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You’ll have your choice of another electrified vehicle in the Hyundai lineup when the automaker releases the 2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid to dealers nationwide. It joins the traditional Ioniq Hybrid as two compelling reasons to give Hyundai a try when you consider lowering your carbon footprint as well as saving a ton of money on fuel costs. These two Ioniq models are preludes to the much-anticipated Hyundai Electric Vehicle (EV), which will also be coming soon. Check out the new plug-in model later this year with a test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Plenty of Range, Phenomenal Mileage

Since the average commute is about 20 miles, most people could drive the new Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid for a long time without ever stopping at a gas station. Charge the plug-in model up and you get 29 miles of all-electric range, depending of course, on how you drive. In all EV mode, the model scores 119 MPGe. If you never plug it in at all and depend solely on the hybrid electric motor supplemented by a gas engine, this model rated 52 mpg by the Environmental Protection Association. The Ioniq uses a powerful 8.9 kWh lithium-ion poly battery combined with a 1.6-liter Atkinson engine to create a remarkably efficient means of transportation. The gas engine kicks in when you request more power or run out of electric charge.

Cutting Weight Increases Efficiency

For the 2018 model year, Hyundai cut weight in the Ioniq by using aluminum in the tailgate and hood and eliminating the auxiliary 12V battery found in competitors’ hybrids. The result of all the weight loss increased efficiency and didn’t compromise the comfort or fun-to-drive characteristics of the Ioniq. With a rear multi-link suspension system and dual lower-control arms, the Ioniq has an excellent ride quality and great handling. The steering system provides a responsive feel, and the regenerative braking system not only charges the battery, but is also adjustable to your preference and driving conditions.

Beautiful Design Provides Advanced Aerodynamics

You’lll be slicing through the wind in your new Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid, thanks to the sleek lines and carefully designed contours that direct the wind around the exterior like a hot knife cutting through butter. A rear spoiler, side sill moldings and front wheel air curtains all add to the efficiency of this remarkable vehicle. Be the first in line to take a test drive by staying in touch with Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Voice recognition software often lies somewhere between the most remarkable thing ever invented and the bane of human existence. If you’ve ever used a voice command to successfully change the music or connect with a friend, you know how easy it can be. Conversely, if you’ve tried to call a restaurant with a foreign-sounding name, the result can be both hilarious and frustrating. Hyundai is taking a big step toward refining voice recognition to the point needed for future transportation by rolling out the “Intelligent Personal Agent” as early as 2018. Co-developed with SoundHound, a Silicon Valley innovator, Intelligent Personal Agent will let drivers use voice commands for many different operations, including those required for self-driving cars. You will see the result of this innovation as early as next fall when the 2019 Hyundai models start arriving at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Control Everything With Sound of Your Voice

Along with the traditional uses of voice recognition, such as texting, phone calls and changing music, the new software promises to let you control important vehicle functions including temperature control, door locks and the sunroof. You can also gather various vehicle data and control electronic items at home. “Sophisticated voice recognition and AI integration are core to effectively providing drivers with the massive content and data that future connected vehicles have to offer,” according to Hyundai executive Paul Choo. “These elements play a key role in delivering connected car-generated information.

Multiple Command Ability Sets Agent Apart

Hyundai’s Intelligent Personal Agent will have a multi-command function that sets it apart from other voice recognition systems. This function will allow you to give a command such as “turn the temperature in the car to 70 degrees and turn on all the lights at home.” Recognizing two separate commands in a single sentence is a huge step ahead of what’s currently technologically viable. “We spent a decade developing Houndify, the most advanced voice AI platform, to enable partners the ability to create customized experiences for the projects,” said SoundHound CEO Keyvan Mohajer. “We are thrilled to work with Hyundai Motor to revolutionize the in-car experience.”

Debuts at CES in January

Hyundai will debut the Intelligent Personal Agent at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, utilizing a text cockpit that is activated by the voice command “Hi Hyundai.” Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles will be the first recipients of the new technology, followed by other models later in the year. Stay in touch with Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road for further developments on the future of voice recognition software and how it relates to your transportation needs.

While the possibility of a white Christmas in the Phoenix area is about the same as winning the lottery, there’s a relatively easy way for you to have a green Christmas. Swing by Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road and take a test drive in the new Hyundai Ioniq hybrid. With a combined rating of 58 mpg for both city and highway driving and range of up to 690 miles, the Ioniq is the perfect way for you to say Happy Holidays while professing your love for the planet.

