Buyer's Guide


Hyundai has become increasingly popular in the U.S, thanks to its generous basic warranty and cars that have continued to improve. The automaker's value-driven lineup includes the Elantra compact, Santa Fe midsize crossover, Sonata midsize sedan, and the Palisade three-row SUV flagship. 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. It's no longer offered as a hatchback, but the sedan can be had for under $17,000.

Sportiest: Now that the rear-drive Genesis Coupe is gone, you'll have to make do  with the nutty Veloster N (we kid, this car rocks). It boasts lots of power, a great chassis, and—for the 2021 year—your choice of manual or dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Popular: The compact Elantra sedan and Tucson crossover occupy the top of Hyundai's sales reports.

Most Expensive: With Genesis branching out and building true Korean luxury cars, Hyundai's new flagship is the three-row Palisade SUV. With every box ticked, it'll approach $50,000. That said, if you live in California, you can spend more than $60,000 on the hydrogen-powered Nexo SUV.

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