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Hyundai Kona Details Arrive

The upcoming 2018 Hyundai Kona has been peeking out of the shadows for a little while, but no real details have come out: until now. There will be two engine options: 2-liter 4-cylinder that makes 147-horsepower, or a turbocharged 1.6 liter 4-cylinder that puts out 175-horsepower. There will be two driving options available in the American Market: Normal and Sport.

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Hyundai Goes Green

Green technology is one of the biggest shifts in the automotive industry right now. Electric vehicles are being more popular, and manufacturers are taking note of this. The Hyundai Ioniq is a unique vehicle that has been recognized as the Green Good Design Award winner. Offering three powertrain options – hybrid, plug-in, and electric – it offers a variety of features for drivers looking to make the switch from traditional vehicles.

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Are You Going to Sell Your Car in The Future? Do This Now

Washing your car is not just a time-consuming task to get rid of dirt and crumbs. Washing your car is an important task just like the routine oil changes you may get from us here at Hatchett Hyundai West in Wichita, KS, that protects the quality of your car. If you have an interest in possible selling your car, you will want to keep it clean. Keeping the vehicle clean can help you get a better resale price. Here is how:

You will keep the quality of the outside high. Paint has a tendency to come off from the gunk…

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Prepare Your Vehicle for the Next Road Trip

In order to prepare your vehicle for your next road trip; you have to be able to anticipate trouble and address it today. The following road trip safety checklist should help you get off to a great start.

1. Inspect the spare tire and bring along a few items to fix a flat tire.

2. Bring a small bag with tools that include pliers, wrenches, sockets, and a hammer.

3. Pack a new roll of duct tape for minor engine repairs.

4. Keep a gallon of engine coolant in the trunk.

5. Have the wipers replaced and fluid checked...

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Be Prepared for Roadside Emergencies

You should always hope for the best but plan for the worst when leaving home in your car. It only takes a few minutes to purchase a pre-made roadside emergency kit, or you can easily assemble your own from items available at any department store.

A first aid kit is essential. Remember to keep pain medicine up to date and keep it stocked with bandages and antiseptic at the very least. Shelf stable snack food and clean water are also key as you never know how long you could be stranded for. A flashlight is always handy, as are jumper…
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On The Road Again: Driving Tips to Avoid Accidents

Think of your car as a large piece of machinery that could easily get out of control without a safe driver. Driving safely is your number one priority, while behind the wheel of your vehicle. The fact is that there are so many distractions around that you or another driver could easily cause an accident. Here are a few supportive tips to keep you safe, while driving.

Driving Tips to Avoid Accidents...

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Take a Chance to be introduced to the Hatchback of the Future

All over the world one of the most popular types of cars is the hatchback. With their small size and ample cargo room a hatchback is a great choice for many types of buyers. Hyundai is always ahead of the curve when it comes to their cars and with their all-new 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT.

The 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT is built to be an efficient and spacious model that is available to a wide range of buyers. Much like is European brother, this hatchback uses the same design cues that is found on many of the other Hyundai models…

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Hyundai’s Updated Sub Compact “Accent”-uates Its Wizard Status

Usually, the updating of a subcompact vehicle like the 2018 Hyundai Accent goes relatively unnoticed in the automotive press gauntlet. Yet this go around, the unveiling has attracted quite a bit of attention. Not only is the Accent more stylish than ever before, it also checks the boxes of sub compact car expectations with a lot more authority.

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Autonomous Ioniq Makes Debut at CES

Last month, at the 2017 CES in Las Vegas, Hyundai introduced a self-driving Ioniq concept vehicle that moves the autonomous tech out of sight and relocates the lidar from the roof to behind the front bumper cover. The result looks less like a futuristic concept and more like a traditional vehicle.

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