The Hybrid Built for Modern Drivers

With an aerodynamic, sporty design, a hatchback that carries a phenomenal amount of stuff and performance that will surprise you, the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid is the vehicle built for modern driving needs. The Ioniq takes hybrid driving to a new level, with safety features, creature comforts and desirable amenities lacking in the competition. When equipped with the optional Automatic Emergency Braking and HID headlights, the Ioniq hybrid earned the Top Safety Pick + rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Other available safety features include blind spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert and lane departure warning, all designed to help you and your passengers arrive at your destination safely.

Works Well with Your Smartphone

The Hyundai Ioniq’s infotainment system uses a touchscreen to control some limited smartphone apps. The Ioniq incorporates Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to work with virtually any smartphone, allowing you to get entertainment and information via an easy-to-use interface. Use the power of touch or voice recognition to access navigation, mail, texts and calls without taking your eyes off the road. The Ioniq also offers a wireless charging station to bring your phone up to optimal power levels. No need to fuss with plugs or have unsightly cords dangling about, just set your phone on the pad and let it charge away.

A World Full of Features

On those cold mornings, the Hyundai Ioniq offers seat warmers to help take the chill off the ride to work. Approach the Ioniq with your proximity key in your pocket, unlock the doors and slide behind the wheel. Just push a button to fire up the electric motor and take off. There’s no more waiting to let the engine get warm. If you share your Ioniq with others, an available integrated memory system lets you position yourself perfectly every time with just the touch of a button. That feature also slides the seat back when the engine stops, making your exit and entrance easy. See all the benefits of owning the affordable Hyundai Ioniq when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road. Holiday savings are happening now, so don’t delay.

With a starting price below $15,000, the 2018 Hyundai Accent provides the interior room, standard features and modern styling that today’s drivers are looking for in a sedan. The base model SE comes with a 5-inch color touchscreen infotainment system, Bluetooth connectivity and steering wheel-mounted audio controls at a price that will fit almost any budget. You can inspect and test drive the entire Accent lineup when you take a trip to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Midsize Room in Compact Vehicle

When you test drive your new Hyundai Accent, take some time and sit in the back seat and notice how much leg and head room you have compared to other compact models. Hyundai’s attention to creating a “class above” interior setting makes the Accent feel more like a midsize sedan than a compact. Attention to detail in the areas of noise isolation and better driving dynamics are other reasons the Accent has become one of the most popular vehicles in America for people on a budget.

Choose from Three Trim Levels

The Accent offers three different trim levels, with even the most expensive model still starting below $19,000. The base SE comes with a six-speed manual transmission, but the efficient 6-speed automatic SHIFTRONIC transmission is only $1,000 more. Along with the previously-mentioned standard features, the SE includes USB input jacks, cruise control, power windows, power door locks and remote keyless entry at no extra charge. The SEL model increases the size of the touchscreen infotainment system to 7 inches and includes the option for SiriusXM satellite radio. It also adds automatic headlamps, heated body color mirrors, a tilting and telescoping steering wheel and a large center console storage box with a sliding armrest. Step up to the Limited and you get the best that Hyundai has to offer in the Accent lineup. This includes LED running lights and tail lights, fog lights, heated front seats, a hands-free smart trunk and a power sunroof. The Limited model also introduces you to the Hyundai driver assistance safety features, including Forward Collision Avoidance at no extra charge. This radar-driven unit warns you of an impending frontal collision and applies the brakes should you fail to act.

Hyundai Assurance Gives Peace of Mind

Even though the Accent is on the lower end of the price scale, you still receive the Hyundai Assurance package that delivers peace of mind while you’re on the road. The bumper-to-bumper warranty covers a full 5 years and 60,000 miles, while the powertrain is covered for 10 years and 10,000 miles. Roadside assistance is covered for 5 years and you can always get a free multi-point inspection from Hyundai factory-certified technicians. See why Hyundai is quickly becoming one of the most popular automakers in the world when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.


If you really want to wow that special someone this holiday season, imagine the look on their face when they see a shiny new Hyundai with a big red bow in your driveway. The Hyundai Black Friday sales event is going on now at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road, offering great discounts and low monthly payments on some of the most popular vehicles in the Hyundai lineup. Get there before November 30 to get the best price on a 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, 2017 Tucson, 2018 Elantra or 2018 Sonata.

