With Hyundai Assurance Connected Care, Your Hyundai Always has Your Back

We at All Star Automotive know that you take great strides to care for your Hyundai vehicle. Now your Hyundai would like to return the favor in a new and advanced way with Hyundai Assurance Connected Care provided by HomeLink. Imagine a car that can help schedule its own service appointment when it needs care, or call for help if you an accident and let first responders know exactly where you are. These popular features, and loads more, are now included as standard for three years on most new Hyundai vehicles! Hyundai Assurance Connected Care is making the future of driving more carefree and safe. Continue reading

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The All-New 2014 Hyundai Equus

2014 EquusHyundai introduced the redesigned 2014 Equus premium luxury sedan with enhancements to exterior and interior design, vehicle dynamics, material selection, driver technology displays and advanced safety features. Equus has been an impressive success story for Hyundai; so far this year, Equus is the number-one shopped premium luxury sedan, well ahead of Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7-Series, Audi A8, Lexus LS, and Jaguar XJ according to industry shopping analysis by Compete. Continue reading

Move Over SUV, the 2013 Santa Fe CUV is Here

2013 Santa Fe CUVIt’s no secret that Americans have grown increasingly fonder of the Crossover Utility Vehicle, better known as the CUV, rather than the outdated Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV). Whether it’s the blurred line between SUV and Sedan, the surprising roominess, or the great gas mileage, the CUV is quite the crowd pleaser with most American drivers. Keeping up with popular demand and staying ahead of the curve, Hyundai has hopped onto the CUV band wagon with its newest addition to an already award-winning lineup, the 2013 Santa Fe 7-passenger CUV. Not to be confused with the 2013 Santa Fe Sport, which seats 5, the Santa Fe is roomier and seats 7. The Santa Fe is positioned to compete primarily against Honda’s Pilot, Toyota’s Highlander and Nissan’s Pathfinder, and secondarily against the Ford Explorer and Mazda CX-9. All the models are roughly the same size and have three rows of seats, which make them attractive for families. Continue reading