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Tucson Sales Continue to Set Records

Continued strong sales of the Hyundai Tucson compact SUV bode well for the automaker as it heads into the strong summer buying season. “In May, we continued our positive retail sales momentum on the core products in our lineup –Sonata, Elantra, Tucson and Santa Fe–which all saw increases compared to last year,” according to Hyundai VP of national sales, Derrick Hatami. The Tucson had the strongest showing of all, with sales up 44 percent from the previous year. The 10,600 vehicles sold was a record month for the Tucson. Come see why the new Tucson is so popular by taking a test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Tucson Received Major Upgrades for 2017

One of the reasons for the increase in sales is Hyundai’s commitment to improving the Tucson, adding premium audio and connectivity along with interior detail and the use of upgraded materials. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both available on the Limited trim package, while improved rear air conditioning vents make sitting in the back much more comfortable on the Eco and Sport models. Upgraded door panels and stain-resistant fabric also add to the desirability of the new Tucson.

Hyundai Offers New Powertrains

The 2017 Hyundai Tucson comes with a choice of powertrains that deliver both performance and efficiency. Choose a base model and you’ll get the 2.0L fuel-injected Nu engine that delivers 164 horsepower. When teamed up with a six-speed SHIFTRONIC transmission it delivers 30 mpg on the highway and 26 mpg in combined driving. Choose the upgraded Eco, Sport or Limited Tucson and you’ll get a 1.6L turbocharged engine that delivers 175 horses and almost 200 pound-feet of torque. The Eco model gets an outstanding 32 mpg on the highway, while the Sport and Limited trim packages are rated at 30 mpg on the open road.

Special Attention to Sound Deadening

The Hyundai engineers sharpened their pencils and put a lot of thought to eliminating road noise in the 2017 Tucson. Some of the sound deadening measures include larger engine mounts to reduce vibrations, a bushing mount design on the rear cross members, increased sound insulation on inner fenders, instrument panel, transmission tunnel and the underbody and increased usage of structural adhesive to serve as a buffer against road noise.

Attractive Design Turns Heads

The 2017 Hyundai Tucson has an attractive elongated design that is not only sporty, but allows for more interior room. The sporty design is accentuated by sculpted sides and forward sloping wheel arches. See the beauty and experience the joy of driving a new Tucson when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Ioniq Hybrid Ready for Your Test Drive

The much-anticipated Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid is ready for your test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road. The all-new addition to the Hyundai product line is expected to answer the call of consumers clamoring for more efficient vehicle choices. “Ioniq will attract an entirely new group of eco- and efficiency-oriented buyers in the U.S. market,” according to Hyundai VP Mike O’Brien. “With outstanding powertrain flexibility, design, connectivity, and advanced technologies, Ioniq meets the needs of a large and growing group of buyers needing a highly efficient, enjoyable to drive, low-emissions vehicle without compromise to their daily lifestyles.”

Hybrid One of Three Powertrain Choices

The Hybrid is the first of three Ioniq powertrain choices to arrive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road. The all-electric Ioniq is coming soon, and a plug-in hybrid will be available later this year. Both the hybrid and plug-in hybrid utilize an all-new Kappa 1.6L engine that is tailored to the hybrid application. They each come with a speedy-shifting double-clutch six-speed transmission that provides the ultimate in power and efficiency. The hybrid model delivers an outstanding 58 mpg in combined city and highway driving, according to estimates from the EPA.

Quality Ride Without Compromise

Whether you choose the hybrid, plug-in hybrid or all-electric Ioniq, you can be assured of a comfortable ride with little road noise and excellent performance. The suspension is tuned to deliver a smooth ride with responsive handling, while a healthy dose of insulation in the instrument panel blocks any engine noise, Additional damping in the floor panels along with enhanced insulation in the pillars and thicker window glass all combine to keep outside noise where it belongs – outside.

Interior Clutter Free and Efficient

Step into the cabin of any of the Ioniq models and you’ll find a clutter-free environment made of smooth, elegant materials. The logical placement of controls makes operating the Ioniq intuitive. Features like an electronic drive selector means there is additional room inside the cabin, allowing passengers to stretch out and feel comfortable. The state-of-the-art Ioniq infotainment system is operated by a high-definition 7-inch TFT information cluster. Along with music and communication, it also displays all important vehicle information, such as speed, drive mode and fuel level. Switch into Sport mode and the display transforms into a dual speedometer and tachometer, allowing you to see the results as you put the Ioniq through its paces. Stop by Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road today and take the new Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid for a test-drive.

