Hyundai Amica in general Reviews
Product Type: Hyundai cars
Newest Review: ... big and can in fact fit a pushchair in. The Amica is clearly not meant for a growing family because as my little grows into ... more
Customer Hyundai Amica in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/08/11 (Somewhat useful, 20 readings)
A comfortable ride and drive, you sit quite high and therefore visibility is good. Although the car is small, the boot is surprisingly big and can in fact fit a pushchair in. The Amica is clearly not meant for a growing family because as my little grows into a 2 year old, getting her into the rear car seat without banging her head on the roof can prove to be a bit of a challenge. I purchased this with a 5 year warranty and apart from needing to have the air conditioning gas refilled due to a leak once or twice, I've never had any reason to book it in, other than for its regular servicing. This car also has handy little drawers underneath the front seats. Ideal for .. Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/00, updated on 27/12/00 (Very useful, 193 readings)
After looking at several similar cars and the prices, my wife decided to go for the Amica and bought one new in June 2000. Fantastic is how I would describe it. Economic, It seems to float for ages on a full tank of petrol when in the same time my sons Metro and My Proton have made two calls to fill up. Getting in and out is a dream with its high position seating, you just turn and sort of walk out of it, no more prising, struggling and heaving yourself about. Comfort is ok but don't expect smooth rides over bumps, after all it isn't a big car by any stretch of the imagination. It will seat four with ease and there is adequate room for small ... Read the complete review
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