If you’re a fan of the Hyundai Santa Fe, it will come as no surprise to find out that Car and Driver consistently ranks it among its top picks for a mid-size SUV thanks to its impressive center stack and touchscreen display. But one of the features that put Santa Fe and Hyundai above the competition is its Blue Link infotainment system and mobile-ready app. Here’s why Blue Link beats out most other rival infotainment hubs in the auto industry.Continue reading “What’s the Best Vehicle Infotainment System?”
Too tired to think of a New Year’s resolution? Don’t wrack your brain needlessly when we’ve got a prewritten resolution you can pawn off as your own: Treat the “New You” with a new car in the new year. It’s a well-deserved present for a well-deserving you—and it may also be necessary if your current vehicle could be considered a clunker, rattletrap, rustbucket, junker, bucket of bolts, heap of tin, or any other nickname synonymous to “a really old car.”
If you could use an upgrade to jumpstart 2020, trade in your old vehicle for a new Hyundai at your local car dealership. Here are a few good reasons why you should replace your beat-up jalopy with a new one.Continue reading “The Best New Year’s Resolution? Buy a New Car.”
Autumn is just around the corner, which also means colder Kansas City weather is in our future. Unfortunately, these colder temperatures also bring about the potential for higher gas prices. Over the years, gas prices seem to peak during this time of the year, though the cost of a gallon of unleaded can fluctuate in the fall.
Did you know the average American spends over $2,500 per year to fill up the tank? We hate hearing that, too. So, what are some of your options to save money by improving your fuel economy?Continue reading “How to Improve Your Hyundai’s Fuel Economy”
Large 3-row SUVs like the new Hyundai Palisade continue to attract minivan shoppers, but it’s clear the 8-seater segment is still in its infancy – or was, until now. With the release of the 2020 Palisade, the dawn of a new era begins. Offering minivan-comparable flexibility, space, and convenience, the all-new Palisade is shaking up, not stirring, the SUV class. Here’s what critics reviews are saying about the biggest Hyundai SUV to date.
Palisade Interior, Specs & Dimensions
Effectively, the 2020 Palisade is a larger, significantly more spacious version of the outgoing Santa Fe XL. The Palisade is 3 inches longer and 3.5 inches wider than Hyundai’s previous full-size SUV, and it also adds 4 inches between the rear and front wheel wells. That translates to one roomy 3-row crossover with 86.4 cubic feet of cargo volume, a hidden gem of a sub-trunk, and 3rd-row shoulder room that sits at the top of the 8-seater class.Continue reading “Critics Love The All-New 2020 Hyundai Palisade”
Hyundai has once again raised the bar, as numerous 2019 Hyundai models have won the year’s most coveted awards. With the season’s car-shopping spree about to kick into high gear, we thought we’d highlight some of the industry’s best new Hyundai vehicles.
“As a Hyundai dealer, shouldn’t you be saying all Hyundai models are the best?” That’s a good question. While it’s true that we feel Hyundai crafts some of the finest vehicles on the road, there are some new models that simply can’t be beat. So, before you shop the hundreds of cars and SUVs for sale at our Olathe car dealership, review this list of award-winning Hyundai models from 2018 and 2019.Continue reading “Congrats To These 2019 Hyundai Award Winners!”
Big news out of Camp Hyundai! Beginning sometime within the next year, select Hyundai models will potentially be fitted with roof-mounted solar charging systems. Once a logistical nightmare, solar vehicle roofs are now within the realm of possibility thanks to new innovations and technology, and Hyundai Motor Group is heading that charge into the future.
So, how do these Hyundai solar roofs work?Continue reading “Hyundai Models To Come With Solar Charging Roofs After 2019”
As the world’s only hydrogen fuel-cell SUV, the 2019 Nexo is certainly one for the record books. The Hyundai Nexo Fuel Cell has an EV-leading range of 380 miles, emits zero greenhouse gases, and can be charged fully in about 5 minutes. (The only thing preventing it from being a car from The Jetsons is its lack of a self-propelled automotive jetpack.)
But let’s talk details. What’s in the Nexo? How does it work? And where can you get one?Continue reading “2019 Hyundai Nexo Fuel Cell: The Ultimate Green SUV”
Although there are no major changes to the 2019 Hyundai Sonata – the 2020 sedan is set to be all new, by the way – that’s not necessarily a bad thing. What made last year’s model a superb family car and daily-driver is carried over in the 2019 model, sans the “+” nomenclature on the Sport and Limited 2.0T trims. Here’s what you’ll fall in love with when you test drive the latest Sonata sedan at our Olathe Hyundai dealership this fall.
Welcoming the fourth-gen 2019 Santa Fe into our Olathe Hyundai dealership has been easy. The latest SUV from Hyundai is quite an attractive ute; charming and refined, even borderline blindingly dazzling, with an all-new cascading polygonal grille, the Santa Fe has broken whatever mold it came out of. It’s boldly going where no other crossover has ever gone, and it’s going there in style.
As you search for a new SUV, don’t miss an opportunity to test the ’19 Santa Fe. Seriously—it’s that good.
Everyone’s favorite three-door speedster from Hyundai is back! This is true, yes, but there’s something different about the 2019 Veloster this year. Like a teenager who goes through the junior-to-senior evolution over summer, the new Hyundai Veloster feels more mature, wiser even, justifying its status as one of the most popular new Hyundai cars in school. But underneath those changes, it has clearly stayed in touch with its winning personality—and thank goodness. Here’s what you need to know about this newly recharged Hyundai Veloster.