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Old 01-18-2006, 02:02 PM   #11
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Hyundai is putting out a damn good product lately. Toyota and Honda better be tucking in their tailpipes with how close Hyundai is...
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I've driven several Azera'* (work at a buick/gmc/hyundia dealer). It'* an alright car, pretty quick. The headunit is in the worst spot ever, you have to lean over to touch it.
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Hyundai is putting out a damn good product lately. Toyota and Honda better be tucking in their tailpipes with how close Hyundai is...
Thankyou... Not sure how many people have noticed.... But lately they are in the game... and they are making cars a lot more afforadble than Toyota, Honda or Nissian... My neighbor has a 03 with 60,000 miles on it... He has had only one problem... The stereo went out... Dealership ordered a new on and installed it under warranty... To date this is the one single problem he has had... Its a Sonata with the 2.7 V6... Its been troublefree... I have seen a lot of people here with Hyundai'*... They are here to stay and they have seriously improved sence the 90'*..

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Old 01-18-2006, 04:03 PM   #14
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Hyundai is putting out a damn good product lately. Toyota and Honda better be tucking in their tailpipes with how close Hyundai is...
Thankyou... Not sure how many people have noticed.... But lately they are in the game... and they are making cars a lot more afforadble than Toyota, Honda or Nissian... My neighbor has a 03 with 60,000 miles on it... He has had only one problem... The stereo went out... Dealership ordered a new on and installed it under warranty... To date this is the one single problem he has had... Its a Sonata with the 2.7 V6... Its been troublefree... I have seen a lot of people here with Hyundai'*... They are here to stay and they have seriously improved sence the 90'*..
Yeah, a chick I dated a year ago has a 2000 Sonata, only had a sensor fail and that is it for problems.

If I were in the market for a new vehicle, regardless of value, and Hyundai had a vehicle that fit my specs. I wouldn't hsitate to get one
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Old 01-18-2006, 10:08 PM   #15
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This thread is much different from the Hyundai bashing I have seen in the past. Looks like I won't get walked all over when I say..."I kinda like it..."
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Hyundai stands for -

How
You'll
Understand,
Nothing'*
Dependable
And
Inexpensive.

Hyundais may try to look like jaguars or Lexus, but they still bite.
Even if they look good on the outside, it is still a Hyundai.
Worry not Bonne fans, Your car is still better.

FUN FACT - performance figures are more often inflated than anything. Kind of like MPG, where they claim some giant SUV gets 34 MPG.
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Old 01-19-2006, 12:01 AM   #17
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I retract my previous statement.
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Hyundai'* have CRAZY orange peel.
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I retract my previous statement.
no kidding :\
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Front end looks like a Regal.
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