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Hyundai ix35

  • tickZero CO2 emissions with everyday usability
  • tickAlmost silent running in town
  • tickRange in excess of 350 miles

Hyundai ix35 SUV (2013 - )

The ix35 proves that a hydrogen car is a realistic proposition for 21st-century motoring, even if it’s not without its limitations. If – and it’s a big ‘If…’ – you can live with its high price and the limited hydrogen refuelling infrastructure, it provides a decent zero-CO2 emission family car.
Our verdict

Is the Hyundai ix35 a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Hyundai ix35 interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Hyundai ix35 performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Hyundai ix35 how good does it look

Hyundai ix35 practicality

Hyundai ix35 drive

Hyundai ix35 reliability

Hyundai ix35 equipment

Our expert review

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As outside, so inside, the ix35 shows its age a little: just one glance will show you that it’s certainly not the kind of high-quality interior you might expect of a £50,000 car. Mind you, that’s a criticism you can level at the other hydrogen-powered car on sale in the UK, the Toyota Mirai. Even so, there’s no denying that the hard, scratchy plastics on the top of the ix35’s dashboard and doors are disappointing. Still, Hyundai does a fine line in chunky, well-marked buttons, so it’s all easy to use. And, with height and lumbar adjustment on the (heated) front seats, it’s easy to get comfortable behind the wheel – although the fact that the ix35 is only available in left-hand drive may be off-putting for some drivers.
As outside, so inside, the ix35 shows its age a little: just one glance will show you that it’s certainly not the kind of high-quality interior you might expect of a £50,000 car. Mind you, that’s a criticism you can level at the other hydrogen-powered car on sale in the UK, the Toyota Mirai. Even so, there’s no denying that the hard, scratchy plastics on the top of the ix35’s dashboard and doors are disappointing. Still, Hyundai does a fine line in chunky, well-marked buttons, so it’s all easy to use. And, with height and lumbar adjustment on the (heated) front seats, it’s easy to get comfortable behind the wheel – although the fact that the ix35 is only available in left-hand drive may be off-putting for some drivers.

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