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2021 Hyundai Tucson: The Affordable Small SUV You Can’t Ignore

The 2021 Hyundai Tucson. Maybe you’ve heard of it, maybe you haven’t. Here’s the one thing you need to know: this is the small SUV that offers the most bang for your buck, bar none. Alliteration aside, this vehicle offers everything you need while carrying a price tag that’ll remind you that brand-new wheels aren’t out of reach.

Are you on the hook yet? Let the reeling in continue.

The 2021 Hyundai Tucson comes with features that’ll have you wondering what century you’re actually in: wireless device charging, an abundance of safety features and a 5-five safety rating, and up to 28mph on the highway — because who doesn’t want to save money on gas?

These days, it’s all about making sure you and your precious cargo are well cared for. As it turns out, the 2021 Hyundai Tucson is in your corner. Forward-Collision Avoidance Assist, Bluetooth hands-free calling and rear-view monitoring all come standard.

On top of the safety features, the 2021 Hyundai Tucson also boasts a 161-hp 2.0L GDI 4-cylinder engine, a dual-level cargo floor and a sleek interior design that’ll have you feeling like you’re riding with royalty. All-wheel drive, windshield wiper de-icer, and Downhill Brake Control features can also be added to make the package even sweeter. The list of pros with this affordable small SUV goes on and on.

The best thing about the 2021 Hyundai Tucson? There’s an option for every budget.

The base SE starts at $23,000 while still offering Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, Lane Keep Assistance and a 7-inch color touchscreen display. Next up is the Value trim (starting at $25,150), which offers Blind-spot Collision Warning and a Blue Link Connected Car System. Not impressed? How about the SEL (starting at $26,100), which comes equipped with 18” alloy wheels and dual automatic temperature control.

The possibilities don’t end there.

Step up to the Hyundai Tucson Sport (starting at $28,250), featuring 19” alloy wheels, full LED headlights and Infinity Premium Audio. Still not there yet? How about the Limited (starting at $29,400), which comes equipped with a Surround View Monitor, leather seating surfaces and a heated steering wheel? Okay fine – let’s turn the dial all the way to Ultimate (starting at $32,050), delivering Pedestrian Detection, an 8” touchscreen with navigation, and a panoramic sunroof. 

It’s true — you can have it all without breaking the bank.

Still not satisfied with the customization options? There’s a wide array of color choices available, ranging from Winter White to Dusk Blue. If you can dream it, there’s a good chance Hyundai is ready to deliver it with the 2021 Tucson.

Despite the low price, don’t think for a second that you aren’t getting a deal. Hyundai is continuously raising the bar and making competitors uncomfortable with their yearly releases, such as with 2021 Palisade. The 2021 Tucson is no exception, offering tremendous value and safety for a car that won’t require you to empty your savings account.

Visit Greg May Hyundai today to see first-hand how a 2021 Hyundai Tucson can elevate the way you drive.

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Hyundai delivers more high-tech features with the 2021 Santa Fe

New Technology Features for the 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe 

The Hyundai Santa Fe makes a strong case for being the automaker’s flagship crossover SUV. For the new model year, it is going through what people in the automotive industry refer to as a significant refresh. Future owners of the two-row crossover SUV will also see a revised engine menu that includes a hybrid option. However, it is the new technology features for the 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe that brings us together today. Hyundai engineers are adding a pair of wireless capability, both charging and connectivity, as well as an available premium audio system. While we’re waiting to learn more about the rest of what the 2021 Santa Fe has to offer, here is a look at the multimedia and connectivity equipment.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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Get a closer look at the 2021 Tucson available at Greg May Hyundai today

Performance Specs, Fuel Economy and Cargo Volume specs for the 2021 Hyundai Tucson 

The Hyundai Tucson is one of the most competitive crossover SUVs in a very competitive segment of the automotive industry. For the new model year, Hyundai didn’t make a whole lot of changes to its most popular vehicle platform. However, that doesn’t mean Greg May Hyundai customers would be wasting their time taking a closer look at the performance specs, fuel economy and cargo volume specs for the 2021 Hyundai Tucson. The two-row crossover SUV continues to offer a spacious and flexible interior that can be propelled by one of two efficient powertrains. Our team of product experts wanted to make sure people know this information before they take the 2021 Tucson (which is available now) for a test drive.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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2020 Hyundai Sonata Has Trim Levels for Every Budget

When it comes to both value and features you may not be able to find a mid-sized sedan that fits that description as well as the 2020 Hyundai Sonata. With several trim levels and configurations to choose from at multiple price levels, it is easy to find something fantastic to fit almost any budget and need. The Hyundai Sonata has features that can even rival and beat many of the other cars in its class. 

Hyundai Sonata Trim Levels

The 2020 Hyundai Sonata has four different trim levels that each offer various features and exterior color options. 

2020 Hyundai Sonata SE

The SE, which is the most basic trim model, has all of the basic features you need and sits at a great price point. The engine is not the most powerful but it does afford the car great gas mileage at 28 MPG in the city and 38 MPG on the Hwy. 

