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TweetNew Car Calendar October 2017 New Car Calendar October 2017 Featured Vehicles A list of Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Abarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia: 2017 Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Oct). Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Oct). Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives … Continue reading New Car Calendar October 2017

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New Car Calendar October 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Oct).
  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Oct).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (Oct).
  • Kia Sorento: Updates for unsung Korean seven-seat SUV (Oct).
  • Kia Stinger: Four-door rear-drive GT concept to morph into Commodore rival (Oct).
  • Ford Focus RS: Limited-edition hyper-hatch scores Quaife front diff (Nov).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Nov).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Electric: First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius: Hyundai promises better look and drive (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Dec).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Dec).

2018

  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Feb 2018).
  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First Hyundai hot hatch to offer 202kW, 19-inch alloys, LSD (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Edge: Imported large SUV will fill the void vacated by Territory from October (2018).
  • Genesis GV80: First of two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2018).
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).
  • Kia Cerato: New Korean small sedan due by mid-2018, hatch to follow (2018).

2019

  • Jeep Scrambler: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV: Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo: Hybrid Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

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Posted: September 28, 2017, 7:08 am
TweetRedefining Gran Turismo. Redefining Kia. The All New Kia Stinger GT! Featured Vehicles KIA STINGER ARRIVES IN 2017 The new Kia Stinger took the world by storm at the Detroit Motor Show and Adrian Brien Kia is proud to announce its arrival in the third quarter of 2017. To stay in touch and be the … Continue reading Redefining Gran Turismo. Redefining Kia. The All New Kia Stinger GT!

Kia Stinger Passenger Side View
Kia Stinger Passenger Side View

Redefining Gran Turismo. Redefining Kia. The All New Kia Stinger GT!

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Kia Stinger Arriving Soon
Kia Stinger Arriving Soon

KIA STINGER ARRIVES IN 2017

The new Kia Stinger took the world by storm at the Detroit Motor Show and Adrian Brien Kia is proud to announce its arrival in the third quarter of 2017. To stay in touch and be the first to reserve your test drive, contact us on (08) 8374 5444 today.

“Cast aside any preconceptions; Kia has developed a genuine game-changer.”

Source: Kia Stinger 2017 Review, Motoring.

Kia Stinger Front Quarter View
Kia Stinger Front Quarter View

V6 TWIN TURBO – REAR WHEEL DRIVE

The new Kia Stinger will arrive as a rear wheel drive, powered by a 3.3 litre V6 twin turbo mated to a 8 speed transmission. The Stinger produces 272kW of power and an impressive 510Nm of torque reaching an expected 0-100km/h in just 4.9 seconds. There will also be a 182kW 2.0 litre turbo on offer.

“The Kia Stinger is a game-changer for the Korean brand and it’s even better than we thought it would be. It’s a complete performance package. Pluses: V6 version is a potent bit of kit; handling and ride sublime on fixed damper variants; high-speed composure over bumps; huge grip at both ends; comfort and practicality; brembo brakes hold up even on track; and cabin a step up.”

Source: 2018 Kia Stinger review, Car Advice.

Kia Stinger Design
Kia Stinger Design

DESIGNED BY THE WORLD’S BEST

Designed in Kia’s European studio under the hand of Kia‘s Head of Design, Peter Schreyer and tested on the gruelling Nürburgring, the Stinger is an uncompromising rendition of the true gran turismo ethos – nimble and fast, luxurious and quiet with the perfect balance of ride and handling.

“I think for the Kia brand, the Stinger is like a special event,” said Albert Biermann, former BMW M Division VP and now head of Kia‘s Vehicle Test & High Performance Development.

“Because nobody expects such a car, not just the way it looks but also the way it drives. It’s a whole different animal.”

Kia Stinger Interior
Kia Stinger Interior

SLEEK AND SOPHISTICATED INTERIOR

The cocoon-like interior features aircraft-style vents, metal-ringed gauges and satin chrome trim. The front seat cossets the driver for a firm yet sporty feel. The overall presentation is one of luxury and refinement.

Kia’s Stinger is a performance car for enthusiasts who don’t want to buy a luxury performance car.”

Source: 2018 KIA STINGER REVIEW, Practical Motoring.

Kia Stinger Tuned
Kia Stinger Tuned

DEVELOPED ON THE NÜRBURGRING, TUNED IN AUSTRALIA

The new Kia Stinger has been developed on the legendary Nürburgring circuit and will be further refined by Kia Australia to ensure the best ride, handling and stability package for our diverse roads and driving styles.

