All-new Palisade

Our new flagship SUV.

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Two Huski prize packs

New Santa Fe

The latest generation

of NZ's favourite

family SUV is here!

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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

New Zealand’s best-selling new EV – the Hyundai IONIQ

16 January, 2018
Hyundai’s award winning IONIQ is rapidly gaining popularity in New Zealand after being introduced here new earlier last year.

Hyundai Auto Link™ connected driver app arrives with Kona

15 January, 2018
A new proprietary smartphone app, Hyundai Auto Link™, will enhance the way owners connect with their car and much more.

Hyundai re-invents popular i30 range

14 January, 2018
Hyundai has brought its i30 five door range to a third generation with evolutionary upgrades to styling, convenience, safety, specification and powertrains.

Hyundai and St John continue essential community partnership

14 January, 2018
Hyundai and St John continue their 12 year partnership in support of New Zealand communities with the handover of a Hyundai iMax Health Shuttle van.

The largest transition of combustion engines to pure electric shared vehicles in the Southern Hemisphere is set to get underway in Christchurch from November.

14 January, 2018
The largest transition of combustion engines to pure electric shared vehicles in the Southern Hemisphere is set to get underway in Christchurch from November.