Hyundai News

Hyundai is one of two Korean brands competing in the U.S. market. Imports to the U.S. started in 1986 with one model and have expanded to over 15 models today which include hybrids, plug-in hybrids, all-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles. Today, over half of the Hyundais sold in the U.S. are American made.

Kia, the brand’s Korean counterpart, offers a sportier lineup while Hyundai presents a more premium one with models like the Palisade, Sonata, and Santa Fe.

In the past, many associated the Hyundai brand with affordability and lower build quality. However, that is not the case today. Although still affordable, Hyundai vehicles now have the build quality, safety, technology, and design expertise that rivals the best in the industry.

Popular models include the Elantra and Sonata (also offered in hybrid and plug-in hybrid) sedans and the Tucson and Santa Fe SUVs. The Venue, Kona, and Palisade SUVs are the latest additions to the lineup. Other models include the fun-to-drive Veloster and Elantra GT, the efficient Ioniq models (hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and EV), the little Accent sedan, the Santa Fe XL, and the only fuel cell electric SUV on the market, the Nexo.

Below is a list of Hyundai’s models with starting prices (excludes delivery charges):

  • 2020 Hyundai Venue – $16,850
  • 2020 Hyundai Kona – $19,300
  • 2020 Hyundai Tucson – $21,800
  • 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe – $25,125
  • 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe XL – $26,450
  • 2020 Hyundai Palisade – $31,775
  • 2020 Hyundai Accent – $14,295
  • 2020 Hyundai Elantra – $17,900
  • 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT – $19,650
  • 2020 Hyundai Sonata – $23,600
  • 2020 Hyundai Veloster – $16,800
  • 2020 Hyundai Veloster N – $27,100
  • 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid – $22,200
  • 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid – $26,500
  • 2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric – $30,315
  • 2020 Hyundai Kona Electric – $37,190
  • 2019 Hyundai Nexo Fuel Cell – $58,300

Hyundai Azera Deserves Attention When Shopping Luxury Sedans on a Budget

I recently had a chance to spend a week behind the wheel of the Hyundai Azera Limited and after my experience, I continue to wonder why more people hunting for a luxury level vehicle on a budget don’t give this large midsized sedan a closer look – as it offers all of the goodies that you get from some of the more cost effective luxury brands without the massive price tag.
2016 Hyundai Sonata PHEV

27 Miles of Electric Range according to Hyundai for 2016 Sonata

At this point, chalk up another entrant into the PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) category and this one is from Hyundai. According to reports, the Hyundai Sonata car has a 27 mile Electric Range before switching over to Hybrid mode. That is very good EV mileage for sure and only two other PHEVs will go further than that one Electric power.
genesis 5.0 sedan

5 Reasons Why the Hyundai Genesis 5.0L Package is Worth Every Cent

The 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan is a beautiful machine worthy of the “luxury car” label in its most basic form, but for those prospective Genesis buyers who demand more modern technology, more standard features, improved driving dynamics and gobs more power – the 5.0L trim for the Genesis sedan is worth every single cent over the base model price.

2015 Hyundai Genesis V6 Sedan Review: Premium Luxury, Bargain Pricing

The 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan with the V6 engine in its most basic form comes with a price of just $38,000 and while the price isn’t why the new Genesis sedan is so impressive, that incredibly low entry level price for a car that is so well appointed inside and out makes this the best bargain in the modern midsize luxury segment.

Hyundai, Tesla exchange barbs over refueling networks – one of them has a point

A misinformed jab at Tesla’s Supercharger network by fuel cell-minded Hyundai and a counter-punch from the electric automaker remind us that car companies really don’t like being linked to government backing, yet this will become an increasingly important issue.
Ford caught fudging EPA numbers again

Hyundai Must Be Smiling as Ford Caught Fudging EPA Numbers - Again

The news that Ford is lowering the fuel economy ratings for its 2013- and 2014-model year hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles, as well as most 2014-model year Fiestas, must be especially pleasing to Hyundai because of strong industry rumors that Ford ratted out Hyundai on the Sonata hybrid and other Hyundai and Kia models.

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