Hyundai Motability Offers & May 2024 Price List

What Hyundai Cars Can I Get On Motability?

Hyundai work in partnership with the Hyundai dealer network to provide Motability customers with the help and support they need to enjoy ‘worry-free’ driving year after year. The Motability car lease scheme gives disabled people, their families and carers the chance to benefit from simple, affordable and ‘all-inclusive’ motoring.

The current Motability price list features a great range of Hyundai cars and SUVs, many of which are available to order with £0 Advance Payment. Models available to order include the Hyundai i20, the Bayon and the popular Tucson SUV.


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Hyundai Reviews

Hyundai Bayon review

Hyundai's entry-level crossover model is this car, the Bayon, here usefully updated. It takes established engineering from the brand's i20 supermini and delivers it with the trendier crossover vibe that customers for small cars increasingly want. Plus there's also the advantage of a more sophisticated and more spacious cabin than you'd get with a conventional small hatch. This is a much-copied formula of course, but this Hyundai delivers it with value and a class-leading warranty.

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Hyundai i10 review

We're going to see far fewer citycars on the market in the coming years, which is welcome news for Hyundai, who has reaffirmed its commitment to the segment by introducing this third generation version of its popular i10 tiny hatch. It's billed as the most hi-tech citycar ever.

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Hyundai i20 review

The third generation version of Hyundai's i20 has been usefully improved. No longer merely a budget choice, it now has the quality, the efficiency, the technology and the looks to square up against the supermini class leaders. Plus it's still got one of the best after-sales packages anywhere in the car industry - and pricing hasn't got too ambitious. In other words, if you're shopping in this segment, here's a car you shouldn't leave off your shortlist.

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Hyundai i30 review

If, in choosing a Focus-sized Family Hatchback, you merely want to buy a very good one and pay as little as possible for it, then Hyundai has a proposition for you - its third generation i30, now much improved. The more efficient engines now feature mild hybrid tech, plus there's a smarter look both inside and out and extra safety kit and media connectivity. Overall, it's certainly a more competitive proposition than before. Spacious, sensibly-specced and value-laden, this is one car that all the other big volume manufacturers are keeping their eye on.

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Hyundai i30 Tourer review

If you require a practical and well built car that's manageably sized and won't break the bank, Hyundai have something that is well worth a look. This improved version of the third generation i30 Tourer may not be the most charismatic choice in the sector but it could be the most sensible. It scores strongly for build quality and no-nonsense utility.

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Hyundai IONIQ 5 review

Having shaken up the market with its very first IONIQ, Hyundai has done so again with this far more sophisticated IONIQ 5. This time round, the IONIQ is only an EV - and it's quite an arresting one, aimed at premium compact hatch and Crossover models typified by cars like Volkswagen's ID.4, Ford's Mustang MACH-E, the Polestar2 and this Hyundai's close cousin, the Kia EV6. You have to offer something interesting and different in that kind of company. The IONIQ 5 very definitely does.

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Hyundai IONIQ 6 review

The race is on to create the most streamlined passenger EV - and here's Hyundai's contender, the IONIQ 6, which slips through the air at just 0.21Cd. The result is a possible 338 mile range that beats many obvious rivals. And brings this saloon counterpart to the IONIQ 5 right into contention if you're looking at cars like the Polestar 2 and the Tesla Model 3.

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Hyundai Kona review

Hyundai's compact Kona SUV has evolved in this second generation form. As before, there are mild and full-Hybrid options, plus an EV. And all offer more space, greater sophistication and smarter looks. Sounds promising.

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Hyundai Kona Electric review

Contrary perhaps to appearances, Hyundai's second generation Kona Electric is a very different proposition to its predecessor. And contrary perhaps to expectations, it's also quite different to its close Hyundai Motor Group cousin, the car you might expect it to merely clone, the Kia Niro EV. In short, as far as it can, this larger, smarter, more sophisticated MK2 Kona Electric wants to set itself apart in the segment for compact EV Crossovers.

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Hyundai Kona Hybrid review

A little surprisingly, there still aren't many full-Hybrid small SUV crossovers on the market - just conventional models, mild hybrids and full-electric contenders. But Hyundai, borrowing the engineering first seen in the Kia Niro, has carved out a useful niche for itself with this Kona Hybrid model. Here's the second generation version, which offers more space, greater sophistication and smarter looks. Sounds promising.

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Hyundai Tucson review

Hyundai are aiming high with this fourth generation version of their stylish Tucson, a sharp-suited family mid-sized SUV aimed at the Qashqai-class. We're told it'll 'change the way you drive': this lightly improved version of this design certainly intends to change this Korean brand's fortunes in this sector.

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Hyundai Tucson Hybrid HEV review

Hyundai has almost fully electrified the engine line-up used with its fourth generation Tucson mid-sized SUV, but you'll need a full-Hybrid powerplant of some kind to see a real efficiency benefit. Probably the one used in this front-driven Hybrid HEV variant. Here, we look at the revised model.

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