When I started looking for my 3rd car in two years, I was definitely really picky, and I happened to test drive, a 2001 xg300 and I was in love, then I kept my search strong I knew that the xg is what I had to have. Finally I found my xg350 is great shape, and bought the car of my dreams
Loaded, has great features, leather, sunroof, wood detail. Love my blue- green color, don't see it around. Smooth drive, easy to handle.
I had to do work on my xg, early on, month or so after the purchase. sensors often have to be fixed and replaced and can be costly, and I did have trouble with the transmission being in drive, but the computer in the car thinking its in neutral, so that's interesting. I fixed them, b/c I love my car
Even though my car is now 7 years old - i still have people asking me about it. Most are surprised it is as old as it as and a Hyundai. I like the classiness of only 1 area on the car that tells what it is .I don't know about fuel economy. I believe if you can't afford fuel you shouldn't be driving the car. Biggest expense has been tires - I'm hard on tires on any car. I have aftermarket wheels and low profile tires - Car looks great. Should be worth more in secondary market but Hyundai still hasn't recovered there & should have . My friends with other imports do/did not have the same reliability, low maintenance costs .I'd buy another .
leather seats that heat up when it is cold or I have a backache Huge trunk and flexible features to lay down the seats , etc
dashboard a little hard to read in bright sunlight
This our second Hyundai with about 15 years and several new cars between Hyundai purchases. We have had her for more than 4 years, I still feel that our Hyundai XG350L is the best value on the market. We presently have 51,000 miles and will seriously consider buying another Hyundai because of our experience with our dealer, the cars reliabilty, comfort and safety features.
comfortable seats, handles very well in all weather conditions, responsive engine that is happy to do 70mph all day, highway driving range of more than 420 miles.
Cruise control that does not need to be turned on by some hidden switch, digital compass, auto lights that turn on sooner, day time running lights, radio volume that adjusts to interior noise.
Bought used at 40k mi. Engine lunched at 115k. If you buy or own, change the darn timing belt @ 70k. Belt is made of pressed fiber of some sort. The Korean v6, unlike American v6, is an interference engine - meaning if the timing belt goes, the pistons and valve beat the engine to death - unlike a non-interference engine. We run Mobil one synthetic from day one. We have two American cars - both v6 - one at 180k the other at 225k. Never changed the timing belt. Both run. The xg350 had a rattle in the driver side trunk. It cruised smoothly and easy on long trips but about as much fun to drive as an Abrams tank. Do not recommend and will never buy another Hyundai. Your mileage may vary
Heated Leather seats
Make a V6 with a timing chain that lasts and if it breaks, don't let the valves and piston tear the engine to shreds. You get what you pay for.
great car and speed econmy grouth gas miles was greatprice gas went up car ran like champ it had power to go with it speed was un stopable snow didnt even face tcs came trough like a champ tracktion was there at all types of weather and for crash test it did wat it was suppose to do bring my family home great car
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