Hyundai Assurance Makes Car Care Carefree

There are lots of great things about buying a Hyundai, but one of the best is the way dealerships such as Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road make your regular maintenance and service a hassle-free experience. Sure, you could go to Bob’s Lube and Ribs for your oil changes and a semi-decent lunch, but by developing a relationship with Chapman’s trained and extremely friendly service advisors, you’ll be privy to the information you need to keep your Hyundai running well past the hundred thousand mile mark.

Car Care Express Gets You In and Out

It doesn’t matter if the coffee’s free and the donuts are fresh, no one really wants to spend their day sitting around a service bay. Hyundai’s Car Care Express is designed to move you in and out with your regular maintenance visits, offering a quick and complete oil change, multi-point inspection and tire rotation. Chapman’s expert technicians will service all your fluids and replace the battery and wiper blades if needed, an important consideration as we come upon the eve of monsoon season. If you do need more than regular maintenance, rest assured Chapman only uses high quality parts designed and manufactured to strict Hyundai specifications. It’s your assurance that you’ll get long life and peak performance from your Hyundai.

Meet Your Future Owner’s Manual

The little paper book that comes with every new car and somehow gets lost after about six months is a thing of the past. Hyundai is on the verge of offering an augmented reality owner’s manual that let’s you touch and swipe your way through a boatload of information on everything from how to set your clock radio to the proper tire pressure on your new Sonata. It doesn’t matter if you’ve recently purchased a Hyundai, this new piece of technology will be backwards compatible with the 2015 and 2016 Sonata. It will be offered for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Don’t Forget America’s Best Warranty

Hyundai laughs at the automakers that offer 3 years and 36,000-mile warranties. Your car is the second most expensive thing you’ll likely buy in your life, so why not buy one that offers a confident warranty? Every Hyundai has a 5-year, 60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty that includes 5 full years of roadside assistance. On top of that, you receive a 10-year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty and an 8-year, 80,000-mile warranty on the emissions system. Quick service by trained technicians, America’s best warranty and technology that just keeps coming are only a few reasons to buy a Hyundai. You can celebrate with a nice platter of ribs after you take delivery from Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Vincentric, a company dedicated to providing knowledge and insight to the automotive community when it comes to identifying the many aspects of automobile ownership, has named three Hyundai vehicles to its list of “best fleet values.” The Hyundai Elantra, Sonata Hybrid and Tucson were all recognized as outstanding fleet vehicles based on a cost-of-ownership formulation that took into account eight cost factors. Vincentric made the selections after factoring financing, fees and taxes, depreciation, fuel, maintenance, insurance, opportunity cost and repairs. “The versatility, quality and fuel efficiency of our product lineup allow fleet operators and consumers alike to have an ownership experience that is low in cost and hassle,” according to Hyundai planning manager Brandon Ramirez. Make sure and give the Tucson, Sonata Hybrid and Elantra some consideration by visiting Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Elantra Features Bold New Design

For a vehicle that starts at just a smidge over $17,000, the Hyundai Elantra offers a bold design, modern interior and loads of technology to help make your daily drive easier. The sculpted body of the Elantra is complemented by smooth contoured lines that are inspired by Hyundai’s overriding philosophy of dynamic precision. The readily recognizable Hyundai hexagonal grille sets the stage for an aerodynamic look accentuated by vertical LED running lights and a sporty lower fascia. The interior is designed around the driver, optimized for intuitive control and ergonomic location of all the important features. Buttons and controls are placed in logical groups with a slight tilt toward the driver. The Hyundai Elantra is powerful and efficient, earning an EPA rating of 38 mpg on the highway.

Sonata Hybrid Delivers Outstanding Mileage

If you’re looking for the ultimate combination of good looks and outstanding gas mileage, look no further than the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This unique design utlizes a 6-speed automatic transmission that houses a powerful electric motor instead of the usual torque converter. The combination of a four-cylinder gas engine with the electric power plant delivers a rating of 45 mpg on the highway. You can operate the Sonata Hybrid on electricity alone at speeds up to 75 mph.

