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Founded in 1967, Hyundai entered the US market in 1986 with a wealth of history and experience in civil engineering and car production. After heavy investment in the 90s to improve the quality of their cars, today Hyundai is renowned for affordable and reliable motoring across many vehicle segments offering an impressive list of standard features and extensive warranty. Below is a list of some of the Hyundai cars that we are able to help with regarding your windshield and auto glass needs.
The Hyndai Accent offers solid performance and reliability in a comfortable and sleek package. Although sold as an entry-level subcompact, it offers attractive interior materials and a solid build quality. Acceleration with the 1.6 litre engine is good and passenger space is more than adequate. The Accent is offered as a sedan or as a hatchback for those wanting larger cargo space.
The Hyundai Azera is a full-size sedan with elegant exterior styling and interior luxuries. New Azeras feature a navigation system, integrated smartphone apps, blind-spot warning, and rear cross-traffic alert systems. The Azera is excellent for long trips due to its smooth ride, large interior space, and spacious 16.3 cubic foot trunk. To match the upscale and sleek styling the 3.3 liter V6 engine powers the Azera along smoothly.
The Elantra is offered in three configurations: sedan, coupe and hatchback. Launched in 2011, the Elantra still holds its head high against its competitors. Style and value come as standard as with all Hyundais and the Elantra is packed with features in all of its trim levels. With roomy interior and a quiet ride, the Elantra is a solid pick in any three of its variations. The coupe and hatchback options provide more power to suit the sleek styling and provide an entertaining drive with quick acceleration and a smooth transmission.
Hyundai’s luxury large sedan, the Equus offers generous standard features, spacious comfort and is remarkably quiet, even though powered by a 5 liter V8 engine. The affordable yet luxurious sedan includes leather and wood trim, a 17 speaker sound system, a navigation system, and heated and ventilated front seats. The Ultimate edition of the Equus adds even more features such as soft-close doors, hands-free trunk, a heads-up display, surround-view cameras, and a dual-screen entertainment system.
Updated in 2015, the Hyundai Gensis offers excellent value for money with standard features that outstrip many of its luxury sedan rivals. Great styling and a refined ride make the Genesis an even more compelling option before you even get to experience its many luxury and tech features. The V6 and V8 engines power the Genesis smoothly, and there is also an all-wheel drive option available with the sedan. The Genesis coupe offers an even more sporty drive with 348 horsepower on tap as standard along with rear wheel drive fun. A six-speed manual transmission is available on the coupe or an optional eight-speed automatic with paddle shift.
The Santa Fe SUV comes with a strong V6 engine, comfort, style and a plethora of standard features as you would expect from Hyundai. But it’s not style over substance–the Santa Fe SUV offers three rows of seating and the V6 engine provides good acceleration and towing capacity. Seating 6 or 7, the Santa Fe offers a comfortable ride and an easy driving experience. While the Sport version of the Santa Fe has a shorter wheelbase and seats 5, it is still a spacious crossover SUV especially when compared to its competitors. The 2-liter, turbocharged option provides 265 horsepower and ample torque.
The Hyundai Sonata is a mid-sized sedan. The new 2016 model has not only tweaked its already good looks but offers a touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration as standard in addition to the usual long list of Hyundai standard features. It comes as no surprise that this Hyundai like all others offers a quiet ride and a spacious cabin. The Sonata also has a standard hybrid option and a plug-in hybrid option available, both of which offer excellent fuel economy at around 40 mpg. The plug-in hybrid which will be sold in zero emission vehicle states has a 27 mile range in all-electric mode.
The Tucson SUV has been restyled in 2016. The state-of-the-art design is matched by safety and technology features. The compact SUV crossover is now slightly larger, offering passengers ample space and legroom, while the driver can enjoy a touchscreen interface, LED headlights, lane departure warning and a frontal collision intervention system. The turbocharged engine offers sporty performance yet good gas economy and the automated manual transmission suits the turbocharged engine with its smooth shifts and quick responses.
The distinctive and muscular styling of the Hyundai Veloster hatchback is anything but boring, but it still delivers fuel-efficiency and value in the hot hatch segment. The Turbo R-Spec version of the Veloster comes with a more powerful engine, a lower body kit, and sport-tuned suspension and steering. In 2016 a limited edition Rally edition will be released which can easily be spotted with its 18-inch wheels and matte blue paintwork. The Rally edition will also have even sportier suspension and leather seats.