Hyundai now offering discounts on car spares and accessories



a car parked in front of a building: Coronavirus pandemic: Hyundai now offering discounts on car spares and accessories


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Coronavirus pandemic: Hyundai now offering discounts on car spares and accessories

Hyundai Mobis and Hyundai Motors India have recently introduced a Hyundai Mobility Membership Program. This will be launched in the country in a phased manner, and aims to make Hyundai Genuine Accessories more accessible with additional discounts at offer.

Mobis India Limited is the carmaker’s high-quality automotive parts and accessories supplier. It has strategically partnered with the manufacturer to come up with these attractive offers during these unprecedented times of the COVID-19 outbreak. Hyundai car owners can avail all of these benefits through iOS and Android apps on their smartphones. 

What’s more, this strategic partnership also came up with a collection of ‘Kavach accessories’ to safeguard Hyundai car owners from the Coronavirus pandemic. These include a temperature gun, a humidifier and a vacuum cleaner. All of these can be bought from any Hyundai dealership across India.

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Car review: 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT N Line offers fun on a budget – News – telegram.com

The 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT N Line is priced at $24,630, $155 for floor mats.

Car and Driver likes that it’s “handsome all over, capacious cargo storage, frugal highway fuel economy,” but not that the “base engine has feeble acceleration, limited fun factor, popular features require priciest model.”

Last redesigned for the 2019 model year, the Elantra gets few changes for 2020.

The sporty N Line tested might be ripe for bargain hunters, as Hyundai says a new N Line is being developed for 2021. Whether it will land by then, though, seems uncertain, if that’s all they have to say about it in August.

Though Car and Driver makes a negative reference to the Elantra’s power level in the low-end price range, the upscale N Line doesn’t have any of those issues. The 1.6-liter turbo GDI in the N-Line version creates a whopping 201 horsepower, a great deal for

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Hyundai Teases Slick-Looking Soapbox Car It Plans To Sell

This could be the slowest production Hyundai in history.

The Hyundai Design Center Europe is responsible for most of the new Hyundai vehicles sold on the European continent. It is based in Russelsheim, Germany, and was opened in 2003 to ensure all new models of the brand meet “the demanding standards of the European customer” and to “adapt the car to the needs of that specific market.” It turns out the designers from the studio have a significantly wider scope of work than we thought.



Hyundai soapbox teaser image


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Hyundai soapbox teaser image

The South Korean automaker has just released the first teaser image of a rather interesting new product designed in Russelsheim. It has four wheels but is not powered by an engine or an electric motor. Instead, it relies on the power of gravity, which should help it roll on a downhill road.

Without further ado – meet Hyundai’s first-ever

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South Point Hyundai | Hyundai Dealer in Austin, TX

South Point Hyundai

There’s no shortage of things to love at South Point Hyundai. From the experts in our service center and body shop to our professionals in financing, we’re here for you. We know your time is valuable, so let us do all the hard work for you; superb service and friendly folks are what you’ll find here at 4610 S IH 35 in Austin, TX.

It’s easy to jump to the conclusion that shopping for a new Hyundai Sonata, Elantra, Santa Fe Sport, Veloster models can be strenuous, but it doesn’t have to be. At South Point Hyundai our friendly professionals are available to ensure that all your questions are answered while giving you the opportunity to peruse the Hyundai at your liberty. When a vehicle’s caught your eye, simply catch our attention; we’re happy to schedule a test drive at your convenience.

If you’re looking for value, but perhaps aren’t

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Testing V2T (Vehicle to Tent) mode for the Hyundai Kona electric

Whilst CCS charging has yet to officially have the Vehicle to Grid (V2G) capacity available in some countries for CHAdeMO DC charging port fitted vehicles* – the Hyundai Kona electric (which uses the more common CCS DC charging system) does offer a ‘Vehicle to Tent’ function#.

Kona ‘User Settings’ menu

Rather confusingly called ‘Utility Mode’, when activated, it enables all the vehicle 12V systems to be run by the main high-voltage pack. As a result, a fully charged Kona electric can provide many days worth of light to medium duty 12V power to a camping site!

kona utility mode

To enable this ‘V2T’ mode, the Kona needs to be powered on, but in ‘Park’ and with the parking brake activated. At this point the driver’s display menu item ‘Utility mode’ (found in the ‘User settings’ menu) becomes available for selection.

When enabled, all the vehicle 12V systems are fed via the

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