Bumper2Bumpertv 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe/Crossover
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AUTO REVIEW: Before and after, what a difference a year makes for the Hyundai Santa Fe.

After trying to cover the entire midsize SUV/Crossover segment with one vehicle, the Santa Fe, Hyundai is reworking the lineup. Bumper2Bumpertv spent some seat time with the 2019 version and had a chance to compare it to the previous model. […read more]

The IONIQ Electric Limited was additionally enhanced with Blue Link Connected Services and Blue Link Connected Care. For safety and convenience Hyundai empowered the EV with Smart Cruise Control featuring start/stop technology, a proximity key and push button starter, Vehicle Stability Management, Lane Keep Assist System and Automatic Emergency Braking to name a few.
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AUTO REVIEW: 2018 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Limited: An Autoganic Delight

NNPA NETWORK — The IONIQ Electric rolls on chunky 205/55R16 Michelin tires wrapped around eco-spoke alloy rims. The package was pleasantly impressive during driving periods in extreme wintry conditions in the Northeast part of the country. HID Xenon headlamps with Dynamic Bending Lights (DBL) and LED taillamps enhance the IONIQ’s technology capabilities. […read more]


Car Review: 2016 Hyundai Tucson

By Frank S. Washington NNPA Columnist   SUPERIOR TOWNSHIP, Mich. (NNPA) – As successful as Hyundai has been the last five years, there’s a flaw and they’re trying to fix it. The Korean automaker produces too many sedans and not enough crossover or sport utilities. Read More