How Much Does an MOT Cost for a Hyundai?

Ellie Dyer-Brown, 4 months ago

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  • Hyundai
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Hyundai Kona

WhoCanFixMyCar explains how much Hyundai MOTs cost, including the average price across different models.

Hyundai, a South Korean brand, produces cars known for their reliability and value. They also have reasonable maintenance costs, making them a great all-around investment. This guide focuses on how much you can expect to pay for a Hyundai MOT.

Guide Contents:

Hyundai MOT price by model

Which is the cheapest Hyundai model for an MOT?

Which is the most expensive Hyundai model for an MOT?

Hyundai MOT prices across different models

The average price of an MOT across all Hyundai models is £43.56. However, you probably already have your eye on a particular model, so we've included individual average prices in the table below.

ModelAverage Price
Hyundai Santa Fe£42.13
Hyundai i20£43.29
Hyundai KONA£43.38
Hyundai Tucson£43.40
Hyundai i30£43.69
Hyundai Ioniq£43.70
Hyundai Coupe£43.77
Hyundai i10£43.91
Hyundai Veloster£44.63

Which is the cheapest Hyundai model for an MOT?

A silver Hyundai Santa Fe

The cheapest Hyundai model is the Santa Fe, a practical and smart-looking SUV that costs £42.13 on average for an MOT. It's extremely comfortable and comes with a long warranty to sweeten the pot.

In second place is the i20, which is notoriously reliable and cheap to run. It costs £43.29 on average for an MOT, just 16 pence more than the Santa Fe.

Which is the most expensive Hyundai model for an MOT?

At the other end of the price spectrum is the Hyundai Veloster, a now-discontinued (in the UK) rival for models like the Honda CR-Z and Volkswagen Scirocco. An MOT costs £44.63 on average, making it Hyundai's most expensive model. 

The second most expensive model is the stylish and comfortable i10, costing £43.91. 

Do you know when your MOT is due? If not, you can use our free MOT checker to find out and set a handy reminder. For more information about what's checked in an MOT, click here.

Or, if you're ready to book your next MOT test, you can compare prices from reliable local mechanics using WhoCanFixMyCar.

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Written by Ellie

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Ellie is WhoCanFixMyCar’s Content Writer. She has a BA in English literature from Durham University, a master’s degree in creative writing, and three years of experience writing in the automotive industry. She currently drives a Suzuki Swift.

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