The 25-year old Hyundai Elantra badge is the company’s oldest remaining in service. This small sedan, now in its sixth generation, is also the company’s global top-seller.
Too bad: Australians won’t get the Hyundai Genesis V8, and that’s a shame.
It’s not just a shame because the Hyundai ‘Tau’ 5.0-litre V8 engine feels like a better fit for this type and size of car than the 3.8-litre V6 that is currently the only engine available in Australia.
New to Hyundai and new to CarAdvice’s long-term garage, the 2016 Hyundai Tucson slides into the ultra-competitive mid-size SUV segment and will be with team Melbourne for the next six months.
With a range starting at $27,990, our easily-spotted-in-a-car-park Tucson is a $32,990 Ara Blue (a $595 metallic paint option) Active X.
The Hyundai Santa Fe seven-seat SUV in its current iteration has been the lynchpin to the Korean brand’s rise — not just up the sales charts, but in the perceptions people hold towards it.
Academics and eco tech trailblazers tell us that cars running on hydrogen-powered fuel cells are the holy grail for true emissions-free mobility, so we put the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell to the test on a trip from Venice to Frankfurt.
Most people agree that global warming is a disturbing reality – and Venice, more than other city on the planet, is in the firing line if sea levels rise.