Sporty Elantra the Affordable Sedan

If you’re looking for a vehicle filled with modern technology and a sporty design that’s as attractive standing still as it is racing around corners, you really need to consider the Hyundai Elantra. With an efficient yet peppy engine that delivers 38 mpg on the highway while still providing enough power for a fun drive, the Elantra is an affordable option for people who need reliable transportation. Even the base model comes with safety features such as electronic stability control, traction control and daytime running lights. You’ll also enjoy steering wheel-mounted audio controls and Bluetooth streaming of your favorite songs from your smart phone. The 2018 Elantra comes with up to $3,500 in cash discounts during the Black Friday event, or lease payments as low as $179 a month to qualified lessees.

Redesigned Sonata the Sophisticated Sedan

If you need a touch more space to spread out and a dynamic look that was redesigned for this year, consider the Hyundai Sonata. With up to $2,000 in discounts, a lease payment of just $209 a month to qualified lessee, or 0 percent interest rate for up to 72 months, this is the perfect time to get into a vehicle that includes a killer infotainment system with Bluetooth technology, power windows and locks, air conditioning and the best warranty in the auto industry.

Santa Fe Sport the Cool SUV

You need to check in quickly with the pros at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road to see how much remaining stock there is from the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport SUV. This mid-size SUV is perfect as a daily commuter or to take the family on a weekend adventure in the mountains. With cash savings up to $3,750 and lease payments as low as $249 a month to qualified lessees, there will never be a better time to own one of the best-reviewed and most appreciated SUVs in the auto industry.

Tucson Perfect for Urban Driving

Just a tad smaller than the Santa Fe Sport, the Hyundai Tucson is the compact SUV that is perfect for singles, couples or small families who need to zip through city traffic and occasionally make a trip to the big box store. You can save up to $2,500 on any Tucson’s left from the 2017 model year through the end of the Black Friday sales event. Hyundai also offers 0 percent financing for qualified buyers and a lease payment of just $199 a month for those who are credit worthy.

The tragedy of leaving a child in a locked car only to succumb from heatstroke is something a family can never overcome. Hyundai is doing something to help make sure that never happens in one of its vehicles with the introduction of the rear occupant alert system. The system utilizes an ultrasonic sensor to detect movement in the rear seat. It then reminds the driver that someone is in the rear with a dash indicator. If the child is still in the vehicle when the driver exits, the system takes greater measures to honk the horn, turn the lights on and off and send a message to the driver’s smartphone using the Hyundai Blue Link telemetry system. All the Hyundai vehicles on the lot at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road will have this technology starting with the 2019 model year.

Child Heatstroke a National Tragedy

So far in 2017, 38 children in the Unites States have died from heatstroke as the result of being locked in a vehicle. Since 1994, more than 800 children have met a similar fate. It only takes minutes, especially in the Arizona desert, before the inside of a vehicle can become too hot to sustain life, particularly a child’s life. “The rear occupant alert is just another example of how we do things better at Hyundai,” according to Hyundai digital planning executive Mike O’Brien. “This system is a first step in preventing tragedies. We understand only a brief lapse in judgment and inattention can have terrible consequences.”

Hyundai Blue Link has many Uses

The warning from the rear occupant alert system is just one of the uses of the Hyundai Blue Link system. When paired with your smart phone, you can remotely do things such as start your car, get a vehicle diagnosis, lock and unlock your doors and find your vehicle in a crowded parking lot. With the My Hyundai with Blue Link App, your daily transportation life will become much easier. “Bundling all these great services into one app simplifies and enhances the ownership experience for our customers,” said Hyundai digital director Barry Ratzlaff. “The ‘there is an app for that’ movement has caused a lot of clutter on cellphones and we hope our approach keeps that clutter down to a minimum. Hyundai also recently announced that the Amazon Alexa will also be available on some vehicles through the Blue Link service. It’s just another example of cutting edge technology that keeps Hyundai on the forefront of the modern mobility movement. Check out all the great technology when you take a test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Hyundai will be read to rock the Specialty Equipment Manufacturing Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas later this month with the Rockstar Energy Moab Extreme Off-roader Santa Fe Sport Concept vehicle. Teaming up with Rockstar Energy drink, Hyundai has created a one-off monster for off-road driving with 35-inch Mickey Thompson Tires, oversized brakes and a King coil-over suspension system that’s able to absorb some wicked bumps. “The Rockstar Energy Moab Extreme Concept was specifically designed to withstand the extraordinary demands of Moab off-road terrain,” according to Rockstar’s marketing director, Nic Ashby. “Leveraging the outstanding Santa Fe Sport platform and powertrain, we definitely pushed its capabilities to new limits to conquer the pinnacle of challenges at Moab.” You can’t buy the Rockstar version of the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, but you can see and test drive the popular SUV when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Santa Fe Sport Makes Great Platform for Concept

