I had a Hyundai Lantra that I traded in last week, 98 Silver, and the drivers window occasionally froze on the up. I found that if you just hold your finger down it does decide to go up in the end. Once or twice I had to wind down and then back up. I did improve the problem by taking the door off and lubricating the motor mechanism but it needed doing again before long. Try checking the mountings, as previously suggested, for loose screws or bolts. Don't go mad tightening them but check to see whether or not they are overly loose. You can take the door face off easily but watch out for the wires connecting to the window switches, you will need to remove the plug to make it easier to get access to the door (however this means having to re-connect the switch before you can test, unless you short the connections).
Just on the plus side, I had my Lantra for nearly 2 years and they are damned good car for the money. They might be grp9 insurance but the only repairs I ever did on the car were caused by something else damaging it or were general wear&tear things as you would replace on any other car. I'd almost say they were bullet-proof, if you treat them well.
Just out of interest, where abouts did you pick this one up??
Feel free to ask me anything in the future directly as I've experienced all the lil quirks you need to be aware of in the time I had it. If you know what the problem is when it happens you can normally sort it in minutes on your own so please do ask.
Cabal5935 @ Hyundai Forums
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