at 1375 Youville Drive, Ottawa, K1C 4R1 Canada
Multiple winner of the Hyundai Canada President’s Award of Merit, Pathway Hyundai serves clients in the National Capital Region and has consistently ranked in the Top 5 for vehicle sales volume in Canada.
A well-stocked inventory of Hyundai cars, trucks and SUVs; friendly, knowledgeable staff; award-winning, expert technicians; and a large inventory of pre-owned vehicles are a few of the reasons many of our customers are repeat purchasers.
3002 FB users likes Pathway Hyundai, set it to 10 position in Likes Rating for Ottawa, Ontario in Automotive category
Still debating whether to switch to winter tires? Know this: they consistently outperform all-season tires by increasing control and decreasing the average stopping distance at 80 km/h by as much as 20 metres. Give our service department a call at 1-866-490-3604 to make an appointment and get your winter tires on ASAP.
Recommended items you should keep in your vehicle for winter emergencies include sand, salt or non-clumping cat litter; a tow rope; jumper cables; and a warning light or road flares. Is there an item that helped you out of a jam? Add it in the comments!
Power's out at the intersection? Traffic lights are down? Easy peasy: treat it as a four-way stop. That means you must yield the right-of-way to any vehicle approaching the intersection before you. And if you arrive at the same time, the vehicle approaching from the right has the right-of-way.
Want to avoid skidding? Do this: - Don't drive too fast for the conditions - Don't brake suddenly - Don't slam your foot on the accelerator - Don't take a curve or a turn too fast Remember: Use caution, stay alert and be patient.
Share the road: under the Highway Traffic Act, bicycles are considered vehicles, so treat them as you would any other vehicle on the road. Because they're entitled to cycle on all roads in Ottawa (except the Transitway, Highways 416, 417 and the 174 to Orléans), leave a safe distance when passing a bicycle and give them a little extra when roads are slippery.
Do you like when it rains because you get your car washed in the process? Your vehicle needs more than just a sprinkle to protect its exterior. The high pressure jets of a car wash dislodge any debris, which makes for a smoother drive but also gets rid of Enemy #1: Dirt. Embedded in imperfections such as little scratches on the bodywork, dirt attracts moisture and keeps it in direct contact with the surface of the vehicle. By eliminating the dirt, you prevent moisture from creating rust patches on your vehicle. So if someone's written Wash Me on your vehicle, you might want to take their advice.
The St. Joseph/Jeanne d’Arc Blvd intersection — Ottawa’s first full two-lane roundabout — has two lanes around the centre island and right-turn channels for vehicles travelling both east and west on St. Joseph Blvd. Still uneasy about navigating through it? Congratulations! You aren't the only one. So do this: - Reduce your speed - Move up to the yield line and wait for an acceptable gap in traffic - Enter the roundabout when there's an adequate gap in traffic - You have the right-of-way over entering traffic, so don't stop within the roundabout except to avoid a collision - Always watch for pedestrians and cyclists
Wonder all you want if it'll be a mild winter or the snowmageddon of the decade: you can be sure snow, sleet and ice are on the way. Can you depend on your vehicle to get you through the worst of it? Pathway Hyundai’s highly trained technicians can make sure, by conducting a comprehensive inspection of your vehicle, carefully examining the condition and integrity of each component to ensure it meets the high and exacting standards we set. After all, we’re committed to keeping you on the road. Call our service department for an appointment before the snow falls: 1-866-490-3604.
Thinking of buying a new vehicle? Better set aside 15.5 hours, because according to an Autotrader study, that's how much time you'll spend mulling it over (Millennials, or Gen Y, spend 16.4 hours researching and choosing). The study also showed 66% of all auto shoppers – and 70% of Millennials – walking into the dealership for the first time end up buying the vehicle they had in mind.
Ever wonder why road signs look the way they do? In 1923, the highway department in Mississippi suggested a sign’s shape should signal the kind of hazard ahead, with the more sides on the sign, the more danger ahead on the upcoming stretch of road. Circles (considered to have infinite sides) designate the riskiest hazards, like railroad crossings. Octagons indicate the second most perilous hazards, like intersections; diamonds signal less-tricky stretches; and rectangles are strictly informational.
Research firm Brand Keys recently came out with its annual ranking of 22 car brands, listing them from best to worst. Tied for top spot was Hyundai, for the fourth straight year. What's at the heart of our success? Effectively combining personal technology and luxury in affordably priced sedans and sports cars, as well as introducing and redesigning key models that keep you interested in owning a Hyundai. It's that simple.
Days filled with work and play, out-of-town visitors and family trips to Petrie Island Beach... trying to squeeze in a round of golf or a drive for a round of ice cream cones with the kids. Isn't summer the busiest season of all? That's why our service department offers you peace of mind, with extended hours until midnight Monday through Thursday and complimentary shuttle service for your convenience. Because when there aren't enough hours in the day, we do the best to accommodate you.