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Hyundai’s new model roll-out: 11 cars in 11 months

Hyundai plans to introduce 11 new or updated models in the next 11 months – its biggest product blitz since the brand was established in Australia in 1986. The massive new-model roll-out is designed to reverse a four-and-a-half year sales slide, the biggest slump for the brand since the Global Financial Crisis a decade ago...

Hyundai Santa Cruz remains on wish list, double-cab ute still on track

Hyundai Australia has not given up on its bid to introduce the upcoming Santa Cruz pick-up (depicted in an artist impression by Kolesa.ru, above) – and has confirmed a separate heavy-duty double-cab ute rival to the Toyota HiLux remains on track despite the coronavirus crisis...

2021 Hyundai i20N hot hatch confirmed for Australia, due next year

The Hyundai i20N hot hatch has been confirmed for Australia, due in local showrooms next year, however pricing and technical details are yet to be announced. Hyundai of Europe has been teasing the arrival of the i20N hot hatch and disguised examples have been caught on camera testing on the Nurburgring. However, mystery still surrounds what will power the Hyundai i20N hot hatch...

Australia's most affordable hybrid and electric cars

The list of electric car and hybrid car options in Australia expands with every passing year, but their often prohibitive cost – particularly in the case of EVs – remains a major barrier to their uptake. Hybrid drivetrains are complex, while batteries for hybrid or electric cars are expensive to manufacture, which bumps up the price of hybrid and electric cars across the board...

2020 EOFY car sales: Every offer from Hyundai

Buying a new car? End of financial year (EOFY) sales are the perfect time to snap up a solid deal. To help, we're rounding up the various discounts and offers available at each manufacturer for 2020. Remember, if you're able to purchase and drive the car before June 30 and it's used for business purposes, you may also be eligible for the instant asset tax write-off...

Coronavirus will 'very much' influence car design, says Kia executive

This year's coronavirus pandemic will forever alter the way cars are designed, according to Kia's design boss – who says the South Korean carmaker is exploring the use of anti-viral materials and the creation of cars specifically for shared mobility...

Electric car sales surge in the first five months of this year

Private buyers are the driving force behind an unprecedented surge in electric car sales in Australia. Demand for electric cars among private individuals – rather than business or government fleets – increased by a staggering 56 per cent in the first five months of this year – at the same time as the overall market slumped by 24 per cent, figures obtained by CarAdvice show...

2021 Hyundai Santa Fe revealed ahead of Australian launch

The new-look 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe has been unveiled today, following the release of two shadowy teaser images in May. As promised in those earlier photos, the updated Hyundai Santa Fe introduces a wide new grille design that tapers at each end to form what will likely be a new theme for the wider Hyundai range...

2020 Hyundai Kona price and specs: small SUV gets a price bump

Hyundai's small SUV, the Kona, has had a price rise, with all variants except the entry-level Go seeing a bump of around $260-$650 each. "There was a 1 per cent increase across the range – excluding Kona Go," a Hyundai spokesperson confirmed to CarAdvice. There were no specification changes in line with the price hike...

Toyota tops the list, Tesla climbs the ranks in Australia's most trusted car brands

Japanese car giant Toyota has once again been named the most trusted car brand in Australia, but consumers have increasing faith in electric-car challenger brand Tesla – and 'distrust' Holden and Volkswagen, new research has found...

Hyundai Australia extends warranties again due to COVID-19

MORE: All COVID-19 coverage here Hyundai Australia has again increased its warranty extension period to account for the decrease in car use during COVID-19 lockdown periods. The new extension means Hyundai cars with warranties that were due to expire anywhere between 1 March 2020 and 31 May 2020, will have their warranty extended to 30 June 2020...