Hyundai i800 (2008 on)

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Hyundai i800

reviewed by jim03913 on 21 September 2011
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Overall rating
4
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
5
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
4
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

does what it says on the tin

I have just got this car and so far it exceeds expectations. I had a VW shuttle prior to this but ended up changing the cam then 250 mls later the particulate filter had to be replaced at a cost of £1000+ each!!!! . The VW was a good 8 seat MPV but this is doing the same job but a lot cheaper + a 5 year warrenty swings it in Hyundai favor. i will be towing a 26 ft. caravan shortly after i have covered some miles to bed in the car so i will be keen to see its abilities as it was the caravan club towcar of the year. This car is not as big as the VW( lwb) so i don't have a problem with it's size. Pity rear seats don't come out though.

ps --- the local hyundai dealer in Glasgow was excellent to deal with-- a big change from some places.

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