As for convenience and safety items, it comes with most of the things you would expect on a standard trim level. There is a backup camera, lane keeping assist, Apple CarPlay/Android, keyless entry, and an alarm. The seats are usually cloth but you can choose a different material. The price for this trim level starts at $23,600 and really has some of the best value features for the money. 

2020 Hyundai Sonata SEL

This trim option is very similar to the SE trim level. The engines, drive, and gas mileage are all the same. And any of the features that come with the 2020 Hyundai Sonata SE will come with the SEL model. Most of the differences are going to be in the optional convenience features. This model has the option for a panoramic roof, remote start, universal garage door opener, or a leather wrapped steering wheel. 

You can also choose some better sound and entertainment features such as a premium sound system or satellite radio. The basic starting price for this trim level is $25,700.

2020 Hyundai Sonata SEL Plus

The 2020 Hyundai Sonata SEL Plus has a little bit more get up and go than the previous two trim models. This means that the engine is more high powered and results in slightly lower gas mileage in the city and on the highway. The MPG is 27/36 respectively. The engine is an intercooled turbo regular unleaded I-4 1.6 L/98. 

There are more entertainment options as well as smartphone integration. This model also has a navigation system and an onboard hands-free communication system. 

The seats can also be a premium synthetic material and have comfort aspects such as lumbar support and heated seats. Pricing for this level starts at $27,650 which still makes it an economical choice. 

2020 Hyundai Sonata Limited

This is the highest trim level. It has the same engine and gas mileage as the SEL plus and has all of the standard features of the previous models. It does have other luxury items that can be added and a larger range of exterior color choices.

This Limited has a fully equipped infotainment system and button gear shift rather than the traditional gear shift. Hyundai’s button gears are actually better than what Honda has out right now. Prices for this model start at $33,500

If you are wanting to see these trim level options for yourself call Greg May Hyundai to schedule a test drive. 

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Not sure where to start looking for a new car? Let Greg May Hyundai help

Which 2021 Hyundai sedan should I buy? 

The Greg May Hyundai showroom is filled with outstanding vehicles that can meet just about any customer need or budget. It is amazing how many come to speak to our team of product experts and their first question is something to the tune of, ‘Which 2021 Hyundai sedan should I buy?’ We understand that researching a new vehicle purchase is a daunting task and that it is very easy to get overwhelmed. One of the lessons we’ve learned over the years is that a well-informed shopper can very quickly become a happy customer. Our team of product experts found a couple of videos from KelleyBlueBook.com that can serve as a great jumping-off point to shopping for a new car. If you like what you see or if you have more questions that need to be answered, make an appointment to speak with one of our product experts today.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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Greg May Hyundai introduces you to the latest connectivity technology

What can I do with Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ in my Hyundai car? 

Hyundai has worked very hard to make sure it is on the cutting-edge of automotive technology. That effort has included using modern engineering methods to ensure our vehicles are class leaders in terms of handling, performance and fuel economy. As we enter a new decade of the 21st century, our manufacturing partner has focused more on how our lineup is able to work with outside digital devices. If you’re new to our brand and you’re wondering, ‘What can I do with Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ in my Hyundai car,’ you’re in luck. Our team of Greg May Hyundai product experts did a little homework to help educate our customers. Let’s see what they found.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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2021 Hyundai Palisade Vs. 2020 Hyundai Palisade

Luxury midsize SUVs are known for their premium features as well as their high sticker prices. If you want an SUV that offers the best of the best, we are here to tell you that you do not have to buy what is labeled as a luxury SUV to experience a premium drive. With the new 2021 Hyundai Palisade you can experience premium features without paying the price of a luxury SUV with the newly added Calligraphy Trim. 

If you haven’t heard of the Hyundai Palisade that was released just last year for 2020 then you are missing out. This SUV is actually a front runner in its class despite being the new kid on the block. The new year is coming which means the 2021 Hyundai Palisade will be gracing the showrooms anytime now. Since COVID has changed the timing of many things it isn’t clear when exactly they will be arriving. But when they do, what can we expect to be different with the new 2021 model since the whole line is relatively new?

What Is New for the 2021 Hyundai Palisade

When talking about the differences between year model cars it can be a matter of splitting hairs. There may not be much that has changed because the model was so popular the year before. With the 2021 Hyundai Palisade, there will be a few great interior changes that will make life more convenient for the owner. With smartphones at the center of our society right now, having a car with standard smartphone integration is appreciated. Hyundai recognized that and added it to all of the 2021 Palisades regardless of the trim package. There are also LED headlights added as well as an increase in trailer wiring. There are also select features that have been added to the SEL trim package. 

While all of these things make an already great midsize 3rd row SUV even better, the most notable change is the addition of the Calligraphy trim package. This is a package that makes this SUV Genesis-esque quality with a price point that is accessible to a larger population. 

