Hyundai has recently unveiled a process where customers can make a reservation for a 2022 Tucson from dealerships like Hyundai of Albany.
ALBANY, Ore. (PRWEB) March 18, 2021
Though 2021 models have just finished arriving at many dealerships, Hyundai is already looking to the 2022 model year with upcoming options like the 2022 Tucson. In fact, Hyundai has recently unveiled a process where customers can make a reservation for a 2022 Tucson from dealerships like Hyundai of Albany.
The reservation is handled through the Hyundai website directly. In fact, the entire reservation process can be taken care of online with just a credit card. Shoppers can start by configuring their ideal 2022 Tucson. After finalizing their configuration and entering contact information and a zip code in the Albany area, shoppers will be able to select Hyundai of Albany through a dropdown.
The price of a reservation is $100, and it also entitles buyers to be a Tucson insider which includes benefits like a one-on-one video tour with a Hyundai specialist. After completing the brief reservation process, a representative from the dealer will reach out to discuss configuration availability, pricing and more. Submitting a reservation is not a vehicle order and does not guarantee availability.
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson offers a new modern look with additional power upgrades and an improvement of standard features from the previous model year. Standard features include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, rear occupant alert, forward collision avoidance with pedestrian detection, high beam assist and more. The base MSRP of the 2022 Tucson starts at just $24,950 and though 2021 models can be found in inventory at Hyundai of Albany currently, the 2022 models are expected to arrive in spring.
For more information about the 2022 Tucson or other new and upcoming models, Albany-area car shoppers can visit the dealership's website at http://www.hyundaiofalbany.com. The dealership can also be reached by phone at 541-967-9105. Hyundai of Albany is located at 2425 Santiam Highway SE in Albany, OR.