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Lehigh Valley Hyundai compares variety of Hyundai models to competing Ford models

Hyundai dealership services Lehigh Valley, Allentown, Bethlehem and Emmaus, Pa.

LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa., March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Finding and researching a car can quickly become a time-consuming process as there are so many vehicles that saturate the automotive market. To assist consumers in shortening the research process, Lehigh Valley Hyundai, a Hyundai dealer serving Allentown, Bethlehem and Emmaus, Pa., has added a variety of competitive comparisons to their brand-new responsive website. The comparisons help to show the superiority of Hyundai vehicles over the vehicles in the Ford lineup, which is one of Hyundai's biggest competitors.

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Among the extensive comparisons is one which highlights the most significant differences between the 2014 Hyundai Elantra and the 2014 Ford Focus. The compact car comparison shows that when it comes to the capabilities that matter most to buyers shopping in the compact segment, the Elantra is undoubtedly superior. The Elantra offers higher fuel economy ratings in the city and highway cycles, and it also provides a larger passenger volume than the Focus, allowing all five passengers to sit comfortably.

Lehigh Valley Hyundai also conducted a mid-size car comparison which puts the capabilities of the 2014 Hyundai Sonata and the 2014 Ford Fusion side by side. The vehicles are competitive when it comes to overall price and interior space, but when it comes to power and fuel economy ratings, the Sonata offers a slight advantage over the Fusion. The Sonata provides a combined fuel economy rating of 24 mpg, while the Fusion is only capable of a combined rating of 22 mpg.

Buyers in the market for a larger vehicle are sure to find that the crossover SUV comparison on the dealership's website is extremely helpful. The comparison looks at the similarities and differences between the 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe and the 2014 Ford Edge, which are two of the best selling crossovers in the segment. Fuel economy ratings for the SUVs are competitive, but the seven-passenger seating capacity of the Santa Fe helps to give the crossover an advantage when interior space is taken into account.

Consumers interested in viewing the complete model comparisons are encouraged to visit the Lehigh Valley Hyundai website at www.lehighvalleyhyundai.com. Questions about the models, or about the services offered at the dealership can be directed to the Lehigh Valley Hyundai sales staff, which can be reached through the website, or by phone at 844-364-5902.

Media Contact: Andy Wright, Vinart Dealerships, 610-967-6500, [email protected]

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