Hyundai SUV Range
Hyundai are really leading the way when it comes to SUV’s, with no less than 5 models in the range, with some of those models available as an electric version should you want a more efficient mode of transport.
When the time comes to upgrade to an SUV, you don’t need to compromise style or technology features for additional space.
In fact, Hyundai’s SUV models are packed with a wide range of safety and driver assist features, making it a truly enjoyable drive and there is no compromise on style, with sleek designs across the range.
Whether you would prefer to opt for a compact hatchback such as the Hyundai Kona, or a 7-seater spacious model like the Hyundai Santa Fe, there is something for everyone.
Hyundai Small SUVs
Compact SUVs are great for those who don’t need the space of a large SUV, but have outgrown their standard hatchback or estate model. Compact SUVs are more than capable of navigating city streets with ease and also tackling remote country roads during weekend adventures.
The ability to switch seamlessly between these environments makes a compact SUV the perfect option for those who do enjoy heading out on a weekend but need a practical vehicle for commuting during the week.
The Hyundai Kona is the smallest SUV in the range but is still capable of accommodating a growing family. With a 374 litre boot space, there’s enough room for everyone’s luggage, leaving more room in the cabin for passengers.
If you need to create more boot space, the 60:40 split means you can keep 2 of the rear seats and still have additional boot space for larger items.
There’s plenty of technology features as standard, including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and premium audio from Krell. The 10.25” touch screen allows you to access your cars features, the infotainment and navigation system.
Hyundai Mid SUVs
If you require additional space and a compact SUV is slightly too small, a mid-sized SUV such as the Hyundai Tucson is a great compromise. The Tucson provides much more space in the cabin for your passengers, making it a more suitable option if you do regular long journeys such as motorway driving or heading off on a staycation. There’s also much more boot space in a mid-sized SUV than a compact SUV.
If you need additional space, the Hyundai Tucson has more cabin room for the driver and their passengers.
The Tucson is incredibly stylish and sophisticated, with modern aesthetics and chiselled surfaces.
If you prefer a sportier model, the Tucson N Line comes equipped with a leather steering wheel, red accent stitching and seats with lumbar support in a mixture of suede and leather.
The Premium model is fitted with a panoramic sunroof, 19” alloy wheels and Parametric Hidden Lights.
Hyundai 7-Seater SUVs
Seven-seater SUVs are great for accommodating larger families who may have outgrown a compact or mid-sized SUV with only five seats. A seven-seater SUV provides enough room for most families so there’s no need to purchase more than one vehicle to accommodate everyone.
Despite being a seven-seater SUV, style and design isn’t compromised and there’s plenty of technology features as standard, to keep everyone entertained.
Hyundai Santa Fe
The Hyundai Santa Fe, for a 7-seater car, is incredibly stylish and sleek without that bulky look associated with some other 7-seater models.
Inside the cabin, there’s plenty of innovative technology, including a 12.3” digital display cluster, 10.25” touch windscreen, smartphone mirroring, KRELL premium sound system, wireless phone charging, head up display and rear occupant alert.
For comfort and ease and with the touch of a button, the second row of seats can slide out of the way, offering easier access to the third row.
Hyundai Hybrid SUVs
Hybrid vehicles are powered by a combination of an internal combustion engine and an electric motor, utilising energy stored in the vehicle’s battery.
The battery is then charged using regenerative braking and the internal combustion engine.
Once the vehicle has reached its limit on the electric charge, it switches to the fuel repository, which helps prevent range anxiety associated with a pure electric vehicle.
Hyundai Kona Hybrid
The Hyundai Kona Hybrid is the perfect option if you need a more compact SUV, but still need plenty of space to accommodate the whole family.
Equipped with both a petrol engine and an electric motor, the Kona delivers excellent fuel economy and reduced emissions.
The regenerative braking technology allows the energy produced when braking to be stored in the battery, when the electric motor regenerates this kinetic energy into electric energy.
Hyundai Santa Fe Plug In
If you need a 7-seater SUV and you are looking to reduce your emissions, the Hyundai Santa Fe Plug In, you’ll get all the features and benefits of the conventional engine Santa Fe model, with the added benefit of low emissions and reduced associated costs.
If you have an issue with range anxiety, the plug-in option will offer complete peace of mind, as the hybrid system will take over as soon as the electric range is depleted.
Inspired by the shapes found in nature, the Hyundai Bayon is designed to provide a comfortable and relaxing environment and a modern atmosphere for a more enjoyable drive, every time.
The 10.25” digital cluster and 10.25” centre touchscreen with split screen functionality always keeps you in control of your vehicle’s entertainment.
The design is sleek and stylish, so fits seamlessly into any city environment. There’s a 334 litre boot space that can accommodate your cargo on longer journeys.
Hyundai Electric SUVs
If you’re looking for a zero emissions vehicle, an electric car might be best for your needs, but it’s important to consider your needs and requirements before you make your final decision.
An all-electric model might not be best suited to you if you do long motorway miles, whereas a hybrid may be more suitable. Conversely, if you do lots of short journeys, such as to the shop or to a local place of work, an all-electric might be more economical for you.
Hyundai Kona Electric
Offering up to 300 miles on a single charge, the Hyundai Kona Electric omits zero emissions during your journey.
There’s no compromise on technology and safety features with the electric model, so you can drive clean without being at a disadvantage.
The electric technology provides an acceleration of 7.9 seconds to reach 62mph and rapid charging takes just 47 minutes to reach 80% capacity.
The Hyundai Nexo takes clean energy and low emissions to a whole new level. Powered by hydrogen, the fuel cell combines oxygen and hydrogen to create electrons that drive the motor and power the battery.
With an impressive range of 414 miles, the Nexo is ideal for those looking for a zero emission vehicle that is more than capable of making longer journeys.
The hydrogen can be pumped into the vehicle in as little as 5 minutes, making it much more convenient than plugging your vehicle into the wall.
If you would like to take a test drive of one of the Hyundai SUVs, contact your local Hyundai dealer, BCC Cars in Blackburn and Bolton.