Hyundai Philippines: Overview & Price list in January 2022

Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the Philippines, is offering 11 new models in the local market. The Hyundai price list ranges from PHP 683,000 to PHP 3,240,000.  Within those 11 models, there are 10 passenger vehicles and one commercial vehicle which is the Hyundai H-100. Most entries are found in Hyundai Philippines' crossover/SUV lineup with the Hyundai Kona, Hyundai Palisade, Hyundai Tucson, and Hyundai Venue. Under the sedan category, the Korean automaker has the Hyundai Accent and the Hyundai Reina. The Hyundai Ioniq and Hyundai Veloster are the hatchback vehicles of Hyundai Philippines. Only the Hyundai H-100 is competing as the brand's commercial vehicle, while the van lineup consists of the Hyundai Grand Starex and Hyundai H350.

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Hyundai Philippines Price List 2021 - 2022

Hyundai currently features a total of 13 car models in the Philippines, including 4 crossovers/SUVs (Kona, Palisade, Tucson, Venue), 2 sedans (Accent, Reina), 2 hatchbacks (Ioniq, Veloster), 1 truck (H-100), and 2 vans (H350, Grand Starex).

The Hyundai Accent, Hyundai Kona, Hyundai Reina, Hyundai Tucson, Hyundai Grand Starex are some of the most popular models from Hyundai Philippines in a variety of segments.

Body Type
Brand Model Hyundai Price Range
Hyundai Sedan Hyundai Accent PHP 790,000 – PHP 1,038,000
Hyundai Reina PHP 683,000 – PHP 733,000
Hyundai Hatchback Hyundai Ioniq PHP 1,548,000
Hyundai Veloster PHP 1,798,000
Hyundai Crossover/SUV Hyundai Kona PHP 1,188,000
Hyundai Palisade PHP 3,240,000
Hyundai Tucson TBA
Hyundai Venue PHP 915,000 – PHP 985,000
Hyundai Van Hyundai Grand Starex PHP 1,248,000 – PHP 2,938,000
Hyundai H350 PHP 2,688,000 – PHP 2,728,000
Hyundai Commercial Vehicle Hyundai H-100 PHP 965,000 – PHP 1,005,000

Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc.: 20 Years of Committed Nation-Building

Younger fans might not be aware of it, but the Korean wave or hallyu predates the slick choreography of K-pop groups and the hearty servings of samgyupsal. It’s actually rooted in the writings of Kim Gu, who led the movement to set Korea free from Japanese occupation during the 1920s.

Kim wanted Korea to be a power in its own right, but not in terms of political or military might. He was aware of the suffering his people endured when Japan annexed the country, and so he harbored the idea that Korean culture can be used as a soft power to shape global perception through attraction, not coercion.

HARI has proudly carried the Hyundai brand in the Philippines for 20 years

Hyundai’s arrival in the Philippines during the early 1990s similarly predates the rise of the Korean wave, which was just beginning to emerge after 1995. Its major offerings for local consumers back then comprised the Excel passenger car and the Grace van, which was later succeeded by the first-generation Hyundai Starex.

The Starex went on to become a popular people carrier for two generations

The company struggled for a decade against more established mainstream rivals from Japan. “It was an unknown brand back then,” recalls Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI) President Maria Fe Perez-Agudo when she came on board in 2001. Adding to the challenge was the September 11 terror attack two months into her stint, dampening the overall business mood.

It took several trips to South Korea for her to fully understand the company’s operations and strategy, which became key to building the brand's presence in the Philippines. “We had to work out how to marry the cultural differences between a Philippine and a Korean business structure in terms of understanding processes and decision-making,” she said.

Hyundai Philippines: 20 Years of Better Journeys

Customer service likewise played a big part, which meant understanding the needs of a particular buyer. It also involved a thorough knowledge of the company’s models, as they were not just products of an assembly line, but spaces where social and emotional connections are made, which lead to satisfying experiences and hopefully, repeat business.

