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- Hyundai / Motozuma 100% match savings program announced
- Hyundai Sonata wins 2011 International Car of the Year Award
- Hyundai Evaluating Building a Second Manufacturing Plant in the U.S.
- Sonata vs Optima: 2011 Sibling SlugFest
- Chapman Scottsdale Hyundai presents the Hyundai Veloster Concept
- Chapman Scottsdale: Hyundai Curb Concept is Ready for the “Urban Off-Road”
- 2011 Hyundai Veloster to arrive @ Chapman Hyundai
- Hyundai CEO Confirms Five-Door Accent coming to US ground!
- Hyundai Bluelink Debut CES 2011
- Introducing the 2011 Hyundai Equus
- Welcome to the Chapman Scottsdale Hyundai Blog!
The Hyundai Sonata is J.D. Power and Associates “Most Dependable Midsize Car” of 2013. After over 20 years of improvement, the Hyundai Sonata is safer, faster and more comfortable than ever. The Sonata has kept the features drivers have grown to love and added new ones such as a standard automatic transmission, best-in-class horsepower engine, heated seats, navigation system and sunroof. These features and awards are why Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale is stocking up on 2013 Sonatas. Great deals are available at Chapman for someone looking to buy a Sonata in Phoenix.
The Sonata is the first family sedan to get a 5 star crash rating since the federal government enacted stricter guidelines in 2011. Every Sonata has 6 airbags, anti-lock brakes, traction and stability control, and a one-year subscription to Blue Link with Automatic Collision Notification and SOS Emergency Assist; a rear camera is available on some models. Unbiased institutions such as The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety named the Sonata “2013’s IIHS Top Safety Pick.” The Sonata is in a class-all-itself in terms of safety. Few cars offer the superior combination of safety and performance like the 2013 Sonata.
Besides being the “Most Dependable” car in its class, it’s also the fastest. The 2013 Sonata is equipped with a best-in-class 200 horsepower and a 2.4 liter Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engine. The Sonata’s engine maintains Ultra Low Emission Vehicle standards and some versions meet Partial Zero Emission Vehicle standards. An optional engine upgrade is available in the Sonata 2.OT which boasts a twin-scroll turbo engine that generates 274 horsepower and 34-MPG highway. The standard 2.4 GDI gets 35-MPG highway making it one of the more fuel-efficient cars on the market. Both engines have a 6-speed Shiftronic automatic transmission that increases fuel economy and paddle shifters for manual operation are available on certain models. Visit your local Chapman Scottsdale Hyundai dealer for more information about J.D. Power and Associates “Most Dependable Midsize Car” award winner, the 2013 Hyundai Sonata.
The size and character of your family and the types of activities in which you participate influence what type of vehicle is best for you. You may be able to get by with a small, economical sedan, or you may need the extra space for passengers and cargo that minivans or sport-utility vehicles offer. Maybe you need something practical, but really want something sporty, in which case a sport sedan or a modern wagon would be the best compromise. Whatever your needs, Phoenix Hyundai gives you a greater range of choices now than ever.
Safety, reliability, economy, and personal concerns should be considered when purchasing a family car. In general, parents should focus their search on a vehicle with a roomy and versatile interior, plenty of cargo space, ease of access, and windows that make it easy for kids to look outside. It is also important to plan ahead. Small children may not need a lot of room now, but if you intend to keep a vehicle for a number of years, your family’s space needs will change as your children grow.
Now you can check out the more family-friendly capabilities of your own Hyundai by visiting Hyundai Scottsdale. For a price tag lower than many mid-range sedans, the Hyundai Tucson is a stylish crossover that couples superior protection with time-tested durability and plenty of space to go around. Altogether, the Hyundai Tucson also makes driving the family a pleasant experience and at an affordable Hyundai price.
If you need more room and style, the versatile Hyundai Santa Fe brings the full Hyundai SUV experience home with everything you’d expect, including reliable V6 power, dual automatic climate control, seemingly infinite cargo space, and unprecedented safety features. The Santa Fe can make every day driving or long family trips a bit more enjoyable with iPod integration, one-touch sunroof control, and dashboard navigation.
Give your family the best in safety, comfort, and utility. Stop by Chapman Hyundai today!
Many car owners spend little or no time preparing for a scheduled maintenance visit to the dealership. However, keeping up with your car’s maintenance is as important as visiting the doctor on a regular basis. At Chapman Hyundai, we strive to keep drivers informed about the importance of maintenance in your vehicle. While many people purchase a vehicle and stick with it until its last mile, others eventually intend on selling it. Either way, regular maintenance appointments will expand the longevity of you vehicle.
First off, your car’s service manual is the best way to learn how to maintain your car. It was written by the factory representatives who designed and built the car. For instance, if your car is less than three years old and has fewer than 36,000 miles (or whatever the terms of your warranty are), mechanical problems will be fixed under the bumper-to-bumper warranty for no charge. However, this doesn’t cover wear items like brake pads, and your car will still need routine maintenance, for which you will have to pay. Routine maintenance is most often oil and filter changes, tire rotations and various inspections. After about the length of your warranty, the routine maintenance often becomes more involved and more expensive, especially if routine maintenance is not kept up.
