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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.

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.

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.

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.

TUCSON AND GENESIS TOP RESPECTIVE SEGMENTS IN J.D. POWER TECH-EXPERIENCE STUDY

Study Measures Owner Experience

Hyundai was a big winner in a recent survey by JD Power measuring customer satisfaction with vehicle technology. The Hyundai Genesis was the highest rated midsize premium sedan, while the Hyundai Tucson took took the top spot in the small vehicle rankings. The JD Power study took into consideration the customer experience with using technology in six different categories – comfort and convenience, entertainment and connectivity, navigation, driving assistance, and vehicle protection. The pros at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road are well trained and ready to assist you with any questions on vehicle technology.

“Advanced safety and convenience technologies are top of mind for many drivers, and we are thrilled that our models are exceeding expectations in these crowded segments,” according to Hyundai director of quality and engineering, Mircea Gradu. “From being among the first to implement and standardize leading safety technologies such as Automatic Emergency Braking and Lane Departure Warning to entertainment features including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, Hyundai is committed to providing better technological solutions for a better owner and driver experience.”

Tucson Loaded With Driver Assistance

The Hyundai Tucson comes with a number of different available features, including a full suite of sensor-driven driver assistance technology. Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist, Automatic Emergency Braking and Backup Warning Sensors all help avoid wrecks and reduce injury in the event of a collision. The Tucson comes standard with a 5-inch color touchscreen that includes a backup camera. Opt for the Tucson with navigation and you also get apps such as Pandora Internet Radio.

Sensor Surround Safety Protects Genesis Passengers

The Hyundai Genesis offers many of the same features as the Tucson, but includes a few more bits of safety technology. Smart Cruise Control helps you maintain a safe distance from the car directly in front of you. Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keeping Assist help prevent you from drifting on those long, boring drives. Electronic Stability Control helps you maintain your position during inclement weather or dicy road conditions. Emergency Steering Support Driving Mode automatically helps change the direction of the vehicle to avoid a head-on collision. As a premium luxury car, the Genesis also provides a Lexicon Discrete Logic 7 Surround Audio System for unbelievable symphonic sound. Choose the optional navigation system and you get a 9.2 inch high definition screen. Enjoy all the Hyundai tech innovations when you look over the inventory at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

TUCSON RECEIVES J.D. POWER 2016 APEAL AWARD

Stirs Owners’ Emotions and Excitement

Based mostly on its sporty design and outstanding performance, the Hyundai Tucson has won the title of most appealing small SUV. The JD Power research organization made the announcement recently that the Tucson took first place in the Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. Now more than two decades old, this study measures the emotional attachment an owner has to his or her vehicle, as well as the level of excitement the vehicle demands. The study examines 77 categories ranging from the thrill of stepping on the accelerator to the comfort and security the vehicle delivers. See what’s most appealing about the Tucson in your own eyes by taking a test drive at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Tucson Has Strong Showing in Economy and Comfort

By delivering up to 32 mpg on the highway and providing customers excellent handling and a comfortable ride, the Tucson left all other SUVs in the dust. “We are thrilled with the recognition of Tucson in this year’s J.D. Power APEAL Study,” said director of Hyundai product planning Scott Margason. “The new Tucson looks great, has two fuel efficient engines and a roomy interior that satisfies a wide range of SUV buyers. The team did a great job launching the all-new Tucson this year.” Along with economy and comfort, the Tucson scored high for the HVAC system, exterior design, interior quality and storage.

2017 Tucson Offers Four Trim Levels

Whether you choose the base SE, ECO, Sport or Limited models, the 2017 Hyundai Tucson has a little something for everyone. Starting at just $22,700, the SE comes with a 2.0L engine that produces 164 horsepower. When teamed with the 6-speed automatic transmission, it delivers 30 miles to the gallon. Other standard features include air conditioning, a 5-inch color screen infotainment system and 6-way adjustable seat for the driver. The rest of the trim levels pair a 1.6L engine with a 7-speed automatic transmission. This not only provides more power, but adds a couple of miles a gallon to the highway fuel estimate. Features like projector headlights, LED running lights, larger wheels, heated seats and a larger touchscreen to control audio, navigation and hands-free communication become available as you move to the higher-priced models.

