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    Default Re: Hyundai designs a cool guy car

    I don't care what they put on the market or at what price, I'll never by the brand.

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    I have a Hyundai and I love it. I've had it five years, and had to do little more than basic maintenance.

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    Ok, I have my reasons, just don't tell me your Dad is a Hyundai dealer too.

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    Nope, not now. Lincoln-Mercury.

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    What are the prices on the two different models? The 306HP version looks tempting. Maybe it sells for less than 20 grand, hopefully.

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    I was thinking about buying a Hyundia for my oldest daughter. She is leaving on a mission trip to Brooklyn NY. I thought about having it wrapped up and waiting in the driveway when she gets home. She needs a good gas mileage car for college.
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    The Hyundais of today are very different from the ones that they had when they were first introduced. They are reliable, get good gas mileage, safe, have great warranties and come at a good price. Mine is a 2002 Elantra, and like I said, I haven't had a problem outside normal wear and tear.

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