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You’ve seen them driving down the streets of Austin, on TV, and in the newspapers, but have you ever driven a Hyundai before? If you’re not sure why today is an ideal day to head to the Hyundai dealership to test-drive a Hyundai, read the following article to find out why.
Modern Styling Cues
Experts and consumers agree that the direction in which Hyundai’s styling is headed is modern and eye catching, especially when you compare it to the style of similarly priced competitors. Hyundai is a great car to test drive today if you are feeling like you need to trade in your current ride for one that’s stylish enough to turn heads and make you proud of the vehicle you’re driving.
There’s no better time than now to experience Hyundai’s cutting edge engines. Many of Hyundai’s engines feature direct-injection and turbocharging, technologies that increase throttle response, horsepower, and fuel economy. Your Hyundai can also be equipped with a manual transmission that saves gas and money while offering a more engaging driving experience.
Hyundai, a leader in safety design, has earned a total of seven Top Safety Pick awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Furthermore, Hyundais can be equipped with the latest safety technology, such as Electronic Vehicle Stability Management System, Active Head Restraints, and Blind Spot Monitoring that help to prevent an accident before they even occur. If you want to experience the peace of mind that comes with driving one of the safest cars in the United States, test-drive a Hyundai.
Come to Roger Beasley Hyundai of Austin to take a spin in a new or used Hyundai today. Our dealership has a massive selection—be sure to check it out by visiting us on the web. And if you have any questions, just contact us at (512) 524-9569.
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The Hyundai dealer sells a variety of sporty yet premium sedans, coupes, and crossovers. Ask yourself the following questions to determine which of these Hyundais is going to be the best fit for you, and to see what that car comes with.
Is Space or Power More Important?
If you need space more than you need power, the Hyundai Tucson and Santa Fe are two crossovers that each offer plenty of interior space with a standard four-cylinder engine. There’s even the seven-passenger Hyundai Veracruz, which comes with a V6, if you want plenty of space and some power to go along with it. If on the other hand power is more important to you than space, Hyundai makes a number of compact cars with peppy engines, including the Hyundai Veloster, Genesis, and Elantra Coupe.
How valuable is Fuel Efficiency?
Every Hyundai is engineered with the latest engine technologies and aerodynamic efficiency to ensure class-leading fuel efficiency. But if you want to exceed the 38 mpg highway that the compact Elantra boasts, or the 37 mpg highway that the Hyundai Veloster can achieve, check out a Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This advanced hybrid sedan earns 34 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway.
Is All-Weather Traction Important?
If you want all-wheel drive on your next Hyundai, check out a Hyundai crossover. The Hyundai Tucson, Santa Fe, and Veracruz are offered with an optional all-wheel drive that senses wheel slip and automatically routes the engine’s power to the wheels that have the most traction.
Is Having the Most Engaging Drive Important?
Though all Hyundais are known for their ability to engage the driver and respond quickly to driver input, there are two Hyundais that are designed to take this to a new level. First there’s the Hyundai Veloster, which for a great price puts you into one of the most stylish coupes on the market. And there’s the Genesis Coupe, which produces 274 horsepower with a turbo inline-four, or 348 horsepower with a 3.8L V6.
The best way to ensure that you find a good car for you and your needs is to take some new and used Hyundais for a test drive. Call Roger Beasley Hyundai at (512) 524-9569 to find out more, and visit our website to see all of the new and used cars at the dealership.
Last updated 3 months ago
Hyundai’s new car and crossover lineup is stylish, safe, and reliable. Before you start shopping for a car, find out more about the cars and crossovers that Hyundai is offering by visiting the following webpages.
And, to get in touch with a Hyundai expert, call Roger Beasley Hyundai of Austin at (512) 524-9569 or visit our dealership’s homepage.
Learn more about how you can qualify for $3,500 towards a new Hyundai by replacing your older vehicle at TCEQ.Texas.gov.
Go to FuelEconomy.gov to learn more about how you can increase your vehicle’s fuel economy through proper maintenance.
Read about the Hyundai Santa Fe at HyundaiUSA.com.
See what the new 2013 Hyundai Tucson has that the competition doesn’t by reading this Kelley Blue Book review.
To see why the Hyundai Veracruz got a perfect safety score from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, go to IIHS.org.
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One of the most popular car body styles in Europe, and at our Hyundai dealership in Austin, is the five-door hatchback. The 2013 Hyundai Elantra five-door GT Hatchback is just as practical as it is attractive. This video review gives you an in-depth view of one of America’s favorite brands.
As described in the video, the sporty GT hatchback gets a combined fuel economy of about 32 MPG (or a little more). Plus, you’ll find folding rear seats that expand cargo capacity to, at most, 51 cubic feet. Its stylish exterior is definitely sportier, and is a more practical alternative to an SUV, or even a crossover. If you’re looking for something that’s smaller, sportier yet just as comfortable as an SUV, the Elantra Hatchback GT is an excellent option.
Take a test drive in the 2013 Hyundai Elantra five-door hatchback today at Roger Beasley Hyundai of Austin. For more information, give us a ring at (512) 524-9569. And be sure to check us out on the web to see our full inventory of new Hyundai Elantra GT Hatchbacks.
Last updated 27 days ago
Our Hyundai dealers in Austin want you to picture this: The most boring car you can imagine. What comes to mind? A barebones pickup? A boxy SUV? A stubby sedan? Now envision the opposite: A car whose design draws your attention with an unmistakable presence. Such is the philosophy behind Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture designs, a philosophy that combines mechanical precision with the naturally aerodynamic contours of wind and water.
Hyundai blends strength, elegance and efficiency together. And, they do this with their modern, and sporty, designs without showing off. It’s said that form follows function, and it’s clear at a glance that the new lineup at our Austin Hyundai dealership is unlike any other. This infographic from Roger Beasley Hyundai of Austin, TX provides a look at what drives one of the world’s leading automakers. Learn more by contacting our dealership directly at 512-524-9569.