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My 2013 Tucson had to be towed to the dealer. It took several weeks to get the parts in to fix it but they paid for my rental for the whole time. I had to take it back because it had a noise in it. They went through the complete engine and found nothing wrong. They called in their specialist and were able to solve the problem. They gave me a new Santa Fe to drive and I really liked it. But I love my Tucson and will be keeping it but will be buying a new car in the near future. Their warranty is everything it says it is. Jason kept me informed as the worked a lot of hours to take care of the problem. He is the kind of service manager you want to take care of problems if you have them. I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a nice car for a good price and excellent service.
If ever you want to know what Customer service is all about, visit the Hyundai dealership at 1505 Dundas St., in Whitby. The ultimate professionals were assisting us, Gabe ** the Finance Director and Samira ** the sales associate are part of this amazing team, at this location. My son was purchasing his first vehicle. The ease and process they used in making it happen, was astounding, smooth, and welcoming. I know where me, my wife, and the kids are getting our next car. Thanks so much guys, for making our experience so memorable.
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I am so pleased with the Hyundai Kona. It is a small SUV and I love that it fits in small spaces. The gas mileage is incredible. The same as my Honda Civic. I love putting the Kona in Sport Mode. It has a lot of get up and go!! Every where I go, I am asked about it and told that it is a good looking vehicle. I purchased a 2018 Turbo Feb 2019 and the car only had 4 miles on it. I am almost at 1 year of being a Kona owner and I would not have changed a thing.
I purchased my first brand new Hyundai Excel in 1988 and it is still on the road so I took a shot and purchased a brand new Hyundai Accent. The Hyundai Accent runs smoothly and most of all, is not a gas-guzzler. Because I still have the Excel and other vehicles, I do not drive the Accent during the winter months. What I enjoy most about the Hyundai Accent, is yes, it gets great gas mileage but it drives like a luxury vehicle with lots of speed. Colorado roads are in bad need of repair but the Accent drives over most of the unavoidable potholes with ease. The driver's seat is comfortable as well as both the front and back passenger seats. I highly recommend the Accent because it has not caused me any major problems. I keep up with the general maintenance of oil change and tire rotation. I think the makers of Hyundai are doing a great job!
I love my Hyundai Tucson. The interior is as nice as a luxury car interior (comparing to a Lexus and Subaru of comparable size). It is easy to get into and out of but has more ground clearance than a sedan. It is easy to handle in most driving conditions. It sits on an Elantra chassis so in tight curves or with wind, I recommend slowing down. It is Hyundai's middle sized SUV, the Kona is smaller and the Santa Fe larger and I believe there is a new SUV that is even larger. This is the perfect size for a single person or a couple, it is probably to small for school age kids in the back. The sound system is very good and the limited comes with heated seats and other nice options.
I bought a 2012 Hyundai Tucson on Jan 2018 with only 50k miles on it and in great condition. I have kept up with the regular services. Last week with just over 100k miles (right after the warranty expired) a huge hole blew in my engine while I was driving 70mph down the highway. I had an oil change two weeks prior, so thought maybe they messed something up, but I had the car towed into a shop and they said there was still oil in the engine but there was a huge hole, indicating that it was faulty manufacturing. But since the warranty expired, I am out of luck.
I went online to see if there is anything I can do, only to find out that tons of other 2012 Tucson drivers have experienced the same exact thing happening and that there is a class action lawsuit against Kia and Hyundai, but that this particular year of Tucson was not included. I had the engine recall service at Hyundai back on Oct 2019 and kept up with oil changes. This is clearly a manufacturer issue and they need to take responsibility to fix these models as well. I will be looking into how to get these models included in the lawsuit, or start a new one. I thought these were good cars, but now see that they are not made well and aren't safe at all.
