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Hyundai XG30

Hyundai

Review

LUXURY motoring, Korean style, has arrived in the UK in the shape of the Hyundai XG30, a large four-door powered by a six-cylinder petrol engine and packed with sophisticated features. It's a classic class-hopper, priced to lever user-choosers out of upper medium cars with the promise of 3.0-litre performance and boardroom comfort, and to coax buyers away from less well equipped, but still more expensive, executive saloons.

The XG30 is no Mercedes-Benz or Jaguar, but it offers a package which must give Vauxhall Omega aspirants food for thought. Just one version is offered, costing ú20,999 on-the-road, and the only optional extra is metallic paint - and that's free.

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