Long-time Las Vegan buys 2014 Tucson from Centennial Hyundai

Southern Nevada businessman Victor Ayala has been in Las Vegas since 1970. He has been a hairstylist for the past 44 years.

When he decided he wanted a Hyundai, he went to Centennial Hyundai to purchase a 2014 Hyundai Tucson. Located at 6200 Centennial Center Blvd. in the northwest valley, Centennial Hyundai fulfilled all of Ayala’s needs.

“I shopped a lot of cars and I loved the looks of the Hyundai,” said the 72-year-old Ayala, who moved here from Chicago after growing up in El Paso, Texas. “The Tucson is a powerful four-cylinder that moves very well on the freeway. With a Hyundai, you get a lot of car and features for the price. In addition, I liked all the safety and warranties that Hyundai gives you. It’s an amazing package.”

The purchase was Ayala’s first-ever purchase of a Hyundai, which also includes an automatic transmission with cruise control.

“I was driving a Lexus for almost 10 years before I was in an accident,” Ayala said. “I also drove nothing but Cadillac before that.”

Ayala said he goes on a lot of road trips, and is planning to visit his sister in Laverne, Calif.

“I also love to go fishing in Duck Creek, Utah,” he said. “It’s my favorite spot to fish and the Tucson will be perfect for trips like the one to Southern Utah.”

The Hyundai comes complete with a 10-year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty and five-year, 60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.

Ayala praised his sales agent Amos Maly.

“He gave me a great deal,” he said. “He’s an excellent salesman with a terrific personality.”

Centennial Hyundai is at 6200 Centennial Center Blvd. in the northwest valley.

It is part of a locally owned operation that also includes Planet Hyundai Sahara at 7150 W. Sahara Ave. and the Planet Hyundai Used Car Superstore at 7100 W. Sahara Ave.

For more information, call 702-483-2200 (Centennial), or 702-938-1400 (Sahara) or visit www.planetlv.com.


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