This time in our long term update, we answer your questions following our introduction.
With a new 2.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a performance-focused chassis, the Hyundai Sonata N Line is positioned to make real headway in the fast sedan segment.
Hyundai's entry-level Santa Fe impresses, not with bells and whistles, but baseline sensibility.
The Hyundai Kona Active is the second-cheapest ticket into the range. Here's how it compares to the rest of the range.
It's fair to say that medium SUVs remains the segment that Australians love as much as any other – barring maybe dual-cabs. Hyundai's new Tucson hits the ground running aiming to take the fight to Toyota and Mazda.
With a new powertrain and added equipment, we find out if the refreshed entry-level Hyundai Kona justifies its price hike.
Electric cars are gaining momentum all the time, and the revised electric Ioniq positions itself as a quality option with Hyundai build quality and practicality.
There was a time – before the advent of the SUVs as we know them today – where people movers where the ‘go-to’ for those looking to haul people and their stuff. It’s a little sad, if anything, that the SUV onslaught has all-but killed off the once-popular people mover...
The Hyundai i30 Sedan N Line is a sporty take on the small sedan formula. And, hallelujah, it comes with a manual gearbox!
We've added a Hyundai Ioniq Electric to our long-term test fleet, so that we can take a closer look at living with the full-electric version of Hyundai's clever small car.
When the images of the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 were released last month, feedback was universally positive. The five-door hatch-style body, with a slick mixture of modern design elements and retro-inspired flourishes, looked very impressive but would this translate to the production model? In short, yes! Hyundai Australia has been able to secure an Ioniq 5 for evaluation and we had the chance to get a closer look, inside and out...