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The 100% Electric Kona SUV

Fuel Economy - $300 per year*

Tucson Series II

That that that's new.

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LATEST HYUNDAI NEWS

Coromandel win gives Paddon fourth NZRC title

22 August, 2018
Kiwi rally star Hayden Paddon has wrapped up the 2018 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship title by winning the one-day, Hyundai NZ-backed Rally of Coromandel today (18 August). With Malcolm Peden in the co-driver’s seat for the second time this season, Paddon overcame turbo hose issues in his Hyundai i20 AP4+ rally car to win his fourth NZRC event this year.

Coromandel unfinished business for Paddon

14 August, 2018
This Saturday’s Hyundai NZ Gold Rush Rally of Coromandel represents unfinished business for Kiwi rally star Hayden Paddon – it’s the one national rally he’s never won.

Hyundai launch all-new Kona Electric

08 August, 2018
Electric vehicles are undoubtedly the way of the future and Hyundai NZ is leading the charge. After the New Zealand launch of its Kona late last year, Hyundai has added an all-electric, zero-emission model to the SUV range. Thought to be something of a milestone in the EV market the all-new Kona Electric is the first compact e-SUV to launch in New Zealand.

* 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. Visit www.fuelsaver.govt.nz to find out more, and how to improve economy.  Cost per year based on price per kWh of electricity $0.15 and average distance of 14000km.