With the likes of the i30 and i40, the Korean budget car maker's ever-expanding model line-up is now garnering some genuine credibility. Five-year warranty with every new car, too.
£8,345 - £10,495
Small and perfectly cheap, the i10 is the Korean answer to popping around town.
£9,995 - £14,295
Hyundai continues to improve its game - this is a good value supermini with a great warranty. Not a car to lust for, but try one if you need decent, cheap transport.
£14,600 - £20,295
Able family hatchback is about much more than its five year warranty: it now has genuine appeal
£14,536 - £18,827
Nothing wrong with it, but the i30 isn’t the most imaginative of
estates. Offers the same pleasant ride as the hatchback and a large load area,
helped by being 23cm longer.
£17,395 - £24,395
Able, stylish i40 aims to take on the establishment with a blend of good looks, ability and keen pricing
£19,765 - £28,675
Good design and dynamics at a decent price, this is another class act from Hyundai.
The last refuge of personal transport before having to pack
the kids off on the train while you drive. So many seats that inbred people
will have to take their shoes off to count.
£11,995 - £16,045
Value-packed supermini offers lots of space for the cash, but spirited drivers will yearn for something more exciting.
£16,605 - £23,865
The ix35 exudes Hyundai's new-found confidence. It's a handsome and competent crossover SUV that should be taken seriously. Seriously.
£25,495 - £32,695
The latest Santa Fe might just be all the car you ever need. Think cut-price discovery.
£17,995 - £21,995
Unique-looking coupe with weird doors and, finally, the introduction of a much-needed turbo