My car only has 20000 miles on it and it has spent more than 3 months in the shop in 2 years. I have had to pretty much replace every origional part. I strogly advise not to buy this car. My family owns 3 and every one of them has had major problems from replacing the transmission to the entire break system. I even had to replace a bad battery. These cars truly are junk!
Redo the whole car inside and out. Don't be affraid to put some money into it.
Take it off the market before someone
gets hurt. It is a piece of junk and a
saftey hazard. Hard to control and
even harder at higher speeds. Hyundai
does NOT stand behind their products.
I have spent more time at the
dealerhip than driving this junk.
Zero ! None !
It is made CHEAP! Poor tires and
I just bought my Hyundai Accent used
about a month ago with only 50,000
miles on it. Well right before the
warranty ran out the transmission went
out on it and had to be rebuilt. Then
right after the warranty ran out i was
driving down the freeway and the car
started to make a funny noise. So i
drove to a gas station and looked under
the hood to see all of the oil pouring
out from under the engine. This
happened with only 61,000 miles on the
car. So i filled the car with oil and
drove home and called my friend the
mechanic and he said tha the block was
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