The 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe has some exciting changes in store. For the new model year, this SUV boasts a fresh exterior look, a redesigned interior layout, and an efficient hybrid powertrain option.
The exterior of the new Santa Fe shows off a widened grille
with new lighting signatures, a more sculpted design, and athletic roof rails.
The interior redesign includes a floating console, contrast stitching, and
options like a 10.25-inch touch screen and soft-touch materials.
The Santa Fe’s new hybrid powertrain pairs dual electric
motors with a 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, delivering total
system output of 225 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque. This hybrid system
comes paired to a six-speed automatic transmission and comes standard with
all-wheel drive. If you don’t want a hybrid, you can choose between a 191-horsepower
2.5-liter engine or a 277-horsepower turbo.
If you’re in the market for premium creature comforts, the
2021 Santa Fe is getting a new top-level trim: the Ultimate Calligraphy. This
trim level comes with a Head-Up Display, quilted Nappa leather seats, exclusive
20-inch alloy wheels, and an HTRAC AWD system with downhill braking.
If you’re interested in learning more about the 2021 Santa Fe, you won’t have to wait much longer. We’re expecting this new SUV to arrive soon here at Downtown Hyundai in Toronto.
Hyundai is raising the bar in the compact SUV segment. The carmaker just introduced the newly redesigned 2022 Hyundai Tucson, complete with a cutting-edge look, class-leading technologies, and better performance and efficiency.
For the 2022 model year, the Tucson boasts the brand’s
evolving Sensuous Sportiness design language. It uses sculpted lines and muscular
stance to create a svelte, sophisticated silhouette that hints at the future. Seven
exterior colour options are available for this new model, including White
Cream, Phantom Black, Shimmering Silver, Nocturne Gray, Amazon Gray, Flame Red,
and Intense Blue.
Inside, ambient lighting helps create an atmosphere that
suits your mood, using up to 64 colours and 10 levels of brightness. The cabin also
features a dual 10.25-inch touch screen. Its second-row seats fold down to
create a flat load floor for your cargo.
Hyundai has also strived to give you a more digital ownership experience with the 2022 Tucson. For instance, you can turn your smartphone into a smart key to lock and unlock your Tucson. You can even start the engine and climate control system with your phone from up to 90 feet away.
The 2022 Tucson’s powertrain options include a 2.5-litre
four-cylinder engine, along with hybrid and plug-in hybrid models.
According to Hyundai, the 2022 Tucson will go on sale during the first half of 2021. And once it’s available, you can test-drive the new Tucson right here at Downtown Hyundai in Toronto.
The 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe is raising the bar in the compact SUV segment. Redesigned for the 2021 model year, this all-new vehicle is ready to take on anything your family throws its way, featuring updates both inside and out.
The recently unveiled 2021 Santa Fe comes with a new grille,
which fully spans the front of the vehicle. The grille’s geometric patterning
gives it a modern feel, while the daytime running lights and taillights are
connected by a long, uninterrupted line to give the Santa Fe a sophisticated
Inside, new soft-touch materials and a raised centre console
give the vehicle a welcoming atmosphere. Along with a new shift-by-wire system,
the Santa Fe comes with a Terrain Mode selector knob, making it easy to take on
Toronto weather with seven available modes: Mud, Snow, Sand, Eco, Sport,
Comfort, and Smart.
The centre console features a brand-new 10.25-inch touch-screen
display, which gives you access to voice-guided navigation, preloaded maps, and
a range of infotainment features that will allow you to keep you connected on
Hyundai hasn’t announced a release date for the 2021 Santa Fe yet. In the meantime, visit us here at Downtown Hyundai in Toronto to test-drive the current Santa Fe or any of our other great SUV models.
The Hyundai Elantra lineup just got a whole lot sportier. Hyundai recently announced that it is expanding its popular sedan lineup with an all-new model: the N Line.
