The Hyundai Tucson will get an exciting redesign, new powertrain options, and more for the 2022 model year. Set go to on sale in the U.S. around summer 2021, the 2022 Tucson will arrive on our shores after a boom in its popularity over the last few years.
With sharp cuts, a new angular look, and a new grille, the
exterior of the Tucson is the most noticeable change in the new generation.
Inside the Tucson you’ll find a more spacious interior with a standard 8-inch
infotainment touch screen. You can also update to an available 10.3-inch screen
and a separate instrument cluster screen.
The new Tucson will offer three new powertrain options,
including a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder at 178 horsepower, and a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder
hybridized engine that puts out a total of 229 horsepower. The Tucson will also
offer a plug-in hybrid powertrain that lets you drive on electric-only power
for a certain number of miles before switching back to gas.
Hyundai will also equip the new Tucson with high-tech
amenities like Hyundai Digital Key, which lets you lock and unlock your Tucson
and start or turn off the engine from your phone. There’s also the car-to-home
system that allows you can control your smart home appliances.
For more information on the 2022 Hyundai Tuscon and a chance to test drive the current Hyundai lineup, visit us at Tipton Hyundai today.
If you’re looking for a new way to celebrate Halloween this year, try out some of the following family craft projects. Not only are these fun DIY ideas great for the whole family to do, but they can also leave you with new decorations for your home.
Rather than cut a face into
your pumpkins this year, decorate them with some paint and pom-poms. Each kid
can paint a pumpkin in a different color. After they’re done, mix acrylic paint
and water together. Cover a craft brush with the mixture, and let your kids tap
it above the pumpkins to add pops of color. Once your pumpkins are dry, they
can then glue pom-poms in different patterns.
Create a unique cat garland
for your living room by first tracing the shape of a cat face onto colored
paper roughly 20 times. Cut out the cat faces, and hole punch their eyes. Pull
string lights through the eyes, and then hang up the garland as you please.
Tissue Box Monsters
If you have empty tissue
boxes, your kids can turn them into adorable monsters. They can paint the boxes
in bright colors, add googly eyes, use pom-poms as hair, and more. This is a
chance for your kids to truly get creative.
During the Halloween season, if you need any maintenance or a new family hauler, don’t hesitate to give us a call at Tipton Hyundai in Brownsville, Texas.
As a recent college graduate, you are on the verge of a new
chapter. You have worked hard to earn your degree, and now you need a vehicle
to get to work. Since student loans may be looming and entry-level wages are
restrictive, the vehicle you choose should deliver an affordable price tag and
high-quality features. In other words, you need the Hyundai Kona.
The stylish SUV earned Autotrader’s stamp of approval with a spot on its list of the 10 Best Cars for Recent College Graduates. The SUV does not skimp on looks, a fun-to-drive attitude, or most importantly, modern connectivity tech like Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. The user-friendly infotainment system will help keep you connected and entertained. The choice of bold exterior colors will garner appreciative glances and allows you a chance to highlight your personal style.
“We angled out list toward those cars that have a low price
but still offer style and fun,” said Brian Moody, Autotrader’s executive
editor. “The Hyundai Kona highlights that spirit perfectly. The Kona is one of
those things in life that looks more expensive than its actual price.”
The 2020 Hyundai Kona boasts a Manufacturer’s Suggested
Retail Price of $20,300.* You can save even more if you seek out a pre-owned
Whether you want a new or pre-owned Hyundai Kona, you will find an option to fit your needs and budget at Tipton Hyundai in Brownsville, Texas.
*MSRP excludes freight charges, tax, title, and license fees. Freight charges and actual dealer prices may vary. Vehicles displayed may contain optional equipment at additional cost. Accessory items shown may vary according to model and illustration.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, or NHTSA, has awarded the 2020 Hyundai Palisade with a 5-star safety rating. This further affirms the automaker’s commitment towards building cars that provide families with the best possible driver-assist functions, safety features, and structural integrity.
The 2020 Hyundai Palisade received the NHTSA’s
highest overall safety score in both FWD and AWD configurations. It also
received the highest scores in both frontal and side crash testing.
Seven standard airbags line the three-row
family SUV, two of which are full-length side-curtain bags to ensure the safety
of third-row passengers.
