Hyundai has gained a reputation for manufacturing feature-laden vehicles that are both affordable and fuel-efficient. At Ontario Hyundai, you can test drive from the following choices among our extensive inventory.
Among the many SUV models, the new Hyundai Venue stands out as the most affordable and maneuvers nimbly through Ontario traffic with its compact size and an EPA-estimated 33 MPG combined. On the opposite side of the size spectrum, the Hyundai Palisade seats up to 8 on three rows while pampering its riders with available Nappa leather seating surfaces and a driver’s seat that massages you into relaxing. Between them, the Hyundai Santa Fe relies on up to 281 horsepower for off-road strength but also protects you in the city with SmartSense driver assists.
The new Hyundai Elantra enhances sedan sophistication with a chiseled exterior and a Digital Key that lets you unlock doors and start the engine with your smartphone. A sportier version, the Elantra N, launches you on the highway with a 2.0-liter Turbo 4-cylinder that puts out 276 horsepower and 289 lb.-ft. of torque while informing you with a couple of 10.25-inch graphic displays.
It may look like a pickup, but the Hyundai Santa Cruz is the brand’s Sport Adventure Vehicle. You’ll get plenty of fun out of the 2.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder that excites up to 281 horsepower and 311 lb.-ft. of torque. Its cargo bed is big enough to hold camping gear, surfboards, or tailgate fixings and can come with an available integrated tonneau cover that rolls over and protects what you’re carrying.
Hybrids combine the range of conventional gas engines with emission-free electric motors. Hyundai offers hybrid options in SUV and sedan categories to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045.
The brand’s most popular SUV, the Hyundai Tucson, is available as a hybrid that gets up to 38 MPG on the highway, even while its standard HTRAC All-Wheel Drive maximizes control and traction. For even less of an impact on the environment, the plug-in hybrid version of this model runs for up to 33 miles on pure electricity and achieves up to 35 MPG combined.
If your first thought about alternative-fuel vehicles consists of plugging into electric power, then you’ll love the all-electric 2023 Kona Electric. It generates up to 201 horsepower while traveling up to 258 miles on a single charge. The upcoming Hyundai IONIQ 6 features an all-digital dashboard and looks for a range of around 320 miles with the larger 77.4-kWh battery pack.
A more advanced mode of propulsion appears in the NEXO Fuel Cell, which impresses as the world’s first dedicated hydrogen-powered SUV. It travels up to 380 miles with 161 horsepower while emitting only warm air and water vapor. Buying this vehicle gives you up to $4,500 from a California Clean Vehicle Rebate, but also 3 years or up to $15,000 miles of complimentary fuel, whichever comes first.