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Hyundai miscommunication/bad business

On Sunday the 22nd of February at 7:45 Eastern Standard time I received a phone call from legal services saying that my car needs to be picked up, and by the state of Massachusetts I had to surrender my vehicle. I am delinquent in a payment, so i figured if i coperate and let them take my vehicle, we would be able to work things out, today is Thursday the 26th of February and my car is still in a tow company parking lot, while these people take their sweet time on telling me whether or not I'm aproved for a reinstatement. The representatives are by far rude, and no assistance. I can't even explain myself without one of them saying "mam, your going to have to wait." These people have no record of that man calling me on Sunday, they dont know what happened. So, to them i basically willingly gave up my car. Hyundai was one of the only dealerships that was willing on assisting me with a car, but now I feel like maybe this was the wrong dealership to do business with.

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Hyundai do not lease

Although I love my car from Hyundai, the leasing experience has been HORRENDOUS. I have had to move out of state twice, and trying to get my car registered has been an awful ordeal each time. The fax number they give you for title changes does not work. I tried it when I moved to NY and now WA. Customer service has improved some, but they are ineffectual as I can't speak to anyone in the Titles dept to let them know the fax # does not work. Each time I've had to fedex my title request to ensure it even arrives and goes to the right place. It takes a minimum of 2 weeks and they don't tell me how they will send the title copy so I have to call the local DMV and ask if they recieved a fax or mail. It should not be this hard to get a silly copy of my title. It's RIDICULOUS. Leasing has been the worst experience with this company. I wish I could just drop the car off and walk away, even though I really enjoy the car.
NEVER LEASE A CAR FROM HYUNDAI!

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Hyundai oil leaks

I purchased A BRAND NEW Hyundai from Amanzimtoti branch, Kwa Zulu Natal.I noticed oil leaks on my driveway. I thought it was from another vehicle and never bothered about it until a friend who is a panelbeater indicated that this vehicle was previously involved in an accident as the colour on front bumper differs from the overall colour of car. As I had never taken the vehicle to any panelbeater I suspect that the vehicle was damaged by Hyundai and sold as new. I reported this defect to Amanzimtoti branch but to no avail. the Hyundai has approximately 30 000kms on clock. I would like to know from Hyundai head office who can assist me further as no positive feedback from Amanzimtoti branch is forthcoming?

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Hyundai Lease end

Hyundai: If I can save you the trouble from leasing from Hyundai, then please listen carefully. I have always leased my cars. Ford, Volvo, Saab, etc. I've NEVER had an issue with a leasing company..process has been flawless. Hyundai Financial has been an absolute nightmare. At lease end, Hyundai send out a 3rd party to look over your car. There is no wear and tear allowed for a 3-yr lease. The 3rd party company spends 1 1/2 hrs going over your car with a magnifying glass (true!) and then hands you a bill for $3, 000. If there is a pen mark on your seats, then you have to replace the entire fabric on all the seats. They then tell you that this is just a guide for you to get things fixed and this will never go to Hyndai. That's a lie. We took the car to have the ridiculous list addressed, spent hundreds of dollars getting tiny scratches out, the pen mark on the fabric (there were no dents, tires were brand new, etc) and faxed over the complete report to Hyundai. The car was in such perfect condition that when we turned it in, the dealership leasing manager called the sales manager and said they needed to buy this car. A month later we get the $3, 000 bill from Hyundai. They DO NOT send someone out to look over the car after the work is done. They go completely off the original work their 3rd party sends them. We submitted our receipts 3 times and they told us they didn't like the wording on our invoices and suggested we wrote it ourselves! I said "feel free to call the company that we paid hundreds of dollars to who worked on our car 3 days"...the detail shop called us, said Hyundai was extremely rude and that was the end of that. Three months later on Christmas Eve morning we get a call from a collection agency that says we owe $3, 000. We now have to hire an attorney. STAY FAR AWAY FROM HYUNDAI!

