Hyundai will match Kia’s industry-leading seven-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty on the i30 hatchback and Elantra sedan until the end of June.
The longer warranty headlines a long list of end of financial year (EOFY) deals, including low finance rates and sharp drive-away deals on entry-level Go and Active models across the Hyundai range.
The deals comes as the Australian car market battles slow sales caused by tough economic and lending conditions, and lockdowns designed to slow the spread of COVID-19.
A full list of deals is below.
The mainstream i30 hatchback range will be offered with a seven-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty. Hot i30 N models are excluded, and will instead maintain their five-year coverage.
Atop the warranty, the following drive-away prices will be offered:
- i30 Go manual: $21,190 drive-away
- i30 Go: $23,470 drive-away
- i30 Active manual: $23,450 drive-away
- i30 Active: $25,220 drive-away
As with the i30, the soon-to-be-replaced Elantra sedan will be offered with a seven-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty. The following drive-away prices will be offered:
- Elantra Go manual: $21,210 drive-away
- Elantra Go: $23,480 drive-away
- Elantra Active: $26,500 drive-away
The Hyundai Ioniq range is being offered with zero per cent finance.
The new Veloster doesn’t benefit from the seven-year warranty, but it’s being offered with a $2000 factory bonus – a $2000 discount on the list price at purchase.
Hyundai is also offering zero per cent APR finance, and a 1.25 per cent comparison rate.
The Venue is still a fresh model, but it’s being offered with drive-away pricing.
- Venue Go manual: $22,690 drive-away
- Venue Go: $24,210 drive-away
- Venue Active manual: $24,700 drive-away
- Venue Active: $26,220 drive-away
- Venue Elite: $29,240 drive-away
The compact Kona SUV is being offered with drive-away prices and factory bonuses at the bottom end of the range, while more expensive models are backed by a factory bonus.
The Go and Active are offered with a $500 factory bonus atop their drive-away prices, while the Elite and Highlander have a $750 bonus.
The pure-electric Kona EV is being offered with zero per cent APR finance and a 1.25 per cent comparison rate.
- Kona Go: $25,990 drive-away
- Kona Active: $28,250 drive-away
As with the Kona, the Tucson is being offered with drive-away pricing at the low end of the range, along with factory bonuses and a unique finance deal.
The Active is being offered with a $500 factory bonus, while the Active-X is backed with a $1500 factory bonus. The range-topping Elite and Highlander gain a $1000 bonus, while the whole range is being offered with a 2.9 per cent comparison rate on finance.
- Tucson Active manual: $28,990 drive-away
- Tucson Active: $31,240 drive-away
- Tucson Active-X manual: $31,990 drive-away
- Tucson Active-X: $34,340 drive-away
The seven-seat Santa Fe SUV is being sold with drive-away pricing on the base Active, while the entire range is backed by a $1500 factory bonus on petrol models and $500 on diesels, along with a further $1000 discount for ABN holders.
- Santa Fe Active petrol: $44,930 drive-away
- Santa Fe Active diesel: $48,960 drive-away
The iMax people mover is getting towards the end of its life, and Hyundai has given it drive-away pricing across the range to help move stock through the end of the financial year.
- iMax Active: $45,930 drive-away
- iMax Elite: $49,480 drive-away
The iLoad van, like its related iMax people mover, is getting a bit long in the tooth. The Liftback model has been treated to drive-away prices, while the entire range is being offered with a National Fleet Discount for ABN holders.
- iLoad Liftback manual: $41,380 drive-away
- iLoad Liftback: $44,410 drive-away