Hyundai Auto Repair

 Jennifer's Auto Sales and Hyundai Auto Repair


Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service offers sales and services on Hyundais! Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service has a large full-service auto repair center with ASE technicians who specialize in Hyundai. If your Hyundai has a warranty contract, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service will very likely honor it! So, if you have a Hyundai Tucson, KONA, Santa Fe, Accent, Sonata, Elantra, or any other Hyundai model, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service ASE certified technicians can help you.  


If you are looking to buy a top quality pre-owned Hyundai, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service has a large selection of Hyundai's to choose from in all price ranges. If you don't see what you are looking for please click here to call or click here to email us, we are experts at finding our customers the exact vehicle they are searching for.   


  
Hyundai's History

On December 29, 1967, Chung Ju-Yung founded the Hyundai Motor Company. Operating out of Seoul, South Korea, Hyundai moved to the United States in 1985 and established in Garden Grove, California. The first vehicle exported to the US market was the Hyundai Excel in 1986. Two years later, Hyundai opened up two parts distribution centers, one in Ontario, California and one in Aurora, Illinois. In 1990, Hyundai opened up its North American headquarters in Fountain Valley, California. Hyundai then became the first automaker to provide buyers with regularly scheduled maintenance on top of a standard warranty at no additional cost in 1991, giving customers an extra incentive to buy from them. They continued to grow and innovate over the years rising 49 points in the J.D. Power Initial QualitySurvey in 1996. As Hyundai began to grow, so did their sales. In 1999 Hyundai saw an 82 percent sales increase over the prior year, the industry's largest jump ever. They passed Mazda to become the number 5 selling Asian brand in the United States the following year. In 2005, Hyundai celebrated the grand opening of the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, marking the beginning of the production of vehicles in the United States. Hyundai's continued growth in the USA led to an investment of $150 million in the construction of a new North American headquarters in 2011. Today, Hyundai is still a top-tier car manufacturer, winning many awards along the way. 


Hyundai's of the Past


Over the years, Hyundai has produced a variety of fantastic vehicles, but some didn't meet expectations or were discontinued in favor of a new vehicle. Here are some of the best Hyundai's of the past:


Hyundai Excel


The Hyundai Excel first touched down on American soil in 1986. It was the first front-wheel-drive car produced by Hyundai and was available in three-or-five door hatchback or four-door sedan models. In 1994, the Excel was discontinued after 8 strong years. 


Hyundai Veracruz


In 2006, Hyundai introduced the Veracruz. This 5-door mid-size SUV used a front-engine with either front-wheel or four-wheel drive. In 2012, Hyundai announced that the Veracruz would be discontinued and replaced by the Santa Fe. 


Hyundai Azera


The Hyundai Azera was introduced in 2006 and was Hyundai's first near-luxury car. It was a comfortable and refined large sedan that offered a relaxed ride quality, sound handling, and quiet interior. It was discontinued in 2017 after customers lost interest and Hyundai emphasized its new luxury brand. 



The Current Lineup for Hyundai


Today, Hyundai has a lineup of vehicles that allows drivers to find a car perfect for them. Here is was Hyundai currently offers today:


Hyundai Venue


The Hyundai Venue is a forward-thinking SUV made to conquer the city. It is safe, nimble, and smart as it is equipped with advanced technology and features to enhance the driving experience. This little vehicle packs a punch with 121 horsepower and is capable on the road with Drive Mode Select that lets you choose between normal, sport, or snow mode. 


Hyundai KONA


The Hyundai KONA packs plenty of style and versatility into its compact SUV body. Optional all-wheel-drive allows you to take on many different terrains. The KONA is intuitively safe with rear cross-traffic collision warning and blind-spot collision warning. Boasting up to 33 MPG on the highway and 175 horsepower, the KONA packs a punch in its small frame. 


