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This Hyundai is stepping on the Genesis brand's toes.
The 2020 Hyundai Ioniq hybrid isn't flashy or fun, but its fuel economy and price may win you over.
If you can easily live with a hydrogen car, the Nexo should be top of your shopping list.
It's not the sharpest or the most practical hot hatch, but the Hyundai Veloster N is easily the most fun.
Loaded with tech and design flair, Hyundai's seventh-generation Elantra sedan is a more compelling compact than ever.
Hyundai's electrified Elantra offers an impressive 54 miles per gallon combined.
The Encore GX is another utility vehicle, and Buick needs those right now. But it's no better than the smaller Encore, nor is it a step above non-luxury subcompact competitors.
Hyundai's little Ioniq Electric is a great car for first-time EV buyers.
Hyundai absolutely nailed it with the Kona, full stop.
Hyundai's latest Sonata Hybrid is a winner.
Spacious and comfortable, the 2020 Buick Enclave isn't a bad choice in its crowded class of seven-passenger SUVs. It's just not the best choice.
The Hyundai Venue is a tiny design-forward crossover that shows what small affordable cars should aspire to be.
A surprise-and-delight SUV loaded with luxury, tech and safety features, the Hyundai Palisade delivers big value.
Hyundai's Elantra GT N Line is a legit alternative to the Honda Civic Si and Volkswagen Golf GTI.
Low price notwithstanding, the Santa Fe is compelling. But because it is priced so low, this is a midsize crossover that’s definitely worth your attention.
Familiarity breeds comfort, so the Kona Electric is a good way to bring new EV buyers into the fold.
The hottest Veloster is the spirit animal for those who place priority on going fast.
If size isn't everything, this should be on your short list.