Hyundai's three-line family SUV is currently more clever than any other time. Hyundai's drive into the SUV market major areas of strength for is — it's not difficult to fail to remember the Korean automaker had a terrible SUV setup only quite a while back. Presently it has six models covering essentially every section of the SUV market. Furthermore,
The verdict: The first affordable electric SUV without a defining flaw, the Ioniq 5 has a comfortable ride and plenty of space — and it’s relatively simple to operate — but some of its best features can be had only on the Limited trim level for thousands of dollars more. As of its launch, the Ioniq 5 is on
At a glance New price £24,665 - £24,665 Used price £18,375 - £22,200 Used monthly cost From £459 per month Fuel Economy 40.4 mpg Road tax cost £165 Insurance group 27How much is it to insure? New 5.4 Miles per pound (mpp) What is mpp? PROS Quick acceleration Responsive steering Slick gearchange CONS Interior design and quality is patchy
The verdict: Some electric vehicles are just weird: weird range, weird controls — but not the 2022 Hyundai Kona Electric. The electric version of Hyundai’s tiny SUV has a lot in common with the regular model, which is part of why it works so well. Versus the competition: The Kona Electric delivers good range at a competitive price, along
Mid-size sedans may no longer be the flavor of the day, but the Hyundai Sonata would like to remind you that its sleek styling, spacious interior, frugal or powerful engine lineup, and reasonable price tag may be the antidote to bland SUVs. This year, the Sonata sees few tweaks following a revamp for 2020. The SEL Plus trim level
The 2022 Hyundai Venue is a small, inexpensive crossover with a high riding position, a spacious cargo area, and good fuel-economy ratings. This year, the Venue sees a few small shifts in its lineup. The Denim trim level has been renamed Limited, while a power sunroof is now standard fare on the mid-level SEL version. Starting just a hair
This isn't a concept car, this is the production version of the Hyundai Ioniq 5. It's the first of car in a new Ioniq sub-brand for Hyundai and boy, oh boy, is it a fantastic start. But is it worth buying? Keep reading for our full review on one of the best-looking EVs – or cars for that matter
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