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2021 Hyundai i20 N: First batch of cars sold online
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4th Dec 2020
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2021 Hyundai i20 N: First batch of cars sold online

The first allocation of Hyundai i20 N hot hatches were sold online last night as part of an Instagram Shop promotion. The online portal was open from 6pm to midnight last night and has now closed. The Instagram customers were guaranteed a car from the first shipment due to arrive in the first half of next year. Hyundai Australia received 18 pre-orders for the first-generation Hyundai i20 N, even though price and specification are yet to be released.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Hyundai i20N hot hatch confirmed for Australia, due next year
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25th Jun 2020
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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.
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Joshua Dowling
Hyundai Australia lacks direct Accent light car successor
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1st Apr 2019
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Hyundai Australia lacks direct Accent light car successor

Hyundai Australia is at risk of entering 2020 without a cut-price light car once stock of the massively popular $15,990 drive-away Accent hatch runs out before the end of this year. The ‘current’ Accent sold in Australia is actually now out of production, but Hyundai ordered a sufficient final-run supply from Korea to keep its dealers stocked for the time being.
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Mike Costello
Audi A5, Hyundai Ioniq, Volvo S90 awarded five-star ANCAP safety ratings
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19th Mar 2017
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Audi A5, Hyundai Ioniq, Volvo S90 awarded five-star ANCAP safety ratings

The new Audi A5, Hyundai Ioniq and Volvo S90 have all been given five-star safety ratings by independent crash testing authority ANCAP this week. With the S90 already on sale here, the A5 and Ioniq have been awarded the top safety scores ahead of their launches Down Under, while the smaller Hyundai i20 - which is sold in New Zealand but not Australia - fell short of the full five stars, achieving only four.
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James Wong