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Facelifting a car usually means the introduction of a raft of new engine options and models. Not for Hyundai, though. It's upgrading the Elantra, yet is now selling only one version: the 2.0 CRTD CDX.
There's a new kid on the mud-plugging block - the Hyundai Tucson. Unveiled at this week's Chicago Motor Show, it arrives in Britain in the autumn.
A five-year warranty and three years' free servicing until the end of next month already make the Hyundai Getz an attractive proposition for those looking for a no-hassle budget runabout.
If value for money is your priority, then a Hyundai will always be near the top of your shortlist. With a five-year warranty as standard and a range which improves every year, there are plenty of new car customers. But what about second-hand?
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