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Ranking The Most Reliable Hyundai Models Ever Made
Elantra GT
While some enjoyed the small, economy-minded hatchback Hyundai Elantra GT for its charm and practicality, it faced an uphill sales battle in the U.S.
The Elantra GT was discontinued to make space in Hyundai's lineup for the lucrative SUVs and crossovers dominating the market. iSeeCars gives the Elantra GT 7.1/10 score.
Released alongside the Hybrid and Electric, the Hyundai IONIQ Plug-In Hybrid was arguably the better option for many, given the limited charging stations at the time.
While Hyundai's IONIQ EV range saw the original IONIQ model and its plug-in powertrain retired, it's still a solid used pick that has a reliability rating of 7.2/10 from iSeeCar.
Hyundai's slightly odd Veloster hatchback was another casualty of the market's appetite for larger cars; it was discontinued a few years after its 2018 debut.
The small, athletic Veloster sold at an affordable price and earned itself a 7.5/10 score on iSeeCars, but even that couldn't draw in enough buyers to save it.
The Hyundai Accent saw an overhaul in 2018, adding new features like Apple CarPlay connectivity and a forward collision avoidance system.
While the Accent has been retired, you can still buy a used one. Its reliability rating stands at 7.7/10 on iSeeCars, so even one a few years old should be dependable.
The latest generation Hyundai Elantra has been praised for its economy, styling, equipment levels, and pricing; however, it's struggling to compete with larger cars.
Although it's struggling to draw in buyers, those who do purchase an Elantra will be rewarded with strong reliability, with iSeeCars giving the car a rating of 7.8/10.