In 2010, HARI led the formation of the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID), championing laws that foster a sustainable business environment for all industry players that will lead to increased competitiveness and consumer welfare. Hyundai vehicles figured in the spotlight as HARI became the mobility partner of choice for events such as the 45th Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors, the 23rd World Economic Forum East Asia, and the ASEAN Finance Ministers Investor Seminar.

HARI spearheaded the founding of the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID) in 2010

One might think that an automaker sells cars in competition with public transport, but HARI disputed this notion when it became the exclusive Philippine dealer for Hyundai trucks and buses in 2016, paving the way to meet local demand for mass mobility. This eventually made HARI the first industry player to offer a complete lineup of modern public utility vehicles (PUVs) from Class 1 to 3, all certified by government agencies and used by major transport cooperatives.

Today, HARI boasts a roster of passenger cars and commercial vehicles, sold through a formidable nationwide network of 41 passenger car and 14 commercial vehicle dealerships. Its efforts were twice recognized and rewarded with the Global Distributor of the Year Award by Hyundai Motor, serving as a testament to the company’s success.

The exclusive right to distribute Hyundai trucks and buses gave HARI a foothold on mass transport

The company’s heart, however, lies in H.A.R.I. Foundation Inc. (HFI), its socio-civic arm. HFI has engaged in various corporate social responsibility projects that aim to uplift the lives of Filipinos, pursuing advocacies with partners, like Gawad Kalinga and St. Scholastica's Priory. HFI delivered clean drinking water to elementary school students in Tanay, Rizal, collected from the Hyundai Rainwater Harvesting Facility. The foundation partnered with the UP-PGH Cancer Institute in 2018, donating an H350 luxury van converted into the country’s first state-of-the-art mobile cancer diagnostic clinic for breast cancer patients.

HARI employees volunteering to build houses with Habitat for Humanity

HARI has also taken on the challenge of COVID-19, developing the Hyundai MedTRX series of refrigerated vans specifically designed and engineered to deliver life-saving vaccines throughout the country. This is the company’s contribution to the fight against the pandemic.

“Mobility has always been for us more than simply moving people from Points A to B,” Agudo remarks. “We spent the past 19 years ‘in training,’ so to speak, so that we emerge stronger, better, and more determined to make a difference in what we now call the ‘Now Normal.’”

HARI donated the country’s first state-of-the-art mobile diagnostic clinic for breast cancer patients

It’s “invasions” like these, made of quality products with a desire to be of service to customers and the public, that certainly make a powerful impression and carry far-reaching effects.

Hyundai Philippines: Dealership network

The Hyundai Philippines possesses 41 passenger car and 14 commercial vehicle dealerships, operating day-by-day customer services with excellent standards. Please find below some of the most well-known Hyundai dealerships in the Philippines for your quick browsing.

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Hyundai Philippines: Latest car promos

Here are the latest promos updates of some popular Hyundai models in the Philippines. You can also check out for more Hyundai Philippines Promos in every religion and city on at any time.

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Types of promos available
- Cash discount
- Zero downpayment
- All-In Downpayment
- Low Monthly
- Zero Interest

Note: Offers vary per showroom. Please contact your local dealer for available promos.

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₱90,000 Down payment

Hyundai H-100 Cab & Chassis

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Hyundai Accent 2022

The Hyundai Accent 2022 is the Korean marque's entry to the competitive subcompact sedan category. It is available in six variants with a price that ranges from Php 790,000 to Php 1,038,000. Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) offers this model with two engine options consisting of gasoline and diesel mills. Lower-end variants use a 1.4-liter Kappa MPI Dual CVVT gasoline engine that makes 99 hp and 132 Nm of torque, while higher-end variants are equipped with a 1.6-liter CRDi turbodiesel engine that delivers 126 hp and 260 Nm of torque. As for the transmission, the engines can be connected to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

Moving to the dimensions, the Accent spans 4,440 mm in length, 1,729 mm in width, and 1,460 mm in height, with a wheelbase rated at 2,600 mm. In the Philippines, this Korean sedan is competing against the likes of the Toyota Vios, Honda City, and Nissan Almera. 

