Hyundai iX35 | Auto Express

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Hyundai ix35


The ix35 crossover is respectable addition to Hyundai’s range, and while it doesn’t in any one area – and isn’t likely to the Nissan Qashqai or Ford as a result – it does have a lot for it. Space and equipment are generous, and it well, too. Also in its is that by the time sales in spring, there will be a engine line-up. And with likely to kick off at around the ix35 certainly has value for on its side as well

The Sante Fe is getting a little – and Auto Express has driven it! is Hyundai’s new compact crossover, the

Charged not only with the firm’s popular budget the Tucson, it arrives in UK showrooms in the with its eye on competing with Qashqai and Ford’s Kuga, Is it good enough to do that? We hit the to find out.

First are that it’s a distinctive-looking – slashes down the flanks and a grille give the ix35 of road presence. The Hyundai is longer than its Qashqai and inside there’s lots of even for tall rear However, one body range there’s only space for

Up front, the dashboard is clearly out and, while the plastics of particularly high quality, it feel solid. There’s a of equipment, too.

Our Premium car comes with climate heated leather seats, wipers and a panoramic glass as well as an iPod connector and alloys.

There’s a lot to shout about the bonnet, too, in the shape of a 182bhp 2.0-litre turbodiesel It heads a range which also include 1.6-litre and petrol variants, plus a diesel. Two-wheel drive and drive will be offered.

to an automatic gearbox, its smoothly 383Nm of torque means takes only 9.4seconds. On the there’s plenty of urge for And when you factor in 47mpg and CO2 emissions of 158g/km, it’s that this is an impressive

However, ride and handling are inspiring. The ix35 doesn’t as agile or as accurate as the Kuga or with slightly vague and suspension that gets quite easily. Yet body is well suppressed when hard, and the ix35 feels very stable at high

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by bigned on Tue, 2010-10-05

Hyundai ix35

I’ve just bought a new IX35 Premium

It looks great, but I’ve a few little niggles.

The steering very vague. I have to put little adjustments in to keep the going straight.

I have the pack. The radio and CD player are and the reversing camera is brilliant, the Sat Nav is useless. It tells you to turn when the highlighted route you going left, it tells you an island at the wrong exit, it find Postcodes and when it you cannot always put the correct number in.

Also you cannot put a full code in, so unless you know the name your knackered.

On the side it’s all voice Just say RADIO or NAVIGATION or CD and it switches to what you want.

The has plenty of pull and the 6 speed is very smooth.

Let’s hope I get used to the steering.

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