What is Hyundai Auto Link? Find Out at Empire Hyundai.

If there's one thing that most drivers share in common, it's a desire to get the most out of their cars. You want to be able to hit the road confident that it will last for years to come. One of the best ways to help with this? Making sure you do your part to take care of your vehicle.

That's a task that can be easier said than done. Every driver has little habits, and it can be hard to identify when you're driving in a way that can negatively affect your vehicle and its…

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Hyundai Hybrid-Electric Technology Helps You Skip the Service Station

Hyundai's hybrid and electric technology is a cut above. Hyundai hybrid-electric vehicles use an exclusive high-capacity lithium-ion polymer battery system, which makes them some of the most advanced vehicles available in their class.

Hyundai is so confident in the quality, durability, and longevity of these advanced battery systems that they offer a Lifetime Hybrid/Electric Battery Warranty. If that battery does fail, Hyundai will replace it and recycle the old battery free of charge to the original owner. A hybrid warranty like this simply isn't available anywhere else.


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Safety Comes Standard with Hyundai

With Hyundai, safety comes first. Every Hyundai is engineered for maximum safety--every aspect of every Hyundai vehicle is carefully crafted to meet the highest standards. That's why it's no surprise that the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe, Tucson, Sonata, Santa Fe Sport, Ioniq HEV, Elantra, and Elantra GT all earned IIHS Top Safety Pick ratings.

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Consider spending your tax refund on a new car

Its tax season again and for many people its time to figure out how to spend their refund. So many options are tugging at your wallet hoping for a chance to entice you to spend. So what do you do? Do you head to the furniture store or the electronics store? Do you put in the bank and save it? Well, who really does that. How about joining around a third of Americans by spending that refund to buy a new car?

The average refund is around $3,000, and if you need a new car, that can go a…

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Explore 2018 Hyundai Models and All of Their Innovative Technology


Hyundai vehicles are known for their high quality, reliability, and style. But, here at Empire Hyundai, one of our favorite parts about our Hyundai models is something not many people are aware of - the incredibly long lists of standard features designed to both pamper you and keep you safe.

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How Should I Prepare My Car For Winter?

Every vehicle requires routine maintenance, but when the temperature begins to cool and the snow flurries start to fly, you should pay attention to these specific vehicle maintenance issues. Once you've read through these, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us, here at Empire Hyundai. We would love to help you make sure your vehicle is ready for the winter.

  • Engine - You should have your engine looked at and fine-tuned, especially if you've been noticing rough idling, stalling, low power, or hard starts. The freezing temperatures will make any problems much worse.
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Get Your Tires Changed Before The Snow Falls

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Here, in Fall River, MA, we tend to receive quite a bit of snow over the winter, and sometimes spring, months. Before the snow, ice, and freezing temperatures of the winter begin, we encourage you to stop by Empire Hyundai and have your new or stored winter tires put on.

Why should you switch over to winter tires? It's simple: winter tires are made for snow. Besides their deep treads and studded outer layer, they also are created with a softer rubber. The treads provide you much better traction in the snow, as the deep trenches allow for a…

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Say Hello to Hyundai's New 2018 Vehicle Lineup

The new year is nearly upon us, and that means Hyundai has begun to roll out its 2018 models. Each of these models are seeing updates and upgrades for the next model year.

Among cars and compacts, there are several changes. The Accent and Elantra GT are all new, while the Sonata gets a fresh redesign. The 2018 Ioniq carries over from 2017, but gets a new plug-in hybrid trim.


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