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Hyundai Veracruz for Sale in Auburn, WA

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$5,995 215,314 mi.

2007 Hyundai Veracruz Limited

Fair Price
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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507 Motorsports
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(360) 339-8002
4.2 (8 reviews)
28 mi. from 98071
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I got a great deal on a used 2005 Pontiac Sunfire.
by Lauren from Dupont, WA
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.2 (8 reviews)
I bought a used 2005 Pontiac Sunfire two weeks ago from 507 Motorsports. Before I purchased the car, I had it professionally inspected for any issues (I paid $250 at Brown's Auto Care (nearby), to include a compression engine test - engine tests are expensive -- a regular inspection is about $100). The only issue that was found was a leaky oil seal. 507 Motorsports adjusted the price accordingly. One week later, I discovered that my windshield washer fluid dispenser wasn't working due to a huge crack in the reservoir. 507 Motorsports owner, Jason, tried to fix it for me for free with heavy duty epoxy, but there is still a small crack in it. He said that if I bring him a new water reservoir, then he'll fix it for free. I don't think that the car was sold to me with a broken reservoir (I checked it before leaving the lot, and the windshield washer fluid dispenser worked). After I bought the car, several people (snow tire installers, back-up camera installers, Brown's Auto Care - to fix the leaky oil seal) messed around near that area, and perhaps it was accidentally cracked. At any rate, I bought a car in good mechanical condition (the important stuff is working perfectly) with new tires at 507 Motorsports for a really good price, so I'm happy (I discovered that when I had my snow tires installed that my car came with new all-season tires). My recommendation is that if you are serious about buying a car at 507 Motorsports (or any used car dealership that doesn't offer a warranty/guarantee), it's best to pay $100 or so for a semi-thorough inspection at a nearby auto shop, and if something is broken, the dealership will work with you to fix it before you buy it because they want happy customers. Otherwise, go to a place that sells certified, warrantied pre-owned vehicles (you will be paying much, much more for the car than a measly $100 inspection) and buy your car there.
Fun to drive roomy SUV
by Dan from Grant, AL
March 24, 2018
5
This SUV has plenty of room inside yet doesn't look that big from the outside. My wife has had it for about 6 years now and it has over 210,000 miles on it and still performs strong. My wife won't even consider trading it in on another vehicle she likes it so well. Issues have had include replacing the cd player/radio, driver seat electric switch controls and valve cover gaskets to stop small engine oil drips.
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