Hyundai ix35 Becomes Driving School Car

We all remember our time spent behind the wheel during driving school. Some found the experience challenging, others got it right from the first steps. Actually, it doesn’t matter, as those “newborn” miles had something special to offer for each of us. Of course, one of the most important factors that influences this is the vehicle that we use.

The latest news related to this comes from the UK, where Bill Plant, one of the country’s largest driving schools, is adding Hyundai ix35s to its fleet. The first learners and instructors are scheduled to get behind the wheel at the beginning of next month.

We’re continually looking at ways of improving our product to both instructors and pupils alike. We chose the ix35 over other rivals due to the excellent overall driving experience, impressive CO2 emissions and a class leading fuel economy of 54.3mpg. We have had great response from both instructors and pupils, who cannot wait to get started with the new ix35,” Bill Plant General Manager, Jake Plant said, commenting on the company’s new arrivals.

The driving school has a strong connection with Hyundai, as it has ordered a fleet of 600 i30s last year.

Having acquired its first fleet of Hyundais three years ago, Bill Plant has become an advocate with the marque, ordering 600 i30s last year for its network of instructors. Bill Plant Ltd trains both learner drivers and instructors, and has found Hyundai to be the perfect partner,” stated the press release.
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