Introducing The Hyundai i45 Sedan

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Hyundai. All opinions are 100% mine.

I have to be honest with you guys when I saw the first Hyundai on the road I wasn’t all impressed. However that was years ago and it seems that these guys have got their act into gear, especially with the release of their latest sedan, the Hyundai i45. You may well have seen commercials of this car because it’s been advertised fairly heavily on TV, but just in case you haven’t I’ve placed a YouTube commercial in the post just so you can see for yourself how this latest car of theirs really stands out from the rest. You may even want to see the Hyundai i45 on YouTube just so you can read some of the comments that people are leaving.

While the commercial itself is pretty impressive one really has to see the car in action to gauge whether it’s really all their making it out to be. Naturally the best way to do this would be to take a brand new Hyundai i45 Sedan out for a test drive. That way you can see if it suits your personality and life style.

Just by looking at it you can see it has a very modern styling about it, you may even say that it is very sophisticated. It’s also got a lot of neat accessories like heated exterior mirrors which is also a great safety feature as we head into our winter season.

Keeping fuel efficiency in mind the i45 features the new 2.4-litre Theta-II GDI petrol engine with an all-aluminium construction making for a lighter engine resulting in better fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. The car even has an ‘ECO’ monitor system to assist drivers achieve the best fuel efficiency possible. They can monitor this by checking the dashboard display which indicates the current fuel economy thereby helping the driver to drive as efficiently as possible.

Honestly, the only way you can really appreciate this car is to actually take it for that test spin that I mentioned earlier in the post. Once you’ve done that you may even come back to tell us exactly what you thought of it.

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This Post Has 23 Comments

  1. I;m really liking the new look of Hyundai’s cars. Very slick and elegant. Unfortunately i won’t be in the market for a car for several years. That’s ok though, i’m the type that likes to research the heck out of anything that costs over 40 bucks, hah.

  2. Video look nice, can’t say anything more as I don’t have a plan to buy a car now and I’m sure after 7-8 month I will get more and better option if I choose to buy one.

  3. Enjoy the video, but I am not rich enough that I can buy a car. Waiting for that time when I can buy a car.

  4. I honestly am not into cars, but I like how you described in detail the good points of the Hyundai. This is also one of the more unique posts I’ve read this week

  5. i45? I couldn`t help but notice that there was a iPod docking thingy in the car. Notice the ‘i’ in ‘i45’? I smell a conspiracy.

  6. Are you getting a car from writing this blog post? If you are, then that’s some blogging deal!

  7. Looks more futuristic than the Hyundai Sonata. Cars are starting to look a bit like space ships. :smile_wp: The variety of cars available today is amazing though, definitely.

  8. I need to buy a new car in the next few months, thanks for all of the information. Sharing honest (referencing your other post) information is important to making the world go round. I will let you know how it goes after I try one out!

  9. Hey Sire

    Ali here, where I’m from hyundai started out just being great hit with the local folks but those earlier models were a far cry as compared to the sleek and stylish designs they are rolling out now.

    That in my opinion is the major strength of these type of cars ‘the look’ as well as fuel efficiency of course.

    ps. Thanks for the review

    1. No worries, I’m glad you liked it.

  10. Sire,
    Did they give you a car to try out for awhile before you wrote the post? :-)

    It was a cool commercial, but I don’t really get it. So they are throwing a lot of water on the car to put it through its paces?

    Also I had to do a double take when I saw the steering wheel on the wrong side of the car. I forgot you were down under. :-)

  11. I’ve read some other reviews about this car and sounded pretty interesting to me. Hyundai have launched some awesome models but sad enough never owned a Hyundai so far. If I ever try to get a new car Hyundai definitely will have preference over the others.

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