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Thread: Hyundai Dealerships - Positive Experiences

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    Originally posted by killramos
    Any dealer that helps push me away from buying a Hyundai is good in my books.

    So are they really that bad of guys for being huge dicks?

    Friends don't let friends roll in a Hyundai.
    Don't be a hater man...lol.

    We bought the Santa Fe XL two years ago and after 50,000 KM and two kids kicking the hell out of it, nothing has gone wrong. I don't expect this thing to run to 400,000 KM but for A) the features it has and B) the price we paid, there was nothing else in the market even close. Second place ended up as the Toyota Highlander. It had fewer features (no memory position seating, no heated steering wheel, no heated rear seats) and was $5000 - $7000 more (can't recall the exact amount).

    For a family hauler this thing has done very well.

    We bought at Hyundai Gallery and they were okay I guess. It was a pretty easy deal though as I had a Car Cost report so it took us about three minutes to negotiate a percentage number over cost and it was done. The service department on the other hand has been less than competent.
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    Bill! Bring your Sante fe to us at Precision. I'll even hook you up with a discounted detail

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    Was that you at Precision Squishy? I was just in with my Elantra.
    I'll be back when my steering gear is in(warranty).

    I could use a good deal on a detail my interior could use a serious shampoo ;-)

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    Squishy do you work at Precision? That would certainly be helpful if my GF decides to buy the Accent, I'd like to send her there knowing there is a Beyonder at the dealership.
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    Yes I work at Precision

    I'm the internal advisor, you were likely dealing with the advisors at the front. I could've been running around up front though big A. I can help you out with a detail for sure!

    msommers, I'd be more than happy to help you out where I can if she decides to buy one
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