The SUV market segment continues to grow. The utility drivers can get with a well-designed SUV is one of the main reasons so many people choose this type of vehicle. The variety of options out there also means there is something for everyone. For drivers who want something small, the subcompact Hyundai Kona is a great choice, but the lineup also features some slightly larger options, including the 2024 Hyundai Tucson and the Santa Fe.
While each year brings a few brand-new models we haven’t seen before, each year also brings new generations of the vehicles that we already know and love.
Automotive tech is moving at such a rapid pace. When you want the most advanced vehicle, you’ll want to know which car brands have the best tech.
Imagine driving up to a charging station in your EV and just sitting back in your vehicle while a robot arm connects you to a charging station without you having to get out. Sound like something out of the future? Well, if you’ve purchased an EV from a Hyundai dealer, it just may become a reality.
The Kia Telluride and Hyundai Palisade are corporate cousins, and at first glance, it doesn’t necessarily look like the two midsize SUVs are all that different. However, when you look more closely, some specific differences begin to appear. Perhaps the most significant differences are the price range of the two SUVs and the exterior styling. Let’s take a look.
The race to build the best compact vehicle is still underway, and Hyundai’s Venue might just be
the best one out there. Debuted in 2020, the Venue has been very successful, and Hyundai plans
to continue this success into the 2023 calendar year.
Hyundai has made incredible vehicles over the years, from their Hyundai Accent in 1994 to the Tuscon in 2004. One of their more recent creations, the Ioniq model introduced in 2016, has been a big hit with better designs, more technology, and unique aesthetics.
As 2022 comes to a close, automakers are thinking of ways to maintain or change their lineups.
There needs to be space for new cars, and because electric vehicles are becoming a vital part
of the current market, older and less popular models will soon be on the chopping block.
Here are some of the eco-friendly and subcompact cars that are leaving the market in 2023.