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Hyundai Elantra - Why It's a Great Buy!

If you’re looking for a popular compact sedan, you may want to check out the new Hyundai Elantra. This sedan offers a comfortable ride, excellent fuel economy, superb performance, and is a great value for your money. Stop at Spradley Hyundai and check out the Hyundai Elantra for yourself.

In addition to including the latest technology and offering an extraordinary ride, the Hyundai Elantra was also a top safety pick for 2018. The car features automatic emergency braking if it detects a pedestrian nearby, which is a great feature for young, inexperienced drivers. 

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Make a Practical Decision by Going With the Santa Fe

The new Hyundai Santa Fe has exterior and interior features that make it a smart choice for anyone in the market for a three-row SUV. It's fun to drive, has plenty of safety features built into place, and has modern features that make things more convenient.

It's not a problem if you have bulky or heavy things to load in the back. The back seats can fold down flat, and there is an available auto open feature on the tailgate. Hands-free can become key if you're weighed down. 

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Hyundai Accent - For Drivers Wanting A Value Vehicle with Class

Drivers who want a value vehicle with plenty of class and style often choose the new Hyundai Accent, a popular compact car. Never has such a small vehicle offered so many big-car features. Check out the Hyundai Accent at Spradley Hyundai today and talk to our sales reps if you have any questions.

Between the great gas mileage and unbelievable powertrain warranty, which goes for 100,000 miles or 10 years, you can drive the Hyundai Accent for a long time for very little money. 

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Transmission Warning Signs

You will certainly know when the transmission in your vehicle is experiencing trouble. Get the car to the service center if you see any of these transmission warning signs.

Sluggish reactions from the car after giving it gas mean something is not quite right. The car has always responded quickly, but now it is sluggish to react after pushing the accelerator. This may be something as insignificant as the transmission fluid wearing too thin and needing to be replaced. 

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Time to Replace Those Tires!

The tire pressure indicator goes off to give you the chance to get to the air pump and get the correct air in your tires. Putting too much air is actually worse than driving with the tires underinflated. Before you think about driving with too much air in the tires, consider all these potential issues you might have to deal with.

Imagine your tire when it has too much air in it. The flat part that should be touching the road but because it is overinflated, the tread that touches the road is more rounded. That means only a small…

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New Hyundai Tucson Serves as Ideal Family Crossover

The new Hyundai Tuscon is more appealing than ever and has a variety of safety and convenience features to improve your drive. The result serves as the most competitive entry to most of its competitors in the crossover SUV segment. You will be amazed at the Hyundai SUV because of its interior space as well as ample space in the cabin. The following are some of its features that will make you rush to Spradley Hyundai for a test drive:

  • Most essential infotainment options, including Apple Carplay and Android Auto. These are standard features that are found in the Limited…
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Explore the New Hyundai Elantra

You've probably noticed many new Hyundai Elantra models drive off our lot each week, and now you wonder why Pueblo commuters choose this attractive vehicle over the competition. After learning more about the Elantra and taking one for a drive, perhaps you'll understand why people love it so much. It's an excellent option for people who are on a budget, want something simple to drive to and from work each day, or just need something reasonable when it comes to gas mileage.

This year's Hyundai Elantra has evolved just like it has in previous years. 

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Are You at Risk of Hydroplaning?

During periods of heavy rain, water may build up on the roads faster than it can drain. When you drive through this water, too much of it can build up in front of your tires. This is what causes hydroplaning.

When your car hydroplanes, you could lose the ability to slow down, stop, steer or maintain control of your vehicle. You can lessen your risk of hydroplaning by slowing down during times of heavy rain. 

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Take Steps to Avoid a Tire Blowout

A tire blowout can be very scary and extremely dangerous when it occurs. The best way to survive it is to prevent it from happening in the first place. There are a few things that you should stay aware of to ensure that your tires remain in the best condition possible.

The first thing that you should do is makes sure that your tires are properly inflated. Suggested tire pressure will be listed in your owners manual and can be checked with a standard or digital tire gauge. 

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Discover the Function of Your Alternator

Most people have the understanding that it is the battery that powers all the other electric mechanisms of their car, but that’s not true. On the contrary, the battery only powers the electric starter motor that starts your car. Once your car is running, the alternator takes over and generates enough energy to charge the battery and power the electrical systems.

In other words, the alternator acts like a generator of sorts for your car. 

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