The Korean carmaker arrived here in the 1980s as a cheap-and-cheerful brand for the cash-strapped, but it is now represented by the factory and has a much broader appeal with a comprehensive range of well built, competent and affordable models including small, mid-sized and medium sedans and hatches, sporty coupes, SUVs, people-movers, and light commercials. Small cars are the i20, Accent, Elantra and i30 hatches, medium models comprise Sonata hatch, and i40 sedan and wagon, there's also the sporty Veloster coupe, and the luxury Genesis sedan. The peoplemovers are the compact ix35 and the medium Santa Fe, and there's also a range of vans and light-duty trucks.
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