Tucson Efficient at Hauling People and Cargo

The compact Hyundai Tucson SUV is an efficient urban commuter vehicle that has plenty of room for people and cargo. The Tucson’s 60/40 rear seatbacks offer versatility for hauling people and cargo. The rear liftgate has an unsually wide opening to make loading and unloading a breeze. With two different engine choices, the availability of all-wheel drive and six different trim levels, there is a Tucson for every need and price point. Test drive the new Tucson, Elantra and Sonata Hybrid today when you visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Take Command With Your Smart Phone

Starting with the 2017 IONIQ models and continuing with all 2018 vehicles that are equipped with the Blue Link telemetry package, Hyundai is waving the monthly service fees for a full three years. Hyundai Blue Link works via your smart phone, smart watch, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant to control a number of functions in your vehicle that make your daily commute more pleasant. Use Blue Link to lock and unlock your car, remote start, set the temperature, flash the lights and more. Blue Link will also control the heated side mirrors and rear defroster on the 2018 Elantra GT and Sonata. For a hands-on demonstration on how Blue Link can make your driving life easier, head to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road today.

Remote Start a Popular Feature

Whether you live in the icy north or the Arizona desert, the ability to remotely start your car and set the temperature is a well-appreciated feature. “Remote start has always been our most popular remote service,” according to Hyundai digital planning director Manish Mehrotra. “Hyundai owners request more than one million remote starts a month during the winter and perform more than a million remote locks annually. Our customers love to be connected, so improving their value and overall experience at no additional cost maintains our commitment to do better.”

Safety Features Standard with Blue Link

While some competitors charge extra for emergency notification in the event of an accident, the Hyundai Automatic Collision Notification comes at no charge to Blue Link subscribers. So do the Stolen Vehicle Recovery and SOS Emergency Assistance features, which give Hyundai owners immediate connectivity to a response center in the event of a problem. Just push the dedicated SOS button to get in touch with a person that can alert authorities 24/7, every day of the year. The GPS function of the Blue Link system can also help police find your vehicle in the event it falls in the hands of thieves.

List of Standard Features Lengthy

The different packages that come with Hyundai Blue Link feature a long list of services. Here is a partial list of some of the most popular items. For all the details, stop by Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road today. The Connected Care Package not only includes emergency assistance, but also a monthly vehicle health report, diagnostic code notification, maintenance reminder, enhanced roadside assistance and on-demand diagnostics. Choose the remote package to access a number of vehicle functions, including locking and unlocking, remote start, car finder and curfew alert. The Guidance Package requires factory navigation and includes complimentary map updates and Google’s destination search.

With an available 1.6L turbo engine, sport rear multi-link suspension, an aggressive design and tons of room for people and cargo, the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT is the smart choice for people looking for their next adventure. The new Elantra GT is loaded with both attitude and technology, with features such as wireless charging and a suite of driver assistance innovations to help make each drive safer. A standard 8-inch touchscreen comes equipped to pair with your smartphone, taking advantage of a number of apps and letting you stream music, podcasts and audio books. Be among the first to drive the new Elantra GT when it arrives on the Chapman Hyundai showroom floor this summer.

Formidable Challenger to Civic and Golf

The Honda Civic and VW Golf have long reigned supreme in the compact hatchback category, but Car and Driver magazine says that may soon be coming to an end with the introduction of the 2018 Hyunda Elantra GT. With an optional 201 horsepower engine, sleek lines and a keen attention to craftsmanship, the newest entry in the Hyundai lineup is poised to give the Golf and Civic a run for their money. “The Elantra GT’s interior looks upscale and sensibly laid out, with a dashboard design different from the sedan’s,” Car and Driver said. “This new Hyundai has the potential to be a formidable challenger to segment favorite hatchbacks such as the Honda Civic and Volkswagen Golf.”

More Steel Delivers Superior Handling

Hyundai has put almost twice the amount of high-strength steel in this version of the hatchback, making a stiffer body that holds corners better than previous models. The new GT is based on European styling, with a cascading grille, sleek new lights and a short overhang on the rear. This model is lower and wider than previous generations, creating a more muscular look and a lower center of gravity for improved handling in corners.