“The reality is, Kia has built a perception-changing, brand-building machine that will turn heads and for those that park one in their garage it also happens to be a well equipped, comfortable and rewarding package.”

Source: 2018 Kia Stinger First Drive Review | A Bold First Attempt From Kia For A Familiar Formula To Aussie Buyers, The Motor Report.

Kia Stinger Warranty
Kia Stinger Warranty

AUSTRALIA’S BEST WARRANTY

Like all Kia models in the range the Kia Stinger is covered by Australia’s best and only 7 Year Unlimited Km Warranty, with 7 Years Capped Price Servicing and up to 7 Years Roadside Assistance.

“Kia is already a worthy rival to the mainstream competition and it’s about time more people take notice. The Stinger is basically a really attractive, real-life advertising campaign. And, for those that buy one, they’ll be treated to a bloody good car.”

Source: 2017 Kia Stinger first drive review, Drive.

Adrian Brien Kia
Adrian Brien Kia | Corner 1305 South Road and 1 Ayliffes Road (enter via Ayliffes Road) St Marys SA 5042 | Phone: (08) 8374 5444 | Website: www.adrianbrienkia.com.au

BOOK YOUR TEST DRIVE TODAY!

The All-New Kia Stinger is coming soon so call the team at Adrian Brien Kia on (08) 8374 5444 and book your test drive today!

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Kia.

Corner 1305 South Road and 1 Ayliffes Road

(enter via Ayliffes Road) St Marys SA 5042

For choice, convenience and credibility search our stock now.

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Adrian Brien Kia
Adrian Brien Kia
Author: admin
Posted: September 28, 2017, 4:47 am
TweetNew Car Calendar September 2017 New Car Calendar September 2017 Featured Vehicles A list of Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Abarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia: 2017 Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Oct). Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Oct). Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally … Continue reading New Car Calendar September 2017

New Car Calendar July 2017
New Car Calendar September 2017

New Car Calendar September 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Oct).
  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Oct).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (Oct).
  • Kia Sorento: Updates for unsung Korean seven-seat SUV (Oct).
  • Kia Stinger: Four-door rear-drive GT concept to morph into Commodore rival (Oct).
  • Ford Focus RS: Limited-edition hyper-hatch scores Quaife front diff (Nov).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Nov).
  • Hyundai IONIQ: Electric First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius! Hyundai promises better look and drive (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Dec).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Dec).

2018

  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Feb 2018).
  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First Hyundai hot hatch to offer 202kW, 19-inch alloys, LSD (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Edge: Imported large SUV will fill the void vacated by Territory from October (2018).
  • Genesis GV80: First of two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2018).
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).
  • Kia Cerato: New Korean small sedan due by mid-2018, hatch to follow (2018).

2019

  • Jeep Scrambler: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV: Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo Hybrid: Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

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Posted: September 11, 2017, 12:37 am
TweetThe All-New Hyundai Kona SUV Featured Vehicles Hyundai Motor has unveiled the latest vehicle in its expanding line-up of stylish SUVs, the Kona compact SUV. With a strong, impactful design and uncompromised individuality, the Kona is designed to appeal to modern customers with active lifestyles. The Kona joins Tucson, Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport … Continue reading The All-New Hyundai Kona SUV

Hyundai Kona Exterior
Hyundai Kona Exterior

The All-New Hyundai Kona SUV

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Hyundai Motor has unveiled the latest vehicle in its expanding line-up of stylish SUVs, the Kona compact SUV. With a strong, impactful design and uncompromised individuality, the Kona is designed to appeal to modern customers with active lifestyles.

The Kona joins Tucson, Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport in a growing line-up of Hyundai Motor SUVs, as the company continues to widen customer choice in the segment. At the world premiere of its new B-segment SUV, Hyundai Motor reaffirmed its promise to deliver SUVs that feature progressive design with high interior refinement and spaciousness.

“With the Kona, we have created a stylish and highly functional compact SUV, perfectly suited to the needs of customers who pursue challenging, action-filled lifestyles,” said Euisun Chung, Vice Chairman of Hyundai Motor Company. “We aim to set new standards for the compact SUV segment, with appealing design, cutting-edge connectivity and class leading safety features.”

Source: Kona: World Premiere of an urban SUV for active lifestyles, Hyundai Australia.

Uncompromised Individuality And Purposeful Character

The Kona is a brand-new challenger in the B-SUV segment, with uncompromised individuality and innovative features. The Kona’s bold, daring image hints at the future design direction of Hyundai Motor’s next generation of SUV models and creates a unique proposition in the compact SUV segment.