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Hyundai misapplied payment

On October 22, 2014 I sent in a payment of 912.21. My normal payment is 586.13. I mailed in the payment since hyundai's website is hit and miss working. They recieved and posted my payment on October 28th. They missapplied my payment for a payment to principle. Collection calls occur between 3 and 6 times a day not only onmy phone but my moms as well. We have called weekly to resolve the issue. 4 times we have been told by hyundai that this is a computer issue with promises to resolve. 4 seperate tickets have been put in their system to correct my payment with no results. The harassing phone calls are not stopping, they cant seem to get it right and they continue to charge me late fees.

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Wife and I checked out new 2015 Sonata's we owned a 2013 Sonata with 6700 miles and was told we could trade and upgrade with out a problem The work up sheet that my wife and I saw the manager was giving us 27, 000 for our trade. When we went to the finance guy the contract had 21, 000 for my trade of course I [censor]ed but he said we already signed our old...

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Hyundai general manager won't honor his agreement

THis is what I posted on BBB.com:

In March 2014, I went to Arapahoe Hyundai to buy a car. I went to this dealership because my ex and I had purchased a vehicle there and had had 2 vehicles serviced there. I figured that I could trust them with this major purchase. I let the salesperson know that I had never bought a car on my own, and explained I needed a car with an $x/mth payment. He showed me cars all day long. Just as I was about to leave for the day, the salesperson pulled out the perfect car. A 2007 Sonata with very low miles. I asked for the CarFax, he looked at it, nodded, and changed the subject. I had asked for the CarFax for every vehicle before this one and trusted that when he looked at them and didn't hand them over to me to review, that he had previewed the information on my behalf. The sign on the dealer's door said to ask for the CarFax. It didn't say "ask for the CarFax and read it because we won't always be honest about the contents of the report" I know, I am too trusting. Lesson learned.

I drove the car, liked it and said I would buy it. Approx 30 days later the air bag light came on. I took it in to be serviced and they said the connections were loose under the seat from when they detailed the car for me. I said that was odd, because it had not been detailed or washed for me. It worked fine for a while but then it came on again. I was then dating a Sr. USAA vehicle appraiser who said to ask for the code this time. I was advised that it was a seat belt mechanism failure. My friend told me that more than likely indicated that the car had been in a wreck. He asked me to make an appt with the sales manager. We met with Darrick Edwards who said that the CarFax showed the car had been in an accident, but that the reports don't show the extent of the damage. I indicated that had I known it had been wrecked at all, I would not have bought it, and that I felt that as a single, divorced, woman, I had been taken advantage of and I wanted to return the car. He said he would look for other cars on the lot to swap it with. Long story short, there were no other cars and no solution was being put forth. I requested to meet with the General Manager.I was offered $2K less than what I paid for my car which I thought was too much to pay since I would not have bought it had I known it had been in a wreck. After multiple attempts at failed negotiations, I drafted a letter to David Zinsmeister Jr, and delivered it personally to him. He read it right then and after much back and forth asked to see the car. Much research was done using USAA's systems and it was clear the car had almost been "totaled" but was repaired in the end. David wanted to see where the repairs that had been done, were done incorrectly, per my appraiser friend. I showed him the areas that didn't meet up properly and he said that he would agree to pay me $1K less than what I paid for the car. I shook on it and agreed not to post negative reviews online. David worked on the paperwork and I signed a credit card slip for over $2K so he could get the title from the bank. I expected the other $1K to show up as a credit or as a refund. It didn't. I asked for a refund and was insulted saying that I signed the credit card receipt so I knew I was paying $2K. My letter to him states that I was not agreeing to $2K, so I can only infer that he knew he was charging me $1K too many. Not getting anywhere and after being hung up on by David Z., I contacted Hyundai USA who didn't help at all other than tell me they were sure the dealer would make this 100% right. Since he refused to, I posted reviews online with my story. I received a reply from one review site from David asking me to call him. I told him that I would be happy to send him my address for the refund, but was unwilling to negotiate and be hung up on again. Since then, I have moved out of state and have been looking for employment. I am now taking some time to get this story submitted to BBB.

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David Zinsmeister Jr agreed to take my car back for $1K less than what I paid for my car. He charged me $2K. I want $1K back to right that wrong. At this point, since this dealer has caused me so much anxiety and wasted time over this car sale, I request an additional $4K to settle this case. I therefore request a total of $5K. Lying and taking advantage of any customer is flat out wrong. Lying and taking advantage of long-time customer who in addition, is a single mother who just got divorced is plain immoral. This dealership needs to push the reset button on their sales practices and on customer service.

