30th Sep 2007, 04:28

Well it's a very reliable car for the brakes had save me more than serious situation, the services is pretty cheap and after 1 year of using the price still good in the market of used cars, the car is pretty nice from outdoor, but one problem accured indoor which I see marks all over the plastic from where it comes I don't know??!! else everything is astonishing with that car for 230Km/gallon it's perfect for an A/T gearbox.

6th Nov 2007, 21:58

I bought a 2006 Accent used after renting one for a 30 day cross country drive. I liked it very much. I was impress for a small car that did not feel small.

The rental had the big alloy wheels and ABS brakes. The gas mileage was excellent. I wish it had cruise control. I like everything about this car.

I bought a used one because the dealer did not have a new one with the same equipment as the rental. The used one had 16,000 miles and still smells new. It came with all the warranties. It had a vibration in the front. The drive axle had to be replaced on warranty. The car is running great, but the ride seems a littler bouncier than the rental. I had a wheel alignment done and the steering became stiff. I had done again and now it is fine. I like this car very much. My son bought a new Elantra. For almost the same money, the Elantra is a better buy.

6th Feb 2008, 00:24

I own 2007 Hyundai Elantra and when I first started to drive my car in the snow it did horrible. I put my car in the ditch once and my husband (who is a professional long haul truck driver) put the car in the ditch twice. I ended up putting studded snow tires on the car and my car does great in the snow now. I do have the same brand of all seasons that you have, and I think that they suck. Anyway, you may try to get your tires siped for better traction in the dry months.

13th Mar 2008, 18:33

For one thing, this is not the elantra section of the site.

Second, if your husband is a professional driver like you say, and he put the car in the ditch twice, perhaps the ditch is where it belongs with the rest of the Hyundi's.