Preview the 2022 Hyundai Kona

2022 Hyundai Kona Limited Exterior  

With refreshments from the ground up, the 2022 Hyundai Kona is already generating excitement in the auto market. The 2022 Kona is a charismatic subcompact SUV from Hyundai with exceptional personality and character. The Kona receives a full makeover for the 2022 model year that gives it a new look, upgraded safety, technology features, and even a new N Line trim. The 2022 Hyundai Kona brings a wave of innovation with a new digital key system, and it offers more conveniences than ever before, including more wireless technology.

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How To Program Your Hyundai Keyless Remote System

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Any time that you replace the battery in your Hyundai keyless remote, you will need to reprogram the system to match your car. You'll need to follow several steps to ensure that your Hyundai keyless remote system is programmed correctly. The process is relatively simple, and you'll be able to access all the remote system's critical features once it has been reprogrammed to your car again.

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Using Hyundai Digital Key

Hyundai Digital Key, Key Fob and Key Card  

You'll find many exciting technology offerings from Hyundai, including the Hyundai Digital Key. The Hyundai Digital Key is available starting with the 2020 Hyundai Sonata. The key gives you the convenient option of accessing your vehicle using your smartphone rather than a regular car key. You can also authorize other people to enter your vehicle if you want. The system doesn't take long to set up, but you'll need to take some proper steps first to get started.

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2021 Elantra Wins North American Car of the Year

2021 Hyundai Elantra N-Line  

The 2021 Hyundai Elantra has earned the honorable title of "2021 North American Car of the Year." The Elantra is the proud recipient of the award given to the Elantra by the American Car, Utility, and Truck of the Year jury. The sedan has now received the "Car of the Year" award for the second time; the first win was in 2012. Hyundai as a manufacturer has now earned recognition for the third time.

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Preview the Hyundai Santa Cruz Truck

Hyundai Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept

Hyundai has confirmed that it’s bringing the Santa Cruz concept into production! The concept (pictured above) was first unveiled at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, and several years later, Hyundai has confirmed that it will officially introduce the model to its lineup. The Santa Cruz will start production sometime in 2021 at the automaker’s assembly plant in Alabama, where they also produce the Elantra, Sonata and Santa Fe.

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Hyundai Reboots IONIQ as EV Brand

Hyundai Reboots IONIQ as EV Brand

The Hyundai IONIQ stands out for its beginnings as the first electric vehicle to offer three powertrains - hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid and battery electric. The latest IONIQ has made improvements and is now equipped with plenty of driver assistance technology, a spacious cabin and a generous volume of cargo capacity in the back. With the reboot of the IONIQ brand dedicated to eco-friendly mobility, we can expect these features and more as Hyundai expands the electric vehicle line with a range of models to be launched over the next four years.

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

As a car owner, you have a responsibility to maintain your vehicle to ensure it retains its good working condition. Slacking off on maintenance could mean that small problems snowball into larger ones. Fortunately, car maintenance does not have to be expensive or time-consuming. Here are a few tips on how to keep your car dependable.

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5 Things to Do During Covid-19 Social Distancing

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As COVID-19 spreads around the world, the most effective way to reduce and prevent the virus from spreading is to practice social distancing. Social distancing means isolating yourself from your friends, family, and Co-workers to avoid further infections. If at all you have to socialize, you should restrict your gatherings to a minimum of 10 people.

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