2017 SANTA FE SPORT, TUCSON and SONATA PICK UP A NHTSA 5-STAR OVERALL SAFETY RATING
The government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducts vehicle testing each year to give consumers information about crashworthiness, collision avoidance and other areas that improve the safety of new vehicles. The 2017 Santa Fe Sport, Tucson, and Sonata have received NHTSA's highest overall safety rating for 2017.
2016 TUCSON NAMES BEST COMPACT SUV FOR THE MONEY BY U.S NEWS & WORLD REPORT
It?s quite an accomplishment. Especially when you look at the factors this prestigious award is based on. Best Cars evaluated vehicles on quality and value data within 23 categories and determined that the Hyundai Tucson topped its vehicle segment for Lowest Five-year Total Cost of Ownership.
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SANTA FE SPORT EARNS A 2016 IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+
The Santa Fe Sport when equipped with optional Automatic Emergency Braking, excelled in high-speed frontal crash tests, side crash tests, rollover tests and more to earn this award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
SONATA NAMED A 2016 IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+
Vehicles must excel in high-speed frontal crash tests, side crash tests, rollover tests and more to earn this award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), when equipped with optional Automatic Emergency Braking
TUCSON NAMED A 2016 IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+
Vehicles must excel in high-speed frontal crash tests, side crash tests, rollover tests and more to earn this award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), when equipped with optional Automatic Emergency Braking.
Hyundai EARNS HIGH MARKS IN ANNUAL J.D. POWER IQS
Hyundai models ranked at the top of the J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study (IQS). Tucson placed No. 1 for the highest initial quality in the small SUV segment, just as the all-new 2016 Tucson is scheduled to hit your dealerships this summer. In addition, Accent earned the top spot in the small-car segment for the second year in a row, while Elantra and Santa Fe finished second in their respective categories. We finished ahead of Japanese brands Toyota, Honda and Nissan; domestic automakers Chevy and Ford, and even beat out luxury brands, such as Lexus, Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
Setting the industry benchmark, the J.D. Power IQS is the highest honor a manufacturer can achieve in vehicle quality. This year also marks the second year in a row that Hyundai placed fourth in the industry, and the fourth time we finished among the top four brands overall. In addition, we also ranked second place among non-premium manufacturers.
Hyundai continues to rank high for its quality and fewer customers report quality-related issues with their Hyundai models – a feat that does not go unnoticed. It is a true testament to our collective continued commitment to customer safety and satisfaction. We are proud of this powerful message and plan to widely promote with potential Hyundai customers, driving foot traffic to your showrooms, increasing sales and profitability.
Hyundai • Hyundai ranks #4 among all nameplates and #2 among non-premium brands • Awarded 2 trophies from J.D. Power o Small Car – Accent o Small SUV– Tucson • Hyundai has 4 vehicles ranking in the top 2 in their segments o Segment wins – Tucson, Accent o Second-place – Elantra, Santa Fe
Sonata has been honored as a 2015 Ten Best Family Car
Another great accolade for the all-new 2015MY Sonata, from our colleagues at both Edmunds.com and Parents Magazine. The Sonata has been honored as a 2015 Ten Best Family Car, for its array of safety features, family-friendly features, roomy cabin layout and driving characteristics.
Hyundai Santa Fe wins for the 3rd Straight Year in a Row
It’s Official for the third straight year, US News & World Report named the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe the best 3rd row SUV for the money!
2015 Genesis awarded highest safety rating by IIHS
Our award-winning2015 Genesissedan continues segment leadership as the first and only rear-wheel drive vehicle in its class to receive the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) highest honor as a 2014TOP SAFETY PICK+when equipped with optional front crash prevention. Genesis is also the first rear-wheel drive luxury sedan to earn a Good rating in the small overlap crash test.
IIHS rates vehicles in a moderate overlap front crash, small overlap front crash, side impact and rollover test, and evaluates seat/head restraints for protection against neck injuries in rear impact collisions. Additionally, IIHS evaluates available front crash prevention systems that aim to prevent a crash or lessen its severity. Winners of theTOP SAFETY PICK+award must earn Good ratings for occupant protection in the moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint tests, no less than acceptable in the small overlap test, and at least a basic rating for front crash prevention.