Although established in 1967, Hyundai didn't begin importing cars to the United States until nearly 20 years later. Regarded merely as an economical choice at their debut in 1986, Hyundai is now widely seen as a manufacturer that offers high value vehicles with an excellent warranty.
Yet another automaker attempts to rid the world of hot-car deaths.
The Honda Civic Si and Volkswagen Golf GTI have a new foe.
A six-speed manual transmission is standard on the base SE, but a CVT is available.
Its new tech places an even greater focus on efficiency.
It appears buyers don't give a shift about the six-speed.
The Russian internet company hopes to have a fleet of 100 cars by year's end.
The new light truck aimed at active city dwellers would be built in the US, may resemble Santa Cruz concept.
It'll debut on Hyundai's Smartstream engine family, starting with a 1.6-liter I4.