Don’t Forget Industry’s Top Warranty

While other manufacturer’s give you a 36 month or 36,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty, Hyundai is known for its generous 60-month, 60,000 mile coverage. The powertrain warranty is even longer, covering 120 months and 100,000 miles. Now’s the time to head to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road and see why Hyundai is recording record sales almost every month.

Tucson Eco

Efficient Eco Still Provides Plenty of Pop

As you might expect, the 2016 Hyundai Tucson Eco delivers the greatest fuel economy in the entire Tucson lineup, but what may be a surprise to you is that it is also the most inexpensive way to get your hands on the peppy 1.6L turbocharged engine. When paired with the dual clutch 7-speed automatic, the Eco is rated at 33 mpg on the highway for the front wheel drive model and slightly less if you choose all-wheel drive. Because the Eco has fewer standard features than its siblings, it is lighter which translates into quicker times at the track. At 7.4 seconds, the Eco beats the other Tucson models by two-tenths of a second in the race to 60 mph. Feel the power of the Eco for yourself by visiting Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

A Little Money Buys a Lot

For about $1,450, you can upgrade from the base Tucson SE to the Eco. That not only gets you the turbocharged engine that increases your performance by about 10 horsepower, a power driver’s seat with lumbar support, LED running lights, illuminated mirrors and outside mirror turn signals. “Car and Driver” magazine editors evaluated the Eco and found a lot to like, including a spacious rear seat and a well-designed cargo space. The Tucson Eco “is well suited to the daily grind in any form, so we’ll continue to sing its praises,” the editors wrote.

Four Models Offer Wide Selection

Whether you choose the Eco, the SE, Sport or Limited trim package, the Hyundai Tucson offers a lot of value in a vehicle that’s adept at maneuvering through tight urban traffic or providing comfort on a long road trip. The SE, with a listed starting price of $22,700, comes with an automatic transmission, 5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, rearview camera, air conditioning and an adjustable steering wheel. The Sport model provides the turbocharged engine, 19-in sport wheels, hands free lift gate and proximity start. If luxury in an affordable package is more suited to your taste, chose the Limited. Along with a more upscale interior, it features heated front seats and a slew of sensor-supported driver assistance features.

Hyundai Warranty is Top-of-the-Line

All Tucson models come with the famous 5-year, 60,000 mile Hyundai Limited Warranty that includes roadside assistance. Hyundai’s also have a 7-year/100,000 mile Limited Powertrain Warranty, giving you the peace of mind of many years of driving before having to worry about major repair bills. See the entire Hyundai Tucson inventory when you take a short drive to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

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JD Power Survey Shows Owner Satisfaction

When compared to all other small SUVs, the JD Power Initial Quality Study shows the Hyundai Tucson to have the fewest reported problems per 100 vehicles. The research institute questioned more than 84,000 new vehicle owners after 90 days of ownership and compiled the results of more than 244 different vehicle models. With features like a smooth-shifting 7-speed automatic transmission, plush interior seats and a standard 5-inch touchscreen audio system, the Hyundai Tucson is creating happy drivers all across America. See and test drive the Tucson with a visit to your Phoenix Hyundai dealer, Chapman Hyundai.

Four Trim Levels Offer Plenty of Options

Consumers have a choice of four different trim levels that offer a variety of price points and a number of standard options. The base SE model starts at only $22,700 and includes standard features such as a rearview camera, tire pressure monitoring system, electronic stability control and keyless entry. Step up to the Eco trim package and you add better gas mileage, LED running lights, power windows and a power driver seat. The Sport model starts at just a hair over $26,000. It comes with 19-inch alloy wheels, a hands-free liftgate and a number of driver assist safety features. The top-of-the-line Hyundai Tucson is the Limited, which still starts at less than $30,000. It has LED head and taillights, dual climate control and the availability of a number of features not offered on the other models. The Ultimate Package for the Limited includes high intensity headlights, rear parking sensors, a panoramic sunroof and heated rear seats.

