The car market tends to favor cookie cutter models all taking its lead in design from the last one to be released. The Hyundai Matrix Range takes a step out of that design box, breaking the mold on the lookalike issue. The distinctive look of the exterior will not only serve your desire for something stylish and unique, but also make it much easier to identify when out and about. Seriously, how often have you parked in a store lot only to wander out hours later trying to remember where you left your vehicle? With the Matrix Range, you can be certain your car will stand out from the crowd.
Under the hood, the Hyundai Matrix Range boasts a fairly powerful engine. Though the vehicle type and size hinders it to a point, the results of the initial testing are respectable, taking a little over twelve seconds to reach a speed sixty miles per hour from a zero start. If you intend on pressing it to its limits, it should be noted that the top speed attainable is one hundred and six miles per hour...though I’d wager on most road ways you won’t be anywhere near that cheetah-like.
The safety package certainly meets with the high standards one has come to expect from the Hyundai name whether you are a speedy driver or one that values the perpetual Sunday drive through the countryside. With the anti-lock braking system, if you should ever need to make a quick stop to avert a dangerous situation, you can count on them to see you through. Should the unthinkable happen, the air bags in both front and side compartments are there to cushion the blow and help to ensure the safety of all those traveling within.
Moving to the interior of the vehicle, the Hyundai Matrix Range continues to deliver with stylish yet simple instrument panels and enough storage options to stash all your necessities close at hand. Seating arrangements can handle a total of five passengers comfortably or for those days you are lighter on people and heavier on cargo, you can simply fold down the back seat to allow for more holding space. An added note, the fold down seat option allows for a little or a lot of space as determined by your needs as the split seat design allows for one side or the other or both to lie flat when you see fit.
Prices start just under £10,000 for the base models and rise to just under £12,000 when more fully equipped; either way you go, stretching your budget should be a non-issue making this a perfect fit for most households. Speaking of budgets and rising costs, you will be happy to note that this vehicle is not only bigger than it seems interior wise, but can take you a lot further distance wise for the money you spend. For every gallon you put in, you get an impressive fifty-two miles in traveled distance placing it among the leads in this category when faced with its peers.
The Hyundai Matrix Range makes it easy to be who you want to be as it is nothing is not unique in the image it presents. So go ahead, take life by storm…this car can take it. The question is…can you?
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