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Old 09-23-2010, 04:48 AM
 
Location: South Jersey
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Originally Posted by iTsLiKeAnEgG View Post
It takes time for perception to catch up to reality. Hyundai has been making great cars since about 2002 but the ignorant still think it's a crap car. Domestic manufacturers really did make garbage for a long time but over the past four or five years they have drastically turned things around and I can now recommend some domestic vehicles to others. It will take time for public perception to catch on.

she bought a Honda and believes domestics are not built well after hers went 200k in hard driving, What does that have to do with Hyundai?
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Old 09-25-2010, 02:11 PM
 
Location: The Pizzle, FLorida and Poconos in Pa
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Congrats on your new car. It looks really nice. I too like your garage. It doesn't get much better than having a new car with all the modern technology, at least when you're young. I'm not sure if you are. You strike me as someone who likes to change up every so often anyway. But I don't think 150k and 6 years would have me coming back for more.

I've had the same camry for 10 years and 170k and it still runs like new. Had to replace a turn signal bulb though. I expect to get 10 more years out of the car. I'm 51, have had my share of new cars and it no longer does anything for me, except lower my bank account.
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