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Hyundai Terracan Reviews

Hyundai Terracan

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Key Facts

New Price
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AA Cars Average
£3,766
MPG
31.0 - 32.5
CO2 (g/km)
222 - 241
Tax Band
K - L
Noise Level
73.0 - 75.0

Hyundai Terracan | What's a Terracan?

Added: 16th of June 2014
Performance
5/5
Running Costs
4/5
Comfort
4/5
Reliability
4/5
Space Practicality
5/5
  • 2006
  • 2900cc
  • automatic
  • diesel
  • 4x4
  • 5

Ok so it's a Hyundai - It's not a top of the range Land Rover etc but to me it represents:

Excellent value for money in the used market (UK)
A work horse and great towing vehicle
2.9 common rail unit pulls forever it spot on
Auto box is excellent
Standard 2wd with 4 high and low switchable drive
Good mpg for its size mid 30's on a long road trip
Load space is exceptional
Generally does what it says on the tin
Im fine with how it looks others hate it or have no idea what it is (in the UK) which is a positive in my book

On the other side:

Ok I won't do any (real) off roading but the original suspension wallows and sways which I'm sure is nothing new to experienced owners but you get used to it after time. It's not expensive to upgrade the suspension if you want a stiffer ride.

As usual full service history offers no guarantee, mine has 43k on the clock and was mothered by the previous owner. I've just had to a sort a diff whine, rear discs, pads and a caliper but no complaints as I factored in part of the diff costs in when purchased.

The interior (cloth) is a light grey but what were Hyundai thinking putting a light colour in a work horse is beyond me so I plan to replace the load space with a dark grey/black fitted carpet. Not fussed about the lack of electrical gizmos to me it just more to go wrong, with air-con, decent audio, the rest is functional it's fine.

The plastic wood effect is err "naff" but might change that to piano black later on and I'm surprised at such minimal cubby holes for "stuff"

So there you go IMO it's a great buy and all round super value 4x4 but I'm taking out an AA recovery policy just in case...

Hyundai Terracan | Good solid 4x4

Added: 13th of October 2013
Performance
4/5
Running Costs
2/5
Comfort
4/5
Reliability
5/5
Space Practicality
5/5
  • 2005
  • 2900cc
  • manual
  • diesel
  • 4x4
  • 5

Terracans are fairly rare in the UK and as such are generally cheaper to purchase second hand than similar large equivalents such as Landcruisers ,Shoguns etc .They are very large inside , quite nippy and extremely reliable in my experience .As I do almost all my miles in short urban drives of under 4 miles I struggle to average over 25 mpg , but on occasional longer journeys I manage 30-35 mpg . Very comfortable with high equipment levels , these cars are great for the family or as workhorses to move quite large loads. I would recommend as a good second hend buy , but be aware that because they are not so numerous it is hard to get some spares other than from main dealers , so they can be pricey.

Hyundai Terracan | hyundai terracan

Added: 11th of October 2014
Performance
4/5
Running Costs
4/5
Comfort
3/5
Reliability
5/5
Space Practicality
5/5
  • 2006
  • 2902cc
  • manual
  • diesel
  • 4x4
  • 4

I purchased 06 terracan june 2013, it had 62000 miles.
It has given great service so far,its a commercial by the way,I BOUGHT another one recently, Its an 07 as this is my
fourth terracan, need I say any more, These jeeps must be the most under rated out there, They are very cheap to buy, do 32 mpg on average and give no hassle if treated properly,obey oil change periods etc and always remember the NUT BEHIND THE WHEEL is the most important nut.I have found after 50 years accident free driving if we obey what the service books recommend most vehicles would not complain much HAPPY MOTORING FOLKS

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