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With innovative hydrogen fuel cell technology now in its fourth generation, Hyundai recently took the wraps off a hydrogen-powered SUV due to go into production early next year. The next level of fuel cell production has resulted in a 9 percent efficiency boost from the previous model, allowing drivers to go up to 360 miles on a single charge. “With exceptional efficiency, serene styling and uncompromised performance, our next generation fuel cell SUV is the true epitome of an eco-friendly vehicle of the future,” according to Hyundai vice president Lee Ki-sang. “Hyundai Motor will take the lead in developing and producing green energy vehicles that would ultimately complement a near-zero emission society.” The new SUV will first be released in Korea next year, followed by the North American market. Look for it late next year on the showroom floor of Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Leading Push Toward Zero Emissions

The new fuel cell SUV is just part of Hyundai’s commitment to introduce 31 new eco-friendly vehicles across the globe by 2020. Dedicated to improving the health of the planet by lowering vehicle emissions, Hyundai plans to take its alternative energy vehicle production well past the current lineup of IONIQ hybrid and electric vehicles. Look for more electric vehicles in the near future, ranging from smaller models to the luxury Genesis brand. The next big thing is the compact Kona SUV EV, scheduled for release in the first half of 2018.

Sonata Hybrid Offers Affordable Efficiency

The Hyundai Sonata offers both a standard hybrid and plug-in hybrid for people wanting superior fuel efficiency and low emission driving right now. The regular hybrid delivers 45 mpg on the highway while still providing a peppy 193 horsepower. Starting at just $26,000, it’s one of the most affordable electrified vehicles in the market and comes with tons of standard features, including proximity key entry, push button start and a 7-inch color touchscreen infotainment system that works with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The plug-in hybrid delivers 99 MPGe and comes with standard blind spot detection and navigation. The Sonata offers a modern, aerodynamic design with room for five adults. Test drive one today at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Ioniq Offers Great Range

For an innovative hatchback that provides both exceptional miles per gallon and great range, take a look at the new Ioniq. Also available as a pure electric vehicle and coming later this year with a plug-in hybrid option, the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid provides 58 mpg in combined city and highway driving. With a full charge and topped off gas tank you can go up to 690 miles without stopping. A whole host of technology and creature comforts make the Ioniq a rising star in the world of electrified vehicles. Pay close attention to Hyundai as the company continues to lead the way in environmentally-conscious vehicle development.

Elantra GT Pricing Starts Under $20K

Providing plenty of utility without sacrificing the thrill that should come along with driving a sporty vehicle, the new Hyundai Elantra GT provides a price-sensitive option for people who need the versatility of a roomy hatchback. With a total interior volume of more than 120 cubic feet, the Elantra GT is classified by the Environmental Protection Agency as a “large” car despite its relatively small footprint. This makes it the perfect vehicle for ferrying people and stuff around a crowded urban environment. Test drive the Elantra GT today at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

Design Evokes Fun-to-Drive Attitude

The flowing lines of the new Hyundai Elantra GT start at the front with the cascading grille that’s sandwiched between a set of LED running lights. Available LED headlights for both the high and low beams deliver a greater degree of safety and illumination than standard headlamps. Choose the base GT and you get aggressive 17-inch alloy wheels to dominate the profile of the car. Step up just a bit to the Sport model and the wheels are a full inch larger, giving the GT an even more muscular side view.

Plenty of Power to Go Around

Whether you choose the Base Hyundai Elantra GT or the Sport model, there’s plenty of power to satisfy most driving enthusiasts. The base model generates 161 horsepower and comes with either a six-speed manual or optional automatic transmission. The Sport model has a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that delivers 201 horsepower. It somes with a sporty six-speed shifter but you can also opt for the automatic transmission that comes with paddle shifters. The turbo Sport also generates a healthy 195 pound-feet of torque and maintains that power all the way up to 4,500 rpm, giving you plenty of acceleration when you need it most.

Standard Infotainment System Links to Smart Phone

Whether you have an Apple or Android smart phone, the infotainment system on the new Hyundai Elantra GT will give you countless hours of streaming music, podcasts or hands-free communication options. The interior on the new GT is very high-tech, with available wireless charging, ventilated and heated front seats and even an optional navigation system that comes with three free years of the Hyundai Blue Link Telemetry system. A supreme Infiniti audio system that will bathe you in concert-quality sound is also available. Don’t forget that Hyundai also has the industry’s best new car warranty, offering 5 years and 60,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper coverage. The new Elantra GT starts at just $19,350. Take a test drive today at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

The company slogan for the 2018 Hyundai Sonata is “Make every mile a little better.” With seven different trim levels offering a wide variety of prices and standard features, the new Sonata is the affordable sedan that can make your daily miles much better. The 2018 Sonata is available now for inspection and a test drive at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.

SE, ECO Priced for Budget Sensitive

With starting sticker prices just above $22,000, the new Hyundai Sonata SE and Eco trim packages offer a roomy sedan with great gas mileage and a stylish look. Even these value-priced models come with automatic headlights, daytime running lamps and dual fold-away power body color side mirrors. Power door locks and power windows are also standard, as are steering wheel mounted audio and cruise controls. An AM/FM/MP3 audio system with Bluetooth connectivity operated via a 7-inch color touchscreen is all part of the base prices. These two models also come with USB and auxiliary input jacks. The SE is powered by a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine that earns a rating of 36 mpg on the highway. Fuel mileage figures for the ECO have not yet been released, but with a twin-scroll turbo 1.6L 4-cylinder engine under the hood, you can expect near-hybrid numbers for a fraction of the initial cost of an electrified vehicle.