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Hyundai no oil put in after 15000km service

I took my new 2014 Hyundai Accent for its 15000km 1st service. I bought my car at Hyundai Wonderboom where I got excellent service. But as I work in Hatfield I thought it best to take it there for a service. The staff were excellent and I was really happy with the service and my car but as a lady driver and also knowing it just had a service I did not check for oil the last 2 months. One morning when I started my car my husband was standing next to the car and told me to shut it down now. I was not sure of his reason but did as he asked. He asked me to open the bonnet and said my engine is running hard and it should not because of the recent service. But when he checked he realized there was no oil in my car. So just a warning, don't just assume and check.

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Hyundai reoccurring problem not ever solved or fixed

25th October 2014

Dear Sir,

Please, find attached, of what I had to endure, with Hyundai Boksburg, in South Africa.

My car is at present, with a Hyundai dealer, in Boksburg, for the seventh time already! to solve the ongoing problem with my car.

I find it unfair, and unethical, from Hyundai Boksburg, South Africa, that I have had to endure emotional frustration, inconvenience for a reoccurring problem, that they have never been able to diagnose professionally.
From the time of purchase of this car – I was told by Shane Jeacock (sales man) that within the first 1000 km if there is anything that I am not happy with and that is wrong with the vehicle to bring the Hyundai ix35 in and they will sort it out. There were a few things wrong with the vehicle; please see as follows:-
The car kept pulling to the left – so they took it for wheel alignment several times
There were small black coverings missing within the door panels - DONE
There was a sticky noise above the automatic gears - reoccurring
The number plate was loose - DONE
Cannot remember if these were all the issues.
I left the vehicle in Gavin’s care as Shane was not present. The next day I collected my car in the afternoon assured that all is well. Well it was not, we have taken this vehicle back and forth to Hyundai Boksburg WITH THE SAME PROBLEM OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN! SIX times already! Hyundai Boksburg (Gavin) even put two front tyres on for us because of the continuous problem with the steering. And this did not even help.
Hyundai Boksburg cannot fix the steering as the car still pulls to the left. Hyundai Boksburg has taken the car to wheel alignment over again and to different places too;
A computer report I was told was sent to Korea technical head office and they reported that they have never had a problem like this on the vehicle model (well, there is a first time for everything)! I asked for a copy of this report through the customer relationships department and was told all reports will be given to me or emailed – WELL … NOTHING!
Also, with the sixth time that the car was in – I spoke with Anthea (the customer relationship manager) to let her know we were bringing the car in to hopefully once and for all solve the steering pulling to the left and that once that it is fixed they can do the 45 000km service too. After the third time with this car and Hyundai Boksburg, I have been dealing with Anthea and prefer too.
Now in October month, Boksburg Hyundai had the car for more than two days and when I requested them to deliver the car (because of all the inconvenience caused to myself and family without transport I could not fetch the car) I checked the service book before test driving the car again and GUESS WHAT – Boksburg Hyundai did not even stamp the service book!
When I test drove the car with my mom the car still pulled to the left – BY THIS TIME I HAVE HAD IT I cannot deal with this stress and frustration that Hyundai Boksburg have put upon me, I feel as if they have been lying to me with regards to the sale of the car from the beginning and with the progress or what the actual problem with the car is. They can have their problem car and deal with it as I do not want to deal with this anymore. I have my human rights too.
I will not deal with incompetent people at Boksburg Hyundai .
I have been in tears due to frustration and it has taken an emotional toll on me and I refuse to continue with this. It is absolutely ridiculous. I AM SICK AND TIRED OF THIS and will no longer put up with this. I request confirmation from Hyundai Boksburg that the deal has been cancelled with Wesbank as when I phoned them they told me that Hyundai Boksburg needs to cancel with Wesbank and refund them the monies.
When my husband took the car in on Wednesday morning, 22d October 2014 as I could not deal with this ongoing matter any longer he was told that the Craig does not work any longer at Hyundai Boksburg, and that Paul is now the new principal dealer.
Anyhow, Paul is convinced that they can solve the problem but I have no interest in dealing with Hyundai Boksburg at all. I don’t want the car anymore it has caused me frustration, emotional trauma in dealing with Hyundai Boksburg and the ongoing problem with the car that in the six times we took it back within a period of 3 months they have NEVER fixed the problem.
Paul told my husband that he would call either myself the next day (Thursday) or he would call my husband once he pulled out the file history on the car. Well, surprise –surprise we received NO phone call from Paul at Hyundai Boksburg.
So I decided to phone him this morning (Saturday, 25th October 2014) and he told me that they won’t cancel the deal because they can solve the problem. I got so angry and upset with him and told him that they should have solved the problem the first time I took the car back!
Why now after all this upset and now that I want to cancel the deal – I will approach my lawyer with this regard and will not leave this matter. Why must I drive a car that makes me miserably unhappy and have to deal with people at Hyundai Boksburg who obviously makes a customer feel that they not valued and have never sent me any reports as promised – which, in turn makes me feel that they are hiding something.

