Four Hyundai models, Accent, Elantra, Genesis Coupe and Tucson warranted a eminence of “Best Value in America” for 2012 from Vincentric, an automotive information gathering and research firm. Tucson warranted tip honors in a Crossover Compact Entry-Level difficulty for a second year in a row. Accent won a endowment in a Subcompact category, Elantra in a Compact Sedan difficulty and Genesis Coupe in a Mid-Size Coupe category.
“Hyundai’s 4 Vincentric Best Value in America winners simulate a gains Hyundai has shown over a past several years in terms of sales, styling, and altogether marketplace acceptance,” pronounced David Wurster, president, Vincentric. “This creates clever residual values, that in spin reduces debasement cost, thereby obscure sum cost of tenure for Hyundai vehicles.”
Vincentric measures cost-of-ownership regulating 8 opposite cost factors: depreciation, fuel, insurance, event cost, financing, maintenance, taxes and state fees, and repairs. Using a statistical model, a association identified a Best Value in America winners by measuring that vehicles had a reduce than approaching tenure costs given their marketplace shred and price. Each car was evaluated in all 50 states and a District of Columbia regulating a operation of annual mileage intervals and word profiles.
“The Accent, Elantra, Genesis Coupe and Tucson are all primary examples of models that not usually accommodate though surpass patron expectations when it comes to value,” pronounced Scott Margason, director, Product Planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Hyundai’s high fuel economy vehicles total with a clever Assurance module reduces a altogether cost of tenure and allows a association to offer peculiarity vehicles with really clever residual values.”
Further information per all of a winners of a Vincentric Best Value in America awards for a 2012 indication year and a Vincentric methodology is accessible during www.vincentric.com.
Vincentric provides data, knowledge, and discernment to a automotive attention by identifying and requesting a many aspects of automotive value. Vincentric information is used by organizations such as Yahoo! Autos, AOL, Cars.com, Chevrolet, Toyota, Kiplinger.com, Business Fleet Magazine, Volvo, NADA Guides, The AutoChannel.com, BMW and Fleet-Central.com as a means of providing automotive discernment to their clientele. Vincentric, LLC is a secretly hold automotive information gathering and research organisation headquartered in Bingham Farms, Michigan.