Vehicle Reviews

There's no better looking crossover SUV on the market than Hyundai's Santa Fe Sport. With its striking three-slat chromed grille, stylish multi-angled combination headlamps, edgy integrated fog lights, cool aluminum-look front and rear protector-plate bumper inserts, rugged lower body cladding, gracefully upswept greenhouse, sporty rooftop spoiler and gorgeous taillights, it set a styling benchmark when this latest third-generation model debuted in the summer of 2012 as a 2013 model. Now, three years into its current lifecycle the Santa Fe still looks fresh and cutting-edge. This no doubt...
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2014 Hyundai Accent
I have had the car for a year is great on gas, zippy, easy to park, looks and acts like a sports car. I especially like the large sun roof and the 3rd door. Don't use the back much but when I do no one has to climb over the front seat t...
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2010 Hyundai Tucson
We love our Tucson. It's spacious enough for a family of four with enough trunk space for sports bags and groceries. It is reliable and we haven't had any major repairs in over 4 years.
2010 Hyundai Santa Fe
I am driving this suv for almost 5 years and very satisfied with the quality and service of hyundai.
2013 Hyundai Elantra
Car is the first car my son ever drive. Very comfortable and easy to handle. Fuel consumption is great, all other features such as built-in Bluetooth is excellent. Price is reasonable too.
2013 Hyundai Accent
Hyundai automobile came a long way since 1947. First of all, my car was an accidental purchase because it never occured to me to purchase a korean car. Please don't get me wrong, these guys makes fantastic cars but it was not my first intention....
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2011 Hyundai Elantra
This was our 3rd Hyundai (2nd new) and we are really quite happy with it. My wife drives it every single day during the week going to various bookkeeping jobs and it gets her around just fine. We got winter tires for it last year and it just goes any...
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2006 Lexus GX470
When Lexus does something, it's always with passion. But what if you live a dual life. With the Lexus GX470, they crafted a vehicle that is comfortable and at home driving to the theatre downtown on a Friday night. And Saturday morning you ar...
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Adding a bunch of fancy features to a car in any given model year is nothing new, but offering a less expensive stripped down version really gets my attention, which is one of the reasons I requested this particular trim level in the sporty Hyundai Veloster, a car that can now be had for a sweet and low $17,999 plus $1,695 in freight and pre-delivery prep charges (plus a $878.34 no-haggle discount at the time of writing). That's a lot of sports coupe for the money, starting at a price more akin to compact four-door models. It wouldn't be much of a story if Hyundai had left it stark naked,...
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As far as four-door sedans go the Sonata is hardly the most important in Hyundai's five-model Canadian lineup. Its entry-level Accent and second-rung Elantra combine to outsell their mid-size counterpart by more than five to one, yet this reality has nothing to do with the Sonata's desirability within its own mid-size segment, as a similar scenario also gets played out within other mainstream volume brands. Still, while the majority of Canadians purchase smaller cars there's a place in our market for larger family sedans, and the competition between brands for those buyers who step up t...
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