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Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Factory Tour

Montgomery, AL, USA
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About Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Factory Tour
Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC (HMMA), Hyundai's first assembly and manufacturing plant in the United States. This $1.7 billion automotive plant is one of the most advanced assembly plants in North America. HMMA currently provides employment for more than 3,000 people who are bringing to life Hyundai's new design direction called "Fluidic Sculpture". The all-new Hyundai Sonata and Elantra reflect a forwarding-thinking design fusing style, safety technologies, and eco-friendly features in one complete package. Both cars are powerful and offer plenty of legroom, many luxuries inside, and great fuel economy-the perfect compliment to their surprisingly affordable price tags. HMMA also builds the 2.4-liter Theta 4-cylinder Gasoline
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AJ. wrote a review Jan 2020
Alamogordo, New Mexico383 contributions78 helpful votes
Took a guided tour and it was great. Got to ride around with our team in carts with earphones and an entertaining tour guide. Impressive and massive facility and we got to see the car building process from start to finish. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chuck Brooks wrote a review Jun 2019
Alamogordo, New Mexico648 contributions439 helpful votes
The Hyundai plant tour is free but you MUST book online, and the tours fill up months in advance. It is a great tour. I worked in a auto assembly plant in the 60's and it is amazing how much more automated it is, and the difference in the management attitude. You could tell that the workers are happy and smiling - much different than in the past. I bought my first Hyundai 2 years ago, so I wanted to see where it was made - I can now see the quality that is there. Book your tour as far in advance as you can.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Dadmeyers wrote a review Feb 2019
Branson, Missouri18 contributions3 helpful votes
A great visit that is family friendly. See all aspects of automobile production from beginning to end. Tour the plant(s) on an open air tram with a company guide. Trams have roll up curtains in case of rain or cold weather but most of the tour in inside the various buildings.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Shtrbug1 wrote a review Oct 2018
Wetumpka, Alabama483 contributions94 helpful votes
It’s always nice to get a free tour but when it’s a good tour, it’s great! We actually went on this tour last year and took my brother on the tour today! We enjoyed it both times but today was the best. There were more robots working today! How fun to watch them do their job! We love to watch modern technology at work. Highly recommend if you enjoy this sort of thing.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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harryh409 wrote a review Sep 2018
Crestview, Florida250 contributions61 helpful votes
This tour of the Hyundai plant was just wonderful. It is free but you have to sign up online because of limited seating and available hours. You get to tour the showroom and gift shop, watch an informative video and ride a tram through the various buildings at the plant and the guide explains everything to you. Hyundai has invested a huge amount of time and money here in Alabama which is a plus for workers and the economy. We would highly recommend this tour even if you do not own a Hyundai it is by far a superior way to see an auto factory at work.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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