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Hyundai Santa Fe is Both Roomy and Safe

Are you looking for a crossover SUV that stands out from the crowd? That vehicle is the Hyundai Santa Fe, with design cues that place a premium on space and style. It's one of the most popular vehicles on our lot, thanks to its NHTSA five-star safety ratings along with its designation as a Top Safety Pick+ by IIHS.

Stand out features don't stop there. The Santa Fe has superior interior volume with enough seating to fit up to seven passengers comfortably and has more leg room in the third row than many similar vehicles. You'll also…

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Hyundai Accent is Loaded with Cutting-Edge Standard Features

Style, technology and safety that fits easily into a standard parking space are what the Hyundai Accent is all about. This popular compact car has a variety of cutting-edge features that make it popular with couples and young families.

When you buy an Accent, you get the latest connective technology via Android Auto and Apple Car Play, giving you immediate access to the latest maps, music, texts and many of your favorite apps. You'll also get a host of standard safety features, along with the best powertrain warranty in the United States that covers your car for 10 years…

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Choosing the Right Warranty for Your Car

Automotive warranties are important, but it’s even more important to know what type of warranty you’re getting. If you have warranty-related questions, stop at Craft Hyundai and get the information you need to make an informed decision.

Most warranties are either powertrain warranties or bumper-to-bumper or a combination of both. It’s important to know the difference...

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A Comparison of Front-Wheel and Rear-Wheel Drive

As you approach a decision on your next new car, we want you to be as informed as possible. Today, let's compare front-wheel and rear-wheel drive.

Think of front-wheel drive as a pulling transmission and rear-wheel drive as a pushing transmission. Front-wheel setups apply engine force to a vehicle's front wheels. Alternatively, rear-wheel configurations apply that force to an auto's rear wheels. Manufacturers save money when they build front-wheel-drive cars, so you will often get more car for a lower price tag. Also, front-wheel-drive cars provide better mileage and wet-pavement...

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Understanding Your Tires Tread

Understanding your tires treads and how they are measured can be confusing and frustrating, but still important. when you drive on bald tires you put your safety and the safety of your passengers at risk. Plus, you can get a nasty ticket.

Tires are measured at 32nds of an inch, with new tires being measured at 10/32nds of an inch (about 1/3 of an inch). Your tires are bald at 2/32nds of an inch. 

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Your Coolant System and How Engine Overheating Occurs

Your engine works very hard and generates a lot of heat. The level of heat can reach up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefore, the engine’s coolant system needs to operate effectively.

The primary cause of engine overheating is the loss of coolant fluid due to a leak or an extremely low level. Engine overheating can happen gradually, or without any warning, depending on the size of the leak. 

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Here Is Why to Routinely Change Fluids at Craft Hyundai

Every single vehicle on the face of planet earth – at least vehicles that are currently running – have several kinds of liquids inside of them. Without these liquids, gears would grain against each other, engines would break apart, and other pieces of your vehicle would fall apart, deteriorate, and otherwise “kick the bucket.”

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