Hyundai iX35 Pricing and Specs
If you're looking to trace Hyundai's roadmap to success in Australia, the ix35 will stand out as a critical moment in the company's recent history. The compact SUV (it competes in the small SUV segment) proved a huge success here, despite earlier iterations feeling a little unsuited for Australian conditions. The introduction of Hyundai's localised suspension tuning program helped matters along, and as it neared the end of its life-cycle (it's now been replaced by the Hyundai Tucson), the $11,488-$23,990 ix35 was praised for its practicality, technology and improved dynamics.
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