Blue 2021 Hyundai Kona in front of children climbing a tree

Where can I find special offers on new Hyundai vehicles in the Tennessee Valley?

New Hyundai Specials at Mountain View Hyundai

We admit that we may be a bit biased, but in our minds, there are few things more exciting than a new Hyundai ride. There’s just something about the unique style and high quality of Hyundai rides that really gets us going.

A new Hyundai gets even more irresistible when its paired with a great offer.  That’s why we at Mountain View Hyundai host a continually rotating array of specials on prime selections from our new inventory.

To see what we’re currently offering, hit the big ol’ button below! Thanks for checking out MVH; we look forward to seeing you soon.

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Used car lot

Where can I find used vehicles under $14,000 near Chattanooga, TN?

Diverse Selection of Used Cars Under $14,000 at Mountain View Hyundai

Opting to purchase a used car as one’s next vehicle is often a smart move financially. Modern cars tend to stay reliable over time, and as a result, it’s easier than ever to find great machines at great prices.

As with most purchases, the goal for many used car buyers is to get as much as they can for their money. Where can one find used vehicles priced under $14,000 in the Chattanooga area?

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Sun shines directly on a 2021 Hyundai Elantra in an abnormally clean parking ramp

Where can I find new vehicles for less than $20,000 near Chattanooga?

New Hyundai Models Under $20,000 near Chattanooga, TN

Getting a new vehicle brings with it a variety of perks, such as the latest in vehicular technology and design. Drivers of new rides also get the peace of mind that comes from knowing their vehicle is fresh off the assembly line and shouldn’t have any unforeseen issues.

The price point of new vehicles, however, can sometimes be intimidating. Luckily, this is not always the case. Where can one find new cars priced under $20,000 in the Chattanooga area?

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2021 Hyundai Palisade drives up a mountain road

Where can I find new Hyundai models with all-wheel drive near Chattanooga, TN?

All-Wheel Drive Hyundai Vehicles near Chattanooga, TN

For drivers looking to add a dose of adventure (or just added control) into their lives, all-wheel drive can be a great feature. Off-roading experiences are made all the better when AWD is equipped. In general, many buyers of new vehicles just enjoy the addition of all-wheel drive.

Hyundai makes a variety of excellent vehicles that come outfitted with all-wheel drive technology. Where can one find such models in the Chattanooga area?

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Red 2021 Hyundai Kona sits offroad in a dry place

Where can I go off-roading near Chattanooga, TN?

Chattanooga Area Off-Roading Spots

Many modern vehicles advertise off-roading capability, and what’s the use in springing for such features if you don’t use them? Luckily, the Chattanooga area offers a variety of opportunities for drivers to take their machines out into nature and see what they can do.

To help prospective adventurers find where to off-road in the Blue Ridge Mountains region, we’ve compiled some top picks below. Enjoy!

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Head-on view of a red 2021 Hyundai Elantra next to a dog

How is Hyundai marketing the 2021 Elantra?

Elements of the 2021 Hyundai Elantra Unique Multi-Faceted Marketing Campaign

The all-new, redesigned 2021 Hyundai Elantra is almost here. To help usher this vehicle properly into the realm of existence, our favorite automaker is rolling out a red-carpet marketing campaign like no other. This unique array of hip marketing moves contains several firsts for the automotive industry.

Wondering just what this very-special 2021 Hyundai Elantra marketing campaign entails? Read on to find out!

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The best SUVs to drive to 4 Favorite Chattanooga Trails

Mountain View Hyundai brings you 4 Favorite Chattanooga trails with vehicle recommendations to travel to each comfortably.


With over 50 trailheads within 30 minutes of downtown Chattanooga, just deciding where to run can be about as challenging as pushing yourself to finish that last mile. In all seasons, these trails offer something very worthwhile. Summer brings dense, lush, lively greens. Autumn fiery reds, oranges, and yellows. Winter’s leafless trees give way to nice views and vantage points. And spring explodes with airy dogwood blossoms, magenta redbuds, pink and orange azaleas, and wildflower-dotted hillsides.

The types of trails in Chattanooga are also unlimited, as there are dozens of options to match your training plans for Saturday morning running whims. Big loops, out and back trails, or steep climbs to test your legs. It’s your choice. Here are a few options that will inspire you to get out on Trail City’s trails.