The 2021 Hyundai Elantra N Line model is built with
providing more driving fun for consumers, especially while driving around
Toronto. This sporty edition is characterized by specific N design elements and
Under the hood, the 2021 Elantra N Line will come equipped
with a 1.6-litre GDI turbocharged engine that is paired to either a six-speed
manual or seven-speed Double Clutch Transmission. This powertrain will pump out
201 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque.
The Elantra N Line has also undergone some engineering
changes to increase its performance. Its suspension has been stiffing for
better handling, and it also features 18-inch alloy wheels, a multi-link
independent rear suspension, and larger front brake rotors.
Inside, a leather-wrapped perforated N steering wheel flaunts
metallic spokes, while the N sport seats with leather bolsters, gearshift with
metal accents, and alloy pedals add to the vehicle’s athletic feel. There are
also a number of driver-oriented features, including paddle shifters and a
Drive Mode Selector system.
Here at Downtown Hyundai in Toronto, we can’t wait to get you behind the wheel of the Elantra N Line. We’re expecting this thrilling new model to arrive sometime around the end of the year.
Hyundai is changing things up for the 2021 Hyundai Elantra. This all-new sedan features a design that is a big departure from the previous model year, along with an array of new technologies.
The 2021 Elantra is based on the Hyundai Sensuous Sportiness
design philosophy. Its striking new silhouette has a coupe-like look with a
longer, lower, and wider stance. Its edgy design is enhanced by the use of
geometric lines and gem-like shapes throughout.
The 2021 Elantra is also ready to make commuting in Toronto
more efficient. This model year’s lineup will feature the first-ever Elantra
Hybrid, which uses a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine and a 32-kilowatt electric
motor to offer more fuel efficiency. The hybrid puts out 139 horsepower and 195
lb-ft of torque while offering superior fuel-efficiency numbers.
Along with a new design and a hybrid model, the Elantra presents
a wide range of new technologies. It comes standard with Apple CarPlay® and
Android Auto™ smartphone integration, while also expanding the availability of
Hyundai Digital Key, which allows drivers to lock and unlock their vehicle with
a smartphone and even share access with other drivers.
Finally, the 2021 Elantra comes standard with six
SmartSense™ safety technologies: Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with
Pedestrian Detection, Lane Keeping Assist, Lane Following Assist, High Beam
Assist, Driver Attention Warning, and a rearview camera with dynamic
It’s time to celebrate the Hyundai Santa Fe. The popular SUV model is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, marking a Hyundai milestone in Canada.
Introduced in October 2000, the Santa Fe is the
longest-running Hyundai SUV in Canada, entering its fourth generation later
this year. Over the years, this vehicle has undergone a significant evolution,
leading the way as a flagship for new features.
Hyundai has sold more than 5,260,000 units of the Santa Fe
around the world, with over 356,226 sold in Canada as of April 2020.
“The Santa Fe was Hyundai’s first SUV, and it is one of our
longest-running model lines, making it a key model not only globally but
especially in Canada,” says Don Romano, president and CEO of Hyundai Auto
Canada. “For Hyundai, it is an icon which continues to evolve in terms of
design, safety, technology, roominess, and comfort. With this latest evolution,
Santa Fe maintains its status as the safest SUV in its segment while also
moving the needle forward with new electrification.”
If you’re interested in learning more about the Santa Fe, Downtown Hyundai currently has the 2020 model in stock at our Toronto dealership. And this fall, you’ll be able to stop in and test-drive the all-new 2021 Santa Fe.
To help make buying a vehicle safer and less stressful in
these uncertain times, you can now make your purchase at Downtown Hyundai without
even having to visit our dealership. Here’s how to shop for a new vehicle from
the comfort of your own home.
Utilize DAG Online. Discover the models we have on our lot, create your own custom vehicle, and more with our DAG Online website. This online inventory is a convenient option that even lets you see the exact number of vehicles we have in stock at any given moment. You can also utilize Hyundai Express Shopping to do the same.
Experience easy financing. Our expert finance team
will work with you to find the right finance option for your needs. Even if
your credit is subpar, we can help you buy or lease your new Hyundai.
