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You might think it's compulsory for Accent owners to wear a trilby and drive with a tartan rug on the back shelf, but the cars make a lot of sense for anyone who is on a budget. Sure the cars are light on style and image, but they're reliable and offer a surprising amount of equipment and practicality for the money. Just don't pay over the odds for a recent car; the Accent depreciates faster than yesterday's newspapers.
Don't listen to those badge snobs who say this is merely a Hyundai; this is one of the best coupés on the market, new or used. Not only does it look great, but it's well-equipped and amazingly reliable into the bargain. You want more? Okay then - it's also good to drive and eminently practical thanks to those folding seats. There aren't any real downsides to the car at all, but give any potential purchase a lengthy test drive to ensure you're happy with its dynamics - especially the ride and brakes.
If you can look beyond the Hyundai badge, the Getz has a huge amount to offer. Sure the cabin is plasticky and fairly basic, but you get everything you need and the cars are generally extremely strong. They're practical too and phenomenal value for money thanks to the hefty depreciation over the first couple of years - this isn't a car to purchase new then sell on quickly, but it makes perfect sense as a cheap used buy.
You either love or hate the styling, but you can't argue with the unlimited mileage five-year warranty that's standard on any Santa Fe sold after September 2002. A hit with bargain hunters everywhere, the Santa Fe offers great value and excellent reliability, but a driving experience that's acceptable rather than genuinely enjoyable.
For many Brits wanting to buy an executive car, nothing less than German will do. That's a shame for companies like Hyundai, which offers some great products at competitive prices. Take the Sonata for example; it's phenomenally reliable, superbly kitted out and not bad to drive, yet the Hyundai badge puts people off because of links to past products. That only ensures its used cars are astonishing value though, so cast aside your prejudices and take a closer look.
Budget MPVs come no more affordable than here, but don't be blinded by the attractive used values, because running costs can be high. Fuel and maintenance costs can be wallet-wilting and despite the fact that a five-year warranty was standard, the Trajet isn't always as reliable as you'd hope. Refinement also leaves a lot to be desired - but despite all this, the Trajet is a lot of car for the money.