Was that Nov. 11, 2012 ??According to the Chicago Tribune Nov. 11,
Most, if not all, manufacturers lie, cheat and steal form their customers. This is nothing new. Every auto manufacturer has their dirty little secrets and schemes to try and brush them under the rug or cover them up. So why would anyone expect Hyundai to be any different?What else is new
Hyundai has a bad reputation for doing this. But Hyundai arent the only ones.
A few domestic brands have also lied in the past.
At least you're still saving in the end, higher insurance rate on cars like these is the downside to going with them but nothing beats the gas mileage they get especially for what the vehicle is priced at. Good move on going to this from a Jeep.I personally dont care though. I came from a Jeep and even with the fact that I now have a payment and insurance went up, it's still costing me less total for this car than I was paying just in gas on the Jeep. I'm getting about 30mpg with mine and thats a mix of highway and city with a little bit of stop and go. I expect it to go up a little as I put some more miles on it. I still have less than 500 miles on it right now so I'm only on my 2nd tank of gas.
I miss my Jeep, but I couldn't argue with the fact that it wasn't safe to have a baby riding along in it. It was a 99 Cherokee 4x4 and it needed about 2k worth of parts and I cant work on it at our place so I estimated another 1-1.5k in labor. I will end up getting another one, but right now we dont have room where we live. With that said though, I really do enjoy driving this car.At least you're still saving in the end, higher insurance rate on cars like these is the downside to going with them but nothing beats the gas mileage they get especially for what the vehicle is priced at. Good move on going to this from a Jeep.
Maybe not.In retrospect, it was a bad decision.
I guess the lesson I've learned is to do more internet research before a major purchase.