Purchased used as Certified PreOwned with 30K miles. One week later it was stolen. Subsequently learned that this car is one of the most frequently stolen cars by teenagers. Something called the "Hyundai / Kia challenge" is a nationwide issue. Apparently Someone knowledgeable about stealing cars posted a step by step video on TikTok showing kids how to break into and hot wire these cars in 5 minutes or less. These cars with the old style manual key (not push button) can easily be stolen using an inexpensive common computer cable which simply plugs into a couple outlets. I think the rear windows may also not be wired into the cars security system. Hyundai has not issued a recall and collision shops across the country are backed up repairing these cars, parts are hard to get due to the number of stolen cars. Repairs might take a couple months due to shortage of parts.
Problem with the car and it's new. Only 54000 mile
I bought the car off a used car lot. It had $54,000 miles on it. I drove it to Louisiana and back and realized it was a half a quart low on oil. Took it back to the dealership and they can't find out what's wrong with it. But other than that overall experience is great.
Highly recommend Hyundai's best value in automobil
This car was absolutely the best value for the dollar compared to the Accord Camry Mazda 6 and other Asian competitors this is my second Hyundai and these cars are well built reliable and an incredible value overall also a friend of mine is a mechanic and explains to me that these cars are easy to work on easy to diagnose easy to repair and parts are relatively inexpensive my opinion you cannot go wrong with a Hyundai