Kona stands out from the crowd with high contrast design elements and striking style. Its masculine protective ‘armor’, combines powerfully with the futuristic LED lighting to create a high-tech look. Despite its unique appearance, the Kona doesn’t sacrifice sophistication and is highly capable – a combination designed to appeal to the Millennial demographic.

“What we liked: punchy 1.6 litre engine; relatively smooth and refined; safety and other tech.”

Source: Hyundai has a real contender with its new Kona compact SUV, Motoring.

Unique And Stylish Exterior Design

The Kona’s stand-out design is reinforced by the car’s voluminous, aggressive body styling, that emphasises the car’s well-proportioned, dynamic silhouette. Its low and wide stance complements the car’s stylish profile, with the long wheel base and short overhangs ensuring sporty, nimble handling, in addition to delivering superior driving stability at high speed.

‘Composite lamps’ enhance the Kona’s high-tech and mechanical appearance. The slim daytime running lights (DRL) incorporate turn signals and are positioned in a ‘stack’, separate to the LED headlights.

The Kona’s front is powerful, as its ‘armor’ shows its readiness for extreme activities. The compact SUV also adopts Hyundai Motor’s new family identity, the Cascading Grille, featuring a sporty mesh pattern, flanked by exceptional wing-type fenders that dominate the front design.

The visual relationship between the composite lamps, Hyundai‘s signature Cascading Grille and the unique armor design results in a totally distinct character, which is important in the increasingly competitive B-SUV segment.

Further stand-out design elements at the side reinforce the car’s tough and functional qualities. Most notably the contrasting black ‘armor’ that provides a protective skin and visually connects the front to the rear.

As with the front LED arrangement, the rear light configuration also creates a truly unique signature appearance. The slim brake lights, turn indicators and reverse lamp are placed in a separate configuration, surrounded by protective skin that begins at the C-pillar garnish.

In addition to the instantly recognisable shape, a number of playful colour variations allow buyers to customise their Kona. The roof is finished with a two-tone colour scheme, providing high contrast between the body and wheels – satisfying customers with a desire to express their individuality.

“What we like: solid underpinnings; 1.6-litre turbo is strongest engine in its class.”

Source: Hyundai Kona 2017 review: quick first drive, Cars Guide.

Spacious Interior Delivers Comfort And Convenience

Kona offers occupants generous interior space by optimising the underfloor layout, including the 4WD drivetrain and exhaust system, to reduce central tunnel intrusion. The suspension component layout is optimised at the rear, allowing for a lower floor and seating position to deliver class-leading levels of headroom and ease of access for rear occupants.

Designers also optimised interior space to maximise luggage storage capabilities, reflecting the requirements of customers with active lifestyles. The split-folding rear seats fold flat, with a two-level loading floor that allows easy access for a bicycle or golf club storage.

With an all-new compact SUV platform developed for the Kona, Hyundai Motor looks to set new performance standards for the compact SUV segment. The powertrain layout is optimised to create a compact platform capable of incorporating the car’s four-wheel-drive system while maintaining interior space.

The Kona blends exceptional fuel efficiency with a fun urban driving experience, delivering power and performance levels that are not often found in vehicles in its segment. The range of small-displacement turbo-charged petrol engines and diesel powertrains deliver a dynamic driving experience for nimble, easy motoring.

The new Kona is offered with a combination of gasoline and diesel engines of various power outputs – dependent on the market.

  • A 2.0-liter MPI Atkinson unit produces 110kW, with a 0-100km/h time of 10 seconds.
  • The Gamma 1.6T-GDI engine boasts 130kW, a 0-100km/h time of 7.7 seconds.

The newly-developed SUV’s chassis is engineered to be rigid, topped with a lightweight body for dynamic driving performance and a comfortable ride. The platform is optimised to permit SUV levels of ground clearance, while the optional 4WD system and drivetrain is intelligently packaged to offer a spacious interior despite its compact proportions.

Hyundai Kona Safety
Hyundai Kona Safety

Strong And Protective Body For Passenger Safety

Hyundai Motor is the only car manufacturer to make its own steel to produce its vehicles globally, providing great benefits for the Kona. The lightweight body frame has been developed with 51.8% Advanced High Strength Steel to deliver class-leading levels of passive safety.

Hot stamping methods produce lightweight, super-strong structural elements to maximise the cabin’s central safety zone. This proves that small cars can deliver exceptional passenger protection. The length of structural adhesives used in production extends to 114.5 meters, providing additional torsional rigidity and further reducing weight – which also benefits fuel efficiency.

The platform also features an innovative multi-load path structure – an advanced energy dispersion technology that boosts impact tolerance by dispersing crash energy across multiple structures to protect passengers in the event of an accident.

