I like station wagons. Always have. Even little ones can be handy. Flip down the seat and you can haul packages, luggage, bikes or sundry supplies from the lumberyard for weekend chores. Of course, little wagons can't swallow as much cargo as sport-utility vehicles or minivans, but they hold more than a small sedan and get good gas mileage. They cost less, too. Hyundai's... Read full review for the 1998 Hyundai Elantra
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Had some trouble with water pumps. May have been rebuilt pumps the mechanic was using. He tried something else this time. Car has plenty of pep. Gets 27 MPG most of the time at 40-45 MPH.
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