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Hyundai of Las Vegas internet sales consultant praises 2019 models

With a career spanning 18 years, Hyundai of Las Vegas sales consultant and internet director Tony Fisher definitely knows the car business. A former Southern California truck driver, he has been in the car business long enough to know its ins and outs.

In Fisher’s mind, the Hyundai product line revolutionized the car business when the automobile manufacturer unleashed the 10-year, 100,000-mile warranty in 1967.

Founded in South Korea, the Hyundai brand and what it represents fascinates Fisher. His extensive list of buyers has returned to him over the years, especially as the company continues to produce new models each year.

Hyundai’s new models for 2019 include the Accent, Elantra, Elantra GT, Ioniq Electric, Ioniq Hybrid, Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid; Kona, Veloster, Santa Fe and Nexo.

“Hyundai has always given us a rock-solid product to sell and this year is no different,” said Fisher, who in 2006 was featured in the nationally acclaimed Automotive News for being named the top Hyundai sales consultant with 469 new car sales and 100 transactions for pre-owned vehicles.

“A big percentage of our buyers are repeat customers simply because they know they can count on a Hyundai. When you combine the warranty, the fuel mileage and the reliability of the Hyundai, you cannot go wrong.”

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