Top 5 Hyundai Models of 2017
Hyundai is known for producing high-quality cars at a low price. Recently, they’ve combined that with a renewed push for quality, making them one of the best car manufacturers you can choose on the market. If you’re considering a Hyundai, these are the best you can get.
2017 Hyundai Elantra
The Elantra is one of Hyundai’s top-selling cars, and this year’s model has an aggressive design, a quieter cabin, and plenty of premium features. It’s available in two trims, the SE and the Limited. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine generates 147 horsepower. The cabin feels surprisingly spacious in the front and rear, which is perfect for anyone who needs room for friends or family.
The quiet cabin is the first thing drivers notice while they’re on the road, even on the freeway. The construction of the thicker front window glass adds some sound absorption that keeps road noise at bay. You can get the Hyundai Elantra SE for $17,985 or upgrade to the Limited for $27,585.
2017 Hyundai Genesis G90
The G90 Sedan is the newest Genesis offering, but it’ll have a familiar feel. It’s redesigned from the G80, but it’s also spinning off from Hyundai as part of a new, stand-alone luxury imprint. It’s equipped with a 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that’s capable of 365-horsepower, or an optional upgrade to a 5.0-liter V8.
Reviews state that it’s incredibly comfortable, but even that feels like an understatement. It comes standard with a 22-way power adjustable driver’s seat, designed by doctors and physical therapists to prevent back pain. The starting MSRP for the Genesis G90 is $70,650.
2017 Hyundai Sonata
While crossover SUVs are a great blend of space and affordability, there are also some great midsize sedans out there, and the Hyundai Sonata is a prime example. Great technology features, a smooth ride, and excellent crash test ratings will keep your family safe, entertained, and enjoying the drive.
The technology on the inside includes a seven-inch standard touch screen that’s large enough to make selecting functions easy even while driving. It also comes with buttons for navigation, phone, radio, and media, rather than placing those functions within the touchscreen menu. As mentioned before, it has top crash test ratings with five out of five stars for government tests. The Sonata SE has a starting MSRP of $21,950, according to Hyundai.
2017 Hyundai Accent
The Hyundai Accent is a smaller vehicle, but it’s built for utility, comfort, and style. It’s incredibly quiet on the road, and even longer commutes don’t feel like a grind. While there’s nothing too flashy about this vehicle, it’s one of the quicker cars in its class, and you’ll appreciate every feature.
Some of the biggest pros are the strong acceleration that makes for easy merging and passing, a comfortable ride and impressively quiet cabin, a spacious interior that feels upscale, and a long warranty that reassures cautious buyers. Finally, the Accent is incredibly cheap with the MSRP of the SE starting at $14,745.
2017 Hyundai Ioniq
The Hyundai Ioniq isn’t on the market just yet, but we already know it’ll be one of the best vehicles from this manufacturer when it comes out this winter. Hyundai created the Ioniq with three options: electric, hybrid, or a plug-in hybrid. It’ll have a 104-horsepower gas engine and a 43-hp electric motor.
The EV will have a 118-hp electric motor with an estimated 155-mile range. Car and Driver states that the Ioniq will allow drivers to recharge 80% of its battery in just 24 minutes. So far, there’s been no report of a starting MSRP.
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