No, we're not blowing hot air at you. The U.S. Environmental Protection Association released their annual "EPA Light-Duty Automotive Technology and fuel Economy Trends Report" in early March and findings show that Hyundai Motor America is number one for fuel efficiency and carbon emissions.
Adding further credibility to our claim that Hyundai deserves a place on every car buyers short list of new or used cars is recognition from the EPA for their 2010 and 2008 lineups. For the 2010 model year, Hyundai was designated as the leading brand in terms of efficiency for an overall adjusted fuel economy rating of 27 mpg. The brand was also honored for having the best overall adjusted composite CO2 emissions performance. Two model years earlier, the U.S. EPA named Hyundai number one for both fuel economy and carbon emissions.
You'll notice there is a pattern here. It's one we expect will continue into the 2012 model year. John Krafcik, President and CEO, Hyundai Motor America explains, "We are committed to developing a suite of smart fuel-efficient strategies, from hybrids to new solutions in high-technology gasoline vehicles...Through innovations such as light-weight steel, direct injection technology, turbocharging and advanced transmissions we are able to improve the efficiency and performance of all our vehicles, allowing us to achieve best-in-class fuel economy and emissions levels for the Hyundai brand."1
If you're ready to take an offensive on rising fuel prices, swing by Manly Hyundai located at 2755 Corby Ave Santa Rosa, CA 95407 today. We'll be happy to introduce you to some of the many efficient models in our new Hyundai lineup, including the Hyundai Elantra, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, and the