Hyundai SUVs Discover the Hyundai SUV range and compare new, used and leasing deals

Hyundai is a carmaker that has made great strides in recent decades and is now a global brand that is one of the leading developers of electric vehicles. They have built a reputation for building reliable, well-equipped cars, while design has also become a strength of late. The brand’s line-up of SUVs ranges in size and powertrain, but they all share the qualities that have made Hyundai so popular among buyers.

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Hyundai SUV range: current models

There’s no way from Hyundai’s model naming system to indicate if a car in its range is an SUV or not, so we’ve outlined the cars with the necessary characteristics below. They include cars with traditional engine ranges and all-electric models.

Hyundai Bayon

The Hyundai Bayon is a good city runaround, with lots of useful equipment coming as standard, but it’s not as practical as some rivals.

Hyundai Kona

A small but spacious SUV, the Hyundai Kona has styling straight off the set of a sci-fi movie. The latest version is longer, wider and taller than before, which offers greater practicality.

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

In addition to the choice of 1.0 and 1.6 petrol engines in the standard variant, the Kona Hybrid offers better fuel economy – 60mpg, on official tests – with a 1.6 self-charging hybrid system.

Hyundai Kona Electric

Hyundai's electric Kona gets the same cutting-edge new look for its second generation as the combustion-engined Kona, and its larger size also makes it more practical. The battery also enables a range of up to 319 miles.

Hyundai Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson ticks all of the family car boxes, with practicality and a good interior its strongest points. The boot capacity is seriously impressive and there’s a good choice of engines, including a mild hybrid variant.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

The all-electric Ioniq 5’s incredibly retro-futuristic styling really helps it to stand out on the road. Add to the mix a plush, comfortable and spacious interior, with an electric battery than supply a range of up to 298 miles, and you have a fantastic all-round package.

Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

Hyundai is on a mission to prove that EVs can be fun, so the Ioniq 5 N has given the all-electric SUV the hot-hatch treatment. It’s fast, furious and fun – but all that performance comes at a cost.

Hyundai Santa Fe

The Hyundai Santa Fe is a large seven-seat family car that offers a decent amount of standard equipment, a spacious cabin and plenty of variants – including plug-in and self-charging hybrids, to improve fuel economy.

Hyundai SUVs FAQs

While it’s sometimes tricky to give a blanket opinion of a model-range, it’s safe to say that Hyundai SUVs all offer good levels of standard equipment, practicality, thought-through stylish design and dependability. The all-electric SUVs also show the direction we’re all headed in – and we like the way they’re heading.
Hyundai regularly ranks highly in ownership surveys for its reliability and solid build quality. This is reinforced by the company’s five-year warranty, which is transferrable when the car has a new owner.
Prices for the Bayon start at just below £20,000, which is good value for a small urban SUV. The Kona takes the range over the £30,000 mark, with the Santa Fe topping out the range from around £40,000. You will have to pay a premium for the Ioniq 5 N, though, with prices for the hot EV SUV starting at £64,808. 
At 4,785mm in length, the Santa Fe is the daddy of the Hyundai SUV range. Its spacious interior and seven proper (adult-sized) seats, along with comfortable on-road manners, make it a serious competitor in its class. 
The smallest Hyundai SUV is the Bayon, its 4,180mm length making it a good size for nipping around urban streets. 
Some might say it looks more like a hatchback on steroids than an SUV, but whatever it is, we like the Ioniq 5. We love its bold, eye-catching design, the performance of the electric powertrain and the incredibly spacious cabin.