Thursday, December 29, 2005

Testimonials From Gary Rome Hyundai

Lynda Gunn is a very knowledgeable salesperson, very easy to talk with and a great personality she is a great asset to Gary Rome Hyundai and deserves big raise. Thank you for a great car buying experience Lynda. p.s. hope to see Lynda soon!! It is the 1st time I can truly say buying a car was a pleasure. Everyone at the dealership was friendly, polite and pleasant there was no pressure to buy; just good information and conversation. Other dealerships could certainly learn public relation techniques from Gary Rome. The car was a birthday gift and my husband wanted the car on Aug 24, 2005 so he went to the dealer about one week before he needed it and it was ready on my birthday so the delivery date was perfect. Carroll Perez was super. He made buying my new Tucson a pleasure. I had purchased my used wagon there several years before so liked the Gary Rome dealership. Carroll is so patient and an easy going nature. How I like to buy a car. No pressure, no hassles. I have purchased several cars-have never met a more polite, informative, and honest salesman Steve Ruggeri understands the value of good business practice Gary Rome can be proud of this salesman. Always remember to visit for latest deals available Gary Rome Hyundai , Hyundai Accessory Store and Hyundai Performance Auto Parts.

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Redesigned Santa Fe Gets Third Row of Seats

SEOUL — The redesigned Hyundai Santa Fe, which will be built in Alabama in the first quarter of 2006, adds a third row of seats. At 184 inches long, the new Santa Fe is about 7 inches longer than the current model and nearly 2 inches wider and higher. The Santa Fe has seven seats, compared with five for the current model. The third row of seats folds flat into the floor. Hyundai says the chassis was revised to make the ride more sedan-like, especially for rear passengers. In North America, the new Santa Fe will have a 3.3-liter V-6 gasoline engine. In Europe it will be available with a new 2.2-liter diesel engine or a 2.7-liter V-6 gasoline engine. The Korean automaker is targeting sales of 60,000 units a year in Korea, and exports of 150,000 units a year from Korea to markets outside of North America. Company officials wouldn't release a sales target for North America, which will be supplied by the plant in Montgomery, Ala. The plant also assembles the Hyundai Sonata. Hyundai expects the new Santa Fe to compete with the Ford Escape and Jeep Liberty. Prices for the new model were not released. The current model starts at $22,395, including freight. — Reported by Norman Thorpe, AutoWeek Always remember to visit for latest deals available Gary Rome Hyundai , Hyundai Accessory Store and Hyundai Performance Auto Parts.