Vehicle Reviews

2012 Hyundai Elantra
I bought this car 1 year ago. My expectation was not that high on this car. I just need good on gas and lower payment. Now I am happy with this car on every kilometer and every minute. Great on gas, happy service with openroad hyundai service and per...
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2012 Hyundai Accent
The Accent is surprisingly roomy! Was able to do a Road trip with 4 adults and no complaints. Needless to say the fuel economy is also excellent. As a person who has always driven larger vehicles, I am very comfortable and happy of my "small car...
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2009 Hyundai Accent
My accent is compact and is great for getting around town. It is good on gas, reliable and runs smoothly.
 Hyundai's 2013 Elantra Coupe is the latest new entry to join Honda's stalwart Civic Coupe, the Scion tC, and the more recently added Kia Forte Koup, and it's got what it takes to attract a strong following. I recently enjoyed a week in the new Elantra Coupe, and when I say "enjoyed" I'm not merely replacing a word such as "spent" or "experienced" for creativity's sake, I truly liked every minute in this car. From its swoopy styling to its impressively detailed interior, its forward thinking electronics to its ride and handling, the Ela...
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From its unorthodox approach to styling to its unique three-door liftback design, the rearmost of its double passenger-side doors allowing easy access to the back seats, the Veloster marches to the beat of its own drummer in three-four time with syncopated triplet fills. The only complaint anyone seemed to have was a lack of power in top-line trim, but this problem has been remedied for the 2013 model year with a new Veloster Turbo model. The only engine available last year remains the base engine this year, a 16-valve, dual overhead cam, direct-injection, naturally aspirated 1.6-litre fou...
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Built close to the same levels of performance, ride quality, fit, finish and features as premium crossovers of the time, so much so that it was able to continue on for six years with only a subtle mid-cycle upgrade. I've regularly recommended it to family, friends and readers, and now that the entirely new 2013 model is upon us I'll be recommending the outgoing Santa Fe as a pre-owned purchase too. So, does the 2013 Santa Fe stack up? I spent a week with it recently and I have to tell you that Hyundai is once again up to its old tricks. It immediately looks more upscale than the out...
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For 2013, the Hyundai Santa Fe takes on a dual role in the Korean automaker's burgeoning North American lineup. Several months   ago at the media event marking the introduction of Hyundai's 2012 Azera, we asked Hyundai Motor America CEO John Krafcik what he perceived the next opportunity for Hyundai's lineup here to be. He mentioned he'd like to have a true family-oriented vehicle in the lineup. With the new long wheelbase Santa Fe his desire has been fulfilled. Available in both long and short wheelbase models, the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe brings a third row to Hyundai&#...
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2011 Hyundai Elantra Touring
My 2011 Elantra Touring was purchased as a necessity following an accident with my old combi-wagon. We chose the 2.0L manual transmission - a step up from the base model as we wanted air-conditioning and better safety ratings. What a great car! Th...
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2009 Hyundai Accent
Though it is a 1.6l, this car has plenty of oomph and gives you excellent gas mileage. Now I can drive on for hundreds of kms not worring about the gas.
2011 Hyundai Sonata
Well I need to be honest right off the hop and state I was shopping around for a second Honda Civic when I came across the Hyundai Sonata. I had just finished paying off the Honda and was on the hunt for a second car. Well Honda for some oddball reas...
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