The Hyundai Motor Company  was founded in 1967.  With annual sales of more than 4 million vehicles, Hyundai ranks in the top 10 largest automakers in the world.  In the beginning, the company was known for simple, basic cars; now, Hyundai models regularly receive awards for quality.  Hyundai  currently sells 13 models.

Accent

This five-door model was designed with practicality in mind.  There is 21.2 cubic feet of cargo space; this increases to 47.5 cubic feet with the rear seats folded.  The 137 horsepower engine delivers enough power to merge comfortably into freeway traffic while still delivering 38 MPG, the best highway fuel economy in its class.

 

Azera

Innovative features like blind spot detection and a hands-free smart trunk set theAzera apart from the competition.  With 293 horsepower, you need not choose between driving excitement and comfort; you can have both.  Fuel economy is acceptable at 29 mpg highway, not bad for a car this size.

 

Elantra

The Elantra is a bold, eye-catching design.  This model offers 14.8 cubic feet of cargo space, good for a compact sedan.  Safety features like Vehicle Stability Management and six airbags come standard.  The four-cylinder engine delivers 145 horsepower and 38 MPG.

 

Elantra GT

If you want the style of the Elantra, but more impressive performance, the 173 horsepower GT model could be for you.  This special edition includes ventilated front seats and a panoramic sunroof; no other car in this class offers these exclusive options.  33 MPG gives you time for plenty of fun between fill ups.

 

Equus

This is the flagship model of the Hyundai brand.  Hyundai has combined luxury with phenomenal 429 horsepower in a one-of-a-kind vehicle that makes a statement whether it is moving or standing still.  The interior is trimmed in leather and other high-end materials while the exterior has a sleek, muscular appearance that matches its performance.  The experience of owning this vehicle includes complimentary maintenance and vehicle service.

 

Genesis

The Genesis rivals European vehicles like the BMW 5 series and the Mercedes-Benz E class at a much more reasonable price.  It has more interior volume than any other car in its class.  The eight speed automatic transmission delivers 311 horsepower giving you the power to handle any driving situation.

 

Genesis Coupe

With 348 horsepower, the coupe version of the Genesis offers significantly more power than the sedan.  The substantial horsepower and torque of the standard V6 give you high-performance at a very reasonable price.  The Genesis Coupe gives you more performance, a better interior and more standard features than the competition.

 

Santa Fe

As a rule, midsize SUVs are not terribly exciting.  With Santa Fe, Hyundai breaks this trend, at least partially.  The turbocharged four-cylinder engine gives you 190 horsepower and a very good 27 MPG.  If you need to transport a family, friends or cargo with an affordable vehicle, the Santa Fe is a good choice.

 

Santa Fe Sport

The Sport edition of this model gives you 100 horsepower more than the base model while still delivering 25 MPG on the highway.  You can have this horsepower without compromising on space for your passengers or your cargo.  The Santa Fe sport is ready for adventure whenever you are.

 

Sonata

The Sonata gives you a quiet ride and quality interior that ranks near the top of its class according to critics.  The long-term ownership costs are very reasonable making this a great car for the money.  The 185 horsepower will not win many races, but the 35 MPG is very good.

 

Sonata Hybrid

Gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles are becoming more popular in every segment.  If you are looking for a hybrid that will not break the bank, this Sonata Hybrid is a good choice.  The horsepower is solid at 193, but the fuel economy is quite impressive at 44 MPG.  The Sonata proves that even a hybrid can be roomy and comfortable.

 

Tucson

Compact SUVs offer the cargo space and versatility of an SUV with the ride, comfort and fuel economy of a car.  This vehicle fills both of these roles well.  The 2015 Tucson was highly ranked by J.D. Power in their 2015 Initial Quality Study.  This vehicle is a good choice for long-term reliability.

 

Veloster

The Hyundai Veloster was made for excitement.  The rally-inspired performance make this an engaging and fun car to drive.  On longer drives, you and your friends will appreciate features like SiriusXM Satellite Radio.  The 132 horsepower may not seem like much, but the 35 MPG fuel economy is a great benefit.  You can pick up base model for under $20,000; this is a great choice for someone who is young or young at heart.