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2016 Tucson designed for today’s distracted society

Third time’s a charm for Randy and Bernice Stenberg. They loved their 2007 Hyundai Accent and it was still running beyond 100,000 miles but they knew it was time to look for a new car. They did their research and had their eye on a 2014 Hyundai Tucson.

After visiting several other dealerships in the valley, they decided on Henderson Hyundai Superstore because of the no-pressure sales approach. They test drove and ultimately bought a 2014 Tucson from there.

While they were happy with the purchase, Randy and Bernice kept thinking of the Upgrade Program they learned about at the time of purchase. They headed back to the dealership to inquire more about the specific upgrades that would be available to them. Specifically, the new technology and safety features in the newer 2016 model are what prompted them to consider an upgrade. So they turned in their 2014 Tucson for a 2016 Tucson at Henderson Hyundai Superstore.

Hyundai prides itself in offering real driving solutions for today’s distracted society. The 2016 Tucson offers a rearview camera along with several advanced safety features including automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot detection and lane departure warning, which is the latest technology that helps drivers avoid accidents.

The cross traffic alert and lane departure warning system help drivers maintain vehicle control and lane position. If the driver drifts outside the lane without signaling, an audible and visual cue from the system is designed to keep the driver focused and in their lane.

The automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection can detect vehicles being driven by absent-minded drivers in its path and deploy braking force automatically, even if the driver doesn’t have time to react. The stopping power can apply full brakes from 5 to 50 miles per hour.

The blind spot detection system is like having eyes in your blind spot. The 2016 Tucson’s rear parking sensors are embedded in the rear bumper, and when the reverse gear is engaged, the distance sensors produce a warning sound for the driver if the back of the car gets too close to an object. The 8-inch touchscreen display allows the driver to monitor all activity from the rear view camera.

“The friendliness and exceptional customer service provided to us at Henderson Hyundai is unparalleled. They made it happen for us and we’re so happy with our new fully loaded 2016 Tucson,” Bernice Stenberg said.

Backed by a reputation for excellence, Henderson Hyundai Superstore is the No. 1 selling Hyundai dealer in Nevada. Henderson Hyundai Superstore has been family-owned and operated since 2002 and is located at 460 N. Boulder Highway, between Lake Mead Boulevard and Warm Springs Road.

The dealership is open for sales from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Parts and service are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Henderson Hyundai Superstore carries genuine Hyundai parts, accessories and certified auto repair and services, all of which can be ordered or scheduled by visiting HendersonHyundai.com. For additional information, call 702-799-9511.

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