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Shortfall Gap Insurance for your Hyundai

What can Shortfall Insurance do for your Hyundai?

At Shortfall.co.uk, we pride ourselves on our simple, easy-to-read explanatory systems. We work at great lengths to ensure that they assist customers with their understanding of Shortfall Insurance.

Our the years we have been successful in this aim, as we are regularly complimented by our policyholders, who inform us that our systems have assisted them with their understanding of Shortfall Insurance and allowed them to make real, factual informed decisions about protecting their Hyundai with various levels of Insurance.

At Shortfall.co.uk, we give customers access to a range of policies online and we are always here only ever a click or a call away to help. None of our team are commission based so no matter if you are on the line for 5 minutes, 30 minutes, or 2 hours we aim to help you understand the advantages and equally disadvantages of the different levels of cover and how they could help protect you in the event that your Hyundai is written off. 

History of Hyundai

The Hyundai brand was founded in 1967 and is part of the overall Hyundai Motor Group brand which also has another successful South Korean brand called Kia.

The Hyundai brand alone remained one of the most sustainable brands worldwide in the motor industry for many years and only recently in 2010 the firm saw itself feature in the top ten of the world's greenest car manufacturers in terms of production output.

The South Korean brand has in recent years gone from strength to strength with both the Hyundai and Kia models and has based its success on the change in the design of the range of models. The Hyundai brand was once seen as a budget brand by many in the industry, but now, however, the tables have turned.

Hyundai is a growing brand and reputation in both the build and design of its models. The Hyundai Motor Group itself has stated that the company cannot meet the demand that has seen both the Kia and the Hyundai brand rise to the top of the best selling lists worldwide.

The Hyundai brand is one of the biggest exports from the growing economy of India and the brand will grow with the economy.