Monthly Archives: January 2014
As promised in an earlier post, here are the TV commercials Hyundai will be running during the 2014 Superbowl:
The Hyundai Pull Ahead Program is a great opportunity for current lease customers- if and when it’s available. It allows Hyundai lease customers to get out of their lease early- with no added cost, but with lots of savings. The program varies and is only available for a limited time period.
But the funny thing is- even people who should know better sometimes ignore it when Hyundai tries to tell them about it. (Including one of the people responsible for this blog. No foolin’.)
Hyundai revealed its second-generation Genesis mid-size premium sedan today. Dramatic new proportions highlight the all-new Genesis sport sedan. The new 2015 Genesis has a long hood and roof line that emphasizes the appearance of power and room.
And it’s going to come with all sorts of new high tech goodies. For example, 2015 Hyundai Genesis owners wearing Google Glass will be able to lock and unlock their doors, start the engine, and remember where they have parked- all without swiping a finger or digging for a lost phone.
Service alerts can be set to flash on the Glass display, prompting the wearer to call Mirak Hyundai to schedule an appointment, and directions to the dealership—or any other destination for that matter—can be sent from Glass to the car’s navigation system.
Available features include automatic braking, head-up display, 12-way power front seats, adaptive suspension, variable-ratio electric power steering and lane departure warning.
To top this all off, the 2015 Hyundai Genesis will have a commercial during the 2014 Super Bowl. (As soon as we find a video of the Superbowl spot, we will post it here on our blog.)
Mirak Hyundai is a Boston Area Hyundai dealer in Arlington, MA.
Recently, Jason Kurker from Mirak Hyundai did some research on Edmunds dot com comparing the total cost of owning a Hyundai Elantra over five years- vs owning a comparable Honda or Ford for the same period.
We made a web page highlighting his findings.
(Guess which brand costs less over the long run? 🙂