Hyundai i30 Hatchback Undergoes Strange Test

You might recall last year English soccer star, Wayne Rooney, decided to drive his £80,000 car through the Knowsley Safari Park. And, needless to say the baboons in the park took a liking to the car.  In the end some slight damage needed to be repaired.  Well this year Hyundai decided to perform a strange test on their Hyundai i3.  They put a number of baboons up against the i3 to see how it would hold up.  And, it stood up rather well against the baboons' abuse.

Project Manager for the Hyundai i30, Felicity Wood, explains the testing process, stating, "At Hyundai we believe in new thinking, which is why we decided to take a new approach with this durability test. The fact that it survived with only a few scrapes is testament to the way a modern Hyundai is designed and engineered. We really do give a monkey's about building tough cars!"1 It's no surprise, of course, that Hilary couldn't escape the "monkey" puns. The situation certainly inspires frivolity.

We would like to point out that no monkeys were harmed during the testing process, and Hyundai even donated £1,000 to the Primate Society of Great Britain for their excellent testing skills.

Here at Taylor Hyundai, we're really bananas about this year's lineup of new Hyundai vehicles. (Sorry about the pun; we couldn't help ourselves!) If you're looking for a vehicle that can withstand all elements in the greater [GEO] area, look no further than Taylor Hyundai, conveniently located at 12681 Eckel Junction Rd Perrysburg, OH 43551. We're sure to have the vehicle you've been dreaming about!


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