Together with sister company Kia, Korean car manufacturer Hyundai is stealing a march in the UK, with continued year-on-year growth in competitive segments. Cleverly, Hyundai are trying to tempt not only your more traditional Ford and Vauxhall drivers, but also drivers of premium marques such as BMW, Audi and Mercedes. How? Well, price, equipment levels and a five year warranty all play their part, as well as offering more models in the range than ever before. The baby Hyundai i10 starts from under £10k and is a genuinely practical and spacious supermini that also offers a very comfortable ride. The larger Hyundai i30 is a family hatchback with enough about it to rival perennial favourites such as the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra. Hyundai's hybrid offering comes in the form of the Hyundai Ioniq, a car which according to the manufacturer, is cheaper to run than a Toyota Prius. At the other end of the scale, the Hyundai Santa Fe is a seven-seater SUV with lots of room for the family. Whichever Hyundai you choose, you can be sure of excellent value for money.