2000 Hyundai Elantra from North America
Every window on our car has broken nothing works, all we hear is the motor that raises the windows.
The first 2 rear windows went out, and when we tried to raise them up, some of the cable came up with the windows halfway.
Then the passenger side went and now the drivers side window fell through the door panel.
And it rattles every time we drive it. We don't have the money to get them fixed.
Using plastic trash bags on them or keeping them up with duct tape.
We can't even afford another car right now because of the economy.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 17th July, 2009
18th Jul 2009, 15:54
I know these problems are most inconvenient, but if that is your only concern after almost ten years of service, then that's not bad. Try going to your local parts store to pick up four new window regulators (that's all you need) Also, you can't really just skimp out on maintenance repairs on you car due to "poor economic times", what happens when your car REALLY breaks down? Then you have no way of getting to your job. Your car should be at the top of you economic budget list, because without it, you cannot make any money.