The 2020 Palisade also received high praise
from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, which named it a 2020 Top
Safety Pick for vehicles with available LED headlights.
A wide assortment of safety features help make
the 2020 Palisade the safest three-row SUV on the market. Forward-Collision
Avoidance with Pedestrian Detection prevents frontal collisions and Driver
Attention Warning alerts you if your driving indicates fatigue or
The advanced safety features offered in the
2020 Hyundai Palisade come on top of the 5-star crash test rating, meaning that
even if you don’t opt for them, you’ll be driving in one of the safest vehicles
If you want to experience the peace of mind offered by the 2020 Palisade, schedule a test drive at Tipton Hyundai in Brownsville, Texas, today.
Traveling with kids is hardly the same experience twice. One
day they can be calm and content to watch the world go by. Other days, the
journey bores them or makes them cry, fidget or at worst, scream. Although you
can’t control their emotional state while you’re on the road, you can help keep
them safe by picking the right child seat for your Hyundai crossover or SUV.
The first step in choosing the right car seat for your child is abiding by guidelines from safety experts such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The age and weight of your child will determine when he or she is ready to move from a rear-facing car seat to a forward-facing car seat. Or when a booster seat is no longer needed, and he or she can safely ride with just a fastened seatbelt.
To support your efforts in choosing the right car seat,
Hyundai creates vehicles that boast high safety ratings and advanced safety
systems and features.
Hyundai Santa Fe and
Both the family-friendly Santa Fe and Tucson earned Top
Safety Pick Ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.* The NHTSA
gave both models a 5-Star Overall Safety rating.
Hyundai vehicles feature the Hyundai SmartSense suite of
driver assist technologies. This advanced tech is designed to alert you to
dangers, help avoid or mitigate an accident, illuminate your path and keep you
safely in your lane.
We at Tipton Hyundai in Brownsville, Texas, care about your family’s safety. Contact us to learn more about the family-friendly Hyundai Santa Fe and Hyundai Tucson.
*2020 Hyundai Santa Fe
is an IIHS Top Safety Pick when equipped with specific headlights. 2020 Hyundai
Tucson is an IIHS Top Safety Pick when equipped with optional front crash prevention
and specific headlights.
With its changing weather, rise in temperature, and increase in drivers on the road, summertime in Texas can be especially brutal on your vehicle. This makes performing a little summer car maintenance essential. From checking tires to topping off fluids, here are a few tips to help you get your vehicle ready for summer.
Once the temperatures
start to rise, check the tires. Air pressure increases 1 psi for every
10-degree rise in exterior temperature, which means your tires probably won’t
be properly inflated if you haven’t checked them in a while. Proper inflation
extends the life of the tires by helping you to avoid excess wear and tear, and
it can even improve fuel economy.
Check the oil, hoses,
and belts. Oil keeps the engine lubricated and running smoothly, so make sure
it’s full. Also watch hoses for any leaking or loose connections, and make sure
that the belts are all at a proper tension. You can also visually inspect belts
and hoses for cracking and wear. Coolant is especially important in the summer,
so if you notice the reservoir is low, see a professional as soon as possible.
You should also have a
professional at our service center do an air-conditioning pressure check. If
you haven’t had the system recharged in a while, doing so before it gets too
hot would be a wise choice. It’s never fun being stuck on a Texas highway without
air conditioning, especially in the peak of summer.
Be sure to visit us at Tipton Hyundai for essential summer maintenance on your vehicle!
Hyundai is one of the most awarded vehicle brands in the auto industry, with a consistent history of customer loyalty and vehicle reliability. Here are just a few of the awards the 2020 Hyundai lineup has won so far.
#1 Brand Keys
Customer Loyalty Engagement Index
For the11th year in a row, the Brand Keys
Customer Loyalty and Engagement Index found that Hyundai inspires the greatest
customer loyalty in the auto industry. For over a decade, Hyundai customers
have been most likely to buy another Hyundai vehicle rather than switch brands.
IIHS Top Safety Picks
A whopping nine 2020 Hyundai vehicles were named IIHS Top
Safety Picks, and the 2020 NEXO was even given the highest possible designation
of Top Safety Pick+. To be named a Top Safety Pick, vehicles must earn superior
crash test ratings across the board.