Sport and Limited Up the Ante

Choose the Sport model ($25,200 starting MSRP) or the Limited ($27,400) and the standard features start to mount. Both are powered by the same 185-horsepower engine that’s in the SE and get the same mileage numbers. The Sport adds a power tilt-and-slide sunroof to the equation, along with sport seats, a leather covered steering wheel and leather shift knob. The Limited includes leather seating surfaces and power front seats with memory, as well as LED headlights that lead the way around corners. If you like a little more horsepower, both the Sport and the Limited offer 2.0T versions that include a 245-horsepower turbocharged engine. The Sport 2.0T adds sport-tuned suspension and a more substantial brake system, while the Limited includes smart cruise control, a premium audio system and automatic braking.

Backed by Best Warranty

When you go and test drive the new Hyundai Sonata at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale, don’t forget about the industry’s best long-term warranty. The entire Hyundai lineup offers a 5-year/60,000-mile bumper to bumper warranty that’s unparalleled among other automakers. This includes 5 years of roadside assistance and a 10-year/10,000-mile powertrain warranty. With a refreshed look on both the exterior and interior and the most head and leg room in its class, it’s time to consider a Sonata as your next vehicle.

From the all-new Accent, Elantra GT and Kona to major changes across the board in other models, 2018 promises to be an exciting year at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale. The new plug-in hybrid version of the IONIQ is coming to add to the all-electric and hybrid models. The Sonata Hybrid and plug-in Hybrid have been completely redesigned, as has the popular Sonata sedan.

Affordable Accent Sedan Full of Style

The very affordable Hyundai Accent sedan has been redesigned from the ground up for 2018, delivering an upscale design reminiscent of a vehicle that costs thousands of dollars more. With a standard 5-inch touchscreen and available 7-inch audio display, the new Accent has plenty of technology to let you stream your music, podcasts and audiobooks while utilizing hands-free communication. A peppy and economical 1.6L variable valve timing engine is mated with a standard 6-speed transmission or available automatic. Hyundai paid special attention to improving the ride and deadening the sound in the new version of the Accent, providing a much more pleasant driving experience.

Bold Elantra GT Delivers Exceptional Roominess

With a fluid design that provides a bold, sporty look, the all-new Elantra GT delivers both the style and performance people want in a sporty vehicle. This hatchback has more cargo room than most of its competitors, while the rear legroom provides room for three adults to sit comfortably. It comes standard with a 2.0L engine, but you can choose the Sport model and receive a turbocharged 1.6L engine that delivers 201 horsepower and almost 200 pound-feet of torque. There’s plenty of technology available in the new Elantra GT, including an 8-inch multimedia navigation system, a premium Infinity audio system and an entire suite of driver assistance safety features.

Kona Carves Unique Place in Hyundai Lineup

If you’re looking for a compact utility vehicle with a fresh design, bold colors and a sporty driving character, hold off a few weeks until the new Kona shows up on the Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale showroom floor. This nimble little vehicle is powered by a spirited turbocharged four-cylinder engine that delivers a thrill a second. LED lights all around, advanced safety features and a multimedia system that delivers connectivity and concert quality sound are just a few of the amenities that are sure to make the Kona a hit this fall. Wireless smartphone charging, rain-sensing wipers and a power tilt and slide sunroof add to the fun. Sensor and camera-driven safety features such as lane keeping assist and blind spot collision warning are all available on the new Kona.

New Sonata Loaded with Affordable Features

Now with a dramatically new exterior design, the 2018 Hyundai Sonata delivers a long list of amenities, including an entire suite of available safety features in an affordable package. Starting at just $22,050, the midsize Sonata sedan will be arriving on the showroom floor at Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale later this summer.

Cascading Grille Highlights Front Design

Start at the front of the vehicle and your eyes will be immediately drawn to the Hyundai’s cascading grille, a bold design element that accentuates the space between the sloping headlamps. A sculpted hood, fenders and side panels creates a muscular look that is sure to turn heads whether you’re racing down the street or stopped at the corner gas station. New alloy wheels are available in 16, 17 and 18-inch sizes, depending on the trim package and your personal taste. LED running lights, headlamps and tail lights are both for safety and illumination, adding the crowning touch to the exterior design.

Stiffer Suspension Improves Ride, Handling

Hyundai engineers sharpened their pencils and created a rear suspension system with much thicker trailing arms, giving the new Sonata the ability to handle heavy loads while reducing body roll through corners. New bushings both soften the ride and provide quicker response times, delivering a more dynamic driving experience. The steering torsion bar stiffness was tightened by 12 percent, improving responsiveness and giving drivers a better feel of the road.

Safety Features are Standard Equipment

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata is the only popular mid-size sedan that offers Blind Spot Detection and Rear Cross Traffic Alert as standard equipment. These two features utilize sensors and cameras to detect an obstacle and react to help you avoid a collision. The standard seven-inch color touchscreen not only serves as your window to the infotainment system, but is also the screen for your backup camera. When driving down the road, it converts to an easy-to use interface for all your audio, communication and navigation needs, if the vehicle is so equipped. If you choose the navigation option, you’ll receive real-time traffic conditions and map updates. A wireless charging station will keep your smartphones up to full level without the need for messy wires.

Seven Trim Packages Available

When the new 2018 Hyundai Sonata comes to Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale this summer, you’ll have seven different trim packages from which to choose. The SE, SEL, Limited and Sport all come with the 2.4L GDI 4-cylinder engine that is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The Eco model is powered by a 1.6L Turbo GDI with a 7-speed transmission. The Sport 2.0T and Limited 2.0T come with the 2.0L Turbo 4-cylinder that is mated with an 8-speed automatic transmission.