Every Year Hyundai does a fabulous contest to give away one of their new products for the upcoming year, promoting the new product by doing a giveaway, usually of a new car, and this year is like clockwork, as a guess what you can win? Yes, you can win a brand-new car!


New Hyundai Contest

Enter for your chance to Win a new 2022 Hyundai Tucson.

The Prize:

1 Grand Prize for one Winner consisting of a 2022 Hyundai Tucson Essential FWD

The approximate value MSRP $30,458.59


How to Enter

To enter this contest, fill out the easy online entry form at the link below for a Single Entry

  • Earn 10 entries into winning the car by taking a test drive (includes completing a credit app at your local dealership
  • Earn 100 Entries with the purchase of a 2022 Hyundai Tuscon during the contest period.

You can also get 100 additional entries by doing a 2100-word essay about the value of excellent customer service to your local Dealership Manager

Max Entries allowed is 111

Contest Rules:

  • Single Entry
  • Open to residents of Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age of Majority
  • Must have a valid driver’s license


This Hyundai Contest ends September 30, 2021

Find More Contest to Win Vehicles Here.

About Hyundai Group

Hyundai Group, was founded by Chung Ju-Yung in 1947 as a construction firm, and Chung directly controlled the company until he died in 2001.

By the mid-1990s, Hyundai comprised over 60 subsidiary companies and more than 200,000 workers.

Most companies bearing the name Hyundai are not legally connected to the Hyundai Group. Hyundai Motor Group, Hyundai Department Store Group, Hyundai Heavy Industries Group and Hyundai Development Company.

Hyundai Motor America began selling cars in the USA in 1986, with a single model, the Hyundai Excel; 168,882.

Initially well-received,  Hyundai sales plummeted; in response, Hyundai began investing heavily in its vehicles’ quality, design, manufacturing, and long-term research. It added a 10-year powertrain warranty to its vehicles sold in the United States. By 2004, sales had dramatically increased, and the reputation of Hyundai cars improved.

In 1989, Hyundai Auto Canada Inc. opened a stamping and assembly plant in Bromont, Quebec, employing 800 people. T

the plant cost $387.7 million, with Quebec and Canadian federal government subsidies of $131 million.

The Bromont plant was operational for four years before it closed.

Hyundai is Canada’s No.1 import car brand without a local plant.