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Hey! After a lot of research, I just purchased a 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe as a replacement vehicle for my car that got totaled (no one was hurt - it was parked and a drunk driver smashed into it). The car I found has 123k miles on it, one owner and was one of the last Korean made models, which is supposed to be a good thing as I understand it! We paid a very reasonable price for this car and I'm feeling optimistic that it will serve our family well. Here's to hoping I don't have too many crazy questions!

- Seby
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Beckley, WV
 

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Hey! After a lot of research, I just purchased a 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe as a replacement vehicle for my car that got totaled (no one was hurt - it was parked and a drunk driver smashed into it). The car I found has 123k miles on it, one owner and was one of the last Korean made models, which is supposed to be a good thing as I understand it! We paid a very reasonable price for this car and I'm feeling optimistic that it will serve our family well. Here's to hoping I don't have too many crazy questions!

- Seby
Computer Chick
Beckley, WV
Glad you were not hurt bad from accident.
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