However, that’s respectable when you consider its new car market share only topped 1% 10 years ago.
There are 316,432 Hyundais currently registered in the UK, which ranks the company as the 20th most favoured make by UK consumers.
Just over a third (36.57%) are owned by women; 51.69% by males.
The genders owning the remaining cars are unknown.
Around 5% are company owned.
Forty per cent of Hyundais are less than four years old.
Five-door hatchbacks are the most popular bodytype, accounting for 34.24% of Hyundais, followed by three-door hatchbacks (20.50%), coupés (15.46%) and estates (13.61%).
Eight in 10 models are manual transmission.
The top location to see a Hyundai is Birmingham and the most popular model is the Hyundai Accent, making up 23.67% of the Hyundai market.
Analysis has been performed by GMAP using current market statistics from the anonymised DVLA Parc data.