5-Year Cost to Own
The 2020 Elantra, Santa Fe, and Venue all won their
categories in the Kelley Blue Book 5-Year Cost to Own Awards, which measure
cost of ownership over the first five years, including insurance costs,
maintenance and repairs, fuel, and depreciation. KBB also named the Hyundai
Kona and Kona Electric the Best Buy for the Subcompact SUV and Electric
In its annual Driver’s Choice Awards, MotorWeek awarded the
2020 Sonata the title of Best Family Sedan, and the Hyundai Palisade was named
the Best Large Utility Vehicle. These awards are all about finding the vehicles
that drivers want to own, not just the flashiest ones.
Experience Hyundai’s award-winning 2020 lineup when you schedule a test drive at Tipton Hyundai today.
While we might love our jobs, retirement is still something we look forward to. One thing that many people do once reaching retirement is to buy a new car. If you have reached that milestone point in your life, here are a few things to consider when looking for the perfect retirement car.
Time to downsize
Now that your kids have all grown up and moved out on their
own , you can consider downsizing to something that is a better fit for your
lifestyle, like the redesigned 2020 Hyundai Sonata sedan. You will still have
room for passengers and enough cargo space for some well-earned retirement
Get something comfortable
After years of working hard, you can finally focus on
comfort. Look for premium seating options, such as leather seats with power
adjustments. Heated and cooled seats provide year-round comfort, and are available
features in the Sonata.
Make safety a priority
As our bodies age, they become more susceptible to injuries.
Keep yourself safe in a vehicle equipped with advanced driver safety aids. The 2020
Sonata comes fully equipped with features like adaptive cruise control, lane
centering technology, and automatic emergency braking.
We here at Tipton Hyundai wish you a fulfilling retirement. Browse our online inventory and find a 2020 Sonata that’s right for your retirement.
For the 2020 model year, Hyundai set out to completely redesign the Sonata into a striking, fun-to-drive sedan with luxurious touches that would make higher-priced sedans blush. The all-new Sonata is stylish, affordable, and capable.
The all-new Sonata was formed inside and out to be a joy to look at. The curvaceous exterior updates are a preview of the ergonomically designed interior. The dashboard is adorned with an available 10.3-inch infotainment touchscreen that makes controlling the sedan’s settings a walk in the park, while four simple buttons appear in lieu of a shifter to streamline the driving experience.
The 2020 Sonata looks and drives like it belongs in the high-end luxury class, but is predicted to be just as affordable as the rest of Hyundai’s lineup. Premium safety and convenience features like key fob-controlled backup for ease of entry and exit when parking boost the Sonata’s value.
The Sonata’s 1.6-liter engine is estimated to reach 60 mph in 7.3 seconds and offers 180 horsepower. The Sonata delivers 195 lb-ft of torque, and features an automatic eight-speed transmission.
The all-new 2020 Hyundai Sonata is now available at Tipton Hyundai. Contact our sales team if you’re interested in setting up a test drive as soon as the new Sonata rolls on the lot.
As the world moves toward more sustainable energy practices, many automakers are turning to alternative energy options. While Hyundai does offer electric and hybrid powertrains, it is also working on fuel cell technology. Recently, Hyundai signed a memorandum of understanding with Cummins to work on fuel cell technology together.
Under this agreement, the two companies will focus on the
North American market and will incorporate Cummins electric power trains and
battery systems with Hyundai fuel cell technology. With this cooperation, the
two companies hope to broaden the hydrogen fuel cell market.
Hydrogen fuel cell technology has a few benefits over
electric cars. For one, they usually have a further range. Another benefit is
that they refuel much faster than it takes to recharge an electric battery. The
one downside is the limited infrastructure in hydrogen refueling stations —
which could change if fuel cell vehicles become popular enough.
The current Hyundai lineup includes versatile alternative
energy models like the Ioniq, which is available as a hybrid, a plug-in hybrid,
and a solely electric car. The Hyundai Kona now has an electric version, while
the Nexo is only available with a hydrogen fuel cell technology. If you are
looking for a more traditional Hyundai model, the Sonata is available as either
a hybrid or a plug-in hybrid, in addition to the standard gasoline engine.
Check out the many alternative-fueled Hyundai models at Tipton Hyundai and see why it’s a good idea to go green.