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Hyundai Tyres

At Tyres On The Drive, you can get your new Hyundai tyres fitted as early as the next day, and at a time and location that’s convenient for you.

About Hyundai

With just a few models, Hyundai and its sister company, Kia, have come from being considered as a poor relation of the UK car market to respected player. Its cars are practical and offer good value, are largely family oriented although Hyundai has a growing policy of building performance ‘halo’ versions and

with its five year/100,000 mile warranty, it is still ahead of most manufacturers with the obvious exception of Kia which adds another two years to its cover! The brand continues to attract new customers and 2018 saw its fourth consecutive year-on-year growth in the UK and Europe.

Popular Hyundai Cars


Voted the Most Highly Rated Car of 2018 by consumer website,, the smallest Hyundai is also one of its most popular. The little i10 is a five-door city car praised for its comfort, economy and low running costs and overall reliability. It was launched in 2008 and was heavily updated in 2016 to bring it into line with consumer expectations on connectivity and safety. Power comes from either a 1.0 or 1.25 litre petrol engine. Depending on the model, the i10 uses 155/70 R13, 175 / 65 R14 or 185/55 R15 tyres.


An award winner in both the new and used car markets, the i20 was updated in 2018 and is available as a three or five door family hatchback and also as a crossover, urban SUV-type car. It has the very latest anti-collision technology, good connectivity, comes in a choice of ten colours and offers buyers lots of personalisation options. It was recently voted the best compact car in a German test and the best second hand car for a first time buyer. Depending on the model, the i20 uses 185/65 R15, 195/55 R16 and 205/45 R17 tyres.


This is a rival to the Ford Focus/Vauxhall Astra type of car and gives away nothing to any competitor in terms of safety and connectivity features. It comes as a five door hatchback, an estate (Tourer), a fastback which is a rakish five-door, and now with the N Line performance versions. There are highly efficient 1.0 litre turbocharged entry versions up to the flagship 2.0 litre N Performance car, which has more than twice the power.


Sold as a saloon but also in the much more popular Tourer (estate) form, the i40 is a high-tech car with plenty of safety and luxury features more usually associated with more expensive cars. It has an LCD dashboard, up to nine airbags, an electronic stop/start so you don’t need to insert and turn the ignition key, electronic parking brake and much more.


Voted the best hybrid 2019 by What Car? magazine, the IONIQ is a leader in the new wave of petrol and/or electric cars and comes in three versions; a standard hybrid with a 1.6 petrol engine and electric motor, a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) where the battery can be topped up from a recharging point in addition to the energy recapture it gets when the car is braking, and as a pure battery driven, electric only car. Between them they offer the modern and eco-focused technology increasingly demanded by today’s buyers.


This is a mid-size SUV with modern styling, colour options and the latest cockpit features such as a Head-Up Display where the main information such as speed are projected into the driver’s line of vision on the windscreen so they don’t have to take their eyes off the road. It uses a 1.0 litre turbo petrol engine or a 1.6 (turbo) petrol and there is also a 1.6 diesel, it offers four wheel drive and the latest safety technology including AEB – Automatic Emergency Braking which activates the brakes if sensors gauge the gap between the car and an obstacle ahead is closing too fast for comfort. AEB is a big tick in reducing insurance costs.


Sold out for 2019, this is an example of the new wave of electric SUVs coming out with a meaningful range of up to around 275 miles on a single charge. It can be recharged either at home or from one of the network of fast-charging points around the country.


A traditionally styled mid-size SUV, the Hyundai Tucson has a best-in-class boot space, a full suite of safety features, petrol or diesel engines and although there are some 4×4 versions, the majority of the range are front wheel drive. Depending on the version it has 16, 17, 18 or 19 inch wheels.


A long-established name in the Hyundai portfolio, the Santa Fe is a big seven seater SUV with a luxurious interior and a clever four wheel drive system which ensures maximum traction on any surface. It rides on 17, 18 or 19 inch wheels.


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