The tough and roomy Santa Fe Sport makes a great platform on which to build a concept vehicle. The affordable SUV starts at just $22,200 and comes with a peppy 185 horsepower engine that delivers up to 27 mpg on the highway. Choose the Sport 2.0T or 2.0T Ultimate models and you get a 2.0L turbocharged engine that provides even more horsepower and greater fuel efficiency. Even the base model comes with standard 17-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights and a beautiful chrome grille. Move to the Sport 2.0T and you get leather seats, larger wheels and some key driver assistance safety features such as blind spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert and lane change assist. The 2.0T Ultimate has that name for a reason as it delivers a panoramic sunroof, 19-inch wheels and High Intensity Discharge headlamps.

Plenty of Technology for Modern Driver

Modern drivers demand technology, whether that’s in the form of communication or performance, and the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport delivers in spades. Choose the affordable value package for the Sport and you’ll get heated dual power mirrors, push button start and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that works both with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to let you use a limited number of smartphone apps. A power driver’s seat, heated front seats and fog lights are also part of the package. The Tech Package for the 2.0T Ultimate delivers the most technology available, including dynamic bending light that turns your headlights around corners to illuminate your way, along with a number of driver assistance features that alert you to possible danger. See the entire lineup of Hyundai Santa Fe Sport models and take a test drive when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

When it comes to technology, it can sometimes be overwhelming with new cars. Some vehicles seem to require a master’s degree in engineering just to set the clock radio, while others can make new technology very user friendly. Hyundai falls into the latter category judging by the results of a recent J.D. Power survey regarding the 2017 Hyundai Elantra. The Elantra rated highest in the overall owner experience with technology out of all vehicles in the compact category. The Hyundai was the top choice across the board in smartphone mirroring, connectivity and entertainment, also getting great results in the fields of driver assistance features and collision avoidance. “How we interact with vehicle technology continues to be a key consideration when buying a car across all vehicle categories,” according to Hyundai’s director of digital planning, Manish Mehrotra. “Our focus on creating a better owner and driver experience is evident in the Elantra, from safety features like Lane Departure Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking to advanced infotainment items like compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.” See all the new technology on the affordable Elantra in action when you visit Chapman Hyundai.

Advanced Safety Technology Helps Avoid Collision

Along with the fun stuff that makes your everyday drive more pleasant, the Hyundai Elantra offers a full suite of advanced safety technology that helps you arrive at your intended destination without incident. Blind spot detection and rear cross traffic alert give you a warning when vehicles or other obstacles are coming at you from the rear. Lane change assist alerts you to objects in your path when you’re about to move from one lane to another, while automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection senses when someone might be about to walk in front of your new Elantra. That feature not only warns you, but will apply the brakes if you fail to act. A driver’s knee airbag along with six other strategically-placed airbags help protect you and your passengers from injury should a collision occur.

Elantra Offers Six Different Models

There’s a different model for every price point and desire when it comes to the Hyundai Elantra. The base SE starts at just $16,950 and includes Bluetooth connectivity and cruise control. The SEL includes those features and adds a 7-inch color display infotainment system, blind spot detection and a rear-view camera. For the most features at the least money, consider the new Value Edition. Still priced at less than $20,000, this model adds a power sunroof to the amenities. The Eco model is the most efficient, delivering up to 40 mpg on the highway, while the Sport has the most power, offering a peppy 201-horse engine. It includes sporty front leather bucket seats and a multi-link independent rear suspension. See all the models and take a test drive today when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

When the 2018 Genesis G70 arrives on the showroom floor at Chapman Genesis in early 2018, buyers will find a lightweight luxury vehicle poised to break the dominance of BMW on the compact luxury sedan market. Motor Trend quotes the design director for Genesis saying that proportion is the key to their new luxury vehicle. “There are a lot of derivatives of the four-door coupe,” Luc Donckerwolke said. “We wanted a dynamic three-box design. The most important thing is proportion. We wanted a long dash-to-axle ratio.”

