Melbourne, Florida, dealership helps buyers choose their dream vehicle with less hassle

Online vehicle comparison resources are being created and added to the Coastal Hyundai website

MELBOURNE, Fla., July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It can be difficult for new car buyers to decide which vehicle model best suits their needs, especially when shopping in a crowded class, like the compact sedan segment. One dealership in Melbourne, Florida, however, is seeking to make the process much easier. 

In an attempt to make sure each vehicle buyer finds the model that works best for them, Coastal Hyundai is taking on the painstaking research process that often goes along with new vehicle shopping and posting the results to the dealership website in the form of detailed model comparison pages. These pages compare Hyundai vehicles to vehicles from other brands, highlighting some of the key differences between the two options. 

Most recently, the dealership completed its resource of Hyundai versus Toyota pages, and it is now beginning to complete comparisons that match Hyundai vehicles up against those from Nissan. More comparisons with other brands will be added in the future. 

Even more specialized vehicles like the 2017 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid are receiving their own comparison resources. For example, the dealership compared the car against the 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid to find that the Sonata had a significant advantage in terms of efficiency thanks to its available plug-in hybrid capability. 

Those who are interested in learning more and spending less time on vehicle research can find full comparison resources on the Coastal Hyundai website at www.CoastalHyundai.com. Questions can be directed to the dealership staff by calling 321-723-4500.

Media Contact: TJ Watson, Coastal Hyundai, 321-723-4500, tjwatson123@yahoo.com

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SOURCE Coastal Hyundai



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