Surely, a motor dealer is not allowed to treat their customers like this? It is not fair and not just at all.
I do not want this vehicle as it has caused me endless grief and it is seriously causing me stress and emotional upset that I cannot handle at this point.

Please help me in having this matter resolved as soon as possible.

Thank you
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Mrs EJ Leo
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Hyundai Water leakage at 36000 km unbelievable

My Hyundai ix35 which is over 36000km and went for service in the past two months gave me a signal on the 17 October 2014 that it was overheating and I immediately pulled over at a garage next to Hyundai and was advised to leave it there as it will be towed to the nearest service centre on the 20 October 2014. First they said it was the Thermostat which they replaced but then they said the car had a water leakage and they could not detect where its coming from. Then we had to wait for their head office cause in all the years that they have worked there they have never come across such. Then later we had to give them permission to open the engine to establish the cause and whether or not the warranty will cover. Their Head OFFICE WAS EVEN WORSE I mean really. They apparently do not have a courtesy car policy. All I know is their service is rotten and they do not know their own cars. Their warranty changes whenever there is a mechanical fault in their own side. To think that I have been referring people to buy Hyundai. I thought I will always be a Hyundai driver but after all this. I am done.

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Hyundai unroadworth vehicle

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I Purchased a 2011 Hyundai H1 on 28/08/2014 from a Hyundai dealer In Lephalale South Africa. I have had endless drama with the dealer in connection with this H1. I have had this Vehicle for nearly 2 months and still the Vehicle has not passed a Road Worthy Test due to the Tyres not being up to standard. The dealer is now refusing to replace the tyres on the vehicle as I have used the vehicle. The issue with the tyres is not the thread but that the tyres are cracked and that the rubber is peeling off. I have gotten no response from Hyundai South Africa in connection with my complaints to them.

Your comments and help will be much appreciated.

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Hyundai unroadworthy vehicle

I purchased a 2011 Hyundai H1 on 28/08/2014 from Hyundai Lephalale. Till today this vehicle has not been registered as it has not passed the roadworthy test due to the tyres that are cracked and the rubber peeling off, not the thread of the tyres. According to the Manager (Pierre) he will not replace the Tyres seeing that I have driven the Vehicle for the past month and a half. According to my contract I have paid for a Roadworthy vehicle not a "voetstoots" vehicle.

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As an existing customer for 25 years. On August 20, 2014 I traded in my 2008 Vera Cruz in mint condition and bought a used (certified vehicle) 2010 Santa Fe to save on gas mileage. This was my first time buying from them. I picked it up after work about 6:00pm but was unable to totally check out the vehicle because it was evening. I told the sales person...

