I bought my Hyundai used in January 2005. It had 74,000 miles. I couldn't have been happier with it until one day the timing belt broke, which broke our engine. $2,000 to repair it and it only had 80,000. I've only had it for 7 months and I'm questioning if it is worth fixing!
I AM VERY PLEASED WITH MY CAR. IT WAS
DIRT CHEAP AND ALMOST NEW. THE ONLY
THING I DONT LIKE IS THE SMALL TIRES BUT
A COUPLE HUNDRED BUCKS FOR BIGGER RIMS
AND TIRES AND SHE'S PERFECT.
I AM A BMW OWNER AND I KNOW ABOUT
SHIFTING, HANDLING, PERFORMANCE WHEN I
DRIVE A CAR. IT DOES ALL VERY VERY WELL.
IT'S BEEN 4-5 MONTHS IT RUNS PERFECT,
NO PROBS WITH ANYTHING. I WAS GOING FOR
VARIOUS YR 2K ENTRY CARS LIKE THE FORD
FOCUS, PROTEGE,COROLA, ETC.. I TEST
DROVE THEM ALL AND THE ACCENT WAS
SUPRISINGLY BETTER IN ALL ASPECTS! REAT
I WAS SICK OF MY BMW'S SUCKING ALL MY
HARD EARNED SAVINGS MONTHLY IN
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR! HYUNDAI PARTS ARE
A WELCOME CHANGE!
I bought this car used with 18,000 miles in Jan 2002. Car now has 67,325 mi. Very reliable after the first couple times in the shop the first year I owned it. Needed Mass air flow sensor to stop pinging & some automatic transmision shifter sensor found in TSB to smooth out shifting. Great city car, great gas milage. Car has functioned extremly well no problems. Brakes and tires around 42,000 mi. Very basic low cost transportation. I have been very pleased.