26 03, 2017

Hyundai i40 wagon: feature packed pocket friendly transport

By |2017-03-26T15:27:44+10:00March 26th, 2017|4 Cylinder, Car Reviews by Brand, Diesel, Engine Type Search, Hyundai Reviews, Wagon|0 Comments

Yes we like: looks, classy interior, features, great ride/handling Not so much: no CarPlay, jerky DCT at low speed, Hyundai packed their i40 chockers full of features with a simple drivetrain and trim level choice. You get a wagon (tourer) with 6 speed auto ”variable induction” petrol, or sedan/wagon 7 speed DCT(dual clutch transmission) turbo diesel all in either an [...]

24 03, 2017

Brilliant Hyundai Tucson Elite: how do they do it for the price?

By |2017-03-24T11:40:15+10:00March 24th, 2017|4 Cylinder, AWD, Car Reviews by Brand, Car Type Search, Drive Wheels, Hyundai Reviews, SUV, Turbo|0 Comments

Yes we like: zippy engines, excellent equipment level, great ride and handling No we don’t: no car play in top models, no auto braking on bottom models I’m puzzled by the continued growth of SUVs which now outnumber passenger cars. The buyer profile is: anyone who wants lots of space. Most of you probably won’t need 7 seats but if [...]

15 03, 2017

Hyundai Genesis: Elegant, sophisticated and premium

By |2017-03-15T22:58:17+10:00March 15th, 2017|Car Reviews by Brand, Hyundai Reviews, V6|0 Comments

15 march 2017 Yes yes yes oh YES: classy exterior, quality interior, well equipped Oh dear me no: some cheap plastics, no CarPlay, feels heavy Hyundai outsells Holden. Who would have thought that would ever happen? Hyundai now makes premium vehicles. Who would have thought that would happen? Hyundai, who spent so many years nurturing the “cheap and cheerful” tag, [...]

16 08, 2011

Hyundai Reveals First Rendering of Next-Generation i30, but will it be any better than the current car?

By |2011-08-16T17:21:37+10:00August 16th, 2011|Hyundai Reviews|6 Comments

Hyundai has been trying for years to get away from the “cheap and cheerful” reputation. There are those who have heaped praise on the I30. It’s true that it was a quantum leap, but look at what it was leaping from. It should be added that the current car doesn’t have all of the safety features standard in its competitors [...]