While Hyundai started out as a purveyor of budget-priced economy cars, it's now a big hitter in the automotive world with many impressively engineered and handsomely designed vehicles on offer. Models such as the Elantra compact car and the Santa Fe SUV still offer good value but make no excuses compared with their close rivals, making them solid choices in their respective segments. The upcoming 2020 Sonata mid-size sedan takes things up a level with daring styling and an impressive array of technology features. There's plenty of variety in the lineup, too, with vehicles including fuel-sipping Ioniq and the sporty and quirky Veloster.
The 2021 Hyundai Santa Cruz will be the company's first pickup truck and will potentially have truly innovative features.
If you think it's impossible to be frugal and also park a nicely equipped new car in your driveway, you need to test-drive the 2020 Hyundai Accent.
With tons of features for the price, excellent fuel economy, and peppy turbocharged engines available, the 2020 Elantra stands out as a bargain.
The 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT is a tidy and efficient package with clean, elegant design, but the GT suffix promises a bit more sportiness than it can deliver.
With affordable pricing, generous standard equipment, and excellent efficiency, the Hyundai Ioniq is easy on your wallet and the environment.
The subcompact Hyundai Kona is the whole package: Striking looks, engaging driving dynamics, and a comfortable cabin.
Competitive electric-car attributes in an SUV form makes the Kona Electric one of our favorite EVs—its spunky handling and generous warranty are bonuses.
If you're ready to take on the challenge of owning a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle, the 2020 Hyundai Nexo is your best bet.
With an eminently practical cabin and excellent value versus rivals, the 2020 Santa Fe is an underrated mid-sizer that delivers nearly everything families want.
The Sonata is all new for 2020, and it's a perfect showcase for Hyundai's characteristic mix of attractive design and high-level features at an affordable price.
Hyundai has evolved from making low-priced econoboxes to producing stylish, feature-rich cars and SUVs; the 2020 Tucson is just one of the brand's latest examples.
The Veloster is a hatchback that offers affordable pricing, engaging driving dynamics, and a generous range of standard equipment.
The Veloster N is fun, funky, and affordable, but others in this class approach transcendence.
The Venue is an excellent value and easy to maneuver in urban areas, but the subcompact SUV accelerates slowly and feels jittery on the highway.
Entry-level cars often offer only entry-level features, but the Hyundai Accent adds many upscale, desirable items to the subcompact segment.
In short order, Hyundai has elevated the Elantra from rental-fleet staple to rising star in its class.
The elegantly styled 2019 Hyundai Elantra GT has the dubious task of unseating esteemed hatchback rivals, especially since two of them are on our 10Best Cars list.
The Ioniq was launched with a hybrid model before growing to include an EV and, finally, a plug-in hybrid.
With standout styling, a punchy turbo four, and packed with features, the 2019 Kona is fun to look at and fun to drive.
With its standout styling and long electric-only driving range, the Kona Electric is poised for success.
The hydrogen-powered Nexo is Hyundai's eco-friendly flagship, packed with state-of-the-art tech.
The Hyundai Santa Fe and the three-row Santa Fe XL are stylish, family-friendly crossovers, and both are packed with features.
The Santa Fe Sport is the smaller, five-passenger crossover in the Santa Fe lineup, with handsomely rugged styling.
The Sonata combines expressive styling with contemporary features that consumers want.
The 2019 Tucson boasts a stylish exterior, a well-made cabin, and plenty of features, presenting an upscale, near-luxury appearance inside and out.
Previously a wacky-shaped also-ran in the sport-compact world, the Veloster’s newfound driving verve and low price make it a hot-hatch bargain.
The Veloster N is the first American ambassador for Hyundai’s performance sub-brand and already the company’s best-driving model ever.
From its quiet cabin and refined powertrain to its handsome yet mild styling, the Azera offers plenty to appreciate.
While the Elantra sedan has been overhauled, the Touring wagon trucks on basically the same since its 2009 introduction.
Fans of traditional sliding-door minivans come to the Kia/Hyundai twins (Sedona/Entourage) for long lists of standard features and options, all at economical prices.
If you don’t want the neighbors to know how deep your pockets are—and don’t want to sacrifice luxury—the Equus might be the car for you.
Hyundai continues to make cars worthy of serious consideration, and the Genesis is no exception—it’s a compelling value in the mid-size luxury game.
This particular branch of the Genesis family tree aspires to drift-king greatness and a muscle-car reputation, but achieves neither.
The Tiburon is often a forgotten car, overshadowed by more youthful players such as the Scion tC and Honda Civic Si.
Never visit a gas station again—except for a bag of Fritos, maybe—with the hydrogen-fueled Tucson Fuel Cell.
Hyundai’s size-L crossover is a seven-passenger mommy bus that concentrates on cabin comfort, safety, and ride quality.