Used Hyundai Cars, SUVs, Hatchbacks Available at Automart.Ph

Below is the inventory of Repossessed Hyundai Cars and Used Hyundai Cars in the Philippines. Automart.Ph partners with banks. This means we offer the lowest prices, as we don’t include a hidden buyer’s premium or any “patong.”  Automart.Ph sells you the same cars, with accommodating professionals, online convenience at exactly the same price ― no more, no less. 

 

Used Hyundai Cars, SUVs, Hatchbacks Available at Automart.Ph

2018 Hyundai H350 CRDi

₱ 1,752,000
MT 4,585 KM
Diesel location_onLibis Quezon City
6 days left

2018 Hyundai H350 DLX CRDi 2.5

₱ 1,665,000
MT 8,235 KM
Diesel location_onLibis Quezon City
6 days left

2019 Hyundai Tucson GLS CRDi 4x2 2.0

₱ 1,273,300
AT 10,135 KM
Diesel location_onSanford Parañaque
6 days left

2017 Hyundai Veloster GLS 1.6

₱ 952,000
AT 27,000 KM
Gas location_onBaesa, Quezon City
6 days left
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2019 Hyundai Tucson GL 4x2 2.0

₱ 950,000
AT 3,618 KM
Gas location_onLibis Quezon City
6 days left

2018 Hyundai Tucson GL CRDi 4x2 2.0

₱ 945,000
AT 31,459 KM
Diesel location_onBalintawak, Quezon City
6 days left

2019 Hyundai H100 GL CRDi 2.5

₱ 943,350
MT 23,367 KM
Diesel location_onBalintawak, Quezon City
6 days left

2019 Hyundai Kona GLS 2.0

₱ 900,000
AT 5,639 KM
Gas location_onLibis Quezon City
6 days left

2019 Hyundai Kona GLS 2.0

₱ 893,000
AT 3,507 KM
Gas location_onLibis Quezon City
6 days left

2015 Hyundai Grand Starex G 2.5

₱ 892,500
AT 45,478 KM
Diesel location_onLibis Quezon City
6 days left

2017 Hyundai Grand Starex Super Express Express GL...

₱ 885,000
MT 49,806 KM
Diesel location_onMandaue Cebu
6 days left

2019 Hyundai Tucson 2.0

₱ 880,000
AT 9,185 KM
Gas location_onSucat, Parañaque
12 hours left

Used Hyundai Cars and Repossessed Hyundai Cars Available

Looking for a used Hyundai? Here are some things you need to know about the Korean Car Company. 

Hyundai Motors is the third-largest car manufacturer in the world. Being based in South Korea, the Korean car company has been steadily increasing in popularity in the past years. Hyundai, despite being a seeming a rather uncommon brand here before, is actually now a very strong contender in all the segments it has models for. 

Compared to Toyota who has sold a huge 180,000 units past 2018, Hyundai has only sold below 40,000 units. It’s quite far behind the country’s most popular car manufacturer, but it’s actually received commends from car magazines and critics that Hyundai is actually a really good brand and we think people should consider it more.

Hyundai models do a good job of reducing outside road noise by having more interior padding. Speaking of interiors, the upper trims of Hyundai models actually have nice interiors which rival luxury brands. Aside from nice interiors, being a Korean company, Hyundai also has one of the most innovative technology in the market. One would find that the car's infotainment is one of the least cluttered and has one of the most intuitive user interface (UI) in the market. 

 

The Underrated Used Hyundai Accent

The Hyundai Accent is a compact sedan that’s also available as a hatchback. The country may have the Vios as its most popular compact sedan that is used mainly in taxi fleets and ride-hailing services like Grab, but the Accent is actually pretty underrated compared to it. The Vios is no doubt known for reliability, which Filipinos want, but the Accent is actually a respectable alternative. The Vios has an abundance of spare parts out there which makes repairs cheap and easy but one thing that the Vios doesn’t have that the Accent has is a diesel variant. 

 

A Diesel in a sub-compact sedan?

Diesel engines are typically used in trucks, vans, SUVs, and pickups. These kinds of vehicles have diesel engines because diesel engines produce a lot of torque. Unlike gasoline engines that need to rev high to produce more power, diesel engines can comfortably produce torque even at low revs. The result is diesel engines use fuel more efficiently because it actually has more energy than gasoline per liter. 

Putting an engine that’s efficient and produces a lot of torque in a sedan means making an already efficient car even more efficient. Expect to go to gasoline stations less and to produce a lot of torque even when the engine isn’t revving to high. However, the downside to having a diesel engine is that it doesn’t pull as hard in the high revs compared to gasoline engines, and diesel engines typically have more expensive repairs and parts. Despite that, however, the Hyundai Accent remains to be the most popular model Hyundai sells in the country. 

Automart.Ph has a number of used Hyundai Accents in our inventory. Check them out here.

 

Top Used Hyundai Cars

Accent

Because we’ve talked about the benefits of having a diesel engine, used Hyundai Accents is a top pick for people looking for a cheap, used sedan. Because of the fact that its one of the few diesel sedans in the market (definitely the cheapest), the Hyundai Accent is very popular for people who think that a sedan will fit their car needs. 

 

Elantra

Ever since it was released a few years ago, the Elantra stands out in the mid-size sedan segment as one that is typically chosen for eye-catching design. The current refresh of the Elantra features a look that is reminiscent of the Audi A4. It’s smart and looks high tech with its optional LED headlights and tail lights. 

Automart.Ph has a number of used Hyundai Elantras in our inventory. Check them out here

 

Grand Starex 

The Grand Starex is a go-to pick for people looking for a service van, and it recently got a facelift. It has a very supple and quiet ride and features pilot seats with armrests and plenty of room in the cabin. The almighty van is a top pick if you regularly go on out-of-town escapades or would just want to be driven to and from places. 

Automart.Ph has a number of used Hyundai Grand Starex's in our inventory. Check them out here

 

Tucson

The Tucson (pronounced with a silent C) is Hyundai’s mid-size SUV. Hyundai markets it with the tagline “Engineered for Speed.” The Tuscon is powered by a 2.0L turbocharged gasoline engine paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. It’s quick when you need it to, whilst efficient on the highway. The Tucson is the smaller and sportier alternative to the Santa Fe. And like all of Hyundai’s vehicles rides rather comfortably and has all the latest tech. These include thins like rear parking assist and Bluetooth pairing with your phone. 

 

Santa Fe

Being Hyundai’s flagship SUV, the Santa Fe recently got a facelift that improved it’s already stylish exterior. Now, the Santa Fe features LED headlights and taillights that are split. Split meaning that the headlights are actually lower that they seem to be. They are placed instead where the fog lights usually are. Alongside new features like 360-degree cameras, and wireless charging, overall the new Santa Fe design looks expensive and sophisticated.