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The 2013 Hyundai Tucson – An IIHS Top Safety Pick.

2013 Hyundai Tucson

2013 Hyundai Tucson

The 2013 Hyundai Tucson has played a major roll in the building and reconstruction of Hyundai’s new and improved reputation. This vehicle puts more emphasis on the “Sport” part of SUV than “utility” with proportional weight and driving agility. The Tucson’s 4 cylinder engine produces 176hp and receives an EPA estimated 29 mpg highway.

Inside the vehicle, a panoramic sunroof extending from the front seats to the backlights creates a comfortable and spacious interior. All seats are made from premium leather with the front two being heated and dynamically adjustable. The Tucson designers also thoughtfully configured the rear seats to fold down in a way to provide extra storage space when needed.

When it comes to the driver’s seat, the easily accessible controls are well lit and set on an angle to better the overall driving experience. The intelligent multifunction trip computer also keeps you informed on the mpg’s you’re receiving, average speed, and miles to empty. Plus, you can’t forget about the hands free Bluetooth technology, rearview backup camera, and NavTraffic with real time road conditions.

The safety features are top of the line as well. HillStart Assist Control, Downhill Brake Control, and electronic stability control make this vehicle safe in those tricky situations. In fact, the Tucson won the 2012 IIHS Top Safety Pick.

To learn more about the 2013 Tucson,  find your nearest Hyundai dealer at

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2013 Hyundai Accent – The King of Subcompacts!

2013 Hyundai Accent

2013 Hyundai Accent

The 2013 Hyundai Accent is unbeatable compared to its last generation! There is no comparison to its stylish exterior and long list of technology and safety features. This Accent is perfectly affordable for any car buyer, especially those who are just beginning their career.

This new 4-door sedan or if preferred 5-door hatchback may look small, but it has been dubbed the king of subcompacts! It’s not only designed to feel bigger on the inside but, it packs 111 cubic feet of storage. This is ideal for anyone who enjoys traveling and needs the added space. And with its sports car feel of bucket front seats, you will be ready to hit the road!

This new ride is first with an award-winning Gasoline Direct Injection engine and can be purchased as a 4-cylinder with either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. So, you can forget about those weekly trips to the gas station because this Accent offers an EPA estimated 37 MPG field economy!

Convenience is the number one priority of this vehicle as it provides you with mounted controls on the steering wheel, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio!

Check for the nearest Hyundai location to learn more about this new sophisticated, yet affordable Hyundai Accent.

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2013 Hyundai Equus – The Value of Luxury


2013 Hyundai Equus

The all new 2013 Hyundai Equus is a premium, luxury sedan that carries around some of the best value on the market. If you’re searching for a luxury ride at a low price, the 2013 Equus is for you! It provides drivers with an abundance of standard features, a powerful v8 engine and impressive interior lineup at a phenomenally low price considering the rest of the premium segment. Hyundai has once again manufactured a luxury vehicle that allows drivers to enjoy an impeccably smooth and serene driving experience.

The Equus has been engineered with a fresh new look that includes a powerful grille, modern HID headlights, and staggered 19 inch, chrome, allow wheels. The interior is aligned with a premium wood trim and luxurious, leather seats that will be sure to give drivers all around comfort while driving. One of the most impressive features is actually its 608-watt Lexicon 7.1 Discrete Sound System, which is considered one of the best sound systems in any car, period! Overall, the 2013 Hyundai Equus is an impressive luxury sedan that is offered at an unmatched price. For more information on the 2013 Equus, please visit your local Hyundai dealership. Check with the good folks over at for the nearest Hyundai locations.

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All-New 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe – Quality and style!


The all new 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe promises to infuse both quality and style into your driving experience. This car’s fluid design and spacious interior combines to provide buyers with one of the most anticipated crossover vehicles of the year! It offers driver performance features including a choice to opt for a turbocharged engine, Driver Selectable Steering Mode and Active Cornering Control AWD. Not to mention its higher standard horse power and fuel efficiency than most other compact SUV’s in its class.

Hyundai is now offering two models of the 2013 Santa Fe including the new two-row Santa Fe Sport which provides drivers with an undeniably comfortable and attractive design. Also being offered is the more spacious three-row Santa Fe which provides even more room and comfort inside! Both Santa Fe models promise to deliver a level of comfort and utility that your average mid-size sedan simply can’t deliver! However you look at it, the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe has all of the design capabilities to be a grand slam for drivers this year!

To test drive the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe, check out for a list of Hyundai dealers nearest you.


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The all new 2013 Hyundai Sonata is elegant, roomier, and even better than before. In fact, the midsize Sonata is so much roomier that its total interior volume actually meets the EPA’s classification for large cars! Now that’s impressive! With its Dual automatic climate controls and three-zone body-section buttons, the car is easier than ever for the driver and front passenger to each set their own temperature preference in the car. It also comes equipped with an optional proximity key and a push start button for your convenience.

