Finding a dependable pre-owned model can be difficult in any area, let alone the Lubbock and Wolfforth area. However, the Hyundai brand has been known for its dependability and intriguing technology offerings to make for a solid vehicle years after purchase.
With models ranging from sedans and hatchbacks to small and large crossovers, the Hyundai brand covers much of the smaller vehicle classes. IN recent years, Hyundai has offered a wide range of standard features that are only found at higher trims of other brands. Meanwhile, its engine offerings and performance models make for a fun drive in any environment. For more information on the Hyundai brand, continue reading below:
Current Hyundai Models
Discontinued (Final year)
Sedans and Hatchbacks
|Accent, Elantra, Sonata, Veloster
||Elantra GT (2020), Azera (2017), Equus, Tiburon (2008),|
||Kona, Palisade, Tucson, Santa Fe, Venue
||Entourage (2009, minivan), Veracruz (2012)|
||Elantra Hybrid, Ioniq, Sonata Hybrid, NEXO
Hyundai offers numerous options in the sedan and crossover market. Their most recognizable model on the road is the Hyundai Tucson, a midsize crossover with an incoming redesign in 2022. A relatively new model is the Hyundai Kona, which provides one of the more complete experiences in the extra-small crossover class. Those interested in a sedan have the Hyundai Elantra, Sonata, as well as the Accent and high-performance Veloster. Several models are also given hybrid powertrains for even more fuel economy. Hyundai has also branched into the luxury market, as the Genesis brand was originally part of the Hyundai name.
Currently, Hyundai is a brand most known for its wide range of standard technology at an affordable price. Compared to other foreign brands, Hyundai prides itself on offering vehicles with reliability and interior versatility. In more recent years, their focus on offering the most standard technology has netted them popularity in the Hyundai Kona, Elantra, and Tucson models, which all ranked fairly high in terms of reviews and reliability. However, Hyundai models don’t typically excel in a single category. Instead, models may sit in the middle of the pack when it comes to fuel economy, off-road capabilities, and engine specifications.