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Veloster, Elantra Earn Best Value Honors

2016 Elantra

Vincentric Specializes in Cost of Ownership

Vincentric, an automotive research company that specializes in the overall cost of car ownership to the consumer, has picked the 2016 Hyundai Veloster and Elantra as the “Best Value” in America. It’s the fourth consecutive year the Veloster has earned the honor and the second time for the Elantra. “As a four-time winner of the Vincentric award, the Veloster has a strong history of performing well in our awards analysis, delivering a low cost-of-ownership package that helps provide high value to consumers,” according to Vincentric president David Wurster. “The Elantra similarly delivers class-leading value, is fuel efficient and inexpensive to maintain, offering drivers exceptional value for the money.” Test drive the Elantra and Veloster at Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road.

Measures Eight Different Cost Points

The Vincentric awards take eight different costs of ownership into account, including financing, repairs, taxes, depreciation, insurance, fuel, maintenance and opportunity cost. The awards are given to vehicles that have a lower than average cost of ownership when compared to competition. “Receiving this award is testament to Elantra and Veloster delivering on Hyundai’s promise of safety, technology, style and value,” said Hyundai VP Mike O’Brien. “With the introduction of our all-new 2017 Elantra, we hope to continue the vehicle’s momentum as one of our best-selling nameplates and confirm Elantra as the leader in the compact car category.”

2017 Elantra Boasts Aerodynamic Design

Head over to Chapman Hyundai on Bell Road and you can see why the newly redesigned Hyundai Elantra is continuing to impress both consumers and critics. With a bold, aerodynamic design and a full spectrum of safety features, the affordable Elantra presents an attractive choice for consumers on a budget. Modern interiors made with upscale materials and technology make the Elantra a popular choice for people who want a little luxury and convenience without breaking the bank. With a starting price of $17,150, the new Elantra is $100 less than last year’s model.

Veloster Delivers Sports Car Notes on Budget

The sporty Veloster coupe continues to appeal to people looking for a fun driving experience on a budget. With both regular and turbo models, the Veloster powertrain delivers plenty of performance by utilizing direct fuel injection. Class-leading fuel efficiency is appealing to anyone who likes bypassing the pumps while still exercising a few wild oats. Both the Elantra and Veloster have the same industry-leading warranty as all Hyundais, which delivers 5-year or 60,000 mile bumper-to-bumper coverage along with a 10-year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty.

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