Hyundai is definitely on a roll. With the release of brilliant new cars, the Korean car maker is nipping on the heels of Toyota, Honda, and even Chevrolet by providing cars with highly competitive prices. Hyundai offers a wide range of vehicle types from compact cars to SUVs that appeal to virtually any driver and budget. The following represent an accurate cross-section of Hyundai’s distinguished line.
The 2012 Hyundai Accent is a major redesign from the original, starting at just around $12,400.The new Accent offers two distinct body configurations: a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback. Whichever type of body style you choose, you are assured a spacious interior that can comfortably accommodate four adults with enough space to spare for luggage and cargo. The gas saving four-cylinder engine can provide you with up to 40 miles per gallon while generating 110hp.
Hyundai enters into the sports car class with the 2012 Genesis Coupe, a sharp vehicle that has the style and class of more expensive models without drilling a huge hole into your pocket. The interior is wrapped in leather, blue illumination, climate control, and an Infiniti sound system. The 3.8-liter V6 engine and the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder will leave you gripping the steering wheel in pure exhilaration and excitement. Prices start at $22,250 for the Genesis 2.0T.
Hyundai’s all new Veracruz breaks in to the SUV scene and takes no prisoners. In a side-by-side comparison with the Lexus RX 350, Motor Trend dubbed the Veracruz as the SUV that gives more bang for your buck with prices starting at $28,345, over $10,000 less than the Lexus starting price. The Hyundai Veracruz offers a spacious 7-seater cab with a powerful 3.8-liter V-6 engine putting out 260 horsepower. The Veracruz offers the same powerful Infinity Sound system as the Tiburon and protects its passengers with 6 airbags and traction and stability control systems.
Crossover lovers will find the new Hyundai Tucson to be everything they need in a lifestyle-oriented vehicle. The Tucson presents a new shape and helps you get the most out of each and every drop of fuel. Whether you choose the new 2.0-liter or the more powerful Theta 2.4-liter four-cylinder on the GLS and Limited trim, you can expect best in class power and fuel efficiency that can reach up to 32mpg on the highway. The 2012 Hyundai Tucson presents fantastic value for a crossover with prices starting around $19,045.
Undying commitment to its US customers is what separates Hyundai from the rest of the foreign competitors. If you are looking to get more value for your dollar, then a Hyundai is the right choice for you. Fill out a FREE, no-obligation price quote now and find the lowest price from the Hyundai dealers in your area!