Although established in 1967, Hyundai didn't begin importing cars to the United States until nearly 20 years later. Regarded merely as an economical choice at their debut in 1986, Hyundai is now widely seen as a manufacturer that offers high value vehicles with an excellent warranty.
This time around the vehicles are getting all-new fuel hoses, rather than more heat tape.
The facility will be a part of Montana State University's Innovation campus.
Blacked-out trim, faux skid plates and roof rails are the main styling changes.
The Santa Fe XRT may look rugged, but its cosmetic changes can't hide a letdown of an engine.
And like the regular Staria, it's not coming to the US.
This asymmetrical little hatchback combines giant-slaying performance with a frisky overall demeanor.
The last Veloster standing is by far the best.
Whether you're looking for cool concepts or slick production EVs, New York has a debut that should be right up your alley.