Wasn't so long ago that Hyundai's survival in the U.S. market was considered a coin toss at best. Hyundai took the U.S. market by storm in 1986 with a new subcompact car called Excel that sold for about $4,000, less than most used cars sold for at the time. Within two years, the South Korean automaker rang up sales of 264,282 cars in the U.S. Then folks started paying attention ... Read full review for the 2003 Hyundai Elantra
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Probably the most car you can get for the money spent. By the time your ready to buy another car this one is still under bumper to bumper dealer warranty!! The GT has the added bonus of better perform... Read Full Review
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