Hyundai Coupé 1.6i 3dr Reviews
Product Type: Hyundai cars
Newest Review: ... looks like a cross between an austin martin and a ferrari 345, but at a fraction of the price. The car came with half deep ... more
Customer Hyundai Coupé 1.6i 3dr Reviews (5)
by - written on 31/01/03, updated on 31/01/03 (Very useful, 4977 readings)
Hyundai Coupe 1.6 S (Silver, non Leather) The Hyundai Coupe 1.6i S model released in Europe last year in January, from there to the UK it has only been on our shores from September. There have been merely unnoticeable differences in the models, which starts from the change from Left-hand-drive to right, and the interior which has been redesigned for the UK market, plus some removals of some flashier items that include a strut bar above the engine attached to the chassis and a built in Subwoofer. At first glance the 2003 model Coupe looks a slight different to the regular variation that the Coupe has gone through, that begins with it's new larger headlamps ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Useful, 198 readings)
I've had the car for two years now, since new and overall am very impressed with the Hyundai Coupe 1.6. It looks good at a reasonable price and is a head turner if thats what you are looking for. Space wise it isn't bad for a coupe, for driver and passenger very good legroom, although backseat passengers over 5ft have minimum head and leg room and may find there heads up against the back window. Boot space is great. Given that it is a 1.6 I am impressed by the power although I did test drive the 2.0l and this is significantly faster, also disappointing the 1.6l doesn't have climate control as standard. Petrol consumtion is not great - I average about 30mpg ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/09, updated on 09/01/09 (Useful, 201 readings)
Hyundai Coupe 1.6i 3dr Been only 18 and this as my second car it is a very impressive car! Its got a very sporty feel to it with a great reception when you give it a bit of gas. The design of the car is a very moden sleek design with the curves and grooves it creates a lot of resemblances of other well known cars from many different angles. The car has a lot of space in the car but the only problems being me been 6.2" my head brushes around by the sunroof. I have also had a few complants from backseat passangers hitting there head on the back windom due to the curve of the car and the way the back seats are sliding into the boot. I don't know ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/11 (Useful, 83 readings)
I picked one of these up a few months ago from the car people in wakefield. Saw it in the sport section along with the BMW's and the Mercedes, and it didn't look out of place. i wasnt particularly looking for a hyundai but it definitely caught my attention. I got it in black and is the siii 2007 version. It looks like a cross between an austin martin and a ferrari 345, but at a fraction of the price. The car came with half deep red leather trim and with the black exterior of the car, it really stands out. Great quality build and you can really feel the quality when you get in it, everything is solidly built and it feels great to drive. a definite ... Read the complete review
by Paulo Adrião - written on 15/09/06
I bought a used one myself a few weeks ago!!! I'm very satisfied with it!!! I thought it would be hard to maintain the fuel level, but when you just drive to enjoy your ride, is very economic! Let's not talk about highways (Not that bad)!!! It has a very reliable steering. Dispite it's silent engine, when you push the accelerator, you feel the motor inside of you!!! The interior design is awesome and the back seats aren't as tight of room as I thought! Perfect to travel with your girlfriend! You can't imagine how much room you have in the ... Read the complete review
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