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The Certified Pre-Owned program is designed to give you the same remarkable experience as a new car customer, giving you complete confidence and peace of mind when purchasing one of our eligible pre-owned vehicles.
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FinanceGetting behind the wheel has never been easier thanks to our safe and convenient range of finance options. With over 40 years' experience in vehicle finance, you can be more confident than ever that you will receive trusted and transparent finance solutions.
Sell My CarAt Suttons, let us take away the hassle of selling your vehicle. Simply present your vehicle, we’ll inspect the condition and you’ll get a fair and accurate valuation from us.
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Fleet EnquiriesSuttons keeps your business moving with our dedicated fleet team.
Being one of Sydney’s largest dealer groups we have the best access to stock a full range of vehicle; including passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, trucks and buses and we use our fleet buying power and direct manufacturer contacts to negotiate savings across a range of our most popular vehicles.
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Suttons Hyundai Arncliffe is one of the newest Hyundai dealers in Sydney. We are centrally located close to the airport and stock the complete range of Hyundai New and Demo cars: Accent, Elantra, i30, iLoad, iMax, IONIQ, Kona, Santa Fe, Sonata, Tucson, Veloster and Venue plus over 50 quality used cars. Our brand new showroom will ensure you are kept comfortable before and after your test drive.
Hyundai cars are the best value cars in Australia, and when buying from Suttons Hyundai Arncliffe you get even more value.
Each of our Parts and Service staff is factory trained to recommend genuine parts and approved equipment when servicing your car. We invite you to browse our website range of New Hyundai or Used Hyundai, book in your Hyundai service or contact us today. Our team is confident our dealership will meet your needs.
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