Hyundai has been providing Canada with innovative designs, advanced technology and quality performing vehicles since 1989. With constant development and a desire to provide remarkable value by combining safety, quality, and efficiency, Hyundai has grown to become one of Canada’s most recognizable brands. It even sold more passenger cars in 2011-2015 than any other single car brand in Canada, and then went on to surpass the 2-million mark in sales in 2016. With everything Hyundai has to offer, it makes it easy for us as a dealership to sell their vehicles.

We truly enjoy helping consumers pick the perfect Hyundai model for their lifestyle. Curious what our all-time favourite Hyundai models are? Here are our top 5.

Icy roads can cause all kinds of headaches for drivers. The combination of near-freezing temperatures and water can result in hazardous conditions that you need to be prepared for. And when you can’t stay off the roads, you need to learn some tips for driving on icy roads that can keep you and others safe. Check out the best ones for smart driving this winter.

Winter tires are always your best bet for avoiding hazards on icy, slushy, and snow-covered roads. They have special tread that helps to grip the road better than even an all-season tires. Once you make the switch, you’ll notice a difference in your driving that is worth the investment. So when you decide that it’s time to purchase a set, check out our guide first on how to choose new winter tires.

It’s hard to believe that summer is already coming to an end – it never feels long enough! But as it winds down, it also means that it’s time to start prepping your car for back-to-school. With the weather starting to cool down, it’s the perfect time to get your car maintenance done so you can be ready for the winter weather.  Here are some of the car essentials to have prepared before the snowy winter arrives.

Fall Car Maintenance Tips

November 15, 2017

As a driver, it’s crucial to get your vehicle ready for the winter months. And not everyone knows what exactly needs to be tested and upgraded to prepare their vehicle for the snow and ice we experience here in Canada. So, let us help you get your car ready with these simple fall car maintenance tips that should become part of your annual vehicle checklist.

Most people are ill-prepared to deal with a flat tire, but when it happens, it can leave you stranded in the most inconvenient places. So why not be proactive instead by learning what to do when this happens to you. Here are some essential steps to help you learn some of the basics when your car has a flat tire.

Helping your teen buy their first car doesn’t have to be difficult. You can meet halfway on their request for a cool ride while staying within a reasonable budget. Buying a used vehicle from a dealership for your teen can provide you with excellent choices that are reliable and safe. So, if you’re just starting your car search with your teen, first read these quick tips on everything you need to consider when buying a used car.

Navigating Around Potholes

September 25, 2017

After enduring the wintertime in Canada, water gets into the cracks,  freezes, and expands, causing cracks and potholes to form. These road hazards are a real threat to our cars and our safety. It’s most likely that it won’t ruin your car though, but a big hit can do a number on your suspension, wheel rims, and tires. If you think a pothole has done some damage, you can take it in and get it inspected and repaired at your local car dealership. But until then, check out these safety tips for navigating around potholes.

When you trade in your car, your only hope is to get the best value possible. When purchasing a new car from a dealership you will be offered a trade in incentive, and this can help you easily leave your older car behind for some quick cash. To ensure you are offered the best deals, follow these tips when trading in your vehicle.

When it comes to buying a used car, you are often faced with choosing between using a dealership or going with a private seller. There are advantages to using both but a dealership often is the preferred choice among purchasers. To find out why, read on as we explore the reasons dealerships are the more trusted vendor for buying used vehicles.