Established in 1967, Hyundai is South Korea’s biggest car manufacturer, with a range of great value cars of all sizes selling to 193 countries worldwide. Back in1998 Hyundai bought their rival, Kia motors which secured their place as the largest car manufacturer in Korea. They currently operate the world's largest integrated automobile manufacturing factory and employ over 75,000 people worldwide.
Despite being a Korean manufacturer they're steeped in British history. After producing their first car, the Cortina, while teamed up with Ford, Hyundai decided they wanted to develop their own cars. They turned to the former director of Austin Morris, George Turnbull, who in turn hired five other Brits to head up the development of their first self-developed car. What they created was the Pony which was released in 1975. Ten years later, they'd made their millionth car.
Look at the tables below for some information on cars in their current range, which could impact your running costs and insurance premiums.