Where do I start?
1. At about 9,000 miles, the Hyundai Elantra paint started to bubble and chip off. It took two weeks to get an appointment to have this problem fixed only for the dealership to have the car for three weeks to "fix" the paint.
2. At about 9,500 miles, the car started to stall when I was at red lights or stopped at a signal. Again it took about two weeks to get an appointment to have this problem fixed.
3. 12,200 miles, the car starts shaking and makes loud noises. I took the car into the shop and was told "There is nothing wrong. Your car is fine!"
4. 12,900 miles the paint started bubbling again! Once again I had to wait about two weeks to get an appointment only for them to keep the car for another two weeks to fix the paint.
5. 16,500 miles, the car lighter stopped working and I was told that this is not a "warrant-able repair".
6. 30,000 miles the car starts shaking and cannot be driven. I had to have a tow truck pick it up and bring it into the shop. They eventually fixed the miss firing of the engine and the car was returned to me.
7. 35,000 miles the paint starts bubbling and chipping again and was told this time that "It is no longer under warranty for the paint!"
8. 45,000 miles the rotors are warped and need to be replaced. The rotors that were put on the vehicle from the manufacturer are too thin! (Again, not a warrant-able repair)