No Wood to be Found

For luxury vehicle drivers who have become enamored with interior wood trim, the Genesis may be found lacking. There will be no wood on the interior, but instead a high-tech look using brushed metal and liquid metal accents. Quilted leather will provide a plush sophistication on the door panels, while the seats will be thick and amply bolstered. An impressively sculpted steering wheel is the center of attention in the cockpit, with controls for audio and cruise within a finger’s reach. At the center of the dash sits a large touchscreen to control the communication and entertainment, with toggle switches resting below to provide a classic touch. The sleek shifter knob on the center console controls the 8-speed automatic transmission. A control knob sits right behind that to change driver modes, including Smart, Normal, Custom, Eco and Sport. Changing the dial will adjust the steering feel, throttle and shift points to provide the ultimate driving experience.

Choose from Two Engines

Although details aren’t finalized yet, it appears Hyundai will offer a choice of two engines on the 2018 G70. The standard will be a turbo 2.0L four cylinder that delivers 252 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. Hyundai will also offer an optional V6 that measures 3.3L and produces 365 horses and 376 pound-feet of torque. The G70 will offer either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive with a limited slip rear differential. Car and Driver magazine editors lauded the V6 version, saying “it was here that the G70 really came alive…this engine sounds pleasingly aggressive and effortlessly delivers its power in a predictable wave.”

Not Just a More Expensive Hyundai

When Hyundai launched the Genesis line, it was a bit confusing, as the company already had a vehicle called Genesis. As dealerships like Chapman Genesis deal strictly with the luxury car lineup, customers are getting more attuned to the fact that Genesis is a luxury brand to Hyundai, much like Acura is to Honda. “The G70 shows that Genesis is a real brand,” according to the chief of the Genesis brand, Manfred Fitzgerald. “It shows there is much, much more to this brand.”

With a starting price less than $17,000, the stylish Hyundai Elantra sedan delivers a fun-to-drive vehicle that won’t break the bank. Even the base SE trim level comes with Bluetooth connectivity so you can make hands-free phone calls and stream your music and podcasts. At 38 mpg on the highway, the Elantra offers excellent gas mileage without sacrificing performance. A peppy 2.0L 4-cylinder engine delivers plenty of power for merging on to freeways or making weekend mountain runs. View the entire Elantra inventory and take a couple of test drives to compare models when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

SEL Steps up the Game

If you want a few more standard features for not a lot more money, the SEL trim package begins at $18,850 and offers all the features of the SE plus a 7-inch audio display that includes HD radio and Sirius XM satellite capability. It works with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to utilize some of your phone’s basic apps. Blind spot detection and a rearview camera help you avoid collisions. As with all the Elantra models, the SEL offers the industry’s best warranty at 5 years and 60,000 miles. The Value Edition adds a power sunroof to the equation, while the Eco model boosts the gas efficiency to 40 mpg on the highway by including a 1.4L turbocharged engine.

Sport Offers Driving Dynamics

For a bit more fun behind the wheel while staying in the affordable ballpark, choose the Hyundai Elantra Sport. The Sport has a 201-horsepower engine and specially tuned suspension to not only offer more speed, but better handling. Sport front seats with leather surfaces add to the amenities, as do 18-inch alloy wheels with special tires. With a starting price of just $22,100, the Limited model is the top of the Elantra line. It includes a power sunroof, HID headlights that lead the way around corners, heated leather front seats and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Choose Ultimate Package for Best Elantra Offers

If you really want to treat yourself, check with the pros at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road for an Elantra that includes the Ultimate Package. Navigation, an Infinity Premium audio system, automatic emergency braking, smart cruise control, a large color instrument display, heated rear seats and other features give you premium sedan luxury at a small fraction of one of those big-name prices. With a number of safety features designed to get you and your riders home safely, an aerodynamic design and plenty of creature comforts, the Hyundai Elantra deserves a look before you make your next new car decision.