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Electric-Gas Combo Switches Seamlessly

For the ultimate combination of fuel efficiency and range, consider the new Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This plug-in hybrid delivers 27 miles of pure electric range before switching over to the gas backup system. The combination of the two produces an EPA rating equivalent of 99 miles per gallon, which will leave you laughing when the gas prices continue to rise. A 50 kW electric magnetic motor is backed up by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gas engine the produces 202 horsepower. You can drive as far as the electric will take you, then switch to gas to recharge the engine. Initial availability is limited to 10 states, but check in with Chapman Hyundai to see when the new Sonata Hybrid is coming to Arizona.

Get A Full Charge in Less Than 3 Hours

The average U.S. commute is only about 11 miles, so that means you could go to work, come home and only use the gas engine for longer trips on the weekend. If you have the 240-volt charging system, it takes less than 3 hours until your Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is topped off and ready to go again. Use the standard 120-volt charger and go to bed and your car will be ready to go 9 hours later. Hyundai has a BlueLink app for your smartphone that lets you remotely control your charges, including setting start and stop times so you can take advantage of times with lower electric rates.

First Hybrid to Make Ward’s 10 Best Engines List

The Ward’s 10 Best Engines List is an annual compilation of the latest and greatest technology powering America’s cars and trucks. The Hyundai 2.0-liter four-cylinder Atkinson cycle engine, optimized for electric vehicles, is the first gas engine for a hybrid to make the coveted list. It offers direct injection for quick acceleration and smooth cruising.

Luxury and Efficiency Combine for Sophisticated Ride

Stay in touch with Chapman Hyundai for the arrival date of the new Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. Along with achieving ultra-efficiency to help avoid the gas pumps, the Sonata is loaded with luxury features that make for a pleasing and comfortable ride. Dual temperature control, an Infinity sound system, leather and power front seats, a heated steering wheel and 8-inch touchscreen with navigation are just a few of the amenities usually found in a much more expensive vehicle. The Sonata also has a whole suite of available driver assistance safety features like lane departure warning, rear parking sensors, blind spot detection and forward collision warning.

2017 Santa Fe

Midsize SUV Gets New Look From Ground Up

From a freshened exterior look and upgraded comfort and safety features, the 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe is set to take the midsize SUV market by storm. The next version of the Santa Fe features a facelift that includes a new front fascia, brushed front grille and new headlights. New taillights and an improved dual exhaust design highlight the rear end, but there are plenty of goodies in between. The wheels are also new, as are the LED daytime running lights and fog lights. See the newest version of the Santa Fe from behind the wheel when you take a test drive at Chapman Hyundai.

New Touchscreens Highlight Upgraded Interior

Depending on the model and your preference, you can get a 5-, 7-, or 8-inch color touchscreen on the new Santa Fe. The 7- and 8-inch touchscreens come with Android Auto, so you can use a limited number of apps from your smartphone. Also available is a premium Infinity sound system that comes with Clari-Fi music restoration technology and QuantumLogic surround sound to deliver concert quality music. Hyundai Blue Link, the company’s telematics communication system, is available on all models. Other new features include third-row USB charging ports, a power, height adjustable seat, woodgrain accents and a new center stack.

Standard Features Abound in All Trim Levels

The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe has a number of standard features that are options in other midsize SUVs. All Santa Fes come with automatic headlights, remote keyless entry, rearview camera, heated power mirrors, daytime running lights, steering wheel audio controls and Bluetooth connectivity. Optional comforts include a panoramic sunroof, 12-speaker Infinity sound system and hands-free liftgate that makes loading cargo or groceries a snap. The Hyundai Blue Link telematics system provides a number of diagnostic and safety features including remote start, stolen vehicle assistance, and the ability to remotely lock and unlock your doors. Some models also have Blue Link Guidance, which makes finding your destination a snap, even in an unfamiliar city.

Santa Fe Safety Enhanced by Driver Assistance

Along with seven air bags and a chassis built to absorb collisions and direct the energy away from occupants, the Santa Fe comes with numerous driver assistance safety features. Stop by Chapman Hyundai and see how vehicle stability management and electronic stability control can help keep you on the road when conditions get dicey. Electronic brake force distribution, brake assist, downhill brake control, hill start assist and a tire pressure monitoring system all help keep you safe on the road.