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Check out the 2021 Hyundai price list in the Malaysia. As of 20 April 2021, Hyundai car prices start at RM 99,888 for the most inexpensive model Ioniq Hybrid and goes up to RM 298,888 for the most expensive car model Hyundai i30 N. Hyundai sells 7 cars in Malaysia. These include 2 Hatchback, 2 Sedan, 2 SUV and 1 Van. The Ioniq Hybrid is the lowest priced Hyundai model at RM 99,888 and the highest priced model is the i30 N at RM 298,888 . Let Zigwheels help you contact your nearest Hyundai dealer. Our database consist of over 147 authorized Hyundai car dealers across 63 cities in Malaysia. Select a Hyundai car to know the latest promo in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and User reviews.

Hyundai Malaysia Price List 2021

Hyundai Models Price List
Hyundai Grand Starex RM 163,888 - RM 171,888
Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid RM 99,888 - RM 115,888
Hyundai Santa Fe RM 171,888 - RM 213,888
Hyundai Sonata RM 189,888
Hyundai Elantra 2021 RM 158,888
Hyundai i30 N RM 298,888
Hyundai Kona RM 119,888 - RM 136,888

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About Hyundai Malaysia

Hyundai Malaysia is one of the most trusted and renowned automotive manufacturers in the country.  At present, Hyundai maintains over 50 dealerships spread across the nation, providing satisfactory service to the customers. The Hyundai Sime Darby Motors Sdn. Bhd. is the official distributor and Sime Darby Hyundai Sdn Bhd is the official importer of Hyundai vehicles in the country. 

In the year 2004, Sime Darby acquired a 51% stake in Inokom Corporation Sdn. Bhd. (a subsidiary of Sime Darby Motors). In 2009, importation and distribution of automaker’s vehicles were consolidated by acquiring the remaining 60% equity in Oriental Hyundai Sdn Bhd. In 2010, the company’s assembly operations were centralised at the Inokom plant. Before the alliance, all Hyundai cars were assembled at two of the Inokom plant - Kulim, and Oriental.

Today, the automaker prides itself as one of the country’s most sought-after car companies. It is counted amongst the top distributors globally, and in Malaysia, it acquires a noteworthy market share. 

This long-standing South Korean in Malaysia has some amazing cars; the list includes the Elantra, IONIQ Hybrid, Tucson, i30 N, Santa Fe, and Grand Starex.  

In December 2019, Hyundai Kona Electric was reported to be arriving in the country soon. Cohesive Mobility Solution (COMOS) will introduce the car through its official channels with Sime Darby Motors taking care of the after-sales support. In November 2019, Hyundai i30N was officially launched in the country, with only 20 units available for our market. It is powered by a 2.0-litre Theta T-GDI turbo engine that is offered in two output tunes - 250 PS at 6,000 rpm and 275 PS at 6,000 rpm. 

In May 2019, Hyundai Malaysia introduced the Santa Fe in the country. The 4th-gen TM model is available in two variants - Executive and Premium, both of which can be picked with either 2.2 CRDi AWD diesel or 2.4 MPi 2WD petrol engine. 

In 2018, during the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show, Hyundai introduced many cars and facelifts like the Tucson, Santa Fe, i30 N, and Kona Electric. 

Hyundai Malaysia continuously makes attempts to revive its line-up as per current liking and taste. The company does the same by either introducing completely new models or by giving old units a praiseworthy facelift.

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    Israel Mac 31, 2021 for Hyundai Elantra

    I have bought the all new Elantra 2021 simply by going at it’s brand. Hyundai makes the most easy to drive and quality cars. The steering maneuverability is perfect and the car feels light all the time. I have a 5 years old Hyundai i20 and it is still smoothe as it was on day one. The Elantra is also Read More 19

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    Firash Mac 31, 2021 for Hyundai Santa Fe

    I just bought the Santa-Fe as a replacement of my 2012 Kia Sportage. Great vehicle, it has everything I need, plenty of features. In my opinion there is no need to go for the German vehicles, as by looking at the price tags alone it’s miles apart. The interiors are very comfortable with ergonomically supportive headrests. Driving the car is Read More 25

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    Aafaaq Mac 31, 2021 for Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid

    I got this car for my wife and drove from Kuala Lumpur to Malacca. The auto-steering and breaking were amazing with other standard options like the apple car play and tons of other features which would easily cost me bundles in any other car. The fact that the car rides, steers, handles, and drives like a ‘normal’ car is a Read More 11

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    Alexis Jan 15, 2021 for Hyundai Grand Starex

    As the name sounds, this particular van is grand, one of the main reasons I bought this. Powered by a 2.5 CRDi diesel VGT engine and a 5-speed automatic transmission technology with Shiftronic technology, the car's output performance has been enhanced to a new level. I didn't like the exterior much as for me. It's just like other vans I Read More 156

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    Sayfudin Dis 15, 2020 for Hyundai Santa Fe

    The Santa Fe is a family SUV, with an adventurous exterior but a stylish and lavish interior. The car gets its power from a GDI 4-cylinder engine with a fuel capacity of 2.4 liters. It develops a total power of 185 Hp, which is amazing for travelling for long hours with efficient fuel consumption. The car is loaded with several Read More 83

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