40+ MPG Elantra, Accent, Sonata Hybrid and Veloster at Bellingham Hyunai dealer

Why not relieve some of the pressure on your wallet and consider that your Bellingham Hyundai dealer
offers four Hyundai vehicles that go over 40 miles per gallon. Putting
that into perspective, you can get from Bellingham to Seattle on just
over two gallons!The quarter of vehicles – the Sonata Hybrid,
Elantra, Veloster and Accent – are helping Washington state Hyundai
owners with the rising gas prices. These cars make Hyundai the only
manufacturer with four models achieving 40 mpg on the highway – no
asterisks required. By the end of 2011, Hyundai Motor America
expects to lead the industry in sales of 40 mpg highway fuel economy
rated vehicles, with more than 200,000 units sold. This will represent
more than 30 percent of Hyundai Motor America’s total anticipated sales. Hyundai
plans to answer consumer demand by offering even more 40 mpg highway
models over the next several years. In addition to the new Sonata
Hybrid, Elantra, Veloster and Accent, Hyundai will introduce one more 40
mpg highway car and another achieving 40+ mpg in the next couple years.
These additional models will further the company’s 40 mpg highway sales
volume growth as it steams toward its stated goal of an EPA fleet
average of at least 50 mpg by 2025.Top automotive research firms
forecast that the compact car segment will be the largest segment in
the industry by 2012 with the subcompact being the seventh largest
segment. Market
Intelligence research preformed by Kelley Blue Book reports that 81
percent of car shoppers said gas prices influenced vehicle
considerations and this number will continues to rise with no end in
sight to soaring gas prices. Between 2003 and 2010, fuel economy has
risen from 14th to 5th, in terms of purchase consideration. Fuel economy
is the number one factor in purchase decision for the compact and
subcompact segments at more than 13 percent, according to Maritz New
Vehicle Customer Study (NVCS). These trends appear to remain constant as
long as gas prices continue to fluctuate.Affordability is a key
driver in Hyundai’s growth in fuel efficient vehicles sales. The 40 mpg
Sonata Hybrid is priced $890 less than the least expensive midsize
hybrid sedan. The 40 mpg Elantra GLS A/T is priced $1,640 less than Ford
Focus A/T Super Fuel Economy Edition (MSRP $19,585) and $2,680 less
than the Chevrolet Cruze Eco A/T (MSRP $20,625) model that delivers only
37 mpg on the highway. The Veloster will be priced below the Honda CR-Z
hybrid.  Over
the past two model years, Hyundai Motor Company has added several 40
mpg cars.  In 2012, the company plans to sell 285,000 40 mpg cars, a 43
percent increase from 2011.You can find these gas savers at Washington State Hyundai dealer, Hyundai of Bellingham. We are part of the Rairdon Group. 
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