Murray Hyundai Not Just A Hyundai

So here is the start of something new within Murray Hyundai. We have already started our Newsletter, revamped actually, and now we are starting our own Blog ! We want to be more engaged with our clients, offer help when needed, answer questions, give tips and much more! We hope you enjoy what we have to say!


First Off !

You're going to Need to know the proper way to pronounce Hyundai, all though you may have other names for her or him. So here it is : HUN-DAY like Sunday. Yep ! Now you know :)



When someone talks about a Hyundai, you may be one of the many that automatically thinks of a basic no frills vehicle, or you may agree that they're "nice" but maybe not your first choice especially if you want people to notice your new ride. But, make NO mistake,  Hyundai's new lineup are definite head turners. The new designs that will have other drivers asking "whoa, what is that? "  Well just as Kia, Ford and Toyota has changed its style, so has Hyundai. It is literally changing the game of affordable yet stylish vehicles for the whole family. Quality has never looked better.  No longer what your grandma or simple neighbor down the street drives, or if they do , then this should come as no surprise. Check out the new sleek, enticing Hyundai line up where the Inside is just as sexy as the outside. After all, this is where you will be spending quite a bit of time driving, your new baby. It's not JUST a HYUNDAI anymore !

300 × 200                       640 × 396                          950 × 595


  Having trouble setting up Bluetooth in your car ? Follow these simple steps:
  1. go into the menu setting of your device. Bluetooth is usually found under connections.
  2. click on "Bluetooth" and turn on if its off.
  3. locate your vehicle under "available devices"
  4. click on your vehicle and choose pair, code is usually "0000" or "1234"
  5. your vehicles Bluetooth will most likely as permission  to pair and add contacts, choose "yes" or "OK"                                  
  6. Now you are paired ! If you are having issues, come into Murray White Rock Hyundai  where anyone of our service reps will be more then happy to help you.

Knowing the difference will keep you and your loved ones a whole lot safer this winter !

Whats the difference between snow tires and all season tires ? First and probably most importantly, they provide enhanced braking performance in snowy and icy weather conditions and even cold dry roads. They feature a tread design that not only are made specifically for ice, snow and slush, they also have specially formulated tread that stays flexible at low temperatures providing better vehicle control. The aggressive tread on these tires reduce snow build up. Especially something to consider for those of you traveling to Whistler, the Okanagan or anywhere else you may travel too that can have hazardous road conditions.  Although all-season tires offer traction in a variety of different weather conditions, winter tires surpass them when it comes to traction in snow and ice.

You're Probably wondering, and we already got the Answers: Top 10 Q&A
  1. Should I lease or finance my new car ? - - With financing, the payments will eventually end, leaving you as the full owner with the freedom to do what you want with the car or truck.
    Financing also gives you more flexibility if a drastic change in your life forces you to break the deal.
    - Leasing generally offers smaller monthly payments, it means you can ‘afford’ a nicer vehicle for about the same monthly payment. When your lease is up, you give the car back the dealership and start the whole process again. But, If you put on a high number of kilometers every year, you run the risk of going over the mileage limits. Same with damage if it is above the dealerships "normal" wear and tear. If your car has scraped wheels and body damage, you’ll be charged to fix or replace them.
    So it all really depends on the client and their needs. Get more info here http://www.autotrader.ca/newsfeatures/20150324/shopping-guide-leasing-vs-financing/#7GotgGI2Phcz3k2J.97
  2. Is it safe to do a credit application on a dealerships website ? - Filling out an application online is a good idea as it will save you a lot of time. You can figure out your financing before you enter the dealership, which will put your mind at ease and won’t make the entire car-buying process stressful.
  3. Winter tires or all season tires ?  - We got you covered, in the above article. ^         
  4. Must I only have my vehicle serviced at the dealership I bought from? - Simple, of course not, but who would know your vehicle better then the professionals who were trained on it ?
  5. Is it better to go through my bank for a car loan or the dealership ? - The dealership can always give you an estimate for a car loan through them and you can compare the offers. For instance you may find due to the relationship with the car dealership the interest rate is actually a little lower for their customers. In some cases you may find that your bank offers a better interest
  6. Should I be worried that the extended warranty is a scam or money grab ? 
    - The average new car costs over $25,600. With that cost, owners should want to protect their investment. Extended Warranties may be pricey, but you pay money up front to avoid paying considerably more money at the time of the repair.  
  7. rate because you have banked with them for over ten years.
  8. What kind of down payment do I need to finance a car ?                                                                                                                                                                                           - If your credit isn’t all that great, your car loan will probably come with terms that are less than ideal. Therefore, you’ll want to grow your down payment as big as possible before you buy. If your credit score is good, however, chances are you will need little to none. This isn't always the case however, even with a less then ideal credit score, with the right adviser and financing, you may still be in the vehicle you want with  out much down. Come into talk to one of our financial advisers today.
  9. How can I terminate my lease early ?                                                                                                                                                                                                                     - A popular misconception is that it is impossible to end a lease early. In truth, all leases can be terminated early. However, since lease agreements are not designed to be broken, substantial penalties and fees are usually associated with early termination. It is, in the end, a question of cost.
  10. Is it better to sell my car privately or trade it in at the dealership ?
    - The best candidate for a private sale is a popular model, equipped with the kinds of features shoppers want, in excellent condition with low mileage and all the maintenance receipts. This kind of car will sell fast. If your current car does not meet these criteria, you might want to consider trading it in.
  11. Should I buy new or used ?    Well , think of the following points, When making the new vs. used decision, each of us must examine our unique set of financial and life requirements. A little introspection is good for the soul and the wallet. What applies to you? Need help ? Contact one of our specialists !
  • The reasons to buy new or used aren't the same for everyone
  • Depreciation is the single largest expense of car ownership
  • Maintaining a used car requires more time and money


So there it is, our first blog from Murray White Rock Hyundai. Things are always changing, evolving and we want to keep you in the loop!  Not only will we be updating you through here but don't forget about our newsletter that can be found on our website.

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