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Hyundai appalling service

On Wednesday, 17 September 2014. I called a few Hyundai dealerships to try and get the best deal for the i10 grand currently running on special. while cost comparing I received a call from the Hyundai manager(Bradley) in Pinetown accusing me of being unethical and saying I don't have the right to mention his quote because his manager has shouted at him. I told him that this is my right and that I do not appreciate his tone of voice. He did not apologise but instead he continued to say I do not understand the industry I must stay away from making his quotes fly around. I told him I won't buy the car from him anymore since he is being rude, he went on to say it's fine i can go anywhere else. I felt shaken from this accusation and defermed in character by being labeled unethical for practising my consumer rights. I reported this incident to the regional head office, I was told the regional manager is on leave until Friday. Today 19 September i have tried several times to call the manager with no success i was just told he is busy he will call me in an hour (at 11:30 am). It is now 2 pm I still have not received response, I also called the customer care center and spoke to lady called Vuyo. When I relayed my story Vuyo did not even say I'm sorry on behalf of our staff. All she said was I must find another dealer since I had trouble with this one.

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Hyundai unprofessional, rude and ignorant

Jennifer Grech is by far the worst person to deal with at this dealership. She refuses to respond to emails or phone calls in a timely manner and ignored me for an entire week because she deemed me not important enough to devote her time to. She refused to refund me my entire refundable deposit because she licenced the car I was going to buy in my name BEFORE receiving confirmation of financing. Then when I went to pick up the remainder of my deposit, the car I was going to purchase was out for sale on their lot...while still licenced in my name with my deposit in their hands! If you are looking for a reputable business manager to find financing for you, steer clear of Newmarket Hyundai, or at least from Jennifer Grech.

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Hyundai warranty and towing

2012 November i bought hyundainix35. imwas told that the car is under warranty.in August i parked the car in Pimville in a yard. after starting and drove towards the gate i realised a smoke coming out of the bonnet. i called Hyundai the Glen to tow it.i was told that the clash got burnt and it cost R37000. i was told to pay R1500 for towing and gear oil. my question why shoul i pay when the car i under warranty. i am not happy. and i am prepared to take this matter to consumer complains an ti all kinds of media.
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Hyundai excessive scrutinization

This is our 3rd Hyundai - but at this time, I do not need another car. So at lease end they are charging me $300.00 for scratches that are barely noticeable. I am 4389 miles UNDER the 36k - which value is $658.35. Hyundai not only will not negotiate for the under-mileage, but charged me an additional $400.00 for disposition fee. Loyalty waiver only counts if you purchase another Hyundai - even though I currently own another Hyundai.
Needless to say - I will not by driving another Hyundai - too many other car manufacturers to return to a company thtat doesn't honor loyal customers

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1.- When you lease a car, you are given a LIMIT to the miles you can drive... The contract does NOT say you get money back for unused miles.
2.- In the contract, you are also told about the fee when you turn in the car unless you buy or lease another car. That is the loyalty waiver that you are referring to. When you bought the OTHER Hyundai, you negotiated the price at that time. It has NOTHING to due with this car.

3.- As far as the scratches, I always get the car buffed out before turning it in... It cost about $100 but it is better than them charging you.

4.- It is NOT Hyundai that decides these things... It is the dealer and/or the financing company.

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Hyundai bad after sale service

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I would like to begin by saying that I am very disappointed and discussed about the after sales service delivery I received at Hyundai Centurion . I am also a service provider and I myself do understand that one cannot always make everyone happy and mistakes will occur. For this reason I was very lenient at first and on a continuous basis I was patient and more than understanding. But after the way I was treated with little respect and arrogance I am now sick and tired of being the nice guy with Hyundai. And at Hyundai Centurion the nice guys comes second.

I have received from Hyundai Centurion these past 5 and a half months a below average service and my needs were not considered as important. They made me feel like I am stupid and do not understand or know anything about cars. It all started on the 28th of February 2014 when I bought a second hand car from Hyundai centurion. I took the car for a test drive, everything was perfect and intact. Before they delivered the car to me they took the car in for a service as the brakes were finished and needed to be replaced, as well as a full service as the clock was just below 60000km which was done by them.

