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Vincentric Determines Hyundai CPO Vehicles are Best Value

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Hyundai CPO Vehicles - best values of 2014

The 2014 Hyundai Veloster is the best CPO value in its class, according to Vincentric

If you’re not someone who buys their cars new, Hyundai has yet another persuasive reason to check out their Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program. After a rigorous assessment, Vincentric LLC, a private data-analysis firm, has awarded the Hyundai Veloster and Hyundai Santa Fe as the best in their categories for overall CPO value.

As part of their 2014 awards, Vincentric awarded the Veloster the highest rank in the subcompact coupe division. Likewise, the Santa Fe shown brightly in the mid-size crossover category. The results were determined based on the vehicles’ owernership costs in comparison to expected costs per market segment and starting price.

The cost of ownership takes eight aspects into consideration: financing, fuel, insurance, depreciation, fees & taxes, maintenance, opportunity cost, and repairs. Thus, two of Hyundai’s golden children remain a rewarding investment for owners and buyers alike, both affordable to buy CPO and to maintain.

 The Hyundai CPO Vehicles

Hyundai CPO Vehicles - best values of 2014

The 2014 Hyundai Veloster

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Hyundai CPO Vehicles - best values of 2014

The 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe

 Our Hyundai Santa Fe Overview

Hyundai has recently redesigned the Santa Fe to offer both a five passenger sport version and a seven passenger long wheelbase model. Read about how the Santa Fe remains one of the safest and most spacious SUV’s for your family.


 The Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Program

For those unfamiliar with the benefits of Hyundai’s CPO status, they involve a collection of services and warranty features, including:

  • 150-point inspection
  • 10-year/100,000-mile CPO Powertrain Limited Warranty from the original in-service date and zero (0) miles
  • 10-year/Unlimited Mileage Roadside assistance from the original in-service date
  • Rental car reimbursement (up to $35/day for up to 10 days per occurrence)
  • Towing coverage to the nearest Hyundai dealership
  • Travel breakdown reimbursement (for breakdowns more than 150 miles from home, up to $100 per day, $500 per occurrence)

What do you prefer buying—new or certified pre-owned? Share your thoughts and experiences below!

Source: Hyundai News