Long ago known for its "cheap" cars, it's no secret that Hyundai has gone through a complete image overhaul, attracting new customers right and left with its sharply designed and reasonably priced cars. But almost as important as winning new followers is retaining current ones, and Hyundai's got that covered too.
In a recent second quarter market analysis by Kelley Blue Book, Hyundai was found to be number one in brand loyalty, edging out...
Fourth of July weekend prompted an additional reason to celebrate aside from the nation's birthday - It also marked the milestone of Hyundai selling its 100,000th vehicle achieving 40 miles per gallon highway fuel economy. Hyundai outsold all other automakers' 40 mpg offerings this year, with 29% of its sales volume falling in this 40 mpg category, a number that skyrocketed to 40% in the month of June.
Hyundai's "4x40" strategy includes four models that reach 40 mpg standard this year, including . . .
South Korean automaker, Hyundai, has been on a quiet and unassuming path of success of late, unfazed by bigtime competitors like Ford and Honda. Though, it's starting to be apparent that the competitors should be fazed by Hyundai.
For starters, Hyundai has seen great success across the spectrum with quality vehicles ranging from small cars to luxury sedans, and we're seeing new releases from both ends this year. The 2012 Accent is a . . .
It's no understatement to say that the auto industry has been through some dark times in the past few years. Along with the recession over the economy as a whole, automakers experienced particularly dismal events like government bailouts, bankruptcies, 30-year-low sales figures, spiking gas prices, and the loss of one in four jobs. However, recent reports show that things are finally looking up for the auto industry.
For starters, hiring within the auto industry . . .
The 2012 model year is barely upon us, but sights are already set ahead for the brand new 2013 Chevrolet Malibu. The Malibu has been part of the GM line since the 1960's, and Chevy is pulling out all the stops for its eight generation model, slated to go on sale in Spring 2012.
The new Malibu is a complete redesign, based on the European-derived Epsilon II platform shared with the . . .