have been a cheap alternative to buy a Korean car rather than a German or Japanese make, now, choosing a Hyundai along with their sub brand Kia, is considered a strong, practical choice of car. First founded in the 1960s, it wasn’t until the mid-1990s when Hyundai began to plough some serious money into the quality, design and manufacturing of their cars. Since then they are now viewed as major competition to other manufacturers.
When Hyundai launched their five-year unlimited warranty, it really gave buyers confidence to trust Hyundai’s reliability and saw their popularity increase.
The Hyundai i30 was one of the first cars that started to rival European motors. Available as a 3 or 5 door hatch, this sharp looking motor has a delicious blend of style and space, offering low running costs as well as being packed full of kit. It’s easy to drive and is equally happy with a short spin into town as it is out on the open road.
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