Are Hyundai vehicles reliable? Farrah Haines of Kansas has
your answer; in just 5 years, Haines, a delivery driver stationed in Kansas, stunningly
put 1 million miles on the odometer of her original ’13 Hyundai
Elantra. To put that dumbfounding number in perspective: driving an average of
14,000 miles annually, your typical American driver would rack up 1,000,000
miles in…71 years and change. Farrah, you’re a certified legend in our book.
That sentiment also extends to the Elantra she’s driving.
Putting a million miles on any car is an astounding feat, but doing it on an
original powertrain — well, that sends Hyundai to the ranks of “next-level
legendary.” So, being one of the most reliable auto brands in America, Hyundai
is well-deserving of all the internet salutes and reimagined The
Proclaimers song lyrics you can muster.
I would drive 500,000 miles
And I would drive 500,000 more
Just to be the car who drives a million miles
To deliver boxes, door-to-door
But how did the Hyundai
Elantra do it? The answer may surprise you (probably not – it’s TLC
Something special is arriving at our Birmingham Hyundai dealership
later this summer: the all-new Palisade SUV. We briefly touched on its
bravado last month, and now we’re back for round two to discuss all the
Palisade’s packaged goodies – and why it may be the “next big thing” in a heavily
saturated SUV segment. The 2020 Hyundai Palisade, ladies and gentlemen…
Have you overheard the chatter
around the water cooler? Word has it that Hyundai is on the verge of releasing
some really cool stuff in the coming year or two. Nostradamus we are not, but
when Hyundai gossip starts spreading, we can’t help but foresee the possible
future—and it’s looking splendid. Here’s what the rumor mill’s been spinning.
2020 Palisade, Party of Eight!
It’s no surprise that Hyundai has begun investing heavily in
its SUV lineup, and the upcoming 2020 Palisade is proof to that rumor’s
pudding. Debuting officially
at the LA Auto Show last month, the Hyundai Palisade will be its 3-row,
8-seat, family-oriented flagship SUV. That means all the Sierras and Pilots of
the world should prepare for an SUV-versus-minivan battle once it lands at our Birmingham
Buying a new car as a recent grad is a real big deal, even if you don’t think so. It’s your first step toward adulthood, after all! Whether you’ve landed a job straight out of UAB or are still on the hunt for a salaried position, it’s important to have a reliable form of transportation for the journey ahead. (Can you imagine failing to show up for an interview because your car won’t start?)
As you prepare to join the work-sleep cycle, take our advice and remember these 5 tips when buying your first new Hyundai or used car.