Which New Hyundai is Right for Me?
Are you looking for a fuel-efficient car for your morning commute, or do you need a family-friendly SUV with lots of seating and cargo space? Even if you know exactly what you want, car shopping can be stressful. With so many specs to cover, factors to consider, and options to compare, you may feel be a bit overwhelmed. To help you decide which Hyundai is right for you, let’s take a look at a few of our latest models and who they suit best.
2016 Sonata Hybrid
At 40 mpg in the city and 44 mpg on the highway, the Sonata Hybrid is ideal for commuters. This sedan starts at a reasonable MSRP of $26,000 for the base model SE. The Limited model with its upgraded interior starts at $30,100 MSRP and the option to add the Ultimate Package for $4,500. This package includes Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning, and Smart Cruise Control, among other features that will make your commute a safer and more enjoyable experience.
If you are looking for a starter vehicle, the Accent is a very budget-friendly option. Both the base-model SE sedan and the base-model SE hatchback carry an MSRP below $15,000, and both get a respectable 27 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. As a compact car, it outshines the Toyota Yaris and Honda Fit in several respects — including more cargo space in the 5-door model, which college students will appreciate on move-in day. The 2015 model earned the distinction of “Highest Ranked Small Car in Initial Quality” by J.D. Power.
2016 Santa Fe Sport
Families will appreciate the space and seating options available on the Santa Fe SUV. At least one upgrade package is available for each model, allowing you to further customize it for your family’s needs. AWD can be added to any Santa Fe model, and each boasts a 6-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC and Active ECO System. The 5-passenger Santa Fe Sport is the least expensive, with a starting MSRP of $24,950. This model gets 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway and has a cargo volume of 35.4 cubic feet behind the second row.
2016 Santa Fe SE or Limited
For those who need a little more space or power, the Santa Fe SE and Limited fit the bill. The SE seats seven in a typical 2-3-2 SUV configuration, while the Limited swaps the second-row bench for two captain’s chairs to seat six more comfortably. These models start at $30,400 MSRP and $34,500 MSRP respectively, and both boast a cargo volume of 80 cubic feet with the second and third rows folded. The 3.3L V6 engines replaced the inline 4-cylinder engines of the Sport models, which increase the towing capacity from 2,000-3,500 pounds to a full 5,000 pounds.
Numbers on a page and even expert recommendations can only tell you so much. If you are still torn or want to explore other vehicle in the Hyundai line-up, come in today and test drive a few. Take advantage of our knowledgeable sales team and some hands-on experience to help make up your mind.