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City World Hyundai | Bronx New and Used Car Dealer NYC| Auto Dealer located in Bronx, New York serving Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan offering 2017 Hyundai Elantra, New Sonata, Lease Offers on Santa Fe, Deals on Santa Fe Sport and Credit Approvals on alll models including Tucson. Drivers in White Plains, New Rochelle, Yonkers, Fordham, Pelham Bay, Rye, Bayside, Long Island City, Jamaica and Stamford, Connecticut and Paramus, New Jersey will find good reasons to Buy in the Bronx!

Welcome to our digital showroom. As an online shopper, your experience while seeking financing for a new 2017 Hyundai Elantra, competitive finance rates for a new 2017 Sonata or excellent lease payments on a new 2017 Santa Fe, Santa Fe Sport or Tucson is important to us. Elantra GT, Hyundai Veloster and Hyundai Accent models offer our customers excellent fuel economy and all Hyundai models offer America’s Best Warranty with a 10 year / 100,000 mile power train limited new car warranty, a 5 year/60,000 mile comprehensive new car warranty, roadside assistance and Hyundai Assurance.

City World Hyundai is located at 3350 Boston Road, Bronx, New York and serves all of New York City including Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn. City World Hyundai is the exclusive Hyundai dealer in the Bronx!

In fact, for drivers wanting a new Hyundai or any pre-owned vehicle we offer excellent customer service! We will make it worth coming over the bridge such as the Triborough Bridge, the Throgs Neck Bridge and the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge to purchase or lease your vehicle at City World Hyundai! That’s a City World Guarantee!

City World Hyundai Service Department

City World Hyundai Service Department is located at 2249 New England Thruway, Bronx, New York 10475.
Our team of Hyundai certified technicians are ready to serve you and service your vehicle for regular maintenance such as an oil change or new brakes, new tires, a complimentary multi-point inspection, free battery check or any major automotive repair.

City World Hyundai is an official Trade In Center and we offer a Trade In-Trade Up program should you want to consider a newer model with a longer warranty, new technology and often for the same payment or less!

Visit us today at City World Hyundai! We look forward to serving you!


2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid AWD Test – Review – Car and Driver


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2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid AWD

Nissan’s Pathfinder emerged for the 2013 model year wholly retooled for life in the modern world. The ladder-frame construction, rugged squared-off exterior, and respected 4.0-liter V-6 of the previous-generation Pathfinder were all ditched in the makeover to clear the way for a unitized body structure, soft exterior curves, and a smaller engine positioned transversely to facilitate, horror of horrors, front-wheel drive. Like many 20th-century hangovers looking for relevance in the new century, the logical next step in the Pathfinder’s evolution was a hybrid powertrain. Which brings us to the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder hybrid tested here.

Finished in fetching Black Obsidian paint, our Pathfinder hybrid arrived in Platinum trim, a $2300 option. Including a pair of headrest-mounted seven-inch rear-entertainment screens, a pair of wireless headphones, a remote control, and an auxiliary-input jack for the entertainment device of your choice, the package is ideal for keeping one’s biological byproducts sedated in the back seats. If their catatonic state should wane, a dual panorama moonroof affords easy skyward gazes. Platinum trim also includes a set of futuristic-looking 20-inch twin-spoke aluminum wheels wearing 235/55 all-season rubber. A swanky set of $200 floor mats rounded out our test hybrid’s kit.

Taken on its own merits (we’ll get to the specifics of the hybrid powertrain in a bit) the Pathfinder is the same utey-crossover we’ve come to know in the form of our long-term V-6 Pathfinder. The three-row, seven-seat interior configuration swallows families and their attendant detritus with ease. The second-row seats fold forward to provide access to the third row in the wayback, which still folds flat despite residing directly over the hybrid’s lithium-ion battery pack. Nissan tells us the battery pack is so compact, it doesn’t intrude on interior space at all. Heated-and-cooled front seats come part and parcel with the Platinum trim, and we found them to be comfortable and well configured for their suburban mission. All Pathfinder hybrids get an eight-way power driver’s seat, a rearview camera, a seven-inch central infotainment screen, and Nissan’s Intelligent Key with pushbutton starting. The gauge cluster doesn’t stray too far from that of non-hybrid Pathfinders, but the 4.2-inch display between the speedo and tach is entrusted with informing the driver about hybrid-specific info detailing battery charge and the electric motor’s current state of operation.

Be Careful What You Wish For

Standing in for the 3.5-liter V-6 gas engine found in non-hybrid Pathfinders is a supercharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder and a continuously variable transmission with a 20-hp electric motor sandwiched between them. (It’s identical to the hybrid powertrain in the Infiniti QX60 hybrid .) Together, they produce a combined 250 horsepower and 243 lb-ft of twist, giving up only 10 ponies to the V-6’s 260, and bettering its 240 lb-ft of torque by 3. On paper, it looks like a win/win, with a negligible amount of horsepower sacrificed for a substantial improvement in efficiency. After all, the EPA gives the Pathfinder hybrid 4×4 a combined EPA fuel economy rating of 26 mpg, 5 mpg better than the V-6–powered Pathfinder 4×4.