Posts Categorized: Hyundai

Cars Continue to Go Green in 2017

In recent years, hybrids and electrical vehicles have become a major focus of the automotive industry. According to Green Car Reports, over half a million carbon-cutting hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and full electric vehicles were sold in the United States. The automotive industry is going green as consumers demand cars that are environmentally focused. The American… Read more »

New Sonata Hybrid

New upgrades are on the way for the new Sonata Hybrid. The latest upgrades were showcased in Seoul Korea. Improvements include: There‚Äôs an improved six-speed automatic that houses most of the hybrid components and uses a new clutch to reduce drag. The switch to an electric oil pump also removes some inefficiencies, and the battery… Read more »

Hyundai Looking to Enter Compact SUV Market with ix25

Hyundai is making a play for the compact SUV market with their ix25. The new ix25 will be available in both petrol and diesel options. While the petrol version will be a 1.4-litre VTVT, the diesel will come with a 1.6-litre CRDi.  Source: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/hyundai-compactsuv-ix25-india/1/380524.html

2015 Hyundai Equus Starts at $62,450

We fell in love with the 2014 Hyundai Equus and were just as pleased to see the latest 2015 model lives up to the same hype. This is a carryover model. The Equus received a midcycle update for the 2014 model year that included a restyled exterior and interior and updated suspension tuning. The 2015… Read more »

2015 Hyundai Genesis Sedan

It looks like BMW and Mercedes-Benz has real competition this year from the new 2015 Hyundai Genesis Sedan. Sporting hi-tech features that integrate with Google Glass and Apple’s Siri technology, this car is a sure winner.  Meanwhile, the new head’s-up display takes its inspiration from aircraft technology, Hyundai said. It projects a virtual image onto… Read more »

2015 Hyundai Genesis

We can’t help it. We keep falling in love with Hyundai. We love when a car company is as hungry for sales as Hyundai has been over the past couple of years. We see new and improved designs (ahem Camry, we are looking at you) on a regular bases. The Hyundai Genesis is stunning.  

Hyundai Promising Hydrogen Powered SUV Next Year

In a surprising move by Hyundai this week, it has been announced that they will be selling their Hydrogen Powered SUV by NEXT year.  It will be the first mass-market vehicle of its type to be sold or leased in the U.S.“These things are now ready for prime time,” John Krafcik, Hyundai’s North American CEO,… Read more »

Hyundai Can’t Keep Up with Demand

The last couple of years have been really, really good for Hyundai. According to the CEO of Hyuandai they cannot keep up with the demand.  The Hyundai factory in Montgomery, Ala., is producing at capacity as well as the plant in West Point, Ga., run by Kia.  Many of the factories in Korea are also… Read more »

Hyundai To Launch Tucson Fuel Cell Production By 2015

Source: www.hyundai-blog.com We couldn’t be more excited to read that Hyundai of all car makers is planning to open a fuel cell production plant by 2015. You can color us shocked. Apparently they have been working on fuel cell technology for the last 14 years and feel confident enough to begin production. It will have… Read more »

Kia, Hyundai Reimburse Customers

An error in fuel consumption ratings have Kia and Hyuandai reimbursing their customers with gift cards. ”In addition, as an acknowledgement of the inconvenience this may cause, we will add an extra 15% to the reimbursement amount. Current owners will be able to refill their pre-paid credit card at any time for as long as… Read more »

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

Pricing for the new 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has been set at $24,450. 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Price: Santa Fe Sport 2.4 liter FWD: $24,450. Santa Fe Sport 2.4 liter AWD: $26,200. Santa Fe Sport 2.0 Turbo FWD: $27,700. Santa Fe Sport 2.0 Turbo AWD: $29,450. Source: http://www.egmcartech.com

2013 Hyundai Tucson price

Hyundai has made a step towards higher prices by raising it’s 2013 Hyundai Tuscon to $20,070. This is the basic package, and the trimmed out version starts at $26,270. The Korean automaker has long been recognized as the leader when it comes to value, but their recent vehicles have adopted something of an upmarket attitude.An… Read more »

Hyundai Recieves Another Reward

As we’ve mentioned on this blog, the Hyundai brand is on fire and shows no signs of slowing down. Recently Hyundai received the “Top Scoring Car Awards” from Total Car Score. The Sonata scored big in the midsize sedan/wagon segment, with the Genesis being top dog in the luxury sedan/wagon category.Perhaps even more impressive was… Read more »