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Hyundai is the third largest automotive company in the world
Last Updated: 09 October 2018
Founded in South Korea in 1967, Hyundai has established themselves as capable and fought their way to become the third largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. They own the world's largest vehicle manufacturing facility which has an estimated annual production of 1.6 million vehicles. With a facility like that, it's evident that Hyundai
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With a sporty stance, it's clear that Hyundai is appealing to style-conscious buyers. With its MacPherson strut suspension and four-wheel drive system, the Hyundai ix35 is a capable crossover in the C-segment.
You'll find some or all of these features in the ix35 depending on which variant you choose: heated front and rear seats, ESP stability control, Bluetooth, panoramic glass sunroof, part-leather interior, rear parking sensors and automatic wipers & headlights.
Hyundai sought to replace their mediocre Atoz with something a little more appealing. The i10 was that something. Hyundai made strides foward in terms of desirability and quality when developing the i10. This entry-level car is cheap to buy and run, and is a perfect city slicker for those buying their first car.
If you need to navigate your way through crowded city streets, the i10's light controls, excellent visibility and compact dimensions make it an easy job.
The i20 competes with the likes of the Ford Fiesta, Nissan Micra, the Mini 3-door hatch and the VW Polo. There's a choice of 5 trims which are packed with safety and entertainment features.
Hyundai's engineers have managed to create an engine that works so well, you'll forget the car is actually idling. Go around a series of hard bends and you'll find the i20 has more than enough grip and very little body roll, which make for an exciting drive.
The Hyundai Accent has been around since '95. It's seen a number of facelifts over the years and as is true to Hyundai's business ethic, they've made the Accent into a desirable car. With its 1.6 litre petrol engine, the Accent cranks out a whopping 102kW. That's an impressive amount of power for a car in its segment. The Accent is a car that's stood the test of time.
More and more cars are being equipped with bluetooth phone connectivity, a touchscreen infotainment display, power windows, central locking, and electric mirrors...and the Accent is no exception.
The Elantra won the South African Car of the Year in 2012. The latest generation uses the same 1.6-litre Gamma MPI engine, which puts out an impressive 96kW of power. In terms of looks, it shares some of its design with that of the ix35 and the Sonata.
Front passengers get plenty of leg room while those in the back seat get a little less, but far more than the competition. The Elantra remains the great family car it's always been.
Hyundai really stepped up their game with the ix35's older brother. The Tuscon has improved style, better equipment and driving dynamics. The seating is so comfortable you'd want to replace your couches with them. That being said, the Tuscon is a real competitor to the SUV market.
The steering is a little vague and the shortage of feedback from the front wheels adds to this. However, it does make parking a breeze and it has enough weight on the steering to make you feel comfortable on long drives.
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