New GT Has Industry Best Warranty

Of course, the new Hyundai Elantra GT carries the same industry-best warranty as the entire Hyundai lineup. While most new car manufacturers give you 36,000 mile/3-year bumper to bumper limited coverage, Hyundai bumps that up to 60,000 miles and 5 years. The 100,000 mile powertrain warranty means you’ll be enjoying your new Elantra GT for a long time to come. Check in often to see when the first model will be arriving at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Thousands Cash Back and Low APR Available

Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be restricted to dusting those ceiling fans in preparation for summer or finally cleaning out the bottom drawer of the fridge. For dealerships such as Chapman Hyundai, spring is a perfect opportunity to clear out the sales lot and make room for more inventory. Hyundai’s Spring Cleaning Event offers thousands in cash back offers along with low interest rates and no payments for up to five months. That means you’ll be planning your Labor Day picnic before the first payment is due.

Sporty Tucson Attracts Admirers

The compact Hyundai Tucson SUV is popular on its own merit, providing plenty of functionality, performance and efficiency to buyers looking for affordable transportation. During Hyundai’s Spring Cleaning Event, you can receive up to $1,500 cash back on the purchase of a new Tucson. Qualified buyers have the option of a 0.9 percent financing rate for up to 60 months in addition to no payments for 5 months and $500 cash back. With features like automatic emergency braking and an available panoramic sunroof, the Tucson is the perfect vehicle for small families or everyday commuters to solve their transportation needs.

Elantra Delivers Up to $3,750 Total Savings

Choose the elegant Elantra four-door sedan and you can get up to $3,750 in total savings. If you meet financing requirements, there’s also a zero percent interest rate for up to 60 months along with no payments for 5 months and up to $500 cash back. The Elantra comes in five different trim packages, starting with the base SE at an MSRP of just $17,150. With highway mileage ranging in the high 30’s and plenty of technology to keep all your passengers occupied, the Elantra is a smart choice for the modern driver.

Sonata Offers More Room and Features

If you’re looking for a bit larger sedan that’s loaded with features, head to Chapman Hyundai and test drive the Sonata. During Hyundai’s Spring Cleaning Event, the Hyundai Sonata offers qualified lessees a chance for a sophisticated premium ride at just $199 a month. Qualified buyers have the choice of getting a zero percent APR for 60 months, or $2,000 cash back.

Santa Fe Sport Delivers Huge Savings

The midsize SUV Santa Fe Sport offers up to $4,250 in total savings or a 0.9 percent interest rate for up to 60 months. Those who select the lower interest rate will also receive up to $750 cash back along with no payments for the first 5 months. The Hyundai Santa Fe Sport is consistently reviewed as one of the best SUVs for the money and is a Top Safety Pick of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Azera a Large, Luxurious Powerhouse

Best-in-Class Interior Provides Comfort

With a sophisticated cabin that’s the largest in its class, the Hyundai Azera sedan provides a luxurious surrounding from which to navigate your daily transportation needs. Leather seats, an 8-inch touchscreen navigation system and available sunroof are just a few of the features that make the Azera an affordable luxury car. Add in premium features like rear side-window shades and a power rear sunshade, and the Azera is the perfect sedan to combat the blazing Arizona summer temperatures. Head to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road today and see what you’ve been missing by taking a test drive in Hyundai’s premium sedan.

Azera Long on Standard Features

The Azera comes in two different trim levels, but even the base model is loaded with standard features such as push button start, a 12-way power driver seat and power passenger seat, memory for the seat and mirror positions and heated front and rear seats. Step up to the Limited edition and you get smart cruise control and a electronic parking brake, the power rear sunshade, interior ambient lighting and illuminated door sill plates. Both models offer a premium Infinity Logic surround sound system with 14 speakers and a 550-watt external amplifier complete with subwoofer.

Safety First With Driver Assistance Systems

Azera remains the only car in its category to deliver standard blind spot detection and rear cross-traffic alert. These systems use a combination of sensors and cameras to detect when something is in your path to help you avoid a wreck. Nine standard airbags plus a knee bag for the driver are also standard, as are lane departure warning and forward collision warning. A standard navigation system on both models lets you easily plug in your destination so you can stay focused on the road.

