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For some carmakers, creating an estate involves little more than grafting a boxy back end onto a hatchback and hoping for the best. But not for Hyundai. The all-new Hyundai i30 Estate is based on a stretched platform extended by 50mm, and as a result is a more flexible, family-friendly package.
Hyundai is set to introduce a new level trim to its Santa Fe range this August – called the Limited. The Limited trim is based on Santa Fe’s current CDX trim but comes with additional equipment including wheelarch trims, integrated running boards, privacy glass, a sports mesh grille plus reversing sensors.
Hyundai recently unveiled its new Concept Coupe at the Seoul Motor Show. Named the Veloster - apparently a mixture of ‘velocity’ and ‘roadster’ - this new model has a 2.0 litre/4-cylinder engine and 5-speed gearbox. With a curvaceous body and 20" alloy wheels this new model is shorter and wider than Hyundai’s current Coupe.
Hyundai has added a new luxury special edition to its successful Tucson SUV range, the Xenith, which includes a range of special features. Available in either silver or black, the Tuscon Xenith is a 6-speed, 2.0 CRTD 4WD manual and has the full specification of the Tuscon CDX model plus over £3000 of added spec upgrades.
Hyundai has recently unveiled its new hatchback, the i30, at the Geneva Motor Show. Designed to rival the likes of the popular Ford Focus, VW Golf and Vauxhall Astra, the new i30 is based on the same platform as the new Kia Cee’d. The new i30 will be available from Summer 2007 and will come in a choice of 3 petrol and 3 diesel engine - with either manual or automatic transmissions.