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2017 Accent

Value Edition Adds Features at Low Cost

Many people already consider the Hyundai new vehicle lineup as one of the best buys in the auto industry, but the company has now cemented that reputation by adding special Value Edition trim packages to both the popular Accent and Elantra. Both packages cost just a bit more than the base model, but deliver features like cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and steering wheel audio controls. Look over the entire Hyundai inventory and compare models and trim levels by taking a trip to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Accent a Subcompact With Tons of Room

With more than 103 cubic feet of interior room in the sedan version and an extra eight cubic feet as a hatchback, the Hyundai Accent is a subcompact that has a midsize feel. Plenty of storage spaces for water bottles and electronics are sprinkled throughout the cabin. Split rear seats fold down and make the hatchback an effective hauler for those furniture runs. Starting at just $16,540, the Accent Value Edition has rear disc brakes, a sliding armrest storage compartment and 16-inch alloy wheels. It comes with a 1.6L engine that produces a peppy 137 horsepower while still earning 37 mpg on the highway.

Elantra Value Edition Packed With Options

Latch onto the new Hyundai Elantra Value Edition sedan and you get special amenities such as sensor-driven driver assistance features, LED running lamps, power driver’s seat and much more. Starting at only $20,250, the Elantra Value Edition offers $1,215 in savings versus adding the list of options to the base package. “It’s critically important to give our customers a wide variety of options, so there’s an Elantra to meet their needs,” said Hyundai planning manager Mike Evanoff. “The Value Edition lands at a real sweet spot on the spectrum of amenities and price tag.” Along with the afore-mentioned items, buyers will also receive a power sunroof, heated front seats and a 7-inch color display infotainment system that works with either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Push-button start, dual temperature climate control and a hands-free trunk release are also part of the package.

Hyundai Offers Best Warranty in Industry

Don’t forget that Hyundai offers a 5-year, 60,000 mile limited bumper-to-bumper warranty that far exceeds that provided by other manufacturers. You also receive a 10-year, 10,000 mile powertrain warranty and five full years of Roadside Assistance. Visit Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road today and see how the new Value Edition packages stack up against the competition.


‘Make Everything Better’ is the Overriding Goal

How did Hyundai go from a small car company just trying to find its place in the American marketplace to producing some of the world’s most desirable vehicles? Everyone from the CEO through the engineers and the assemblers was motivated to think outside the conventional box. By constantly wondering “How can we make things better?”, Hyundai realized that there is no finish line when it comes to designing and building quality safe, reliable and fun-to-drive vehicles. By constantly looking for better materials, ways to increase efficiency and stay in touch with the desires of consumers, Hyundai is poised to claim a larger market share in the years to come. Head to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road to inspect the entire Hyundai inventory and see if there’s a vehicle that fits your dreams.

All Technology Geared to Customer Experience

Realizing that cars are nothing without buyers, Hyundai’s technological innovations are all geared toward providing a better experience for the driver and passengers. Although gas prices have been low for awhile, it’s impossible to predict how long that will last. That’s why Hyundai puts fuel efficiency on the same priority level as performance when designing vehicles. Gasoline Direct Injection is one technology that increases efficiency while reducing harmful emissions. A dual clutch transmission, usually only found in much more expensive cars, reduces the energy loss from the engine to the wheels, increasing performance and efficiency. While all that’s important, most consumers notice the interior technology, specifically Hyundai’s infotainment system that utilizes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to make the most out of your smartphone apps. Hyundai Blue Link is a telemetry app that allows you to control certain functions of your car remotely.

Best Way to Deal With Accidents is to Avoid Them

Being better at everything includes safety. Hyundai knows the road can be a dangerous place for a variety of reasons, so they have developed safeguards to help you and your passengers avoid collisions, or minimize injuries should a crash occur. New driver assistance technology such as automatic emergency braking senses when doom is about to happen and applies the brakes if you fail to react. Lane departure warning issues an audible warning if you start to drift and electronic stability control helps avoid skidding out of control when road conditions become dicey. All these advanced features are available across the entire Hyundai inventory. See how Hyundai is building a better brand of car by stopping in at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road for a test drive.