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Hyundai Motor company was founded in 1967 and has gone on to become one of the largest manufacturers of vehicles in the world. In 1998 the Korean company acquired Kia which is now its sister company. In Australia Hyundai currently sells 12 different models including the very successful Elantra as well as the i30, i45, ix35 and Santa Fe. Hyundai prides it self in providing affordable motoring of the highest quality. Hyundai currently takes the title as the fourth best selling manufacturer in Australia.

Hyundai Reviews

2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander Review

The 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander is getting on, but it still promises a great value proposition. Does it make the grade?

2016 Hyundai i30 Active Review

Australia's most popular vehicle, the Hyundai i30, is a spacious small car that offers an above average warranty and an impressive list of standard features.

2016 Hyundai i30 SR Review

The new 2016 Hyundai i30 SR doesn't just get a facelift, it also gets extra standard features that aim to make a good thing even better...

2016 Hyundai Tucson Active X Review: Long-term report three and farewell

After six months with the 2016 Hyundai Tucson Active X, the CarAdvice Melbourne team says farewell...

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Hyundai Videos

Late-night eats in the 2016 Hyundai Veloster Street Turbo

Read the full article here. If you’re into your car, and you love driving it, you’ve no doubt found yourself right here – late at night at the end of a fun drive and in need of a good feed. Well, given Dave loves food almost as much as he loves driving, here, Dave shows you three of Melbourne’s best late-night eats…...

2016 Hyundai Accent Active Review

Read the full article here. Buying your first car is an exciting experience, even more so if your first car is a new car. You are the first person to sit there, it’s your choice of colour, your choice of trim… It’s your car. You don’t need to spend a fortune these days either, as the revamped 2016 Hyundai Accent Active proves...

2016 Hyundai i30 Active review

Read the full review here. We are the Korean carmakers biggest market in the world for this particular model, and it’s a chart topper in the passenger car sales race. It seems us Aussies can’t get enough of the Hyundai i30. Maybe because the deals have been so good; in fact the drive away price for the entry level Active has been as low as $19,990 with free automatic transmission...

Front-wheel-drive v rear-wheel-drive v all-wheel-drive: Vehicle dynamics and stability control tested

Read the article here. Front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. What's the difference? And which one should you buy? We head out to the DECA skidpad in Shepparton to put all three to the test. Along with Australian World Rally Championship driver Chris Atkinson, we also brought along an example of each drivetrain layout...

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Hyundai Comparisons

Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander v Kia Sorento Platinum v Mazda CX-9 Touring v Nissan Pathfinder ST-L comparison

Sales of large family crossover SUVs continue to boom, and buyers in the market are faced with a bewildering array of options. Here we gather four of the better-selling offerings, headlined by the most recent arrival to the class — the new-generation Mazda CX-9 out of Japan...

Honda Civic VTi-S v Hyundai Elantra Active v Skoda Octavia Ambition comparison

Demand for small sedans has been a little stagnant of late, with people increasingly drawn to hatchbacks and crossover SUVs. Nevertheless, the battle for sales supremacy in this traditional part of the market is intensely fought, and there is no lack of quality options...

Hyundai i30 SR v Kia Cerato Si Comparison

The Hyundai i30 has been around for a while now and is starting to feel like it's time for an update - especially when up against the refreshed Kia Cerato...

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Hyundai News

Hyundai Australia waits on HiLux rival, green-lit Santa Cruz pickup unlikely

Hyundai Australia has reiterated that the forthcoming production-ready pickup, under development for the US, is not a high priority here. Instead, the Korean brand’s local arm is waiting for the now seemingly inevitable HiLux-rivalling commercial ute due around 2020...

2016 Paris motor show: what to expect - UPDATE

It's the oldest motor show in the world, having first launched as a combined event for cycling, sports, and the exciting new world of automobiles. No surprise, then, that the biennial Paris motor show - "Mondial de l'Automobile" in the French - is also one of the biggest on the international calendar and a focus point for the most extravagant concepts and new-model unveilings...

Deals on wheels for August 20

It’s time for the latest instalment of Deals on Wheels, which this week looks at six factory-backed special offers for all you weekend shoppers. This isn’t a promotional campaign, just us trying to offer you some interesting suggestions if you’re in the market for some new wheels. Nissan Qashqai ST auto — $26,990 drive-away This is a saving of more than $5000...

Hyundai Tucson range pricing adjustments, new model added

The highly popular Hyundai Tucson range has seen some pricing changes and a new trim level introduced, the company has confirmed. Potential diesel Tucson buyers will undoubtedly be happy to learn that Hyundai Australia has added a new entry-level all-wheel-drive Active model to the range, priced from $35,090 plus on-road costs...

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Hyundai Owner Reviews

2015 Hyundai i30 Active Review

I bought my Hyundai in June 2015 and it was the best decision I made. $19,990 drive away for a new car is an irresistible deal, especially when it comes with a peace of mind of a 5 year unlimited KM warranty and capped price annual service. 1) Safety - peace of mind of 5 star ANCAP and 7 airbags, reversing camera in base model...

2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander CRDi (4x4) Review

I purchased my Sante Fe Highlander 8 weeks ago and have so far traveled 4,500kms taking in a good mix of country roads and city driving. The Sante Fe was purchased after considering SUV's, regular sedans and wagons. I own a small pop top caravan with an all up weight of 1420kg and a towball down weight of 120kg and I have a preference for diesel engines due to the torque they produce and the economy when towing...

2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander CRDi (4x4) Review

I'll be honest I was beyond sceptical when I first walked into the Hyundai dealer, having grown up with the Excel dominating the roads. I was looking to replace my 2010 Range Rover Sport TDV6. I test drove the Audi Q3/5, Mercedes GLC, Range Rover Sport/Evoque, Mazda CX5, Nissan X-Trail, the list goes on...

2012 Hyundai iX35 Active (FWD) Review

This is my second review of our little iX35 Active. Well great news! We just had the 60,000 service (last one that is capped) still did not need brake rotors or pads - very happy. 95% of our driving is 100kph highway which are very easy on components and no traffic lights here. Just put new Yokohama's on after 60k' on the original Kumo's, which were only swapped front to back once...

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