Hyundai Tucson 


The Tucson is a great fit for any occasion thanks to an impressive balance of style, smarts, and award-winning safety. An 8-inch color touchscreen navigation, wireless device charging, and 2nd-row USB outlet give everyone in the Hyundai Tucson comfort and convenience. The Tucson is extremely powerful as it has up to 2,000 pounds of towing capacity and up to 181 horsepower. 


Hyundai Santa Fe


The Hyundai Santa Fe is a rugged all-wheel-drive SUV. It is the most premium Santa Fe yet, featuring premium Nappa leather seating and quilted leather door panels. The Santa Fe is another powerful Hyundai with up to 277 horsepower and 3,500 pounds of towing capacity. Hyundai SmartSense keeps everyone on the road safe as it features Lane Following Assist and Blind Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist. 


Hyundai Palisade


This 8-passenger SUV from Hyundai provides three rows of modern elegance and an ultra-stylish exterior. The technology in the Hyundai Palisade is wired for families as it has a Driver Talk in-car intercom and available wireless device charging. 291 horsepower and up to 5,000 pounds of towing capacity means you can take virtually anything with you when driving the Palisade. 


Hyundai NEXO Fuel Cell


The NEXO Fuel Cell isn't just the world's first dedicated hydrogen-powered SUV, it is Hyundai's technology flagship. With an EPA-estimated range of 380 miles, you can go anywhere in the NEXO Fuel Cell. Fueling the NEXO Fuel Cell is as easy as pumping gas, but you have the highest range of any fuel cell vehicle in 5 minutes or less. This is our most advanced vehicle yet with an integrated seamless display, Krell Premium Audio, and Blind-Spot view monitor. 


Hyundai Accent


The Hyundai Accent is subcompact sedan that is big on style while staying extremely efficient. The Accent gets up to 41 MPG on the highway, meaning you can go virtually anywhere with a full tank. An available big color touchscreen display and tech that syncs to your phone makes the drive extremely easy. The Accent is also extremely convenient with a hands-free smart trunk release, heated front row seats, and proximity key entry with push to start capability. 


Hyundai Elantra 


The all-new Elantra takes a giant leap into modern style and intelligent innovation. The Elantra has a full spectrum of choices for power and efficiency, boasting a hybrid option with 50+ MPG and Hyundai's first N Line sport performance option. The interior of the Elantra is low, wide, and ample, giving the driver a feeling of confidence, capability, and comfort when driving. The Bose Premium Audio and Blue Link Connected Car Service give you convenience and fun with these features. 


Hyundai Sonata


The Hyundai Sonata has been innovated in a way to change it from ordinary to extraordinary. The Sonata has a Hyundai Digital Key that allows you to use your smartphone to unlock doors and start the engine. The modern, clean space interior design is made with the drivers' comfort and convenience in mind. Hyundai SmartSense gives the driver peace of mind with Highway Drive-Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, and Smart Cruise Control. 


Hyundai IONIQ 


The IONIQ is the most fuel-efficient car in America, getting up to 59 MPG on the highway. The bold, airflow-inspired form and lines of the IONIQ combined with a mesh pattern grille, striking LED lights, and Eco-spoke wheels make this hybrid's design unlike many others. The IONIQ has regenerative braking, meaning that the brakes convert energy into electric power, which recharges the battery along the way. 


Hyundai Veloster


The Hyundai Veloster is not only fun to look at, it is also fun to drive. This 3-door vehicle sets itself apart from anything else on the road which gives it a unique swagger. The Veloster has sharp handling and control to combine with its 201 horsepower. It is also filled with technology such as a Heads-Up display, wireless device charging, and Android Auto or Apple CarPlay capabilities. 


Hyundai Elantra GT 


Performance, versatility, and agility are what the iconic Elantra GT is known for. This Hyundai has more cargo space volume than the Civic, Cruze, Golf, Mazda3, and Focus HB, setting the standard for what hatchbacks are capable of. The 8-inch touchscreen navigation, wireless device charging, and available Android Auto and Apple CarPlay make Elantra GT technologically capable of all your wants and needs.