Bought this cars cause it was showing 58 mpg when I bought it on the sticker in the window I get 28 mpg but I get a credit car from Hyundai for them lying about the mileage works to to fill my tank 2 times a year and I figure I'm using about 10-12 tanks extra a year. If I have 2 passengers in the back seat my wheels rub on the plastic cover in the wheels wells every dip in the highway I consider this to be a safety issue took a picture of it to the dealership and was told they put 2 people in the back of the car on the show room and it did the same thing so there's nothing they can do. I also paid 1500 for interior warranty and have a stain that they won't cover only cover threads popping
I like the look of the car very sporty. I liked the advertised fuel mileage at what was 58mpg now down to 48mpg but it only get 28mpg.
Change the fuel mileage to actual mileage. Fix the struts to struts for 4 passengers in the car. Fix the Bluetooth so my phone will load when car is started
Loads up maybe 20% of the time. I would also like a better answer then there's nothing we can do about it or bring it in we will give you a fuel system cleaning and charge you 330 bucks and still get the exact same fuel mileage. Maybe give me the full money I pay for extra gas to cover the 30 mpg that I'm missing out on. Overall I like the look of the car but want to trade it in but the resale values is terrible. Filling this thing almost every week. And supension is a safety hazard if traveling with 3-4 people in the car.
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