Hyundai Top honor Awards. Why buy a Hyundai

Over the past few years, Hyundai has impressed many consumers and quietly accrued more than impressive amounts of awards for hits vehicle lineup.  So why buy a Hyundai? Not only has Hyundai impresses J.D Power along with the NHTSA and IIHS.  Hyundai has been rated number one in consumer loyalty for the past 7 years,

Hyundai vehicles offer quality, safety, peace of mind, low cost of ownership, high re sale value and so much more.  
Seven different models earned a 5 star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in 2015 and 2016.  The Genesis, Sonata and Elantra also earned the title of Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Highly Awarded Hyundai Vehicle Models
Hyundai Sonata
  • 2016/2015 NHTSA 5 Star Overall Safety Rating
  • 2015 “A Best Family Car of 2015” by Parent Magazine and
  • 2015 “Best Midsize Car for Families” by US News & World Report
  • 2015 Names one of the 15 best Family cars by Kelly Blue Book
  • 2015 IIHS Top Safety Pick
  • 2015 Named “Top Rated Sedan” by
  • 2015 USA Today/ MotorWeek Midsize Sedan Challenge Winner
Hyundai Genesis
  • 2016 /2015 NHTSA 5 Star Overall Safety Rating
  • 2015 ‘Best Buy” Award in Large Car Segment by Consumer Guide Automotive
  • Recipient of ALG’s “Residual Value Award for the Premium Full Size Car Segment”
  • 2015 Car of the Year
  • 2015 “Luxury Car of the Year” by Popular Mechanics
Hyundai Santa Fe
  • 2015 Best 3rd Row SUV for the Money by US News & World Report
  • 2015 Best Buy Award in the Midsize Crossover/ SUV Segment by Consumer Guide Automotive
  • Winner of 2015 Most Popular on
Hyundai Santa Fe Sport
  • 2016/2015 NHTSA 5 Star Overall Safety Rating
  • 2015 Best Buy Award in Midsize Crossover/SUV Segment by Consumer Guide Automotive
Hyundai 5 Star Overall Safety Rating For 2016
  • Elantra
  • Elantra GT
  • Sonata
  • Sonata Hybrid
  • Genesis
  • Santa Fe Sport
  • Veloster

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Check our the 2017 Hyundai Elantra Safety Tech Features

With the 2017 Hyundai Elantra on the showroom floors it is time to look deeper at the options Hyundai is offering.    The new safety features that are used on the 2017 Elantra are compatible to the higher end luxury cars but offered to the consumer at a savings .


The vehicle’s front end collision warning system with pedestrian detection and automatic braking.  The Elantra also uses a front facing camera and a radar array to detect other vehicles in front of the vehicle.  The system is so sensitive that it can detect pedestrians.  When the Elantra detects that a collision might happen it will alert the driver with a loud warning noise and if the driver does not take action, the car will hit the brakes for you.


The 2017 Elantra also comes with an adaptive cruise control system.  The radar and the camera combination works together to maintain the distance with the vehicle in front of you , and will operate the gas and brakes to keep you from getting too close.  Keep in mind that it does not bring the car to a complete stop.


In addition to the advanced forward collision system, the Elantra features a new approach to Blind Spot Warning systems.  Currently, most systems will let you know if there is a car in your blind spot, and give you  a warning if you signal to change lanes.  The Elantra does this but also detects if a car behind you is accelerating int your blind spot and warn you if changing lanes.

Elantra also has a lane depart warning system, which uses the vehicles forward facing camera to detect the lane marking on the road. If the vehicle drives out of its lane without signaling the car will warn the driver.  The Elantra will even apply corrective steering to keep the vehicle within the lane.


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Hyundai Wins Kelly Blue Book Highest Achievement

 Hyundai Automaker Earns Highest Achievement for Lowest Ownership Costs

Hyundai was named the overall brand winner in the 2016 Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own Awards. Hyundai ranked No. 1 among mainstream brands for its lowest projected ownership costs. These awards are based on Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own data for new cars for the initial five-year ownership period.

While depreciation (or loss of value) and fuel costs may be the greatest expense incurred in owning a vehicle, there are other factors that can have a significant impact on a consumer’s budget. Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own information takes into consideration depreciation, expected fuel costs, finance and insurance fees, maintenance and repair costs, and state fees.

“Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own information evaluates the other out-of-pocket expenses drivers will incur beyond the initial purchase price, which helps consumers choose the vehicle that best fits their needs and their long-term budget, helping save money down the road,” said Dan Ingle, vice president of vehicle valuations, industry solutions and international for Kelley Blue Book. “In addition to a low Kelley Blue Book® Fair Purchase Price and low fuel, maintenance and repair costs across its full model lineup, Hyundai also has a mid-range depreciation and insurance cost, making it the 2016 5-Year Cost to Own Best Brand among all automakers.”

Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price is the price shoppers typically pay a dealer for a new car, based on actual new-car transactions and adjusted regularly as market conditions change. Some of the models driving Hyundai’s success include the 2016 Accent, Elantra, Sonata, Tucson and Veloster.

“Hyundai’s mission is to make things better,” said Mike O’Brien, vice president, corporate and product planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Being named the overall brand winner in Kelley Blue Book’s 2016 5-Year Cost to Own Awards shows our commitment to create and build better vehicles across our lineup. We believe every owner deserves peace of mind. It’s why our cars come standard with America’s Best Warranty, saving our owners money on what would have been out-of-pocket expenses.”

Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own information is developed using Kelley Blue Book® Residual Values to calculate depreciation costs. Kelley Blue Book calculates total ownership costs for new vehicles by applying a sophisticated valuation methodology along with critical financial data from third-party providers.