by Phoebe on Aug 20, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Hyundai Scoupe LS 2dr Coupe
I'm the second owner to my Scoupe. It
had about 53,000 miles on her when I
bought it 5 years ago. I change the
oil every 3000 miles, and keep her
tuned up. She has about 112000 on her
now, and I've replaced things that you
would normally replace on a vehicle
with that many miles on it. I live in
Maine, and for all the wear and tear
I've given her, she's been an awesome
little car. And for my next car, if I
don't get a four wheel drive, I'm
seriously considering buying another
Hyundai vehicle (nothing prior to 1994,
by Carmen on Oct 21, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Hyundai Scoupe 2dr Coupe
I am the original of my Hyundai
scoupe and I can't say enough great
this vehicle! This little car loves
cross country drives.
The material that the car was built
with is my main concern. It
is a bit plastic for my taste. A few
months ago I was
hit by an 18 wheeler truck, rammed
into a light post and this Hyundai
kept going! Of course she had a
few dents and I had to drill the rear
bumper back on, but in
terms of damage - I only had to get
the tires re-aligned.
Excel and Sonata, and the first Elantra and Scoupe. Hyundai reengineered them (flipping the tranny to the driver's side in the process) around 1994 (these went in the last of the turbo Scoupes, the 1...
The Sonata Hybrid will be the first mass produced Hyundai Hybrid. Hyundai actually invented its first Hybrid powertrain in 1994 with a modified Scoupe engine. Hyundai thought Hybrids were a pipe dre...
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