Hyundai has been voted the manufacturer offering the best value for money in three out of five popular classes in the recent Which? Car Survey.
The Hyundai i10 city car, Hyundai ix20 compact crossover and Hyundai ix35 SUV all took top honours in their respective categories, impressing with their premium package of quality, efficiency, servicing, specification and safety – as well as the all important value for money, of course.
A panel of judges didn’t decide the success either – owners of the cars actually scored the vehicles, proving Hyundai’s offerings are real world winners.
Which? magazine Acting Editor, Richard Headland:
“The Which? Car Survey is the UK’s biggest with more than 39,292 people responding about 47,716 cars they own.
“It gives owners a chance to provide their views on how reliable and satisfying their cars have been over the preceding 12 months across several key areas and it’s easy to see that Hyundai is the brand that stands out the most in terms of overall value for money.”
As the leading independent consumer champion in the UK, the impartial expert advice proves Hyundai offers quality, reliability, performance and efficiency at an attractive price.
President and CEO of Hyundai Motor UK Tony Whitehorn:
“True value is at the core of all our products and the results from the Which? Car Survey reflects this.
“We are delighted that the readers, and our customers, hold the Hyundai brand in such high regard. With the current economic situation, people are looking for cars that are affordable to purchase and run, but which are also desirable both inside and out.
“Hyundai’s updated model range fulfils these requirements and demonstrates our commitment to providing customers with the best overall package of ownership.”
Petrol prices and insurance costs are only set to head in one direction. That Hyundai offers a great blend of the above qualities at a truly affordable price in the modern new car market is amazing – then there’s always the peace of mind assured by its Five Year Triple Care warranty, too.