If the "A" pillar (the left side of the windshield) is not damaged, and the area where the door is bolted to the body is not damaged, they will probably get a used door and go for it. Where I live that would be about $5K in damage, so close to a total loss. It is a shame that vehicles are totaled so easily, but such is the nature of "crush-zones" on modern vehicles. Passengers walk away from crashes, vehicles are reduced to recyclable materials.
I am looking to get an android auto head unit for my 2011 Elantra and found some nice units. My heart sank as soon as I saw what the bezel kit looks like. Like the laziest design ever!
Anyone feel the same or do you just get used to it? At the moment it's stopping me since I do have bluetooth...
While checking out the 2011 Elantra, it came to my attention that the fluid levels for the transmission are sealed. No dip stick to check the level or hole on top to add, if you need it. Should that worry me?
What if you have a minor leak and can’t get it fixed right away. Thru an open system...
Just replaced the steering coupler on my 2012 Elantra Sedan with 113K
Noise is gone and the road bumps feel better, but my steering wheel is now crooked.
The alignment seems fine, just the location of the wheel is to the left of center.
Any helpful suggestions?