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Hyundai Grand Starex 2022

The Hyundai Starex is a rear-wheel-drive, van available in the Philippines. It comes in a seatless cargo variant, an 18-seater variant, or 10-seater variant.  

Locally, the Hyundai Starex has a total of nine different variants in the Philippines. Their price ranges from Php 1,248,000 to Php 2,938,000. 

Under the hood, the Hyundai Starex uses a 2.5-liter diesel engine, or a 2.5-liter CRDi engine. The non-CRDi versions are capable of making up to 100 horsepower and 226 Nm of torque. The CRDi 2.5-liter mill meanwhile, can produce up to 170 horsepower and 441 Nm of torque.  

All non-CRDi versions of the Starex uses a five-speed manual gearbox, while the CRDi versions come with a five-speed automatic transmission. All versions are rear-wheel-drive. 

Size-wise, the Hyundai Starex is 5,125mm long, 1,920mm wide, and 1,925mm in height. It also has a wheelbase length of 3,200mm, and a ground clearance of 190mm. 

Locally, the Starex rivals the likes of the Toyota Hiace, Nissan Urvan, Foton Toano, among others. 

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Hyundai H-100 2022

The all-new H100 by South Korean carmaker Hyundai is a reliable and versatile commercial vehicle that can assist your business. Though belonging to the light truck category, this dependable workhorse can carry a good amount of load or passengers depending on the variant. Also, its exterior is designed with some essence of a regular automobile making it stand out among its league. Locally, the following variants are available in the market today: the Hyundai H-100 2.5 CRDi GL Cab & Chassis without aircon, the Hyundai H-100 2.5 CRDi GL Cab & Chassis with aircon, the Hyundai H-100 2.5 CRDi GL Shuttle Body without aircon, the Hyundai H-100 2.5 CRDi GL Shuttle Body with aircon, the Hyundai H-100 2.5 CRDi GL Class 1 PUJ without aircon, and the Hyundai H-100 2.5 CRDi GL Class 1 PUJ with aircon.

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Hyundai H350 2022

The new H350 by Korean auto giant Hyundai is a commercial and passenger vehicle that provides one of the most spacious cabins in the market today. It boasts a boxy, modern, and refined body that stands out whether you're in the metro or driving in rural areas. Inside, it is fitted with the latest innovations and comfort passengers will love. Locally, it is offered in two variants: the Hyundai H350 2.5 A2 Minibus DLS and the Hyundai H350 2.5 A2 Minibus DLX. It comes in Black, White, and Cobalt Blue.

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Hyundai Ioniq 2022

The all-new Ioniq Hybrid from multinational automaker Hyundai is a refreshing vehicle built with an alternative energy platform. It is meant not only for environment-conscious drivers but also for users who opt for a fuel-efficient automobile fitted with useful and modern features. With the steady rise in the demand for hybrid cars in the market today, this efficient hatchback should be on your top list as it is designed with eye-catching details. Whether you use daily going to work or for a long trip to the province, expect a smooth and fun ride. The Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid 1.6 GLS is available in nine exciting colors: Aurora Silver, Dematisse Brown, Iron Gray, Phantom Black, Platinum Silver, Polar White, Fiery Red, Mariana Blue, and Phoenix Orange.

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Hyundai Kona 2022

The Kona made by South Korean automaker Hyundai is a five-seater subcompact crossover that comes with a unique and striking exterior design. The Kona first made its debut in the Philippines at the 2018 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). Hyundai Philippines offers the Kona with a sticker price of Php 1,188,000. This subcompact crossover is equipped with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine that puts out 147 hp and 180 Nm of torque. The engine is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. It comes in Chalk White, Lake Silver, and Dark Knight. To match its trendy vibe, Pulse Red and Acid Yellow are also offered.

