2015 Hyundai Models Soon Available at Hyundai Dealer in Tacoma
Larson Hyundai has the information you need to know on 2015 Hyundai Models Soon Available at Hyundai Dealer in Tacoma that includes the next-generation Genesis and all-new Sonata. The Sonata is redesigned for 2015 with a more refined look and a larger cabin, as well as a comprehensive chassis overhaul that sources say will improve and refine handling. Four trim levels are available: SE, Sport, Limited, and Sport 2.0T. All trim levels, minus the Sport, come with a 185 horsepower four-cylinder engine coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission with a SHIFTRONIC system. Standard safety features on the SE include front, front seat side, curtain and driver’s knee airbag, driver’s blind spot mirror, LED daytime running lights, 16″ alloy wheels, rear lip spoiler, and a 6-way passenger seat. The Sport upgrades to 17″ alloy wheels, dual exhaust, sport front fascia, side turn-signal indicators, heated front seats, 5″ color touchscreen audio display, Blue Link telematic system, and a rearview camera. Stepping up to the 2.0T means even larger 18″ alloy wheels, sport-tuned suspension and steering, rear diffuser, quad exhaust, HID headlights, LED tail lights, proximity key entry with push button start, hands-free smart trunk, aluminum pedals, sport seats with leather surfaces and contrast stitching, auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink, and a dual automatic temperature control system.
Also part of the 2015 Hyundai Models Soon Available at Hyundai Dealer in Tacoma is the completely redesigned Genesis. The next-generation Genesis sees a completely new rear-wheel-drive platform and an available all-wheel drive platform. For those looking for more horsepower than than standard 311-hp V6, there will be a 420 hp 5.0L V8 rear-wheel-drive model to choose from that sources say will give its European and Japanese competitors a run for their money. The 2015 Hyundai Genesis also sees a comprehensive update to the interior with a revised center stack and center console layout, a larger navigation display, more dash curves and a tasteful blend of wood, aluminum and metallic trim. The updates raise the Genesis up to par with far more expensive luxury sedans in the same class. The Genesis also offers two new innovations. The first is a CO2 sensor that will automatically open outside vents when it detects levels of human CO2 emissions that can induce drowsiness. The second is a hands-free trunk-opening system that will pop the lid if the driver stands next to the trunk for three seconds.