Hyundai Buyer beware – Internal Processes & Systems are Broken with no way to resolve. I have a sizeable credit balance (>$1,000) on my car loan account after paying the loan off over 4 months ago with Hyundai Motor Finance (HMF) even after contacting both HMF and Hyundai Corporate US. Even after contacting and/or attempting to contact HMF over 50 times, I have no confidence this balance owed to me will be refunding any time soon. When calling HMF customer service directly, I either get a message that they are too busy at this time and informed to “please call back again at a later time,” or customer service tells me that this is a payment department issue and the only way to inquire about the issue is through email to their own internal department and to date, they have not received a response.
This has been going on for months even after being told that the response time is typically 3-5 business days and that there is nothing more they can do than to continue to send the payment department additional emails to inquire on the status. I have been told that the credit balance refund should be an automated process to refund any credit balance to me and they do not understand why there is an issue. Then I tried to contact Hyundai Corporate US to see what they could do to help with the situation. I am told that since HMF is separate from Corporate and even though they are a related organization within their corporate structure, there is nothing they can do to help me even after I requested them to contact HMF on my behalf as I was willing to provide them with all my loan information – WOW.
No one will step up to the plate to help with resolution. Times are tough with COVID-19 right now and I could certainly use the money, but one seems to care. Hence – buyer beware as Hyundai internal processes are broken, their customer service team members have little concern in helping to bring resolution to an ongoing issue or to go out of “normal” processes to help you resolve the situation. I find it amazing that HMF customer service cannot pick up the phone to contact another internal department (customer service claims that they do not have a phone number for the payment department) when their standard internal process is not working.
I even contact the original selling dealer finance department manager to see if he could assist in any way, but while they said they would attempt, I have never received a response from them as to whether they had any success – so here I continue to wait for my money. Wish me luck with my ongoing attempts to resolve. Loyal customer Hyundai owner to date (as this was my 7th purchase of a Hyundai vehicle, currently own 3, but this may be my last),
Under dealer Hyundai warranty...had to be replaced. They did not pay.... Still haven't gotten money for repair or car rental....PLEASE STAY away from hyundai cars.... They aren't customer reliable... Don't.
Hyundai in Newman, Ga was the worst experience ever buying a car. I was paying cash. Of course they talked me into the tech pkg and took me $2500 over budget. I was told to just finance that amount. Ok, fine, I said because I knew it would be paid off before the first payment was due. Well they didn’t like that and came back and said they couldn’t finance anything under $5000. Ok, still going to have it paid off quickly. Then they came back and said they wouldn’t finance anything under $7500. I had only taken one check with me. It’s a 4 hour drive. I told the guy that and he said to go get another check. I was walking away when my husband decided he was sick of this to find a bank up there and do it. After all this, it turns out the car I ended up with did NOT even have the tech pkg.
I have never been so disgusted with a dealership ever! I will NEVER purchase another Hyundai again. Just not worth it. I hate having to see my car. They ruined what should have been an easy sale. By the way, the car was paid off within a month and they made a grand total $41. in finance charges. Stay away from Southtowne Hyundai!
I bought a 2020 Tuscan Ultimate on Saturday 5/23/2020 from Crain Hyundai Fayetteville and the salesman could not find the navigation SD card and said come back Tuesday and we will have have it for you. I came back on Tuesday and they had one but it didn't fit. He said, "I will have to order you one and when you bring your car in for the window tint I will have one." Well took it in last Friday and no SD card. Asked about it and was told they would try and find one if they can. At that point am up set and contact Hyundai directly for one. They give me the navigation company number to call and I did. They were willing to sell me another one. I said "no thank you. I want the one I already bought."
I called Hyundai consumer affairs back and talked to a case manager named Vanilla and she stated she called the sales manager and he would take care of it and that was all Hyundai was willing to do. 3 week after I bought my Car still no navigation or Blue link due to navigation not working. I filed a Better business bureau claim and got a call from the customer relations manager from the dealership. Found out the SD cad was never ordered and that he personally would make sure it was done. Bottom line Hyundai didn't care and to me it will be the last one I buy. Hope I will get the cars features working one day as they should.
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