Do everything online. Search for the right model for your needs, value your trade-in, apply for credit, and more. Regardless of what you want to do, you can complete this process on our website. You can even opt to get your new vehicle delivered directly to your home in the Toronto area. Simply call us if you have any questions along the way.
Whether you’re interested in a full-size Palisade SUV or a
pint-sized Kona, your Downtown Hyundai purchase is just a few clicks away.
Ensuring your car is clean is an important part of car ownership. If you’re looking to get your car looking at new – and get rid of germs while you’re at it – then you should consider these tips for how to sanitize your car.
Put on gloves. One of the first things you should do
before you even begin cleaning is put on some disposable gloves. They will help
protect your hands against harsh cleaning chemicals and will also help prevent
the spread of disease. When you’re wearing these gloves, make sure you remember
not to touch anything but the car and cleaning supplies – this includes your
face, phone, and clothes.
Give it a good scrub. Clean the hard surfaces of your
car’s interior with either disinfectant wipes or regular soapy water. Don’t
forget important hot spots for germs like the interior and exterior door
handles, center console, and dashboard.
Remember soft surfaces. Your car’s carpets, seats,
and headline can easily absorb dirt and germs. Clean these surfaces with
leather cleaner, vehicle carpet cleaner, or upholstery shampoo, depending on
the type of upholstery your car has.
Keep it clean. Once your car is clean, make a
concentrated effort to avoid making it dirty again. Use hand sanitizer with at
least 60 percent alcohol content and use disinfecting wipes to regularly
disinfect your steering wheel, shifter knob, and other regularly touched
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is an organization that has helped create the benchmark for automotive safety in North America. Its Top Safety Pick awards are only given to vehicles that can pass their stringent tests. Hyundai has tied for the most IIHS Top Safety Pick awards in the automotive industry this year, boasting nine models that earned the honour.
The most notable is the all-new Hyundai Nexo fuel cell SUV.
This model was one of six Top Safety Pick+ (the highest accolade given out by
the IIHS) winners to come standard with headlights that have received the
organization’s highest rating of “Good”. The “Good” rating indicates that the
vehicle’s lights provides solid visibility, while also lacking excessive glare
that could affect drivers in oncoming vehicles.
Along with the Nexo, the IIHS also recognized eight other
Hyundai models with their Top Safety Pick accolade. These vehicles include:
Hyundai Kona when equipped with optional front crash protection and optional LED headlights
Hyundai Tucson when equipped with optional front crash protection and optional LED headlights
Hyundai Palisade when equipped with optional LED headlights
Hyundai Santa Fe when equipped with optional LED headlights
Hyundai Elantra when equipped with optional front crash protection and optional LED headlights
Hyundai Elantra GT when equipped with optional front crash protection and optional LED headlights
Hyundai Veloster when equipped with optional front crash protection and optional LED headlights
Hyundai Sonata when equipped with optional LED headlights
The weather is warming up, flowers are starting to bloom, and spring is finally here. If you’re wondering about the best ways to get your car ready for the new season, consider these automotive spring cleaning tips.
Give it a scrub. Winter’s onslaught of road salt,
ice, and snow can cause a lot of damage to your car’s exterior. Begin your
spring cleaning with an exterior scrub, using warm water and soap to get all
excess grime off your vehicle. Remember to clean your car’s undercarriage and wash
your tires with tire-cleaning spray and a firm brush. Finally, dry the vehicle
with a clean microfiber towel so you don’t leave any streaks behind.
Clean the interior. Trash can accumulate during the
winter months, which can you’re your car an untidy feel. Clean out this trash
and put it in the garbage where it belongs — and make sure you give your
interior a good vacuum, too.
Remember your floor mats. From dried mud to crusty
road salt, your floor mats can collect a lot of dirt during the winter. That’s
why you need to pay special attention to them during your spring cleaning. If
you have carpet mats, use a carpet cleaner to get them looking like new. Rubber
mats can be wiped down with some warm soapy water.
Following these tips will help get your car in great shape for spring. You might also want to consider catching up on recommended maintenance — something we can help you out with here at Downtown Hyundai.