Hyundai provides lasting peace of mind in its electric vehicles and hybrids with an offering not provided by other EV manufacturers: a lifetime battery warranty. This warranty is provided to the original owner with some restrictions.
D Day Reversed! As Tesla prepares for Cheap Model 3 “Production Hell,” the competition takes a Last Stand: Hyundai is ready to unleash a manufacturing fury of a “Production Hell,” with Kona to invade America via the Pacific. While VW and Ford sign a war pact treaty to enact their diabolical anti-Tesla master plan to unleash triple flanking fury coming soon from Dearborn, Chattanooga, and from the North Atlantic shores.
Following the fire death of an Ohio man in a 2014 Kia Soul and the pressure of the Center for Auto Safety, a Senate panel plans November hearings into whether a Hyundai, Kia recall goes far enough. In case you didn't know, Hyundai is a partner with Kia in building cars.
With the growing rapid output of worldwide EV production, the glaring reality of supply and demand becomes more obvious as to which key players in the auto industry are prepared for battery shortages and which ones are not. Regardless, if the company you buy a BEV from is not one of “the big three,” you should expect you car order to be delayed because of battery shortages by the factory.
We’ve all driven the entry level sedan, hatchback and crossover trying to convince yourself and significant others that it’s good enough, we’ll make do, and, perhaps next time. No more. Hyundai Sonata Sport + comes to market with little sacrifice.
In concept, hydrogen cars sound like a perfect solution to reduce air pollution from commuter automobiles. How come we don't see hydrogen cars like the Toyota Mirai, Hyundai Nexo and Honda Clarity FC commonly on the roads?
We don’t often experience a civilized drive and ride experience behind the wheel of a car priced well below $18,000. In rolls 2018 Hyundai Accent. An economy sedan that offers a bigger car ride at a very attainable price point. What?
The market for plug-in hybrids is getting crowded. Chevrolet introduced the Volt in 2011. Hyundai brought out their Ioniq plug-in hybrid in 2017 and the Prius Prime was also introduced in 2017. How do their drive trains and safety technology compare?
2018 Hyundai Ioniq PHEV comes to market with a conventional, yet progressive hatchback look, generating a broad based appeal among former hybrid car haters. Hyundai effectively “normalizes” the plug-in electric hybrid experience making it fun to drive and fuel efficient. How does Ioniq deliver?
If you have been watching TV lately you have probably been noticing advertising for electric cars. Nissan, Hyundai and Honda are the main three EV makers that seem to be running EV ads regularly. They all have varying degrees of success at demonstrating what these cars can do.
After only a couple of years as Hyundai's separate luxury brand, Genesis has been awarded an accolade that other automakers have had to wait many years to achieve. Genesis is the best brand, followed by Audi.
The Ford F-Series pickup is the bestselling vehicle in America for 2017, marking the 36th-straight year where the F150, F250 and F350 have combined to lead the US market – and here is a look at the rest of the top 25 sellers from last year.
In October and November, Torque News gained some seat time in Chevy Bolt, Honda Clarity, and Hyundai Ionic. These compact 5-door electric hatchbacks are viable everyday drivers by any measure. Yet, there’s a factor or two keeping Bolt and other segment breaching EVs from going mainstream.
I recently spent a week behind the wheel of a 2017 Hyundai Elantra Limited and while it is a great choice for the money at its normal pricing, the current year-end discounts on 2017 models makes the Elantra Limited an incredible bargain – with prices dipping below $20,000 for this loaded package.