There is a problem with the interior where the AC knob plugs into the internal wiring of the car. Multiple people have had problems with this part frying and there is no recall or any protection. This piece conveniently fries out after your warranty is void. The dealership wants to charge us 5k to fix it when it’s a 32$ part. Just beware that this AC problem is huge and costly so do your research and you will see that many have a fried plugin inside the interior and the knob of your AC will go out. And when you take it apart the plug attached to the wiring is burnt. Hyundai won’t just fix it unless you have a warranty. And this usually doesn’t happen until after 60k miles! It’s so frustrating.
Good car, for a good MSRP
Bought it with about 36k miles and I’m around 46k now with very little problems, good gas mileage, and good power for the price range. Had only minor issues like the seal on the front passenger window starting to have a small leak and a leak in the windshield wiper reservoir. But, there’s also a 50/50 chance that could’ve been from the previous owner.
Really fun to drive!
I went with the 6 speed manual to keep the price within my range and I am very happy with it. Car runs great, shifts smoothly, comfortable (plenty of leg and head room) and is really fun to drive! I am very happy with my purchase.