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1992 Hyundai Elantra Consumer Discussions

1992 Hyundai Elantra
I would suggest that you should go for the Elantra. Your friend wont be wrong. Instead of buying an Echo or Rio or Accent (though they are fine cars) for almost the same money she will have a bigger c...

Apparently Hyundai has issues with smelly interiors and smelly A/C's. I was reading a review of the Elantra over in the UK and they said they noticed a "Saab-like fishy smell enimating from the ...

I didn't like the look of Korean Cars in the mid to late 90's with Kia's although what was it the 96-98 Sonata I liked the look of. The 90's Elantra looked wild. The look of the 01-06 Elantra especial...

Well, multiple inaccuracies there. Elantra is now in Gen 4, with Gen 1 arriving in the U.S. in late 1991 for the 1992 MY. Current Elantra has been on sale for nearly 2 years and has been available a...

There are literally thousands of dead Excels and Elantras and Sonatas in scrapyards around the Dallas area, maybe I could buy a half a dozen and keep one running long enough to show a profit. But sp...

I disagree with these comments and have 5 ownership experiences with Hyundai (4 with a Sonata and 1 Elantra wagon) to dispute, no doubt, a non-ownership experience:...

I think it was 1992 MY, but I expect what was meant is that the current-gen Elantra (the one w/the hatch) was introduced in 2001 MY....

Here's an Elantra that doesn't have those problems... circa 1992:...
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