The Hyundai Motor Company has been building cars since 1967 and today is the third largest vehicle manufacturer in the world. The company’s current product range begins with the i10 citycar, which slots into the brand’s range just below the successful i20 supermini – a favourite with those looking for Hyundai leasing deals. The i20 is also available in three-door Coupe form. Plus there’s the ix20 supermini-MPV. If you want something still compact but a bit bigger, Hyundai thinks you’ll like its i30 model, available in five-door hatch, five-door ‘Fastback’ and ‘Tourer’ estate guises and a favourite with those looking for Hyundai lease deals. The Korean maker also offers the ‘i30 N’ five-door hot hatch. Next up in size is the Mondeo-sized i40, available in saloon and ‘Tourer’ estate bodyshapes.
For business buyers looking at Hyundai finance, the range often starts with one of the brand’s compact SUVs - the small Kona model, the slightly larger Tucson and the mid-sized seven-seat Santa Fe. All three are good value as part of a Hyundai lease. There’s also the van-based i800 super-large MPV. The brand’s cleverest car though, is the IONIQ. Here, a Focus-sized design can offer buyers the choice of parallel hybrid, plug-in hybrid or full-electric motoring.
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