“South Korean brand appears to be on the right track with new baby SUV.”

Source: Hyundai Kona first impressions, Drive.

Class-Leading Driver Assistance Through Active Safety Systems

Hyundai Motor sets out to care for its customers in all of its activities. The new model showcases Hyundai Motor’s capabilities and commitment to enhancing the safety of drivers, passengers and fellow road-users.

Class-leading active safety features include Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), which uses the car’s front-facing camera and radar to detect imminent collision and avoid impact or minimise damage by braking autonomously. Three further systems also utilise the front-view camera to boost safety and convenience: Lane Keeping Assist (LKA); High Beam Assist (HBA); and Driver Attention Warning (DAW).

By sensing road markings, Lane Keep Assist helps to prevent accidental lane departure by steering the car automatically if required. High Beam Assist automatically controls the high beams depending on surroundings, while the Driver Attention Warning system monitors a spectrum of driver-related characteristics to detect driver fatigue or careless driving.

The car’s radar systems also assist with the Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) to detect approaching vehicles that may be obscured from view during high speed driving. The Rear Cross-Traffic Collison Warning (RCCW) detects when another vehicle may have entered the car’s reversing path.

Hyundai Kona Technology
Hyundai Kona Technology

Advanced Infotainment And Connectivity Technology

The Kona boasts a suite of sophisticated technologies, paired with user-friendly functionality to ensure driver and passengers can stay informed and entertained. The premium infotainment system offers various advanced connectivity features, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay where specified with a 5-, 7- or 8-inch display (offered as standard or option dependent on market). Further options include DAB digital radio (Europe), HD Radio (North America), rear view camera display and 4G telematics (North America) to ensure absolute connectivity.

A new combiner Head-Up Display (HUD) is fitted to the Kona, projecting a virtual image onto the clear glass panel mounted behind the instrument panel to enable the driver to keep his or her eyes on the road. With a projected image size of eight-inches at a two meter distance and class-leading luminance of more than 10,000 candela per square meter, the Kona’s combiner HUD ensures both excellent day- and night-time visibility. Information projected to enhance safety and usability include speed, navigation instructions, Lane Departure Warning messages and audio information. Deployed vertically by a simple touch of a button beside the steering wheel, the combiner disappears into the dashboard when not in use.

In a first for the segment, the Kona features smartphone wireless charging. Available as an option with all Kona models, customers simply place a compatible smartphone on the wireless charging interface, located in the center console storage, to easily recharge without the need for cables. The system also indicates when the phone has fully charged, reminds occupants to remove their phone when exiting the vehicle and detects when a foreign object is in the recharging area that could interfere with charging.

Book Your Test Drive Today

The all-new Hyundai Kona SUV is coming soon so contact the team at Adrian Brien Hyundai on (08) 8374 5444 to book your test drive today!

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Hyundai.

Corner 1305 South Road and 1 Ayliffes Road

St Marys SA 5042

Phone: (08) 8374 5444.

For choice, convenience and credibility search our stock now!

http://www.adrianbrienhyundai.com.au

Adrian Brien Hyundai
Adrian Brien Hyundai

 

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Posted: September 4, 2017, 5:16 am
TweetYou’ll Be Hooked – Hyundai Sonata Significant Upgrade Including Fresh Look And Mechanicals Featured Vehicles The Sonata comes with all the luxurious touches and elegance you’d expect, along with the exhilaration of knowing there’s some serious grunt under the hood. “It’s a great car to drive and it’s a genuine contender in this growing mid-size … Continue reading You’ll Be Hooked – Hyundai Sonata Significant Upgrade Including Fresh Look And Mechanicals

Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata – Front Quarter View

You’ll Be Hooked – Hyundai Sonata Significant Upgrade Including Fresh Look And Mechanicals

Featured Vehicles

The Sonata comes with all the luxurious touches and elegance you’d expect, along with the exhilaration of knowing there’s some serious grunt under the hood.

“It’s a great car to drive and it’s a genuine contender in this growing mid-size market.”

Source: 2017 Hyundai Sonata she says, he says review, Drive.

Hyundai Sonata Rear View
Hyundai Sonata – Rear Quarter View

Sophisticated And Understated

The sleek, aerodynamic lines lend the Sonata an athletic, muscular edge that hints at the responsive power contained within, while its undeniable style and elegance are there for all to admire.

“Also impressive is the value equation – Even taking into account the $3500 price rise between the 2016 and 2017 models, the added safety kit comprising lane change assist, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and distance-keeping cruise control helps keep the Sonata Premium at the sharp end of the value stakes.”

