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Hyundai Azera, Automotive News, Sedan
#138 of 166 Re: Suspension and Springs Corrected? [snaglepus]
Mar 10, 2009 (11:29 am)
Hi Snaglepus - Thanks for the information - I am going to rush home to check my "born on" date. I bought my car in July 2008 and I think it rides OK - but since I drove a 1999 - 5 speed - Hyundai Tiburon (which I love) for the past 9 years - I'm not used to a "luxury" car - so I might not know the difference. My question is - if people are having "suspension" issues - since the car is under warranty couldn't they just take the car back and have it fixed by the dealer?
Mar 11, 2009 (5:42 am)
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#140 of 166 Re: Clunk???? [budwizer]
Mar 11, 2009 (7:40 pm)
Opinions on the suspension issue are not unanimous. Here's the best summary I can offer, along with a bit of advice: Don't assume the most vociferous opinions are necessarily the consensus on what's right for your car.
Jul 21, 2009 (6:58 am)
Hello guys...about a week ago some ********scratched my black Azera 2009 with something sharp and left a very unpleasent mark on my car ,i wanted to ask if its possible to buy the original black color for this car or sth of high quality that is made for Azera 2009 Black..can you guys do me a favor and introduce me an online market where i can get the original color for my car to be able to fix the scratches.btw theye are Hyundai dealers here who would do the job ..but i dont trust their work,so i wanted to find the and buy a pack of original color for my car to fix it myself....Any help would be appriciated.
#142 of 166 Re: ...Unlucky [lovland]
Jul 22, 2009 (10:23 am)
You can buy touch-up paint tubes from either your local Hyundai dealer's part department or try some online merchant like
I don't know how extensive the damage is. But seldom can you fix it by yourself & almost all the time they stand out like a sore thumb. I would seriously urge you to go to a professional body shop & get them to do it.
You don't need to go to a Hyundai dealer to fix it. Look for a reputed body shop. My advice is to find the body shop of your local luxury dealer such as Lexus, BMW, MB, Porsche etc. They usually have the latest & greatest equipment & usually are better trained than your local Hyundai dealer's bodyshop people. Get a quote from multiple good body shops, look at their reviews & then choose a shop.
If the quotes aren't too expensive, you can pay for it yourself. If it turns out to be expensive, you can ask your insurance to cover it.
I would seriously urge you not to try to do it yourself. It never ever turns out well & you might do more damage than good.
#144 of 166 Bluetooth and iTouch 3rd Generation
Jan 13, 2010 (11:28 am)
Just ordered a new iTouch. Am I getting my hopes up too high that it will work with the bluetooth in my Azera?
#145 of 166 2011 Azera shown at Detroit Auto Show
Feb 11, 2010 (9:42 am)
Anybody seen the 2011 Azera yet? I haven't heard much (if anything) about it, but here's a pix: