Friday, June 07, 2019

June 2019 - Deal of the Month - Mud Guards

Protect the factory finish of your fenders from the impact of flying rocks,mud and other road hazards with our durable custom fitted Mudguards.
  • Sold in pairs.
  • Uses pre-existing holes. No drilling required.
  • New hardware included.


Add coupon to Cart - Deal of the Month June 2019 - HyundaiAccessoryStore

Offer expires June 30, 2018, 11:59 pm (EDT). Please call 1-800-852-4216 for complete details.

Monday, May 06, 2019

May 2019 - Deal of the Month - Cross Bars

Prepare your Hyundai for your most favorite recreational activity with our highly versatile Roof Rack Kit.

  • Comes with detailed instructions and all necessary hardware.


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Offer expires May 31, 2018, 11:59 pm (EDT). Please call 1-800-852-4216 for complete details.

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

April 2019 - Deal of the Month - Hyundai OEM Wiper Blades

How often should I change my wipers?

It is recommended that wiper blades be changed every six months to maintain maximum driving safety. As an easy reminder, you should change your wipers when you change your clock at daylight savings time.

What indicates that my wipers need replacing?

Deteriorated wipers produce an uneven wipe, which prevents proper contact with the windshield surface. This will create streaky or unwiped areas, severely impairing your driving vision. And remember - what you can't see, can harm you!

Why do I need to install new wipers when I live in an area where it hardly ever rains?

A wiper blade that hasn't been used for an extended period of time can dry out or develop permanent set, as described in the question above under the "Streaking" and "Chattering" section. Even if you don't use your blades often, they still need to be inspected for damage every six months.


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Offer expires April 30, 2018, 11:59 pm (EDT). Please call 1-800-852-4216 for complete details.

Friday, March 01, 2019

March 2019 Deal of the Month

Made from durable high impact acrylic. Custom fit for your new Genesis. Made of reinforced acrylic in dark smoke grey, the Vent Visor keeps rain out and lets fresh air in. Vent Visors also reduce heat buildup in parked cars by allowing windows to be kept partially open.

  • Sold in a set of four.
  • Has chrome trim to match OEM look.
  • Installs with genuine 3M Pressure Sensitive Acrylic Foam Tape.
  • No Drill Installation


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Offer expires March 31, 2018, 11:59 pm (EDT). Please call 1-800-852-4216 for complete details.

Monday, February 04, 2019

February 2019 Deal of the month

Molded from flexible, skid-resistant rubber, these durable Cargo Trays help prevent cargo from moving about as you drive, protecting against spills, dirt, grease and grime. These trays have a raised outer lip to retain fluids, resistant to most automotive chemicals. They are custom molded to fit the exact contours of the cargo space, yet remove and install in seconds for easy cleaning.

SAVE 15% Cargo Trays

Add coupon to Cart - Deal of the Month February 2019 - HyundaiAccessoryStore

Offer expires February 28, 2018, 11:59 pm (EDT). Please call 1-800-852-4216 for complete details.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Hyundai Walking Car Concept is the Future of the First Responder Industry

  • Debuting at CES 2019, “Elevate”, the Ultimate Mobility Vehicle (UMV), prepares communities in the event of a natural disaster
Wheels with robotic legs allow users to drive, walk or even climb over the most treacherous terrain

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2019 
– Any first responder will tell you that the first 72 hours following a natural disaster are the most crucial to saving lives. However, often times due to the nature of the disaster (forest fire, earthquake, hurricane, or flood), it can be difficult for search-and-rescue and humanitarian aid missions to reach and get immediate help to those in need.  
The need for efficient, rapid, resilient transportation for disaster assistance is what led Hyundai to develop the first-ever vehicle with moveable legs. Elevate is the first Ultimate Mobility Vehicle (UMV), blending technology found in electric cars and robots, which allows it to traverse terrain beyond the limitations of even the most capable off-road vehicle.
The Hyundai Elevate Concept in action after an earthquake.
Watch the Hyundai Elevate Concept video here. 
“When a tsunami or earthquake hits, current rescue vehicles can only deliver first responders to the edge of the debris field. They have to go the rest of the way by foot. Elevate can drive to the scene and climb right over flood debris or crumbled concrete,” said John Suh, Hyundai vice president and head of Hyundai CRADLE. “This technology goes well beyond emergency situations - people living with disabilities worldwide that don’t have access to an ADA ramp could hail an autonomous Hyundai Elevate that could walk up to their front door, level itself, and allow their wheelchair to roll right in – the possibilities are limitless.”
The Hyundai Elevate Concept helps a person get to a doctor appointment in a city.
The Elevate concept is based on a modular EV platform with the capability to switch out different bodies for specific situations. The robotic leg architecture has five degrees of freedom plus wheel hub propulsion motors and is enabled by the latest in electric actuator technology. This design is uniquely capable of both mammalian and reptilian walking gaits, allowing it to move in any direction. The legs also fold up into a stowed drive-mode, where power to the joints is cut, and the use of an integrated passive suspension system maximizes battery efficiency. This allows Elevate to drive at highway speeds just like any other vehicle. But no other can climb a five foot wall, step over a five foot gap, walk over diverse terrain, and achieve a 15 foot wide track width, all while keeping its body and passengers completely level. Further, the combination of wheeled motion with articulating legs provides a new paradigm of mobility by enabling faster walking speeds, unique dynamic driving postures and torsional control at the end of each leg.
The Hyundai Elevate demonstrates its mammalian walking gaits.
“By combining the power of robotics with Hyundai’s latest EV technology, Elevate has the ability to take people where no car has been before, and redefine our perception of vehicular freedom,” said David Byron, design manager, Sundberg-Ferar. “Imagine a car stranded in a snow ditch just 10 feet off the highway being able to walk or climb over the treacherous terrain, back to the road potentially saving its injured passengers – this is the future of vehicular mobility.”
A Hyundai Elevate climbs itself out of a snow covered ditch.
The Hyundai Elevate in drive mode.
Inside the Elevate, passengers would experience a vehicle fully engineered to tackle the roughest terrain comfortably. Engineering enhancements include:
  • Robotic legs with five degrees of freedom plus in-wheel propulsion
  • Ability to walk in mammalian and reptilian style gaits for omnidirectional motion
  • Capable of climbing a five foot vertical wall
  • Step over a five foot gap
  • Non-back drivable motors enable the legs to lock in any position
  • Modular electric vehicle platform

“We have been working with Sundberg-Ferar on the Elevate Concept for almost three years now,” added Suh. “Elevate is part of our various ‘Last-Mile’ technologies and solutions and it also has ‘Last-100 Yards’ capability too.”
About Hyundai CRADLEHyundai CRADLE is Hyundai Motor’s corporate venturing and open innovation business, which partners and invests extensively in prominent global startups to accelerate the development of advanced future automotive technologies. CRADLE identifies newly established startups that focus, amongst others, on ‘Disruptive Innovations’, including mobility services, artificial intelligence, robotics, smart energy solutions, smart city and cyber security.
About Hyundai Motor CompanyEstablished in 1967, Hyundai Motor Company is committed to becoming a lifetime partner in automobiles and beyond with its range of world-class vehicles and mobility services offered available in more than 200 countries. Employing more than 110,000 employees worldwide, Hyundai sold more than 4.5 million vehicles globally. Hyundai Motor continues to enhance its product line-up with vehicles that are helping to build solutions for a more sustainable future, such as NEXO – the world’s first dedicated hydrogen-powered SUV.
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Thursday, January 03, 2019