When I bought my Elantra, I was in need
of a cheap vehicle fast. I wish I
could go back and choose a bike, a
three-legged blind mule, or a good pair
of shoes. This was the worst buy. I
began to think the check engine light
was supposed to be on all the time. It
was ok, though, because of Hyundai's
warranty...right??? Well not if the
warranty department claims nothing is
wrong. It also liked to shift in and
out of gears at constant speed and
elevation, but according to the
warranty department this was normal
I will never buy a Hundai product again.
The interior design of the Elantra was
nice, and it had a very large trunk for
such a small car. It had spunk if you
were not at a complete stop.
Start over...hopefully the newer models
were based on another manufacturer's
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