The Getz Gets Funky With The Help Of Hyundai Accessories

Hyundai Getz

Hyundai Getz (2003)

Hyundai’s new Getz supermini now has a full range of smart and stylish accessories, to help customers give their new purchase a personal touch.

On the outside, customers can choose: reversing sensors, headlamp protectors, fog lights, front and rear mudflaps, silver grille mesh, sunroof, cycle carriers, towbar, alloy wheels on 14 inch rims, and ski and snowboard carriers. There is also a range of roof storage boxes large enough for skis.

Moving inside customers can choose a leather steering wheel, sill guards, dog guard and carbon effect dash trim. Also on offer is an in-car DVD system with back-of-headrest monitor and headphones, which is fully removable for use in the home. Also available is a satellite navigation system from market leaders VDO Dayton.

Renee Ayache, Accessories Product Manager, said: "The Getz is a cute and funky car, but to add that personal touch our accessories can make your Getz absolutely unique to you and your tastes!"

The Getz has gone down a storm since its launch in the UK, already winning the prestigious What Car? Budget Car of the Year Award in January.

What Car? has also carried out a depreciation survey in association with Argos Loans, which calculated the Getz 1.1 GSI five-door would retain 40 per cent of its value after four years – ahead of such rivals as the Citroen Saxo 1.1 Desire five-door, Daewoo Matiz SE and Kia Rio 1.3 LX.

And don’t forget the Hyundai Getz, in common with all Hyundai cars in the UK, is sold with a pioneering five year, unlimited mileage, fully transferable, manufacturer-backed warranty.

Published 2 March 2003 Melanie Carter

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