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QUOTE (MiamiLX @ Jun 8 2010, 06:14 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=330993
Why not write back when you have 150,000K. This thread gives me gas. :innocent:
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If this thread gives you gas, I suggest you stay out of the thread. We don't want you to get ill over a thread. :)

I am simply trying to figure out if Hyundai's are lasting as long as (or even longer) Hondas and Toyotas given the owner takes care of it.
 

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QUOTE (kn5owa @ Jun 8 2010, 08:50 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=331040
High mileage - forget it - don't do it, and Miami is right - it is also boring.

I have put as much as 300K on cars and kept them as long as 20 years.

They are absolutely unsafe with those specs and absolutely filthy to work on - and you will be doing lots of that. I did it because in those days, I had to.

Besides, they do make improvements in cars from time to time - lots of them nowadays.

When the headliner starts falling down on your head and your driveway looks like the BP oil spill - it's time to trade up.
I am not sure nowdays it is uncommon for an owner to put on 150k. And most of the time, cars stay pretty clean provided that the owner takes care of it. Past two cars I've had, I had put on more than 150k and they still looked pretty good. In fact, I was able to trade the last car in for 8k when I bought my Sonata. I am interested in what people have done in maintenance and what kind of issues they have had to get to 150k mark. I thought that could be useful to potential Hyundai buyers.
 
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