Source: 2017 Hyundai Sonata Premium Review | Power And Comfort In Equal Measure, The Motor Report.

Hyundai Sonata -Alloy Wheels
Hyundai Sonata – Alloy Wheels

Alloy Wheels All Round

The multi-spoke alloy wheels* of the All-New Sonata maximise style, while using a strong and rigid aluminium.

“In the large sedan market where driving dynamics, power and looks don’t really set a car above the rest it’s down to day-to-day usability to make a car stand out. The Sonata Premium is above average because of all the little things that add up; the remote boot, value features like adaptive cruise and cooled seats, and it does this without making any egregious, can’t-live-with-it errors. It’s not a sporting machine, and nor does it represent the latest in design and technology, but it is a powerful, comfortable cruiser.”

Source: 2017 Hyundai Sonata Premium Review, Practical Motoring.

Hyundai Sonata - Panorama
Hyundai Sonata – Panorama

Panorama Glass Roof

Flooding the cabin with light, the twin-panel panorama glass roof connects you to the world around you – at the touch of a button. Only available on: Premium variant.

“Parents Magazine and Edmunds were impressed by the Sonata’s spacious interior, luxury features such as Apple CarPlay and a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and its safety credentials.”

Source: Parents Magazine puts Hyundai Sonata on top… Behind The Wheel.

Hyundai Sonata Smart Boot
Hyundai Sonata – Smart Boot

Smart Boot

When standing with the proximity smart key for more than three seconds within a metre of the rear of the Sonata, the Smart Boot senses your presence and automatically opens to allow you to store your cargo, hands free. Only available on Elite & Premium variants.

Hyundai Sonata - Grille Lamp
Hyundai Sonata – Grille Lamp

Brighter By Design

The elegant, flowing lines of the bold, single-frame hexagonal grille and lamp structure perfectly capture the essence of Hyundai’s unique, nature-inspired design language, Fluidic Sculpture 2.0.

Hyundai Sonata - Puddle Lamps
Hyundai Sonata – Puddle Lamps

A Warm Welcome

Premium touches, like the puddle lamps that automatically activate when the driver approaches, add an extra layer of quality and style to the whole Sonata experience. Only available on: Premium variant.

Hyundai Sonata - LED Lamps
Hyundai Sonata – LED Lamps

LED Rear Combination Lamps

Large, wraparound rear combination lamps are sculpted and use an LED array for maximum brightness, saving energy and enhancing safety. By lighting up a split second faster than conventional lamps, they alert the following driver sooner. Only available on: Elite & Premium variants.

Book A Test Drive Today

The Hyundai Sonata is available now so contact the team at Adrian Brien Hyundai and book a test drive today on (08) 8374 5444 or search our stock online at www.adrianbrienhyundai.com.au.

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Hyundai.

Corner 1305 South Road and 1 Ayliffes Road

(Enter via Ayliffes Road) St Marys SA 5042

Adrian Brien Hyundai
Adrian Brien Hyundai

 

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Posted: August 7, 2017, 6:25 am
TweetNew Car Calendar August 2017 New Car Calendar August 2017 Featured Vehicles A list of Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Abarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia: 2017 Hyundai Kona: All-new ‘OS’ baby SUV to take on Mazda CX-3 (Sep). Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Sep). Hyundai i30 N: First ever Hyundai hot hatch … Continue reading New Car Calendar August 2017

New Car Calendar July 2017
New Car Calendar August 2017

New Car Calendar August 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Hyundai Kona: All-new ‘OS’ baby SUV to take on Mazda CX-3 (Sep).
  • Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Sep).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First ever Hyundai hot hatch to offer 202kW, 19-inch alloys, LSD (Oct).
  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Oct).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (Oct).
  • Kia Sorento: Updates for unsung Korean seven-seat SUV (Oct).
  • Kia Stinger: Four-door rear-drive GT concept to morph into Commodore rival (Oct).
  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Nov).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Nov).
  • Hyundai IONIQ: Electric First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ: Hybrid Look out Prius: Hyundai promises better look and drive (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ: Plug-in 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Dec).
  • Ford Focus RS: Limited-edition hyper-hatch scores Quaife front diff (late 2017).

2018

  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (early 2018).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Edge: Imported large SUV will fill the void vacated by Territory from October (2018).
  • Genesis GV80: First of two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2018).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (2018).
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).

