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I just found out the Volvo has no spare. If you want a donut spare, it goes in the already small trunk. They give you an inflation kit which is worthless if you get a blowout, which is very likely with low profile tires. There is emergency road service but what are they going to do if you get a blowout at 1:00 AM Sunday morning on the Triborough bridge in NYC or anywhere else. Do they carry a donut tire with them? Probably not. I drive alot on weekends and at night. The prospect of this scenario makes me think twice about buying this care. You can get a donut spare as an option but it goes into an already small trunk. What were they thinking when they went without a spare? You can get run flat tires but they are very expensive, noisy and affect handling. After all my research, I will have to start from scratch and look for something else. I'm very uupset about this.Report it
The Volvo beats them all. I can't understand why there is such little recognition in the car magazines? Consumers Reports rates the Sonata higher than the Volvo S60. They must know very little about cars and are obviously not enthusiats. The Sonata pulls to the left, the seats don't measure up, torque is not the same, cheaper interior, etc. I can't figure how the rate the Sonata almost as close as the Lexus LS 460. The Sonata has variable QC and you may get a lemon. I feel more secure with the Volvo and the warrranty and maintenance they provide. Hyundai wants the owner to change the oil every 3000 miles. Rediculous.Report it
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