Just put a deposit down on a 19 SEL with the tech. feel like it’s was definitely the best value for my needs.Absolutely and I already have. I first purchased a 2008 Sonata, and now that it's getting a bit older I got a 2015 Limited 2.0T. Unfortunately it was totalled in an accident so I got a 2019 SEL with the tech package. They are fantastic, I've had very little issues and all of them were easily fixed.
Congratulations! The tech package adds a lot of great features that have saved me more than once in the time I've owned my 19 SEL. I would highly encourage you to read through the owner's manual to learn how all of the features work. You can adjust how a lot of the systems work from the screen in the instrument cluster and the manual will help explain the options so you can set it up exactly how you like it.Just put a deposit down on a 19 SEL with the tech. feel like it’s was definitely the best value for my needs.
I have owned 3 Hyundai vesicles. Currently have a 2015 Sonata that without any notice, the engine burned. Although the car was still under warranty, they have not reimbursed me for the new engine replacement that cost me $5,095. I put a reimbursement request in in beginning of September. Clearly they have had mechanical issue that occur right after the car hits 60K miles. I will never buy another Hyundai again. They DO NOT stand behind their manufacturing issues or their customers.I can get a new SEL for 17k. That’s 5-6k less than I can get a comparable Camry. With the engine issues I’m seeing, would you buy one? Does seem like Hyundai are standing behind their product.
You are coming here a bit late to make it easy on yourself...not going to a dealer and not increasing your oil change interval. Even with poor maintenance they would most likely have replaced your engine and given you a free loaner.Clearly they have had mechanical issue that occur right after the car hits 60K miles. I will never buy another Hyundai again. They DO NOT stand behind their manufacturing issues or their customers.