In addition the owner’s manual; car owners usually become aware of the need for routine maintenance at certain mileage intervals. These intervals are typically described in the owner’s manual. Changing your oil every 3,000 miles as recommended by the quick oil change chains and car dealerships is typically more than twice as often as necessary. Some vehicles will even have a reminder display indicating that a service, typically an oil change, is required at a certain mileage point.
Before you go to the dealership, you should check for recalls that have been issued for your car. However, most service advisors, like those at a Hyundai service center, will be sure to check and fix any recalls that may be on your vehicle for you. Furthermore, the service advisor may offer service packages that include an oil change and other repairs or changes at a discount. Often, there really is a savings here. But make sure the package covers only the items in your car’s manual and not costly and unnecessary service items. It’s not uncommon for a service advisor to provide a discount or coupon for service. This can knock the price down a lot.
For more information on regular maintenance or vehicle recalls, visit Hyundai Scottsdale.
The 2013 Hyundai Equus is back and better than ever. Designed to be more superior to its previous model, the updated version features several options, both recurring and fresh, that contribute to its status as a luxury automobile.
The Equus is powered by a Gasoline Direct Injection 429-horsepower V8 engine. The rear-wheel-drive layout gives Equus the groundwork to perform less like a luxury car and more like a high-performance sports car, delivering a smooth ride along the way. Other features include a forward-view cornering camera creating a simple solution to parking anywhere.
The interior also includes standard deluxe features such as heated seats and steering wheel, an integrated memory system for driver seat, exterior mirrors and steering wheel settings. Also included is an 8-inch display screen for the Driver Information System and navigation interface. The large, easy-to-read screen makes navigation easy with full map functions and a simple, wide-ranging interface. NavTraffic keeps you apprised of congestion along your planned route while you are driving. To check out these cool features, visit Hyundai Scottsdale.
As far as safety, Hyundai has always set high standards for themselves, and with the 2013 Equus, Hyundai is taking this necessity to the next level. The quality vehicle includes a standard 9 airbags, Traction Control System, 4 wheel Anti-lock braking system. It also includes Electronic Stability Control which makes sure all active and passive safety features are working correctly. Furthermore, Hyundai is setting the bar high with its Lane Departure warning system that alerts drivers of unintended lane changes. Smart Cruise Control is another exciting new experience. This feature Operates as normal cruise control when no other vehicles are near. Once the driver sets a following distance, radar detects and judges the distance and speed of vehicles in front of you, and accelerates or brakes to help maintain a distance selected by the driver. For more information about Hyundai’s latest safety features, visit Chapman Scottsdale Hyundai.
If you have questions or would like to test drive the all new Hyundai Equus, visit your Phoenix Hyundai Dealer.
Buying a new car can be stressful and negotiating with cars salesman can be intimidating, but knowing your stuff can make your car buying experience much smoother. Here are a few tips to keep in mind before heading to the Scottsdale Hyundai dealership:
The first and most important step when beginning your car-buying process is doing your research. Websites like kbb.com and Edmunds.com are great resources to tell you everything you need to know about your future car. These websites give you access to expert and consumer ratings and reviews, pictures and comparisons with other cars in the same class. Perhaps the most valuable information these websites provide is the Fair Purchase Price or True Market Value®. These prices tell you what other people are paying, right now, for the car you are looking at. It is a good idea to know this price, along with the MSRP and Invoice, before heading to the dealership. It will give you more negotiating power and hopefully help you get the best deal possible.
A car may look great on paper, but a test-drive is necessary to determine if it is the perfect car for you. During your test-drive, make sure to eliminate any distractions, such as the radio, so that you can focus on how the car drives and feels. Take the car on your local roads, over speed bumps, around corners and on the freeway. This will give you a sense of how the car drives under different conditions that you will encounter on a daily basis Also make sure to check the breaks, air-conditioning, cruise control, radio and any other features to makes sure they are to your liking. If something doesn’t feel right, check it out. Remember, this will probably be your ride for years to come, and you want to avoid future trips to the Hyundai Service center.
3. Consider other cars in the same class
It is a good idea to drive other cars in the same class as your dream car so you can make comparisons. You may be surprised that a car you weren’t looking at before fits your needs better than the one you have in mind. If you are considering a Nissan Altima, for example, you could check out a Hyundai Sonata to determine which car is best for you. This could also help you rule out an entire class altogether. If you don’t like any of the midsize sedans you test-drive, that could be an indicator that you should check out a different class of cars instead.
4. Take your time
Buying a new vehicle is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. The car buying process can be stressful, but rushing to make a decision could cause you to make the wrong choice. Once you have taken time to do research, test-drive and consider multiple cars, you will be ready to start the negotiating process. Remember, sometimes to get the price you want you have to walk away. If a salesman won’t budge on a price, sleep on it and make sure you are truly willing to pay what they are asking before you rush into buying the car.
Keeping these tips in mind will lead to a smooth and successful car buying experience when you visit Chapman Hyundai Scottsdale.