Buyer's Guide

Hyundai

Hyundai has become increasingly popular in the U.S, thanks to its generous basic warranty and cars that have continued to improve. Hyundai's value-driven lineup includes the Elantra compact , Tucson crossover, and Sonata midsize sedan. What you'll no longer find in Hyundai's lineup are luxury cars, now that the automaker has broken out Genesis as a separate luxury brand.

Least Expensive: Buyers looking for a budget-minded economy car can the Hyundai Accent. Customers can either choose from a sedan or a four-door hatchback model with a starting price under $17,000.

Sportiest: Now that the rear-drive Genesis Coupe is gone, one somewhat sporty offering includes the Elantra Sport, which has 200 hp, a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with paddle shifters, and an upgraded suspension.

Popular: Along with the Sonata midsize sedan, the smaller Elantra lineup has continued to remain popular.

Most Expensive: With the Genesis luxury lineup's strategic rebranding, the company's most expensive model is now the three-row Santa Fe SUV. With all the boxes checked, the Santa Fe can near $45,000.

Utility/Offroad
$20100
33 / Hwy 27 / City
Overview All-new in 2018, the Hyundai Kona carries over to 2019 with only a few tech and cosmetic changes. Su...
$58735
58 / Hwy 65 / City
$31550
26 / Hwy 19 / City
$25900
29 / Hwy 22 / City
$23350
28 / Hwy 23 / City
Overview The refreshed 2019 Hyundai Tucson features a revised exterior design and a 2.4-liter I-4 replacing t...
$17250
35 / Hwy 27 / City
Sports
$18600
33 / Hwy 25 / City
Midsize/Fullsize
$23400
38 / Hwy 28 / City
Overview The 2019 Hyundai Sonata is unchanged from the 2018.5 model with one exception: All Plus models have ...
Compact
$15195
39 / Hwy 29 / City
Overview Hyundai updated the Accent's base SE trim with a chrome grille, the SEL trim receives fog lights and...
$18950
41 / Hwy 31 / City
$23000
59 / Hwy 57 / City
Overview New for 2019...

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