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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 Hyundai Sonata is ending the 2017 model year on a strong note, being named to Kelley Blue Book’s “10 Most Awarded Cars of 2017” list. It was a double win for the car company as Hyundai was also named to KBB.com’s “10 Most Awarded Brands of 2017” rankings. Hyundai vehicles racked up multiple awards throughout the year due to value, technology, design and engineering. The Hyundai Sonata, which you can test drive today at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road, is a midsize sedan that has a powerful engine, modern styling and a quiet, comfortable ride that rivals competitors costing thousands more.

Sonata Distinguished Member of its Class

“Even in one of the industry’s most competitive classes, the Sonata continues to distinguish itself with dynamic style and luxury features at a best-in-class value,” according to Hyundai senior group manager Brandon Ramierez. “We strive to provide our customers with ‘better’ and Sonata delivers on this commitment by innovating and exciting drivers with each new release and customers are seeing that today as the 2018 Sonata is entering dealerships.” The 2018 Sonata comes in seven different trim levels starting at just $22,050. Even the base SE is loaded with features including a 7-inch color infotainment display, blind spot detection and a powerful 185-horsepower engine that still gets 29 mpg in combined city and highway driving.

Interior Puts You at Ease

With a newly designed center stack that puts all controls within easy reach, the interior of the 2018 Hyundai Sonata is a breath of fresh air. The use of upscale materials and features like a three-spoke steering wheel with audio and cruise control add a bit of sophistication. Class-leading interior space means five adults have plenty of room to stretch out. Get the available memory seat option and you can always get back to perfect position when it’s your turn to drive. Special packages on the SEL and Limited models add features such as smart cruise control, lane keep assist and wireless device charging in one affordable grouping.

Three Choices for Turbo Power

If you like the idea of a turbocharger giving an added boost to your Sonata, there are three models that offer that option. The Eco model is the most economical, offering a 1.6L turbo motor that delivers 178 horsepower. The Sport 2.0T and Limited 2.0T models are both turbocharged, but with a larger 2.0L engine that produces 245 horsepower. Whichever Sonata you choose, rest assured it’s covered by the auto industry’s best warranty. Hyundai offers a 5-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper coverage. Inspect the entire Sonata lineup and take a test drive today at 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.

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.

2016 Tucson

First Year for Redesigned Tucson

Earning designation as Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is a prime feather in the cap of any automaker, so Hyundai was proud when both the Tucson and Sonata received those honors. This is the first year for the totally-redesigned Hyundai Tucson to get the award, but Sonata was already a winner. “Hyundai’s redesign of the Tucson earns the 2016 model our top rating in the small overlap front test, and the Sonata retains its acceptable rating,” according to David Zuby, chief research officer for the IIHS. “Both vehicles have an available front crash prevention system that earns a superior rating in the IIHS autobrake test, a key criteria to qualify for a Top Safety Pick + award.” Visit Chapman Hyundai to examine all the innovative safety features on the complete Hyundai vehicle lineup.

Advanced Safety Technology Available on Tucson

“Hyundai’s commitment to occupant safety is paramount throughout our entire lineup,” according to Hyundai VP Mike O’Brien. “We strive to develop technologies that assist in avoiding crashes altogether, like forward collision warning, lane departure warning and emergency brake assist, and are pleased the Tucson and Sonata have received these awards related to occupant protection when collisions do occur.” Other available technologies include blind spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert, backup warning and rearview cameras. The Tucson also features a structure made from high-strength steel to add to the safety package.

Sonata Technology Includes Electronic Stability Control

The safety technology offered on the Hyundai Sonata is a little different than the Tucson. Both electronic stability control and vehicle stability management help drivers keep control of their vehicle in times of bad road conditions or inclement weather. The Sonata also has seven airbags and an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution to help drivers stay out of a skid. Smart cruise control helps drivers maintain a safe distance from the car in front.

Tucson and Sonata Come in Multiple Trim Levels

Take a drive to Chapman Hyundai and you’ll be amazed at the number of different trim packages available for both the Sonata and Tucson. The Sonata starts with the SE package, which is nicely appointed for a starting price of just $21,750. Other trim levels include the Sport, Eco, Limited, Sport 2.0T and Limited 2.0T. The Limited 2.0T is the most expensive package, starting at a hair over $34,000, but includes a twin-scroll turbo engine, sport tuned suspension, sunroof, navigation, premium audio system and much more. The most expensive Tucson model starts below $30,000 and is loaded with creature comforts like leather power seats, navigation and a premium audio package.