Warranty brought me to even look at the
Hyundai. Price brought me back to the
dealership when it was time to buy. I
have had no major problems with this
car in my 70,000 miles of driving.
I've done nothing to it except change
the oil and wiper fluid. Only once did
I have to take it to the dealer for a
recall on an air bag sensor. The car
(4 cyl. Manual trans.) has plenty of
pep and decent gas mileage. Long trips
give you leg cramps as the seats don't
support my leg very well (Seat too low
or floor too high. LOL.) Cruise
control is awkward as you have to
activate it every time before you use
it. Interior lighting...is dismal.
Warranty, Problem Free, practical
Needs bigger (deeper) trunk, Does not
hold it's value (This is the only thing
keeping me from buying a Santa Fe right
now...I'm upside down). Cruise Control
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