The Hyundai extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for an Hyundai extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
The Hyundai extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for a Hyundai extended warranty you must ask the following questions:
By protecting your Hyundai with a warranty from Warranty Direct you will be covered in every instance above!
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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.
The original Hyundai i30 was a small family hatch that was instrumental in changing buyers' perceptions of this once lowly marque. When talking about the Hyundai's excellent quality, equipment levels and reliability, no longer did you have to add the rider that they were impressive 'for the money'. Which is just as well because Hyundais aren't the bargains they once were, although they're still among the most reliable and best-value cars on the road.
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.
Flushed with the success of its i10 city car and i30 supermini, Hyundai launched another small car in 2009 - the i20. From the outset it was clear the titchy Hyundai was aimed at those who saw their car as little more than transport, but that doesn't make the i20 a poor buy - just one that's unlikely to excite you. With its Vauxhall Corsa-esque styling and keen pricing, the i20 was a success for Hyundai in the UK, and thanks to it being a pensioners' favourite, low-mileage, cherished i20s aren't rare, which only makes it an even more appealing second-hand buy.
Hyundai used to have one of the least inspiring car ranges in the UK, so the speed at which the company has transformed its wares is particularly impressive. It's models such as the ix35 which were behind that transformation. Stylish, capable, well-equipped and reliable, the ix35 was at the forefront of Hyundai's rise in the UK. Designed and developed in Europe, the ix35 replaced the uninspiring Tucson and quickly gained an enthusiastic following, owners loving the ease of ownership, value and excellent reliability, backed up by a five-year transferable warranty.
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.