What Is Included With the Palisade Calligraphy Trim Package

The Calligraphy Package is something Hyundai added to give this SUV the feel of luxury without luxury prices. What you can expect to get with this package are several notable features:

  • Quilted leather door panels
  • Microfiber-suede headliner 
  • Puddle lamps, cargo sill protection plate 
  • Perforated leather steering wheel 
  • Downhill brake control 
  • HTRAC AWD setup 
  • Spider mesh alloy wheels
  • Rear-accent tail light structure 
  • LED center spotlight 

These are features you would expect to see in a luxury midsize SUV with a much larger price point. Hyundai has made these features available for a much smaller investment. When you test drive the new 2021 Hyundai Palisade with the Calligraphy Trim you may forget that you aren’t driving a luxury 3rd row SUV. Hyundai wants you to feel that way with these luxurious features. 

If you are curious about how luxurious these features really are and can’t wait to take a test drive, Greg May Hyundai is ready to help you. Getting behind the wheel of this luxurious 3rd row 2021 Palisade will have you believing the hype about the newest model of the Palisade with the Calligraphy Trim. 

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Do you know what to do when your lease is about to end?

Where can I turn-in my Hyundai lease in Waco, TX? 

Leasing an automobile has become an increasingly popular way for people to get their hands on the great vehicles produced by Hyundai, and other automakers – we suppose. If you’re leasing your first vehicle and your term is about to end you might be wondering, ‘Where can I turn-in my Hyundai lease in Waco, TX?’ Luckily, the product experts working at the Greg May Hyundai showroom have all the information you’ll need. What you want to do when your lease is over, start a new lease or buy your current vehicle, will dictate what steps you need to take. Our team thought it would be helpful if we answered a few common Hyundai lease-end questions. Let’s take a closer look.  Read the rest of this entry >>

2021 Elantra

The 2021 Hyundai Elantra Redesign: What We Know So Far

Starting in the fall, the much anticipated Hyundai Elantra redesign will be available at dealerships throughout the country. Lots of changes will be found on the 2021 Hyundai Elantra that make it more attractive to buyers than ever. 

While the starting price hasn’t officially been released, it will likely be similar to the 2020 base price of $19,300. The affordable price coupled with impressive style, performance and safety features are sure to attract buyers who want a great value without sacrificing on comfort and handling.

Under the Hood

The 2021 Hyundai Elantra will be available with three engine choices:

Traditional Gas
The perfect mix of power and excellent gas mileage is what you can expect from the gas engine in the latest Hyundai Elantra redesign.

N Line Turbo Engine
Want more power? You’ve got it! The N Line Turbo is wrapped up with a new, sportier look and is a powerful engine that gets up and goes.

Hybrid
For the first time, the Elantra is available with a hybrid engine. The innovative tech that drives the Elantra hybrid delivers superior gas mileage while maintaining impressive performance capabilities.

A Bold Design

Anyone who says looks don’t matter is fooling themselves—at least when it comes to cars! Buyers want head-turning style, and you’ll get it with the new Elantra. 

The sedan is lower and wider, giving it a more aggressive look. You’ll still have your choice of several bold colors and, while not announced yet, there will likely be a few new color options. 

Safe on the Road

Safety has always been a priority to Hyundai, and the maker doesn’t disappoint on the 2021 Elantra. You’ll find updated safety and driver assist features that you’d expect to find in vehicles costing twice as much. 

Safety shouldn’t be a premium feature, so the affordable Hyundai Elantra includes:

  • High Beam Assist
  • Forward-Collision Avoidance Assist
  • Driver Attention Warning
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • Smart Cruise Control
  • Blind Spot Collision Avoidance
  • Highway Drive Assist
  • Lane Following Assist
  • Rear Cross Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist

Tech and Comfort

As is the case with safety, you’ll find tech and comfort features that are unexpected on a vehicle with a starting price of less than $20,000.

Voice-activated commands aren’t featured on any other car in the class but with the Elantra, rolling down your windows, opening  your truck, heating your seats, and other actions are easy as saying it out loud!

Other features include:

Digital Key
Open your doors and start your engine with your smartphone. Need to have a friend pick up your car? You can share the digital key so they can use their own smartphone. 

Touchscreen
A 10.25-inch touchscreen—the largest in the class—is available to put entertainment and information at your fingertips.

Greg May Hyundai looks forward to offering this updated sedan to our customers. Contact us to keep in touch and to be among the first to know when the 2021 Hyundai Elantra arrives! Need a car now? We maintain an impressive in-stock selection of quality new and used vehicles. Stop by today and drive away with a great deal!

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Check out the best parts of America without leaving your house

Virtual Road Trip Videos from Hyundai 

We are just about a week away from Labor Day Weekend 2020. In normal times, people would be planning one last long weekend trip with friends or family. But, unfortunately, that isn’t going to be terribly feasible this year. However, if you would like to visit a few sites that might be off-limits this year, these virtual road trip videos from Hyundai might be worth a look. Our team collected these videos produced by our manufacturing partner that will show off some of the most iconic travel destinations in the United States including, the Grand Tetons, Big Sur, Sequoia National Park and Zion National Park. Hopefully, next year will be better for getting out of the house. If you’ll be in the market for a new vehicle, we hope you’ll take a look at what is available in the Greg May Hyundai showroom.  Read the rest of this entry >>