1. Bluff Trail on Lookout Mountain

Try the Bluff Trail or Bluff loop. Pack your best trail shoes and hop in the 2021 Hyundai Kona for a 12 minute drive from Downtown Chattanooga. Head out on the trail at the back of the parking lot at Cravens House. Take the left (uphill) when the trail branches. Take the right at the next branch and stay on this trail along the cliff line. You will pass under Sunset Rock, a popular tourist destination for viewing the valley, and a popular climber’s crag. Continue on the main trail regardless of the option to turn up or down (unless you wish to go up to Sunset Rock, look around, and come back down). After 2.5 miles you’ll have two options to turn up, both of which will eventually lead you to Covenant College campus. Turn around (a 7.5 mile run) for valley and Tennessee River views or stay on the Bluff trail and descend. After a mile, the trail widens and branches to single track on the left. Continue straight on the dirt road for a few miles past options to turn up or down and turn right at the Y. After 1.2 miles, you will reach a gate and a paved road. Turn right and follow the road to the parking area below Craven’s House. You can climb up the stairs or continue on to the driveway to return to your car. The trail is runnable with some rocky and slightly exposed sections. Total loop distance is almost 10 miles.

2. Skyuka Springs Loop

From the Kiddie trailhead the Skyuka Springs Trail climbs steeply for about a half mile and then levels out. Follow the signs to Skyuka Springs (to the right). The trail is rolling with some mild climbs for about 3 miles. Enjoy the springs and then head right toward Lookout Creek, and run along the mostly flat dirt road, until you reach the gate at Chattanooga Arboretum and Nature Center. You can turn down the narrow path and continue to run along the river back to the Nature Center and out on the paved road to the parking lot. Total distance is about 8.5 miles and the run is moderate to easy.

3. Suck Creek Road to Mushroom Rock

To run or hike the Suck Creek to Mushroom Rock Trail , you have to park your 2021 Hyundai Palisade above or below the trail crossing sign on Suck Creek Road. Look for a brown and white sign with a hiker. Climb over the guardrail and scramble down the short hill. Cross the bridge and climb out of South Suck Creek gorge, cross a bluff, and then drop into North Suck Creek gorge. Watch your step on the swinging bridge–it can be slick when wet. Take the trail to the right and climb up to Mushroom Rock. This is a 6-mile out and back route. You can add some mileage by turning right at Mushroom Rock and taking the trail to Edward’s Point for great views of Chattanooga and the Tennessee River gorge. Total mileage with Edward’s Point tacked on is 14.2 miles. The trail is breathtaking and provides a mixture of runnable and fairly technical sections.

4. Mullin’s Cove Loop at Prentice Cooper State Wildlife Area

Mullin’s Cove Loop begins at the South Cumberland trailhead parking lot in Prentice Cooper State Wildlife Area. Drive here quickly in your 2022 Hyundai Tucson. You can go in either direction but the Rock Creek River Gorge 10 mile leaves the parking lot from the left, crosses the dirt road and heads into the trees. Indian Rock House is to the left after you descend stairs through a narrow passage between the rocks. Go right when the trail splits. Enjoy views of the Tennessee River gorge and take a detour out onto Snooper’s Rock. Cross through the parking lot and continue on the single track, cross the dirt road and continue to the dry creek bed. Turn left and run down the creek bed, paying close attention for the turn to the right. There is a small sign but it is easy to miss. Continue to the dirt road and turn right. You will continue up it for about ⅓ mile. Turn left onto single track. There is a sign but it is easy to miss so watch carefully. The single-track trail hairpins as you climb back up the ridge. After a few miles, you enter the rock garden. Pay attention to the white blazes here as the trail winds through and over rocks and can be hard to follow. Climb out of the rock garden and run the last mile winding gradually uphill to the parking lot where you began. The roughly 10 mile course is a combination of easily manageable and quite technical terrain.

*Dogs are allowed in all areas if leashed except the Chattanooga Arboretum and Nature Center.

Vehicles include: 2021 Hyundai Kona, 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe, 2021 Hyundai Palisade, and the all new 2022 Hyundai Tucson.

Side view of a 2022 Hyundai Tucson

What do we know about the 2022 Hyundai Tucson?

2022 Hyundai Tucson Reveal Video and Teaser

The automotive world is positively abuzz with excitement for the upcoming 2022 Hyundai Tucson. This sleek machine has just recently been revealed by Hyundai, and we can’t get enough of its striking design. Close observers will notice the delightful similarity to the 2019 Vision T concept from the automaker.

The best way to get an idea of all that is the 2022 Tucson is to watch the full 26-minute unveiling video. That’s why we’ve included it below! For those with not quite so much time, we’ve also tossed in the one-minute teaser trailer; this condensed look is a great way to get the general idea of the vehicle and get your blood pumping in anticipation as well.

Happy viewing!

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Front angles view of a 2022 Hyundai Tucson

What does the 2022 Hyundai Tucson look like?

2022 Hyundai Tucson Exterior Design and Style

On September 13, Hyundai introduced the world to the next generation of its beloved SUV, the Tucson. The new incarnation is completely reimagined, and it has many onlookers in awe. Hyundai is finally implementing some of the striking elements it introduced with its Vision T concept back in 2019.

What is the philosophy behind the design of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson? Find out below!

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