Overall the vehicle performed well.
It was reasonable on gas.
It seemed to require more brake
maintence than normal.
The extended warranty was worth the
cost as several items needed to be
replaced before 75,000
Scheduled regular maintenance by Hyundai
is pricey, especially the timing belt.
The Dealer fixed items at no charge that
were no longer under warranty for Good-
Will. I would recommend the purchase
of an Elantra if you get rebates and a
Hyundai has the Shop manual and
troubleshooting guides FREE on-line
Dealer rides for customers to home,
work, shopping, etc.
Free rental car for long repairs
A non-interference engine would be
Different or better quality brakes.
Better sounding Horn(s)
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