Hyundai i20 N Put most hot-hatches and their base model side by side and it can be tricky to see just how one has spawned the other. Take the Ford Sierra RS Cosworth for example. The Sierra was … [Read more...]
Genesis GV80 Review – Can Hyundai’s luxury arm make the grade?
Genesis GV80 "Taking the Bentley for a spot of off-roading, are we?" came the cheery, entirely serious suggestion from a fell-walker as his more than slightly soggy Border Collie gave me a look … [Read more...]
2021 Hyundai Tucson Review – well, we weren’t expecting that
Hyundai Tucson Next year (1982) marks 40 years since Hyundai hit the UK car market, and it's fair to say they've come quite a long way. It's also pretty fair to say the last couple of years have … [Read more...]
2021 SsangYong Rexton Review – A new, sharper image for the value 4×4
New Rexton To say South Korean cars have come on a bit in the last fifteen years would be something of an understatement. Once seen as the poor relation to their Japanese alternatives, the way Kia … [Read more...]
2021 Hyundai i10 N Line Review – It’s not electric, it’s not even a hybrid, but it’s quite good fun
Hyundai i10 Electrifying small 'city' cars seems to be the common-sense way forward for what is mostly a costly exercise for manufacturers. The main problem with replacing internal combustion with … [Read more...]
All-new Ssangyong Korando Review – The progress is clear
Ssangyong Korando Korean car makers have advanced almost beyond all recognition in the last ten years, especially Kia and Hyundai. Their Musso pickup is a serious piece of kit, but Ssangyong hasn't … [Read more...]
2020 Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid Review – How does it stack up against the Prius?
Hyundai IONIQ Whether you like it or not, it's only a matter of time before the powers that be won't allow a car to be sold in the UK that relies on internal combustion alone. How each … [Read more...]
2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line Review: Two Very Different Warm SUVs
Hyundai Tucson N Line They might not exactly be an environmentalist's cup of tea, but performance SUVs are a thing and they're becoming more and more prevalent. Fresh from the success of their … [Read more...]
2019 Hyundai Tucson 48V Mild Hybrid Review – Practical Without Being Overly Exciting. For Now….
Hyundai Tucson 48V Mild Hybrid Keen to keep the momentum up that they've established over the last few years in such an important segment, this is the refreshed Hyundai Tucson. It's definitely more … [Read more...]
Hyundai i30 Fastback Review – Their 5-Door Hatch With a Coupe Twist
Practical, affordable, user-friendly, prudent; all words we've become accustomed to associating with Hyundai and its products over the last decade or so. Swoopy, curvaceous, pretty, even - not so … [Read more...]