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what do you think about this car amount all the others hatchback cars ,Nissan Versa ,Honda Fit etc . I have told Hyundai Elentra has good warranty can you give me your opinion. I'm looking for a 17000 car or less and good in gas.
I was thinking of buying a new car- the Hyundai Genesis coupe. I was wondering if the car is worth the money. No options, 4-cylinder. I'm not looking for speed btw. If you know anything about this car please tell.
I was wondering which car company still owns Hyundai stocks. In the past Daimler-Chrysler used to own 10% of the company, but they sold their share a few years ago and prior to that Mitsubishi had a small stake in Hyundai as well.
So I'm thinking of buying a Hyundai Tiburon (2003 GT) and I was just wondering what everyone thought about Hyundai. I've never owned one and just wanted to know if they were nice, dependable cars.
They are cheaper in cost for a reason- poor depreciation rates, poor reliability and yes they do take away American jobs. Text211 has no clue what he/she is talking about- besides a few jobs they.
But put stunt driver Rhys Millen behind the wheel and give him the latest safety systems, and it's certainly feasible. That's what Hyundai has done to demonstrate the latest high-tech safety features on the 2015 Genesis sedan. There was a time when backup cameras, radar detection and other electronic gizmos were the sole. Source: www.motorauthority.com
Last week, Hyundai rounded up a clan of New York City auto journalists, brought us to the New Museum in Manhattan, gave us some breakfast, gave us pens that had flash drives built into them on some super spy stuff, sat us through 72 slides (not an
Driving a car you can't see out of is not recommended. But put stunt driver Rhys Millen behind the wheel and give him the latest safety systems, and it's certainly feasible. That's what Hyundai has done to demonstrate the latest high-tech safety
Monterey Park police officials investigate the scene of a crash between a Ferrari and a Hyundai at Garvey and New avenues in Monterey Park on Saturday, May 3, 2014. The driver of the Ferrari died in the crash, while his passenger was badly injured.
The dynastic tradition lives on in industrial Korea. No organization exemplifies this more so than the Hyundai group, founded by Chung Ju Yung after World War II and now one of the world's largest, most diversified mercantile empires. In this, the first book ever to focus on a single Korean chaebol or business conglomerate, Donald Kirk examines the rise of Hyundai, Chung's economic and political power - and the division of the spoils among his large family. Here is a tale of one man's vision, of a nation's struggle for greatness, of political and personal intrigue - and, not least, of the clash between Confucian and Western cultures that has become a motif of the explosive growth of the Pacific rim economies.