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The latest generation of NZ's

favourite family SUV is here!

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One Large Self-watering

Vegepod to be won

All-new Venue

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COVID-19 updates

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safely support

customers with vehicle

requirements.

RECALL ANNOUNCEMENT: Hyundai New Zealand is conducting a safety recall on Kona Electric Vehicles sold in New Zealand. We will contact affected customers and provide further information on the safety recall and provide recommended actions customers can take until we are able to assess customers vehicles. Customers can call 0800 HYUNDAI if they require further information.

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Hyundai Auto Link

Hyundai Auto Link connects to your car’s on-board computers via your smartphone and supports the following features;

  • Remote Control Engine Start/Stop & Door Lock/Unlock for ease of access to your car (Premium)
  • Driving History & Driving Statistics so you can compare your driving to other Hyundai drivers
  • Take care of your vehicle with Health Checks and up-to-date Service Information
  • + Many More Features!

100% KIWI OWNED

 The Hyundai brand has grown rapidly into a global automotive powerhouse. But first and foremost, we are a local business. Hyundai New Zealand is 100% kiwi owned and all our Hyundai dealers are 100% NZ operated. This means we are a New Zealand company helping New Zealanders grow. 

LATEST HYUNDAI NEWS

Paddon strong despite Portugal disappointment

21 May, 2018
Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon remains positive that the pace he showed at this weekend’s FIA World Rally Championship round in Portugal will translate into good results in the near future, despite having crashed out of the event.

Whangarei win part of Paddon’s Portugal prep

06 May, 2018
With stand-in co-driver Malcolm Peden alongside, Paddon won all 18 special stages of the two-day gravel rally in his New Zealand-built Hyundai i20 AP4+ car.

Turbocharging and AWD adds spice to the Hyundai Kona flavour

20 March, 2018
You have to hand it to Hyundai. While many of the other car companies are still talking about electrification of their vehicles, the South Korean brand is actually doing it.

* Your actual cost per year and energy consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and energy price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this cost says. Cost per year based on charging a 64kW Kona Electric on a home charger at a price per kWh of electricity at $0.20 and average distance of 14,000km per year.