THE CAR BOOK HONORS HYUNDAI GENESIS AND SONATA WITH “BEST BET” AWARDS

Posted on 04. Dec, 2016 by in Hyundai Canada

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Apr 27, 2016 – The Hyundai Genesis and Sonata were respected with The Car Book’s 2016 “BEST BET” distinction. For 36 years, The Car Book has comparison vehicles for this approval formed on their response to a opening and reserve needs of a American automobile buyer.

“Hyundai continues to surpass patron expectations in terms of build peculiarity and customary features,” pronounced Jack Gillis, author, The Car Book. “By charity vehicles that respond to a reserve and opening needs of today’s consumers, Hyundai continues to make a poignant grant to improving a marketplace choices for a American automobile buyer.”

The Car Book has been an critical beam to assistance automobile buyers make intelligent and essential decisions. The association evaluates vehicles in 9 categories: pile-up tests, reserve features, rollover, medicine maintenance, correct costs, warranty, fuel economy, complaints and insurance, with a heaviest importance on safety.

“The BEST BET approval from The Car Book demonstrates a importance on reserve and opening with confidant styling and modernized technologies opposite a sedan lineup,” pronounced Mike O’Brien, clamp president, Corporate and Product Planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Within a swarming sedan shred today, we essay to broach cars that are ‘better’ in any aspect, to win over a needs of automobile buyers—from improved reserve to improved performance. This is a guarantee we will continue to broach to a customers.”

The 2016 Genesis is versed with many modernized reserve record options, including ESC, Lane Departure Warning System, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Brake Assist and Electronic Brake Distribution, Lane Change Assist and a rearview camera. In addition, a Genesis includes Sensory Surround Safety Technologies that assistance motorist alertness, focusing on sum passenger reserve and a reserve of other drivers nearby.

The 2016 Sonata combined even some-more reserve equipment, creation Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) functionality accessible to models formerly versed with Forward Collision Warning (FCW). Standard reserve apparatus includes Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) with Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Traction Control System; a driver’s side blind-spot mirror; 7 airbags, including a driver’s knee airbag; four-wheel front brakes and ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist; and Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) with indicators for any tire.

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