Motoring: Hyundai unveils the SUV that isn’t an SUV
The Bayon is designed with those on a supermini budget in mind, but also for motorists who need more space than most small hatchbacks have
The Bayon is Hyundai’s smallest SUV yet, sitting below the existing Santa Fe, Tucson and Kona in the Korean company’s line-up. It’s more of a crossover than an SUV, really, as it’s closely related to the Hyundai i20 supermini underneath the skin and has no off-road ability or all-wheel-drive powertrain.
That skin is important, though, as buyers of small crossovers have indicated that design is of high...
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