More Horsepower Than Competitors

Although the Toyota Avalon is a popular choice in the full size sedan classification, the Hyundai Azera’s 293 standard horsepower beats it by almost 30 horses. It’s also much more powerful than the uber-expensive Lexus ES 350. The Azera’s 3.3L V6 engine uses an advanced direct gasoline injection system to deliver all that power while still achieving 28 mpg on the highway. When teamed up with the smooth 6-speed automatic transmission, the Azera glides swiftly through the gears to efficiently apply all that power to the road. Feel the precise handling and smooth power for yourself when you take a test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

U.S. News & World Report Honors Midsize Sedan

For the second time in the past three years, a Hyundai has won the title of “Best Midsize Car for the Money” from U.S. News and World Report. The Hyundai Sonata beat out 18 other competitors from around the globe, partly because of its “lengthy list of standard and optional features.” A large trunk, impressive quality and low starting price all contributed to the award. “The recognition by U.S. News and World Report highlights our commitment to providing better for our customers,” according to Product Planning manager Brandon Ramirez. “From technology to driver experience to overall performance, we are proud to have the Sonata represent the standard of value in this class.” Check out the Sonata inventory and take a test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Sonata Wins Based on ‘Many Strengths’

U.S. News and World Report loves the Hyundai Sonata based on its “many strengths.” The magazine lists an uncommonly smooth ride and tons of interior leg room as two of the biggest strengths. Reviewers also liked the easy to use infotainment system, its state-of-the-art warranty and great gas mileage. “The Hyundai Sonata is the winner of the 2017 Best Midsize Car for the Money” award because it has the best combination of quality and value in the class,” U.S. News contributor Cody Trotter wrote. U.S. News evaluated 25 different data categories when evaluating all the cars. This included other industry reviews and crash test data.

Lowest Starting Price is Big Benefit

Look at all the different models of the Hyundai Sonata when you take your trip to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road, but don’t overlook the base SE. The Sonata SE has a starting price of just $21,950, which is the lowest of any midsize sedan. You might expect a stripped-down vehicle for that low price, but it includes Bluetooth connectivity, Hyundai’s Blue Link telemetry and infotainment system and satellite radio. For a bit more, you can buy the Sport version which offers very affordable option packages that include a sunroof, heated seats, keyless ignition and hands-free trunk lid.

Don’t Forget the Great Warranty

Along with the low price and all the outstanding features, the 2017 Hyundai Sonata offers the industry’s best warranty. While other automakers only cover the major components for 3 years or 36,000 miles, Hyundai offers a limited warranty for 5 years and 60,000 miles. That includes free roadside service for the entire term of the warranty.

Sporty Hatch Showcases Aggressive Stance

With a more aggressive attitude and larger interior space, the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT made its debut this month at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show. You’ll have your choice of the base GT or the more powerful GT sport when the Elantra arrives at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road this summer. “The new Elantra GT brings more to the North American shores for the 2018 model year,” according to Hyundai product planning director Scott Margason. “More space and features inside. More aggression and European flair outside. And more options under the hood. I’m particularly excited to showcase the GT Sport, a true hot hatch.”

Clever Design Makes More Cargo Room

Although the overall size of the 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT is pretty comparable to its competitors, some clever design work gives it the most cargo and people hauling room in its class. The Elantra GT has 96.5 cubic feet of passenger space along with more than 55 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded down. That’s more than the Honda Civic, Chevy Cruze, Ford Focus or any other hatch in its class. The design of the car is lower and wider than ever before, providing an athletic silhouette that you’ll normally find on cars costing thousands of dollars more. With more than half of the Elantra built with high-strength steel, it’s stiffer and lighter than ever before. The rigidity improves both handling and safety.

Inside Created for Comfort

With available alloy seats, dual-zone climate control and alloy racing pedals, the interior of the Hyundai Elantra GT offers a touch of sophistication in an affordable car. The infotainment system pair easily with your smartphone, using Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Wireless charging keeps your electronics powered up for use on long trips. An 8-inch audio display is standard, using touch screen technology and voice recognition to control all your communication and audio needs. The AVN 5.0 system offers an easier way to use presets for AM, FM and SiriusXM radio, as they all show up on one screen.

Use Alexa to Start Your New Hyundai

Utilizing Blue Link technology, Hyundai has worked with Amazon so customers can use the Alexa voice controller to start the car and control the temperature. Whether its 110 degrees or zero, you can simply tell Alexa to start your car and preset the temperature so it will be comfortable when you’re ready to start your daily commute. Test drive the new Elantra GT when it shows up on the Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road sales floor this summer.