2019

  • Jeep Pick-up: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV: Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo: Hybrid Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

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Posted: August 7, 2017, 5:37 am
TweetNew Car Calendar July 2017 Featured Vehicles A list of Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Abarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia: Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Aug). Hyundai Kona: All-new ‘OS’ baby SUV to take on Mazda CX-3 (Sep). Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Sep). Ford EcoSport: Pint-size … Continue reading New Car Calendar July 2017

New Car Calendar July 2017
New Car Calendar July 2017

New Car Calendar July 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Aug).
  • Hyundai Kona: All-new ‘OS’ baby SUV to take on Mazda CX-3 (Sep).
  • Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Sep).
  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Oct).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First ever Hyundai hot hatch to offer 202kW, 19-inch alloys, LSD (Oct).
  • Kia Stinger: Four-door rear-drive GT concept to morph into Commodore rival (Oct).
  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Nov).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Nov).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Electric: First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius: Hyundai promises better look and drive (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Dec).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (late 2017).

2018

  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Early 2018).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Edge: Imported large SUV will fill the void vacated by Territory from October (2018).
  • Genesis Coupe: All-new mid-size G70 sedan-based two-door due with biturbo V6 (2018).
  • Genesis GV80 SUV: First of two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2018).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (2018).
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).

2019

  • Jeep Pick-up: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo Hybrid: Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

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Posted: July 10, 2017, 4:32 am
TweetThe Small Car Benchmark – Hyundai’s Reinvented i30 Featured Vehicles Hyundai’s award-winning small car has been redesigned into the innovative next generation i30. The much loved i30 has been transformed with modern touches of style, safety and technology, that are guaranteed to turn heads. The new i30 is packed with the latest technology and safety features and … Continue reading The Small Car Benchmark – Hyundai’s Reinvented i30

Reinvented i30
Reinvented i30

The Small Car Benchmark – Hyundai’s Reinvented i30

Featured Vehicles

Hyundai’s award-winning small car has been redesigned into the innovative next generation i30. The much loved i30 has been transformed with modern touches of style, safety and technology, that are guaranteed to turn heads. The new i30 is packed with the latest technology and safety features and topped off with an eye catching stylish design both inside and out.

With practicality and sophistication you wouldn’t expect from a small car, it’s sure to impress. The i30 boasts a 5-star ANCAP rating, impressive fuel efficiency and Hyundai’s famous after purchase care, including a 5-year unlimited km warranty, lifetime service plan, roadside support and a sat nav update plan.

“What we like: quietly confident looks, good engine range and excellent chassis (in independent rear end spec).”

Source: Hyundai i30 2017 review, Cars Guide.

Striking Exterior
Striking Exterior

Striking Exterior

The redesigned exterior features a cascading grille, panorama sunroof and alloy wheels as standard; this stylish small car is guaranteed to turn heads.

Hyundai’s stylish new-generation i30 hatchback is loaded with equipment, including great smartphone integration and – on more expensive versions – a broad active-safety suite that includes auto braking. Handling and comfort are good and among three engine options is a very strong turbo-petrol.”

Source: 2017 Hyundai i30 Review, Which Car.

Sophisticated, Comfort And Design
Sophisticated, Comfort And Design

Sophisticated, Comfort And Design

The interior features combine contemporary modern fixtures such as a stop/start engine button with luxurious front seat warming and cooling ventilation.

“With excellent equipment levels, safety tech, cabin refinement and driving dynamics the i30 is a seriously good car and deserves its place among Japanese and German contemporaries.”

Source: Hyundai i30 2017 Review, Motoring.

 

Superior, Technology And Entertainment
Superior, Technology And Entertainment

Superior Technology And Entertainment

The new i30 enhances driving experience in more ways than one, with wireless device charging, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.

“Refinement; sound driving manners (exciting, even, with the SR); strong engines and broad model range; elegant and functional dash and switchgear.”

Source: 2017 Hyundai i30 Australian review, Wheels Mag.

Parking Made Simple
Parking Made Simple

Parking Made Simple

With the rear-view camera and parking sensors offering dynamic parking guidelines as the driver turns the wheel, parking the i30 is a breeze.

“The new Hyundai i30 not only looks better and more premium inside and out but it’s better to drive and better equipped than ever before. With a solid range of cars to choose from, strong engines, good pricing and an excellent active safety system, the new i30 is likely to be the dominant force in the small car segment, indeed I’d go so far as to say that as a complete package it’s the new small car benchmark. Be afraid Mazda. Be afraid Toyota.”

Source: 2018 Hyundai i30 Review, Practical Motoring.

Advanced High Strength Steel
Advanced High Strength Steel

Advanced High Strength Steel

The new i30 features Advanced High Strength Steel, which is up to 10% lighter than and twice as rigid as conventional steel.

