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#920 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [deltheking]
Apr 11, 2009 (10:44 pm)
I thought that the 5yr/60K bumper-to-bumper warranty was not transferrable, and that only the 10 year/100K powertrain could be transferred to another owner?
I think there many be a lot of fine print involved in the warranty details like the original owner being required to follow the recommended maintenance schedule at a Hyundai/Kia dealership--or else it voids the warranty.
Also, which particular Hyundai and Kia models are recommended?
#921 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [lhy]
Apr 12, 2009 (4:35 pm)
It's the other way around. The 10/100 powertrain is only for the first owner. The 5/50 bumper-to-bumper is transferable.
#922 of 969 Hyundai is the one
Apr 13, 2009 (7:32 am)
With out a doubt Hyundai. With all the safety features and the warranty you can't miss.
#923 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [lhy]
Apr 13, 2009 (12:13 pm)
All late model Hyundais /Kias 2006 and above are terrific value.But the base Accent and Rio ,, I think ,do not have the ABS ,though.
A used 06-07 Hyundai Sonata is a great bargain,, a good sized sedan,good reliability and fuel economy!!
#924 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [deltheking]
Apr 13, 2009 (10:39 pm)
GM has a 100K warranty that is transferable. And GM cars depreciate almost as quickly as Hyundais.
#925 of 969 Gas milage is unreal
Apr 14, 2009 (6:52 am)
My daughter just bought a 2009 Sonata V6 and is getting 37 mpg on the highway!!!!
#926 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [deltheking]
Apr 14, 2009 (9:00 am)
Yes, used Hyundais can be a great value because of the horrible resale values! Just don't buy a new one unless you plan to keep it a very long time!
#927 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [deltheking]
Apr 16, 2009 (10:05 pm)
What are repair and maintenance costs like on Hyundais or Kias?
Are these costs more expensive compared to other imports or domestic cars?
And are there problems finding mechanics (other than Hyundai dealerships) who know how to fix Hyundais/Kias?
#928 of 969 Re: What are the Best non-Japanese Used Cars? [kirstie_h]
Apr 24, 2009 (3:01 pm)
The G20 is the Infiniti version of the Nissan Sentra.
Primera, actually - a somewhat larger FWD platform, available in Europe as a Nissan. I had both an older Sentra and and a G20 (both manual), and the drives could not have been compared (G20 much nicer.)
#929 of 969 Looking for a used car for my daughter
Jun 25, 2009 (7:53 pm)
I am in the process of searching for a used vehicle for my daughter. She wants something sporty. Price range of 7000-9000. We have been looking at Chrysler Sebrings (2004) any one have any advice? Thank you