Hyundai Model Awards and Accolades

Hyundai Awards and Accolades

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2015 Make Model in GEO1, GEO2, and GEO3
2015 Make Model in GEO1, GEO2, and GEO3

Industry-Leading Improvement Catapults Hyundai's Nameplate Ranking In 2017 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study

"Hyundai's dedication to product quality is a foundational part of our overall strategy. The Vehicle Dependability Study ranking demonstrates our continuous effort to be better," said Barry Ratzlaff, vice president, customer satisfaction, Hyundai Motor America. "Quality is a priority for customers, and we're constantly trying to improve the indicators measured by the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study (IQS) rankings, thereby improving long-term dependability."

2015 Make Model in GEO1, GEO2, and GEO3

Sonata named one of the 10 Most Awarded Cars of 2016 by Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com

Every year Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com highlights the standout vehicles in its comparisons, reviews and lists. This content helps a variety of shoppers decide on which vehicle best meets their needs. For 2016, Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com named Hyundai Sonata one of their 10 Most Awarded Cars.

2015 Make Model in GEO1, GEO2, and GEO3

2017 Hyundai TOP SAFETY PICK+ Vehicles:

Vehicles must excel in high-speed frontal crash tests, side crash tests, rollover tests and more to earn this award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), when equipped with optional Automatic Emergency Braking on all SUV models built after March 2016.

-Santa Fe

-Elantra

2015 Make Model in GEO1, GEO2, and GEO3

2017 Hyundai TOP SAFETY PICK Vehicles:

Vehicles must excel in high-speed frontal crash tests, side crash tests, rollover tests and more to earn this award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), when equipped with optional Automatic Emergency Braking on all SUV models built after March 2016.

-Tucson

-Santa Fe Sport

-Sonata

2015 Make Model in GEO1, GEO2, and GEO3

2017 HYUNDAI VEHICLES WITH A NHTSA 5-STAR OVERALL SAFETY RATING

The government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducts vehicle testing each year to give consumers information about crashworthiness, collision avoidance and other areas that improve the safety of new vehicles.

-Sonata

-Tucson

-Santa Fe Sport