The Sonata includes a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system that is paired with a backup camera to help you see when parking in those tight parking spaces. And on the road, an advanced navigation system with voice recognition makes it easier than ever to get from point A to point B without ever getting lost!

Aside from the interior elegance of the 2013 Sonata, it also boasts an impressive engine designed for higher performance. Each of Sonata’s revolutionary powertrain’s lead the competition in both power and fuel efficiency; not to mention the segment leading 34 mpg on the highway. All in all, the new 2013 Hyundai Sonata is an amazing vehicle that will impress buyers everywhere. I promise the Sonata will not disappoint!

For a greater in-depth review of the 2013 Hyundai Sonata, check out this link to read more.

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The all new 2012 Hyundai Azera has everyone raving over its innovative design, impeccable power, and comfortable ride. This fuel efficient vehicle is equipped with a 3.3L V6 engine, creating that power surge that customers enjoy most. The LED front accent lights and HID headlights minimize energy consumption while allowing the driver to see and be seen, even in the darkest of night.

The 2012 Hyundai Azera features a panoramic sunroof, which opens up the vehicle to expansive views and a multitude of sunlight. For those days when it’s just too sunny, however, the rear-seat passengers have access to an innovative power rear sunshade that blocks the sun, keeping the interior comfortable and cool in the summer heat.

The navigation system is built for convenience and safety. Accessing information on traffic, weather, sports, or stocks is a breeze with the voice command recognition. The Azera is also a push to start sedan that recognizes you, unlocking the car without the hassle of digging in your purse or pocket.

For more information regarding the 2012 Hyundai Azera, check out this link for a more in-depth review!

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Attention Hyundai fans: The all new 2012 Veloster has arrived and it’s better than ever! This versatile sedan features a unique three door design to ease backseat access, as well as a spacious and luxurious interior. The all new Veloster comes with your choice of a state of the art six-speed manual transmission or an EcoShift Dual Clutch Transmission, allowing for smooth shifting while also lowering fuel consumption.

The Bluetooth connection keeps the driver connected to anything ranging from music to sending voice text messages from your car. The center console features a 7-inch touchscreen display that serves as a media command center. Immerse yourself in anything from watching videos while parked, checking the traffic updates, and mapping out your destinations – the choice is yours!

Manage your music and stay connected in the new Veloster with the Gracenote and Blue Link features. Gracenote allows you to access your favorite music simply through a voice recognition tool. The Blue Link is a new Hyundai feature that enhances navigation in a way that has never been done before. It not only reveals shortcuts through traffic and directions to the nearest gas station, it also has an advanced safety feature knowing whom to call in an emergency and where to send the help you need. This vehicle also sends reminders for maintenance updates, keeping your car in tip-top condition.

Well folks, this car does seem to have it all! Learn more about the 2012 Veloster by checking out this link for a more in-depth look.

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Elegance in its prime is seen in this all new 2012 Hyundai Equus. From the suede headliner to the heated premium wood and leather wrapped steering wheel luxury is all around. The 4-passenger model offers massage, heat or cooled relaxation therapy, power adjustable leg support and a rear DVD entertainment system. While the Equus may be compared to other luxury brands none can compare to the convenience and features that the Hyundai Equus offers.

To learn more about the 2012 Hyundai Equus check out this link for an in-depth look.

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December 10th, 2011 10:00 – 2:00 pm

Moms, Dads, Grandmas, Grandpas, Uncles, Aunts, Sisters, and Brothers bring the little ones (and an item to donate to the local food bank) to Hall Ford Hyundai Elizabeth City and GET A PICTURE WITH SANTA! Pictures will be posted on the Hall Automotive Facebook and Flickr Pages so you can easily share the photo with family and friends.

Hall Ford Hyundai Elizabeth City
1310 N. Road St. Elizabeth City, NC 27909

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Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Lamborghini's fifth generation V12 supercar made its official debut in Geneva. Lamborghini had three Aventadors on display, ranging from the bright orange example we first saw in the studio photos to a more subtle grey and a stunning matte white. The white, in particular, shows off the various styling elements of the exterior, especially the muscular creases on the front and sides. Despite having more complex lines, the Aventador still manages to have a cleaner look than some of the later generation Murcielagos. We snag a few minutes inside, and the quality of materials is proof that Lamborghini is continuing to benefit the Volkswagen Group's influence.


Ferrari FF A European extravagasm like the Geneva Motor Show always holds its share of oddities, be they electric beach buggies or luxury cars swathed in Pepto Bismol. They don't usually come from a company like Ferrari, but this year the Maranello automaker joined the off-beat path with the new FF. It's a pure Ferrari thoroughbred, but its shape is vastly different from anything we've seen from the brand thus far.

