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.
£7,261 - £8,966
Small and perfectly cheap, the i10 is the Korean answer to popping around town.
£9,116 - £13,116
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.
£12,821 - £18,481
First generation was a real hit for Hyundai, and this new one promises to build on that with a much more premium design.
£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.
£17,651 - £25,101
Hyundai wades in and takes on the Mondeo, and you know what? Ford should be very worried, because this is an accomplished all-rounder.
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.
£11,366 - £14,816
Value-packed supermini offers lots of space for the cash, but spirited drivers will yearn for something more exciting.
£15,811 - £22,791
The ix35 exudes Hyundai's new-found confidence. It's a handsome and competent crossover SUV that should be taken seriously. Seriously.
£21,746 - £26,021
Look out Freelander, cancel the RAV-4 etc. OK, not really, but facelift makes this a decent looking and brilliant value soft-roader and, so long as you stay on road, you could do worse.
Look at the Hyundai Veloster one way, and it's a three-door coupe. Look at it another way, and it's a five-door hatchback. A charismatic, quirky coupe, potentially. Hyundai must nail the chassis tweaks, though.