Hyundai cars are preferred by those who love the design and space in the car. It are well renowned all over the world. The Hyundai car has its roots in Korea. It are world famous for quality of their cars and for being economical. Hyundai cars are the cars with the vision and also an attitude charging towards the future dynamically.
Hyundai cars are the second largest auto manufacture. It are each year more fuel efficient and more affordable. It are known for their lightness, consumer friendly drive, fuel effectiveness and effortless maneuverability. Here’s a quick glance at their top 2011 models.
This year, the Sonata is redesigned so it comes into its own instead of showing the influences of the Camry and Accord. Now it is a family sedan in its own right, well built, and less expensive than others in its class. Along with the Accord, it is the only other car in its class considered to be a large sedan and it has a lot of features to let it shine like a star.
The Elantra is redesigned for 2011. In the past it had an unremarkable exterior, but now it’s been given a makeover to attract more attention. Once you take a closer look, however, that beauty is not just skin deep. It also comes with a new six speed manual transmission option and a fuel efficient 1.8 liter four cylinder engine that is standard. This puts it a step ahead of the Chevrolet Cruze or Volkswagen Jetta, which requires you to pay extra for this economical powertrain.
This year the Genesis 4.6 model gets a 10-horsepower boast as well as a new standard Technology package. A luxury sedan at a more bargain price when compared to its rivals, it has a lot to offer. Whereas luxury sedans in this price range are smaller and sportier to keep the driver happy, the Genesis comes with a roomy and quiet interior. The comfortable ride is guaranteed to make both driver and passengers satisfied with the available leather upholstery and a 17-speaker Lexicon surround sound audio system.
In 2011, the Accent returns with the upper trims getting a few new standard features. Satellite radio, USB audio input and a new 172-watt CD/MP3 player make their debut. The optional sunroof, however, has been deleted. This is one of those compact cars for those on a budget. Surprisingly though, the Accent delivers far above what you’d expect for such an inexpensive car.