6 Hyundai Vehicles Win 2019 Car and Driver Editors’ Choice Awards
Car and Driver magazine is recognizing six Hyundai vehicles with Editors’ Choice Awards for 2019.
For these awards, an expansion of the magazine’s 10Best Cars for 2019, Car and Driver’s editors assessed nearly 500 vehicles, selecting the leading models for each segment. Winners were chosen based on criteria like safety, performance, design, and value.
“Coming off the heels of Hyundai Kona and Kona Electric being named a 10Best Truck and SUV, we’re thrilled that Car and Driver, one of the most trusted names in the automotive industry, has listed four more of our models among the top of its recommended list for those in the market for a new vehicle,” said Mike O’Brien, Hyundai Motor America’s vice president of product, corporate, and digital planning.
Here’s a look at the Hyundai models that made Car and Driver’s final cut.
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This compact SUV’s smooth handling, well-made interior, and substantial warranty drew accolades from Car and Driver’s editors.
Editors were won over by the crossover’s peppy turbo engine, striking exterior, and cabin full of useful equipment.
According to the editors, this all-electric crossover offers spirited handling and power to go along with its lengthy battery range.
Car and Driver noted that this hybrid car offers generous standard features, a strong 10-year warranty, and practical hatchback characteristics.
The hot hatchback’s powerful and steady performance, quiet cabin, comfortable sport seats, and overall value won it a place among the editors’ top choices.
Editors appreciated the subcompact Accent’s low price, quality interior, and excellent fuel efficiency.
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