Buying Hyundai Supports Domestic Growth

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Your Hyundai dealer has some of the most cost efficient cars. Whether you shop at Keyes hyundai, or Los Angeles Hyundai, or Puente Hills Hyundai, or Glendora hyundai, you are going to find vehicles with a high level of content for an affordable price that are also backed by one the longest running warranties in the industry.

The Hyundai Azera at your local Hyundai dealer is a great example of this cost efficiency. It gets an EPA estimated 29 Highway MPG, which means you could drive on the highway for half an hour and only go through a gallon of gas. Think about all the money you could save on gas. Not only is a Hyundai more affordable, but it can also save you money in the long run, which is money that can go right back to paying for itself. You can find out more about such great mileage at your any Hyundai dealer.

When you support your Hyundai dealer, you also support a globally thinking, growing company. They employ over 75 thousand people world wide and sell vehicles in 193 countries through some 6 thousand dealerships and showrooms. As its cars grow in popularity, Hyundai continues to invest in American operations. So when you buy a Hyundai from your local Hyundai dealer, you do not simply get a car. Your purchase has the power to support our domestic economy.

In 1986, when Hyundai began selling cars stateside, they sold the most vehicles than any other company during their first year. So why not see what the hype is about and check out the Hyundai dealerships in Los Angeles and show that your purchase can help American economic growth?

19 Comments

Douglas Garrett 30-07-2013, 08:29

Is 29 Highway MPG good? What do Chevy trucks usually I get (thats what I drive)

Chloe Bryant 16-02-2014, 13:20

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Christopher Mann 18-03-2014, 12:35

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Al Blair 17-04-2014, 15:10

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Mathew Nelson 17-05-2014, 15:12

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Karl Brooks 16-06-2014, 15:14

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Patrick Wheeler 16-07-2014, 15:15

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Christopher Vega 15-08-2014, 15:17

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Jesse Jones 14-09-2014, 15:19

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Sarah Morales 14-10-2014, 15:21

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Rene Ward 13-11-2014, 16:22

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Willie Larson 13-12-2014, 16:24

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Lester George 12-01-2015, 16:25

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Neil Frahm 11-02-2015, 16:27

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Tommy Hart 13-03-2015, 15:13

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Rickey LAwrence 12-04-2015, 15:15

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Nathaniel Fletcher 12-05-2015, 15:16

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Chad Bradley 11-06-2015, 15:18

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

Billy Fowler 11-07-2015, 15:20

But I thought Hyundai was a foreign car company. How can supporting their business support Domestic?

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