“After a few brief days driving the different variants if i30, I’ve come away very impressed with the totality of the range and its broad-based appeal.”

Source: Hyundai i30 Review, Auto Expert.

Designed To Keep You Safe
Designed To Keep You Safe

Designed To Keep You Safe

Safety is the priority for the i30, equipped with 7 airbags and Emergency Stop Signals to warn surrounding traffic when emergency braking is detected.

“The new i30 takes the unfair advantages of its predecessor and adds power, refinement, standard equipment and great steering to its arsenal.”

Source: 2017 Hyundai i30 Review – Australian Launch, Performance Drive.

Book A Test Drive Today

The Hyundai i30 is available now so contact the team at Adrian Brien Hyundai and book a test drive today on (08) 8374 5444 or search our stock online at www.adrianbrienhyundai.com.au.

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Hyundai.

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Adrian Brien Hyundai
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Posted: July 10, 2017, 1:34 am
TweetThe All New Kia Picanto Has Arrived Featured Vehicles The All New Kia Picanto brings a youthful and energetic character – boasting an all new design, high-quality cabin and high tech features that are Good to Go. “Finally, a five-speed manual version in Oz and it really improves the driving experience. Circa-$15k pricing, low thirst and … Continue reading The All New Kia Picanto Has Arrived

Kia Picanto Red Front Quarter View Passenger Side
Kia Picanto – Red Front Quarter View Passenger Side

The All New Kia Picanto Has Arrived

Featured Vehicles

The All New Kia Picanto brings a youthful and energetic character – boasting an all new design, high-quality cabin and high tech features that are Good to Go.

“Finally, a five-speed manual version in Oz and it really improves the driving experience. Circa-$15k pricing, low thirst and seven-year warranty/capped-price servicing/roadside surety. Aussie-tuned ride and handling package. Apple CarPlay/Android Auto-compatible infotainment.”

Source: 2017 Kia Picanto S review, Car Advice.

DESIGN

Kia Picanto Red Front Quarter View Driver Side
Kia Picanto – Red Front Quarter View Driver Side

Brand New Design That’s Good To Go

Designed in collaboration at Kia’s design centre in Korea and Germany, the All New Kia Picanto has been redesigned with a bold and all new look with a sportier feel. With a sporty and bold design that seamlessly blends into the dynamic lines and contours, the All New Picanto will allow you to zip around the city with ease.

“What we liked: ride/handling; willing engine; and refinement.”

Source: Kia Picanto 2017 Review, Motoring.

Kia Picanto Red View From Above Back Driver Side
Kia Picanto – Red View From Above Back Driver Side

Good To Go With Style

The bold, sculpted curves and sleek modern lines with a choice of 8 colours ensures the All New Kia Picanto stands out from the crowd.

“What we like: styling; small size means easy parking; and good boot for the class.”

Source: Kia Picanto S manual 2017 review: road test, Cars Guide.

Kia Picanto Tiger Nose Grille
Kia Picanto – Tiger Nose Grille

Tiger Nose Grille

Inspired by Peter Schreyer, the strong horizontal lines run and wrap the angular headlights, emphasising the newly designed, tiger-nose grille.

“The new-generation Picanto is an eye-catching city car with a comfortable ride and great steering. Cruise control and a reversing camera are standard, and the tiniest Kia has a big touchscreen that does a lot with your smartphone.”

Source: 2017 Kia Picanto Review, Which Car.

Kia Picanto Rear Parking Sensors
Kia Picanto – Rear Parking Sensors

Rear Parking Sensors

Parking is easy with Rear Parking Sensors and rear view camera with guiding lines standard across the range.

“Improved looks, roomy interior, good handling, running costs and THAT warranty.”

Source: The Top Gear car review – Kia Picanto.

Kia Picanto Daytime Running Lights
Kia Picanto – Daytime Running Lights

Daytime Running Lights (DRL)

For added assurance, the All New Picanto comes with DRLs as standard.

“In a nutshell: The new Kia Picanto S looks better, is bigger inside and better equipped too. It’s also much better to drive thanks to local tuning.”

Source: 2017 KIA PICANTO S REVIEW – FIRST DRIVE, Practical Motoring.

Kia Picanto Dusk Sensing Automatic Headlights
Kia Picanto – Dusk Sensing Automatic Headlights

Dusk Sensing Automatic Headlights

Never forget to turn on the lights with Dusk Sensing Automatic Headlights.

