2013 Hyundai Wants Your Money
How 2013 Hyundai Is The Ugly Duckling That Delivers
Hyundai has been a manufacture that has risen from the ashes of who gives a crap. When Americans first started driving Hyundai cars it was because we needed a cheap alternative from a manufacturer that would approve out auto loan when everyone else would stamp a big reject notice on it. The Hyundai lineup was a funky design that only a few thought was decent enough looking to drive and the powertrain was not really efficient or reliable enough to take any sales away from the likes of Toyota and Honda as well as any U.S. manufacturers. Today however it is a different story as we see Hyundai making their presence here in the states known. The first step was to offer a powertrain warranty that was unheard of by our manufacturers as it would place your Hyundai under a 100K mile warranty. This piqued the interest of many consumers that were attracted to the cars price and features but doubted the overall quality of the vehicle. This began the rise in sales as Hyundai offered cars and SUV’s that were modestly priced under their competitors. As a result we watched Hyundai alongside its Korean counterpart KIA start reeling in customers.
Why I Am Looking At A 2013 Hyundai Model
I am not a big fan of the looks of the Hyundai lineup and still think KIA makes a better looking overall lineup but I can’t complain about the price nor the warranty and amenities that come with the Hyundai lineup. From the 12.5k 2013 Hyundai Accent to the lavishly equipped 2013 Hyundai Equus the company is going full force into producing cars and crossovers for all price ranges. We are seeing the Hyundai brand backing up every car they sell with a strong warranty and most impressive is the lifetime warranty they place on the 2013 Sonata Hybrid’s battery. This takes all the guessing out of buying a hybrid as you are completely covered in the event that you have any battery issues and for that reason alone we expect the Sonata Hybrid 2013 to be amongst the top hybrid sellers. For less than 26k you can get a family sedan that gets 40 MPG’s and plenty of amenities to go along with it. We also see that Hyundai 2013 models have better MPG’s averages overall. With four different models to choose from that get 40 MPG’s highway makes this manufacturer seem even better.
The 2013 Hyundai Is Just The Start
The Hyundai engineers are utilizing direct injection as well as better engine design to get more efficiency than many other competitors’ vehicles. So I presume that Hyundai 2013 will continue to grow in sales for the North American market as they continue to produce vehicles like this. Look for the 2013 Hyundai lineup to have their best year of sales in North America as they continue to become a stellar manufacturer of automobiles. If you have any questions or thoughts on the 2013 Hyundai lineup then feel free to write to us in the comment section below.