Hyundai Genesis
The Hyundai Genesis is powered by a 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine

Hyundai Genesis

The Korean firm has made progress in its quest to match executive saloons from Audi, Mercedes and BMW, but on this evidence there's still work to do

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Hyundai i10
The Hyundai i10 is offered with either a 1.0-litre petrol engine or a 1.2-litre petrol engine

Hyundai i10

Our former city car favourite, the Hyundai i10, is replaced by a more grown-up model

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Hyundai Veloster

The Hyundai Veloster wins on practicality, price and standard kit but lacks the dynamic talent and appeal that a coupé should have.

From £17,2367
The i20 continues Hyundai's impressive development

Hyundai i20

Hyundai’s i20 is all about quality and value rather than desirability, although a nip and tuck in 2012 has helped

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Style-conscious soft-roader has lots of kit, but what about ability?

Hyundai ix35

The Hyundai ix35 is a style-conscious soft-roader with lots of kit, but what about ability?

From £16,5017
Hyundai i40
Family-size Hyundai takes on the Mondeo, Superb and Insignia

Hyundai i40

The Hyundai i40 takes on the Mondeo, Superb and Insignia. But can it win?

From £16,6517
Korea shows that the Kia Cee’d wasn’t just a stroke of luck

Hyundai i30

Can the second-generation Hyundai i30 challenge for class honours?

From £14,4517
Hyundai Santa Fe makes for an excellent ownership proposition

Hyundai Santa Fe

Does this new Hyundai Santa Fe build on the recipe for success of its forebear?

From £25,8508
The Hyundai i10 can still cut it against the chic new Volkswagen Up

Hyundai i10 2008-2013

The Hyundai i10 offers bags of kit at a keen price, but needs more character

From £7,7168
Hyundai ix20
The Hyundai ix20 rivals the Citroën C3 Picasso, but undercuts it on price

Hyundai ix20

The Hyundai ix20 is perfect for drivers looking for a high quality, practical and small car with a sensible price tag

From £11,5667
Eight people can sit in comfort, and there's still plenty of room for luggage

Hyundai i800

The Hyundai i800 is one of very few ways to seat eight people. It is cheap and useful, but also unrefined

From £22,0966

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