Four-cylinder Engine Delivers Efficiency

Whether you choose the SE with the inline 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine or the 1.6-liter turbocharged powerplant in any of the other trim levels, you get a motor and transmission that provide excellent efficiency and plenty of power. The SE model pairs its engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission, delivering 164 horsepower and 32 miles per gallon on the highway. The other models come with the 7-speed automatic that not only provides seamless shifting, but gives up to 33 miles per gallon on the Eco model when choosing the front-wheel drive option. All models have available all-wheel drive, which sacrifices a couple of miles per gallon but provides plenty of traction in all types of weather.

Hyundai Offers America’s Best Warranty

With 5-year/60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper coverage along with 10-year/100,000-mile protection on the powertrain, a new Hyundai warranty is the best protection offered by any U.S. automaker. Hyundai also has a 7-year/unlimited mileage perforation warranty, which protects you in the case your vehicle should develop any rust holes. See why the Tucson is quickly becoming America’s favorite small SUV with a trip to Chapman Hyundai.

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.

The 2013 Hyundai Tucson provides consumers with the performance they desire from a CUV, while keeping costs at the pump down. The exterior of the car has obvious European influences, with its aggressive, stable stance. The spacious inside provides comfort and more rear leg room than almost any of the competition. The Tucson also offers all-wheel drive and fuel-efficient features, which combined provide for the ultimate CUV option.

The styling of its sculpted hood, wrap-around headlights and rear roof spoiler make it apparent the styling come from the Hyundai Frankfurt design center, and allows the Tucson CUV stand apart from competition.

The Tucson offers features that are designed to protect the driver and passengers from all sorts of possible elements. The Tucson comes with an available panoramic sunroof that extends all the way from the front seats to the back. Front solar glass keeps the sun tamed, while the rear privacy glass keeps the outside from seeing in. When its colder weather you’re dealing with, the Tucson has heated side mirrors with turn-signal indicators that match the color of the exterior.

This Hyundai may be a CUV, but it was built to impress with features technology and usable space.

Chapman Hyundai is proud to offer the Tucson, it provides consumers a great blend of maneuverability, comfortable interior features and technology,” says Chapman Hyundai Sales Manager, David Huppart. “The updates and changes made for the 2013 model have allowed the car to increase fuel efficiency and range too, which is always a big concern for our customers.”

The controls on the inside of the Tucson were designed to be well-lit and accessible, they also provide for an enhanced driving experience. The intelligent multifunction trip computer allows the driver to know average speed, average MPG and how many miles to empty. Besides the trip computer there is plenty more technology options that come with the Tucson. An available integrated Bluetooth hands-free phone system lets you take calls on the road without having to reach for the cell phone. There is also the available touch screen navigation system that comes with NavTraffic a real-time traffic and navigation system, and an available rearview back-up camera.

As for the usable space in the Tucson, it can be summed up in one word: huge. There is tons of room in the cargo area with the seats up, and even when their folded down. The 60/40 split rear seatback allows for 55.8 cubic feet, which is more than most of the Tucson’s competition. There is additional storage options integrated throughout the Tucson as well. Phoenix Hyundai drivers will find additional storage such as map pockets, bottle holders, center console storage, convenient storage trays, and even a retractable hook on the rear seatback for shopping bags.

Under the hood, there is a choice of two transmissions- manual or automatic. However, the available 6-speed automatic also comes with a SHIFTRONIC clutchless manual mode, giving drivers the best of both worlds. The Tucson’s 2.0L 4-cylinder engine gets up to 31 MPG Highway, while the GLS and LIMITED’s 2.4L steps up the horsepower to 176 and still reaches an impressive 32 MPG Highway. Both engines employ Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) to boost power and fuel efficiency.

The automatic transmission also comes with an Overdrive Lock-Up Torque Converter and the Active ECO System that enhances the fuel economy. These technologies allow for up to a seven percent improvement in real-world fuel economy. The manual transmissions offer an Eco Gear Shift Indicator, which allow drivers to be alerted for when the best time for a gear change is.