It was the first front-wheel drive car produced by the South Korean manufacturer. The Excel range replaced the rear wheel drive Hyundai Pony. As with the original Pony, the Excel was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The Excel was available in three- or five-door hatchback and four-door sedan models.
This car is in good condition just a few paint fade on the boot and roof it's only done kms so it's pretty low for its age no mechanical problems at all the back e This is the best condition Excel on the market in Australia. Original paint in perfect condition with no fade or deterioration. Car has never been smashed or repaired in
Korean cars still have the stigma of being cheap, poorly built throwaway cars, and while that might have once been the case it would be wrong to dismiss Seoul-sourced cars today. Hyundai was the first Korean brand to land here and the early cars were pretty poorly built. They were clearly in the throw away category, but to pigeon hole them that way today would be doing them, and yourself, a disservice. The model that changed the perception of Hyundai was the X3 Excel that was launched here in
Review Date: 9th April, Reverse gear can be a little tricky to get, however I have been told that this is due to there being no synchro-mesh on reverse gear. Review Date: 25th September, Manual transmission is sloppy and loose - don't expect to engage reverse in any kind of hurry. I had trouble initially because the servicing before I bought it was with Castrol Magnatec - sludging up the engine.