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Hyundai Palisade 2022

The all-new Palisade from leading South Korean carmaker Hyundai is a premium midsize SUV offering a generous cabin and cargo space. This flagship SUV from Hyundai Motor Corporation flaunts a luxurious, modern, and muscled interior everyone will adore. Stepping inside is a breathtaking experience as it is fitted with current safety and comfort features. Whether you use this reliable vehicle in urban or rural areas, expect a flawless cruise as it is packed with the latest innovations. Locally, the Hyundai Palisade 2.2 CRDi GLS 4WD AT is offered in five exciting colors: Timeless Black, White Cream, Steel Graphite, Moonlight Cloud, and Sierra Burgundy.

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Hyundai Reina 2022

The Hyundai Reina is a practical, reliable, and stylish subcompact sedan meant for first-time drivers, young professionals, and small families. Designed and engineeres by multinational automaker Hyundai, Its exterior is designed with contemporary details everyone will adore. Stepping inside, the B-segment sedan offers a sensible cabin that promises comfort, convenience, and safety. In the Philippines, it is the Korean car brand's entry-level vehicle, sitting below the Hyundai Accent in the lineup.

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Hyundai Veloster 2022

The new Hyundai Veloster is a sleek and fierce-looking sports coupe that can go head to head with any car belonging to its league. Outside, it is built with contemporary and striking details that will make heads turn. Inside it is equipped with the latest safety and technology features that will make every ride memorable. The Veloster Turbo 1.6 TGDi from South Korean auto giant Hyundai is available at any Hyundai dealer nationwide. It is offered in Phantom Black, Chalk White, Lake Silver, Dark Knight, Gray, Ice Storm, and Shooting Star. To match its vibrant aura, you may opt for Ignite Flame, Cobalt Blue, Tangerine Comet, and Thunder Bolt.

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Hyundai Venue 2022

The Venue is a subcompact crossover from prominent car manufacturer Hyundai that first made its world debut at the 2019 New York International Auto Show. During its global launch, Hyundai said that the Venue is packed with a host of premium driver safety and convenience technologies and is the perfect fit for those seeking a seamless combination of style and versatility.  In the Philippines, the Hyundai Venue competes in the competitive subcompact crossover segment that includes vehicles such as the Kia Stonic, Ford EcoSport, Geely Coolray, among others. Venue conveys a fun, yet functional design in a versatile and modern compact package. It comes with a bold and composed stance as well as a striking exterior design. Inside, the Hyundai Venue features an interior that emphasizes openness with a horizontal layout. It can accommodate up to five occupants. Moreover, it comes with an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The 2021 Hyundai Venue comes in at Php 915,000 for the base GL and Php 985,000 for the top-spec GLS, both sourced directly from Hyundai’s facilities in Ulsan, South Korea.

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Hyundai Philippines: FAQs

Which is the cheapest Hyundai car in the Philippines?

Hyundai Reina GL 1.4 MT is the cheapest model in the Hyundai Philippines’ local lineup. Its price tag is ₱663,000 as of writing this.

Which are the best-selling Hyundai models in the local market?

According to 2019’s data, the top 3 best-sellers of Hyundai Philippines were the Hyundai Accent, Hyundai Reina, and Hyundai Kona.

What is Hyundai's biggest car?

Hyundai Palisade is currently the biggest Hyundai ever built. Its overall dimension is 4,980 mm length x 1,975 mm width x 1,750 mm height.

Which types of services can be booked online?

Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS): Occasionally maintenance service Dealer-to-your-Door (D2D): Home service for your convenience General Job (GJ): Repair of mechanical parts not included in the PMS service. D2D - Pick-up And Delivery: Vehicles are picked up and brought to the center, then delivered back to the customers.

Which Hyundai dealerships do online booking services available in the Philippines?

All Hyundai dealerships of the country are catering the online booking services.

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