• Davez621 avatar Davez621 Posted: 8/11/2011 4:18pm PDT

    The first Hyundai to break the $30,000 price barrier here in Australia was the 1991 Sonata - the top of the line model was $30,990 at the time, and rose to a high of $38,990 in 1995. Today, you can get a top of the line i45 (Sonata) for $37,490 here, which is $1500 less than it cost 16 years ago!

  • fb_1491948054 avatar Kurt Posted: 8/12/2011 3:59am PDT

    @David, what's the perception of Hyundai as an automaker in Australia? Do people see Hyundai's as price-centric cars, or a mainstream brand on par with Holden, Honda, etc.?

  • jeep avatar jeep Posted: 7/28/2011 4:42pm PDT

    Stunning, inside and out! I would love to see Hyundai take those Nazi's at Mercedes down!

  • DRUFFO4291 avatar DRUFFO4291 Posted: 7/27/2011 4:00pm PDT

    Hyundai seems to be a superb job. Not only are they producing great looking vehicles with excellent mpg's.
    Look at their warranty, 5 years 60,0000 miles. all with nice pricing at all levels.
    All these put together makes for a very worthy opponent for other auto companies.

  • jfed avatar jfed Posted: 7/29/2011 10:09am PDT

    We agree. Hyundai is definitely on a roll.