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Hyundai targets SME customers through LinkedIn

By |2017-11-20T12:21:44+00:00February 27th, 2013|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

Hyundai is serious about making contact with SME buyers through online tools like LinkedIn groups HYUNDAI wants to target its SME customers more effectively through LinkedIn, the professional contact social media website. Martin Wilson, Hyundai fleet director, said it was all about the brand being more professional in its dealings with potential customers. "We need to use LinkedIn [...]

5 Year Triple Care warranty attracting new customers to Hyundai

By |2017-11-20T12:21:45+00:00February 27th, 2013|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

A combination of improved cars, competitive contract hire rates, and the warranty is winning round buyers like Peters Foods which is replacing its 50 company cars with Hyundais HYUNDAI'S new car warranty - called the 5 Year Triple Care Unlimited Mileage Warranty - is responsible for attracting new customers to the brand, says Hyundai. Some fleets can run [...]

Alphabet does public service

By |2017-11-20T12:21:40+00:00February 15th, 2013|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Editor's blog, Hyundai Reviews, Industry articles, News|

Clive Buhagiar, Alphabet's head of public sector, doing his bit for reducing public sector spend I WAS talking to Clive Buhagiar earlier today. He was very chipper and update about some of the work he’s been doing with Alphabet. Alphabet is one of the big three contract hire companies, and Clive is head of the public sector division [...]

Ford has the lowest repair costs

By |2017-11-20T12:21:01+00:00November 23rd, 2012|Car news and reviews, Citroen Reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Contract hire and leasing, Fiat Reviews, Ford Reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News, Peugeot Reviews, Seat Reviews, Skoda Reviews, Smart Reviews, SME business motoring and fleet management, Suzuki Reviews, Vauxhall Reviews|

Ford cars are the cheapest for accident repair according to Warranty Direct claims Story: DAVID WILKINS IF you want to keep repair costs down on your company cars, buy a Ford. That's the message of a survey carried out by MoneySupermarket.com and Warranty Direct. The survey, based on claims made Warranty Direct policy-holders, showed average repair costs on [...]

Hyundai business travel reaches for the skies

By |2017-11-20T12:20:59+00:00November 16th, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

Hyundai: offers first class business travel support to Titan Airways Story: MATT MORTON IF you’re a frequent user of business charter flights, then you’ve probably come across Titan Airways before. And if you’ve come across Titan Airways, then you’ll soon be coming across one of their new business cars from Hyundai. Titan Airways specialises in VIP and corporate [...]

Hyundai zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell ix35 available to fleets next year

By |2017-11-20T12:20:32+00:00October 8th, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

Story: COLIN DAWSON For drivers and passengers, the ix35 Fuel Cell is said to be barely distinguishable from its conventionally powered cousin Hyundai will begin production of a zero-emission ix35 Fuel Cell model in December aimed at public and private fleets. Deliveries will begin in 2013. The company recently showed a production-ready ix35 Fuel Cell model at the [...]

Nick Tunnell appointed as Hyundai’s new aftersales director

By |2017-11-20T12:20:28+00:00October 1st, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

Nick Tunnell: wide brief for new after sales director role When you have such a strong warranty offering - Hyundai's five-year triple care warranty with unlimited mileage - you need the right aftersales director. So that's what Hyundai has done with the appointment of Nick Tunnell, who has moved from his position as aftersales commercial manager to the [...]

The new Sante Fe moves upmarket, and adds a 2WD company car tax cutter to the range

By |2017-11-20T12:20:24+00:00September 26th, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews|

Hyundai has added much improved quality to the Sante Fe's inherent practicality
And company car tax is down to 25% on some models - business buyers take note.
Hyundai car review: PETER NUNN

Santa Fe moves onto the business stage route

By |2017-11-20T12:20:21+00:00September 20th, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

Author: ROBIN ROBERTS Hyundai is giving less to do more with business buyers looking for a new MPV. The third generation Santa Fe will go on sale in Britain on 15 October for the first time with a 2WD derivative alongside the more familiar 4WD stablemates. Since it was introduced to Britain in 2001, Santa Fe has been [...]

Free-trade is not necessarily fair trade say Europe’s car makers

By |2017-11-20T12:18:36+00:00May 8th, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, Kia Reviews, News|

  Author: Robin Roberts European auto makers have begun a lobbying effort aimed at revising a free-trade agreement that has led to a substantial increase in imports of Korean-made vehicles. A new trade agreement between the European Union and South Korea went into effect in July, eliminating an up to 10% tariff in two steps. Vehicle imports from [...]

Best estate car

By |2017-11-20T12:17:58+00:00March 21st, 2012|Best company cars, Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews|

Author: Sam Hardy Winner: Hyundai i40 Estate At last Hyundai has produced a large car that can take on and provide a compelling alternative to the establishment – and the new i40 Estate is just that car. It’s a thoroughly class act – smartly styled, enjoyable to drive with a huge boot that has 1,719 litres of space, [...]

New Hyundai i30 looks a great business car bet

By |2017-11-20T12:17:52+00:00March 15th, 2012|Car news and reviews, Company car and business car reviews, Hyundai Reviews, News|

Author: Robin Roberts BIGGER, bolder and with fuel-saving Blue Drive technology, the new generation Hyundai i30 five-door hatchback is destined to drive up sales this year particularly to small businesses and SME fleets. Restyled inside and out, wider and longer with a bigger footprint on the road, the latest i30 series is designed, engineered and made in Europe. [...]

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