Maybe you think you spend a lot of time behind the wheel.
You probably can’t compare to Kansas delivery driver Farrah Haines, who
recently notched a cool
1 million miles on the original drivetrain of her 2013 Hyundai Elantra.
“Reaching one million miles with the original
powertrain in just five years is an extremely rare and incredible
achievement,” explained Hyundai Motor America’s CMO, Dean Evans.
Not many drivers put the kind of stress on their vehicles
that Haines, who delivers auto parts around the Midwest, does. In fact,
Consumer Reports has a popular article on how to maintain your car so it
reliably to 200,000 miles — just one-fifth of the distance that
Haines coaxed out of her trusty Elantra.
“My Hyundai has been a great car to me,” Haines said. “Over the years I have been beyond pleased at my car’s performance, a quality that is inherent to the Hyundai brand.”
This year, Hyundai managed an incredible feat at the Detroit
Auto Show, scoring two of three awards for best car and SUV in America. In the
25 years that the NAIAS has been happening, a single manufacturer winning more
than one yearly award has only been accomplished 5 times. The South Korean auto
manufacturer deserves some major kudos for this achievement.
But what vehicles won, you ask? The Hyundai Genesis G70 beat out the Honda Insight and the Volvo S60/V60 to become the Best Car in America. The Hyundai Kona and Kona EV swept away the competition for Best Utility Vehicle in America, beating out both Jaguar’s I-Pace and Acura’s RDX.
As that old tune from the ’60s so rightly observed, “the times, they are a-changing,” with electric and hybrid vehicles becoming a more common sight on America’s highways and byways. That said, many electric vehicles aren’t exactly known for their prowess on the road. Enter the 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric, which aims to change that perception in ways that just might surprise you.
Thanksgiving is well in the rearview mirror. What’s left is that magical time of year leading up to the biggest holiday on the calendar: Christmas! That means it’s time to pull out the old lights, dust off your favorite ornaments, and get your living space into the holiday spirit. And nothing quite ties together those Christmas vibes like a fresh, green, fragrant, natural Christmas tree.
Luck you: You’re in charge of driving the tree home! Christmas trees aren’t exactly the easiest items to transport, certainly not if you’re worried about avoiding scratches to your vehicle or stripping those fresh pine needles off the branches. So, in the spirit of the season, we’ve decided to come up with a list of 7 simple tips for safely transporting a Christmas tree home.
Is the new Hyundai Ioniq the right eco-friendly car for you? This guide will provide all the essential information about the 2019 Ioniq lineup: The Ioniq Hybrid, Electric, and Plug-In. In providing an overview of the features, incentives, and specials of the 2019 Hyundai Ioniq lineup, this guide will not only answer questions and address concerns, but also help drivers smoothly merge into the car buying process.
“Everything in life is somewhere else, and you get there in a car.” -E. B. White
No matter where you live, a car is an indispensable tool. Still, not just any car will do. The right car needs to keep you safe, not just get you from A to B. So, we’re going to tell you about some of the safest vehicles on the road today. Buckle up for an adventure, Hyundai fans.
Hyundai’s Phenomenal Range of Safety Features
At McCarthy Blue Springs, we understand that choice is your prerogative and information is power. So, we’re going to give you the skinny on Hyundai’s latest models and safety features.
Want to know what to look for in the new 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe? Here is a preview of some of the big changes in store from Hyundai in the new Santa Fe and what reviewers are saying about the features and additions to the fourth-generation Santa Fe SUV from Hyundai.