Hyundai Motor Company was formed in South Korea at the start of the year 1947 but didn’t start producing cars until late 1967. This company owns a large stake in Kia Motors and 100% of its luxury car brand Genisis. You can find owner’s manuals for all of these models on this page and the Kia hub too.
Browse by Hyundai Model (12 in total)
AccentWhen the Accent began production in 1994 it was intended to replace the Excel model. Over the years as Hyundai move away from its budget image into a market leader the Accent continues to increase its appeal rapidly
ElantraProduction of the Elantra began in 1990 as a cost-effective alternative to other cars on the market thanks to its no-frill design. It is classed as a compact car and is no available in a variety of economical drivetrain such as an LPG option
i30Production of the i30 began in 2007 when it was only sold as a 5-door hatchback or 4-door estate. In 2012 the range was expanded to include a 3-door hatchback and then in 2017, a fastback was made available too
Ioniq (Electric & Hybrid)The Ioniq is available as a fuel-power, plug-in hybrid or fully electric car that began production in 2016. Thanks to improving battery technology and range, the sales of the Ioniq continue to climb year on year
KonaOriginally the Kona was a fuel-driven model only but after a few years on the market, Hyundai introduced the fully-electric EV version. Buyers have many options when it comes to trim including the basic Limited through to luxury Ultimate
NexoLaunched in 2019, the Nexo is a luxury hydrogen-fuel-cell powered mid-size crossover SUV packed full of cutting-edge technology such as lane-follow-assist and highway assist. Amazingly, the car boasts a range of almost 500 miles
PalisadeThe Palisade shares many mechanical components with the Kia Telluride, both of which began production in 2018. Inside of the car is a range of modern technology including sensors that detect if the driver has locked a child inside the car by accident
Santa FeIn the year 2000 production of the Santa Fe began, it is now in its fourth generation. It was originally classed as a compact crossover SUV but during a redesign in 2005, it was reclassed as a mid-size crossover SUV
SonataProduction of the Sonata began in the mid-1980s made mostly of Mitsubishi parts. Now the car is a completely in-house developed model that shares its chassis with the Santa Fe and the Kia Optima
TucsonThis Tucson compact crossover SUV sits at the bottom of the Hyundai range of SUVs and is built on the same platform as the Kia Sportage. Modern examples of the SUV features economical transmissions and cutting-ede technology
VelosterReplacing the Tiburon line, the Veloster is a quirky 3-door sport compact car. It is aimed at the youth section of the auto market and scores an impressive 5 out of 5 stars with the Euro NCAP car safety agency
VenueThe Venue subcompact crossover SUV is based on the Accent platform and is the company's smallest SUV. Sales began in the 2019 model year and inside the car, the driver is aided by technology such as lane-keep-assist and pedestrian detection
Hyundai company owns and operates the world’s largest self-contained auto manufacturing complex, which is probably how they manage to produce such sought-after low-cost cars.
In the World Rally Championship, you can see Hyundai competing using the i20. They entered the world of WRC in the late 1990s with the Accent model, although the car they entered would share very little with the domestic vehicle we can get our hands-on.
The Hyundai Kona has been released as an electric vehicle in recent years, with the model being a runner-up for several awards. The company has become a pioneer in the EV world, carving itself a name as the world transitions from fossil fuels.
Entering the SUV world with the Tucson model, Hyundai has brought a spacious family car that is affordable and reliable to the market.
- Models: 12