Imagine all the benefits of a small car combined with the rugged off road presence of a kiwi family wagon... Introducing the all new i20 Cross, the ideal driving partner for the urban explorer.
Inspired by the World Rally Championship (WRC), Hyundai’s favourite small car has been transformed from the ground up.
Featuring a strong, fluidic exterior design coupled with superior technology and an efficient engine, the all new i20 Cross is built to make every day an adventure.
Hyundai make super stylish vehicles. They even have coined a term for this - fluidic sculpture.
It is perfect then that the team from Bowater Hyundai are teaming up with the talented organisers of the High Low Fashion Weekend to hold a wonderous fashion extravaganza on the shiny tiled showroom floor of Bowater Hyundai on Saturday 26th November.
This week we had the pleasure of handing over keys to a suitable good looking Hyundai iX35 for the ladies to drive the streets in, getting things done in style! Check out the video!
HIgh Low Fashion Weekend picks up an epic ride.
Another special day at Bowater Hyundai this afternoon when the lovely ladies from the High Low Fashion Weekend came by to pick up a new Hyundai ix35 to help them get everything sorted. They needed a funky car with heaps of space that had plenty of options for carrying humans or things whilst still looking suitably awesome! This is going to be an epic event at the Bowater Hyundai showroom on the 26th. Get tickets before they all sell out.Posted by Bowater Motor Group on Monday, 14 November 2016
Bowater Hyundai have been proud supporters to High Low Fashion Weekend and we are super happy to be joining with them to bring this event to life.
HLFW will be donating to Ronald McDonald House Charities so if you haven't got your tickets yet, you best be quick! They're selling out fast!
VIP - $49 (Seated in the front two rows and includes a goodie bag)
SEATED - $39
STANDING - $29
See you there!!
Hayden Paddon and John Kennard have secured third place at Rally Poland in their new generation Hyundai i20 World Rally Car.
Third place in Poland represents the third podium finish in the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship for the New Zealanders who finished second in Sweden and won outright in Argentina. The result moves Paddon into third place in the WRC drivers' championship and strengthens Hyundai Motorsport's second place in the manufacturers' standings.
"It obviously got pretty close there at the end," Paddon added referring to Hyundai Motorsport team-mate Thierry Neuville finishing a mere 0.8 seconds behind in fourth. "Our objective today was to secure third position rather than push for second, so we wanted to be relaxed. I think we probably eased off too much. Third is a great result, irrespective of how close it was - just 0.8 seconds!"
"We're really happy to come home with a podium," said Paddon who finished just 2.3 seconds behind Ott Tanak.
The seventh WRC round of the year concluded with a wet and slippery morning of action on Sunday, in contrast to the warm, sunny summer conditions of the previous three days.
"They were very, very tricky conditions and it was very hard to judge your speed," Paddon said, having set the fifth quickest time in all four Sunday stages. "The rain made the stages very slippery and overall today was tricky, having to try and control the position, but in the end we got good points and got the result."
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