We’re proud of the vehicles we sell at Tipton Hyundai, and we aren’t the only ones who recognize the greatness of the Hyundai brand. Recently, Car and Driver magazine released its annual list of favorite vehicles, and seven Hyundai models made the cut. Here’s a quick look at the stellar models that made the 2021 Car and Driver Editors’ Choice List — all of which are available at our dealership in Brownsville, Texas.
First up was the Hyundai Accent, which impressed the judges with its stylish interior and mature design. Next was the Hyundai Elantra, which was recognized for its striking exterior and exciting N Line trim level. The Hyundai Sonata’s features and fuel economy gave it a high spot on the list, and the Hyundai Veloster N stood out for its hatchback design and turbo-powered performance.
The subcompact Hyundai Kona was praised for its “cheeky design” and turbo engine, and its all-electric cousin, the Hyundai Kona Electric, was applauded for its range.
Last but not least, the Hyundai Palisade earned a spot on the 2021 Car and Driver Editor’s Choice List for its spacious interior, segment-leading features, and classy trim levels.
If you’re interested in owning any of these quality family vehicles in Brownsville, Texas, visit Tipton Hyundai or browse our affordable inventory of new and used Hyundai models online.
Hyundai offers drivers a diverse, high-quality lineup of vehicles, and the brand has earned its fair share of accolades over the years. Recently, Hyundai added two more titles to its trophy cabinet — two Car and Driver Editors’ Choice awards.
The winning vehicles are the Hyundai Ioniq and the Hyundai Accent, which took home the top spots in the Hybrid and Subcompact segments, respectively.
The Hyundai Accent was recognized by editors at Car and Driver for its distinctive design and style, as well as interior comfort, quality materials, and great fuel economy.
The Hyundai Ioniq stood out from other hybrids in its segment with three cutting-edge powertrains that deliver best-in-class efficiency. In addition to the standard hybrid model, the Hyundai Ioniq is available in electric and plug-in hybrid powertrains.
Mike O’Brien, the vice president of Hyundai Motor America’s Product, Corporate, and Digital Planning division, expressed gratitude for Hyundai’s honors, saying, “Car and Driver is one of the most trusted names in automotive journalism and we’re honored to have the Ioniq and Accent included in their Editors’ Choice Picks.”
The winners of the Car and Driver Editors’ Choice awards were determined through rigorous testing, track performance, and other in-depth criteria, proving that the Hyundai Accent and Ioniq are standouts in their classes.