Australia's most affordable electric vehicle is here. The best part? It doesn't drive like a science experiment.
There's a lot to like about a front-wheel-drive Tucson with luxury levels of kit and a relatively reasonable price tag. But the naturally aspirated petrol engine with its six-speed auto transmission, well, that's another matter entirely.
I remember watching Targa Tasmania one year and thinking how cool it would be to get a race car and have a crack. It wasn’t long before I realised it’s much harder than it looks, it’s much more expensive than it looks, and I’d likely run out of skill shortly before spearing off the road into a tree...
The Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander won CarAdvice’s seven-seater-SUV mega test, but does the mid-range Elite maintain the form or drop the ball?
It’s not all about aftermarket at SEMA – manufacturers have a big presence at the show, giving visitors a look into potential future models and parts that could roll out to existing vehicles. We toured all the big manufacturers to see what they have on offer and whether any of it is coming to Australia...
The i30 has gained a Premium petrol variant, combining all the fruit with a base 2.0-litre petrol engine. Does it hit the sweet spot?
Packed to the gills with technology, safety and convenience items that you might not expect from Hyundai, the new Santa Fe Highlander stamps its authority on the seven-seat large SUV class.
Hyundai has surprised the world with an all-new seven-seat convertible SUV. Could this be the start of a new thing? Paul Maric finds out.
Tradies are finally getting the respect they deserve with better, safer tools of the trade. The iLoad is up there with the best of them in the commercial van segment too.
The Tucson has been a big hit for Hyundai, but will a small change be enough for it to stay a sales success? Paul Maric finds out.
The Hyundai Elantra is an attractive and affordable option in the small segment, with the usual Hyundai strong points and versatile day-to-day usability.