Vehicle Reviews

2015 Hyundai 0
The 2008 Hyundai Tiburon GS is an affordable sports car with surprisingly good performance. It's got a 2.0 Litre 4-cylinder engine with 140 hp. My car has the standard 5-speed manual transmission with close ratios. The styling is excellent ...
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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
Never any problems. Car handles great, and turns heads everywhere I go. Clearly a quality product. Comfortable ride for 2. Back seat has limited space, but that's not why I bought it. Comfortable, smooth ride for 2, made better by features and e...
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2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
The genesis coupe is a sleek and sexy ride that has a great amount of power. The car could use a bit more height space in the back for those who want to carry passengers. Other than that, this car has been great to me for the past three years and I a...
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2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
2013 Sonata hybrid is a great vehicle Nd now for a great price. Very roomy, decent power, quiet and sexy. Mileage to be determined but Hyundai is the only manufacturer to pay previous customers for the mileage discrepancy in the auto industry.
Photo: Simon Hill, Canadian Auto Press worthy rivals including the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion, Mazda6, Nissan Altima, Volkswagen Passat, Kia Optima, and the list goes on. Given this competitive landscape and the fact that Hyundai's current-generation Sonata is entering its fifth year on the market, it's no surprise that the Korean automaker is expected to replace it with a seventh-generation model for 2015. In the meantime however, to keep things interesting and up-to-date Hyundai has given the current car some notable tweaks and refinements for 2014. Many of the Sonata's new-...
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2013 Hyundai Santa Fe
Being first time buyer of Hyundai I was stun by the quality and design of Santa Fe. Love all the technology that come with the car, specially the 4 heated seats and steering wheel. things like this you only find in expensive very high end cars. E...
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I must say that I like what Hyundai has done with the Tucson. New for 2014, the South Korean brand's smallest SUV has undergone a mid-cycle upgrade that includes a slightly bolder hexagonal grille with chrome edges, LED-enhanced headlights, revised taillights that include LEDs in top trims, and some new detailing all around for a stronger overall appearance. Inside, it boasts some unusually upscale surface treatments for the compact crossover class like soft-touch door uppers front and back (which extend halfway down the doors), a padded centre storage box lid/armrest (leather-covered on t...
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2011 Hyundai Tucson
We have had our used 2011 for one year. It is great, drives well, great power and is super comfortable. We have have experienced some minor issues but overall we would purchase another one! Thanks Hyundai Richmond.
As minivans fall increasingly out of favour, manufacturers have been rushing to fill the family-hauler void with big seven-passenger crossovers. The new Santa Fe XL is Hyundai's entry in this market; although it's not the Korean manufacturer's first go at the segment being that it replaces the competent but little-known (and now discontinued) seven-passenger Veracruz. The Santa Fe XL is based on the smaller Santa Fe Sport, and while there are subtle styling differences all around, the two vehicles are basically identical from the B-pillar forward. What the XL gets that the Santa Fe Sport d...
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2010 Hyundai Accent
fuel efficient good for parking easy to move anytime :)