INTERIOR

Kia Picanto - Easier Parking
Kia Picanto – Easier Parking

Good To Go With Easier Parking

Parking is now easier with the All New Kia Picanto. Rear parking sensors and rear view camera with dynamic parking guidelines are standard across the range, ensuring you will get in those tight parking spots.

Kia Picanto - Bluetooth Connectivity
Kia Picanto – Bluetooth Connectivity

Bluetooth^ Connectivity

Answer phone calls easily and stream music via steering wheel controls.

Kia Picanto - USB & AUX Connectivity
Kia Picanto – USB & AUX Connectivity

USB + AUX Connectivity

Use the USB or AUX port to connect your compatible device.

Kia Picanto - Cruise Control
Kia Picanto – Cruise Control

Cruise Control

Set your speed and stay in control. Cruise Control is available as standard across the range.

Kia Picanto - Manual Or Auto Transmission
Kia Picanto – Manual Or Auto Transmission

Manual Or Auto Transmission

The All New Picanto now comes in a choice of Manual or Automatic transmission.

PERFORMANCE

Kia Picanto - 62kW Petrol Engine
Kia Picanto – 62kW Petrol Engine

62kW Petrol Engine

An efficient and proven Kappa 1.25 litre 4 cylinder engine with 62kW of power.

SAFETY

Kia Picanto - Safety
Kia Picanto – Safety

High-Strength Chassis

The All New Picanto comes with 44% Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS). The increased rigidity of its reinforced chassis provides safety, improves stability, handling and lowers Noise, Vibration & Harshness (NVH) levels.

BOOK YOUR TEST DRIVE TODAY

The All-New Kia Picanto is available now so call the team at Adrian Brien Kia on (08) 8374 5444 and book your test drive today!

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Kia.

For choice, convenience and credibility search our stock now.

http://www.adrianbrienkia.com.au/

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Adrian Brien Kia

Notes:

  • All information and illustrations are based on data available at the time of publication and subject to change without notice. Contact your local Kia dealer for current information.
  • #Apple CarPlayTM connectivity requires compatible iOS device. See apple.com.au for more details. Apple CarPlayTM is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
  • ~Android AutoTM connectivity requires compatible Android device. See android.com/intl/en_au/ for more details. Android AutoTM is a registered trademark of Google Inc.
  • ^Not all mobile phones will be compatible with the vehicle’s Bluetooth® system.
  • Bluetooth® is a registered a trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc.
  • Kia‘s Unlimited KM 7 Year Warranty. Note: 7 year/150,000km warranty for vehicles used for the following: rental vehicles, hire cars, taxis, courier vehicles, driving school vehicles, security vehicles, bus and tour vehicles. Capped Price Servicing: Maximum payable for specified number of manufacturer’s standard scheduled maintenance services up to 7 years or 105,000kms, whichever occurs first. Complimentary Roadside Assistance for the first year. Renewed yearly by completing scheduled maintenance services at Kia Dealerships (up to maximum 7 years).Terms and conditions for Warranty, Capped Price Servicing and Roadside Assistance can be found at www.kia.com/au.
Author: admin
Posted: May 31, 2017, 6:50 am
TweetNew Car Calendar June 2017 Featured Vehicles A list of Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Abarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia: 2017 Hyundai i30: Early redesign for Korean giant’s top-selling small car (May). Kia Picanto: Korean maker’s smallest car renewed just months after Oz debut (May). Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Aug). Hyundai Kona: All-new … Continue reading New Car Calendar June 2017

New Car Calendar June 2017
New Car Calendar June 2017

New Car Calendar June 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Hyundai i30: Early redesign for Korean giant’s top-selling small car (May).
  • Kia Picanto: Korean maker’s smallest car renewed just months after Oz debut (May).
  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Aug).
  • Hyundai Kona: All-new ‘OS’ baby SUV to take on Mazda CX-3 (Sep).
  • Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Sep).
  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Oct).
  • Kia Stinger: Four-door rear-drive GT concept to morph into Commodore rival (Oct).
  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Nov).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Nov).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First ever Hyundai hot hatch to offer 202kW, 19-inch alloys, LSD (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Electric: First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius – Hyundai promises better look and drive (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Dec).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (late 2017).

2018

  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Early 2018).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Edge: Imported large SUV will fill the void vacated by Territory from October (2018).
  • Genesis Coupe: All-new mid-size G70 sedan-based two-door due with biturbo V6 (2018).
  • Genesis GV80: SUV First of two all-new SUVs — small and large — to head Down Under (2018).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (2018).

2019

  • Hyundai i30: Fastback and wagon Second and third body styles for new i30 (Q1 2019).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Pick-up US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo Hybrid: Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Kia Optima Wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

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