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Hyundai’s N performance brand opens for business and aims for hot hatch fame, starting with the i30
Hyundai's funky-looking Kona crossover is making all the right noises for the car to be a success in a crowded segment
Hyundai’s next-gen bedrock model gets a ‘new era’ look and shrunken turbo petrol, but is it enough to take on the Volkswagen Golf
It may not be particularly exciting, but the Hyundai Ioniq Electric and Hybrid varieties are decent additions to the UK's growing low emission marketplace
The Hyundai Tucson is a stylish crossover which focuses mainly on easy-going real-world ability, but is that enough to turn people's heads away from the Nissan Qashqai and Seat Ateca?
The second-generation Hyundai i20 is a very spacious, well-kitted and keenly priced addition to the competitive supermini segment, but is ultimately let down by its weak engines
The Hyundai Genesis is powered by a 3.8-litre V6 petrol engine
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
Our former city car favourite, the Hyundai i10, is replaced by a more grown-up model
The Hyundai i40 takes on the Mondeo, Superb and Insignia. But can it win?
The Hyundai Veloster wins on practicality, price and standard kit but lacks the dynamic talent and appeal that a coupé should have.
The Hyundai ix20 is perfect for drivers looking for a high quality, practical and small car with a sensible price tag
Can the second-generation Hyundai i30 challenge for class honours?
As Hyundai ramps up its hydrogen car production, can the ix35 gain some traction in the UK
Hyundai’s i20 is all about quality and value rather than desirability, although a nip and tuck in 2012 has helped
The Hyundai ix35 is a style-conscious soft-roader with lots of kit, but what about ability?
Does this new Hyundai Santa Fe build on the recipe for success of its forebear?
The Hyundai i10 offers bags of kit at a keen price, but needs more character
Eight people can sit in comfort, and there's still plenty of room for luggage
The Hyundai i800 is one of very few ways to seat eight people. It is cheap and useful, but also unrefined