2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate Mercedes-Benz hasn't made a whole host of changes for the 2012 C63 AMG. Exterior styling aside, the engine has carried over unchanged, and if we're honest, that's perfectly fine with us. After all, the 451-horsepower 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 under the hood is a gravel-voiced honey of a powerplant, and even if you don't add in the optional AMG Development package that boosts output to 481 hp, the end result is simply stunning.

2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Estate Mercedes-Benz hasn't made a whole host of changes for the 2012 C63 AMG. Exterior styling aside, the engine has carried over unchanged, and if we're honest, that's perfectly fine with us. After all, the 451-horsepower 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 under the hood is a gravel-voiced honey of a powerplant, and even if you don't add in the optional AMG Development package that boosts output to 481 hp, the end result is simply stunning.

Gumpert Tornante Remember the Gumpert Apollo? It boasted world-beating performance while wearing a face only a mother could love. Thanks to design firm Touring Superleggera, the Apollo now has a much better looking new sibling sharing the Gumpert stable. It's called Tornante, which, according to Google Translate, means "hairpin bend" in Italian. For all we care, it could mean "Sexy Catfish" because it's a huge leap forward in style when compared to the Apollo, even if the split-window Chevrolet Corvette rump is derivative and more than a little unflattering.

Pagani Huayra Let's be honest. After months, if not years of anticipation, we were all a little disappointed at the results when Pagani finally unveiled its new Huayra. But you know what? After seeing it up close and personal here on the floor of the Geneva Motor Show -- in red no less, which is invariably more suitable to an Italian exotic than beige champagne metallic -- we're convinced afresh that Horacio Pagani and company make some of the most desirable machinery known to man.

2012 Hyundai i40 Geneva has been quite a show for big, handsome wagons, from the stonking Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG to the shapely Saab 9-5 Sportcombi, there's been a kinschlepper for every taste and budget. Adding to the variety is Hyundai's new i40 estate, and it, too, is a looker. Boasting the same sharply rising character line as the Sonata sedan upon which it's based, the i40 nevertheless has a more traditional nose, with a smaller grille and headlamps that look more like those from the Sonata Hybrid. Overall, the front aesthetic lurks somewhere between the Elantra and an embiggened Veloster, but either way, it's all Hyundai and it's an attractive piece.

Alfa Romeo 4C Concept The beauty of Alfa Romeo is that it embodies the same sort of Italian flair as Ferrari and Maserati, but in a smaller, more accessible package. Unfortunately, their current range doesn't offer the same level of excitement. (Well, the 8C Competizione did, but then it was hardly any more affordable than its Modenese counterparts.) Enter the Alfa 4C. Smaller than the 8C it essentially succeeds, the 4C doesn't shed the excitement factor, just concentrates it into a more compact shape. In fact, at less than eight feet long, it doesn't get much more concentrated than this.

Volkswagen Bulli Concept Aside from the Beetle, Volkswagen's Microbus may be one of the most iconic vehicles ever to come out of the German automaker's stable. VW brought it back in concept form ten years ago, but despite a warm reception, plans to create a modern-day Microbus were scrapped. Now, though, Volkswagen is offering a second conceptual redux of its oh-so-popular van at the Geneva Motor Show with this, the Bulli concept.

Audi A3 sedan concept As promised, Audi trotted out its A3 sedan concept at the Geneva Motor Show, and it's a lovely bit of compact, Teutonic hotness. A ton of carbon fiber bits and pieces litter the shapely sheetmetal, all enclosing a very Germanic four-seat interior. Naturally, we're just as interested in the five-cylinder engine that uses turbocharging and FSI to pump out 408 horsepower. Peak torque measures 368 pound feet, and all that power is available between 1,600 and 5,300 rpm.

Saab PhoeniX Concept It's been about one year since Saab and General Motors parted ways, and the automaker is hellbent on showing the world what it's capable of creating on its own means. In addition to an Independence Edition of the 9-3 Convertible, Saab is showing off a major concept for the brand at this year's Geneva show ? a design that will preview the future face of the automaker, penned by famed designer Jason Castriota. In case you haven't been paying attention, Castriota has created such pretty creations as the Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina and Bertone Mantide

BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept BMW has pulled the wraps off of its latest concept vehicle, which is in part a research tool for the automaker as it looks towards the future of mobile networking. The BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept is a two-passenger roadster seeking to push new boundaries in the realm of automotive technology. The topless concept borrows much of its design from the Vision EfficientDynamics concept that's on the road to production, but this showcar focuses on three areas; comfort, safety and infotainment.

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