I received the car back with breaks that was binding, which means that I couldn't drive faster than 80km/h on the highway and consuming litres of fuel. I took the car back and received the car after 3 days claiming that they have fixed the problem which was not the case. To top it all I asked Hyundai to borrow me a courtesy car for my wife to get to hospital. They left my wife with a car with little to no petrol. As the brakes was not fixed i took it back so that they can fix the brakes as my initial request. Only after 3 and a half weeks later I started losing my faith in the car

. Getting the car back dirty and full of oil stains inside. I decided not to complain. As I was glad To finally got the car back and in a rush not to miss an important meeting. I was not informed about Hyundai Policy and that we can return the car for a similar vehicle although I have asked if we can replace the car with another . They didn't have a car on the floor and didn't even tried to assist me. I was instructed by Hyundai to go to the ombudsman. Which I decided was a waste of time.
About three months later I've notice that the brakes failed when I tried to brake. At first I thought it was my imagination and paranoia. but then it happen again and when my mother in law borrowed the car for one day and also had a narrow escape from an accident when the brakes did not want to work. I explained to Hyundai that there is breaks but every 2nd or 3rd day there would be an incident that no breaks was available. Saying this I also discovered that the handbrake doesn't work as well. The reply from Hyundai was this cannot be true and is impossible.

They didn't believed me so I said that there is no way I'm going to drive the car Feeling totally unsafe in my vehicle, and that they can drive it until they experience the problem.( The fact is that if I make the accident. I will be at fault. My life is at stake and other innocent people could fall victims to a serious accident me driving without brakes every now and then. )

Hyundai couldn't give me a courtesy car because "there is no cars available" . The problem with this is that Hyundai didn't even tried to make a plan or solution. There was a lot of pre owned cars on the floor, but yet they couldn't give me a courtesy car.

I drove my wife to her work and back everyday for 3 weeks. (Meaning double trips and me having to sacrifice a lot of production time and putting my income at risk, as well as spending almost twice as much on fuel as normally).

To be honest I was in contact with the repair contractors for Hyundai. They were waiting for parts to arrive, which is fine with me as I knew it was on a back log. I was getting tired of driving my wife up and down to and from work but the fact that Hyundai did not follow up with me as the client and not having a car or offered a car to us("because they don't have stock ") was the tipping point. They never phoned me or tried to follow up.

I then decided to go back to Hyundai and cancel the transaction. I asked Hyundai how we will go a about it. I didn't want to fight or argue or make a big fuss about it . I just wanted to call it off. I didn't want to gamble with my life and needed to make sure about the safety of my family.

They suggested that we look at other options on the floor and would settle the car outstanding amount.
Yet again I said its fine we can look at options and are willing to consider to give Hyundai another chance.

We agreed to look at options. We discussed residual value but I insisted to give options without residual payments (My current monthly payment including banking service fees is R1475 with 11.1% interest rate of a settlement amount of about R62000.)
I said that I am willing to increase the monthly payment to about R1900 for other options.

Hyundai said that they have a option. (not Options as we discussed). According to them it was the best and only option. They applied for financing of the new option. I decided to go to Hyundai to look at the option as my finance was approved for a car I haven't test dived but they assumed I will take the option (With the agreement in the back of my mind)

When I spoke to the financial department they told me the monthly payment will be +/- R2300 with a interest rates of 12.1% as well as a residual of 30% and the new car costing me +/- R 120 000 .

Not exactly my kind of "options available" exactly like the previous statement "there's no cars available" but the floor is filled with other options

When I asked for cheaper options they replied that the company will make a loss due to the settlement of the current car.

My action was to not take the deal. The reason for my decision was the following.
1) initial R 60 000 more in debt ( not even interest calculated)
2) monthly instalment R 400 above the risk I am willing to take (not even calculated the additional insurance costs)
3) if I fail to make the payment. The bank takes the car. As if Hyundai cares This all the risk is in my hands and the company does not lose anything. (nice. Where did Hyundai assist me in this process?)

(this is just estimates)
New car price: R 120 000
Repayment term: 72 Months
Interest rate: 12%
Monthly repayment: R2250

Now if you’re handy with a calculator you’ll quickly go 72 X 2250 = R162 000 and start scratching your head. Residual R36 000.

Let’s assume the latter. If this amount is refinanced for another 3 years, I would end up paying R1750 for another 36 months. Meaning the total he would have paid for this car would be:

R162 000 (72 months worth of payments)
+R63 000 (36 months of payments for the balloon amount)
+ R 8 850 (6months of payment on current car)

Total: R233 850

Current situation.

Payment on car: R1475 (how that’s almost the same as the new one takes some imagination!)
Interest rate at 11.1%
Payment terms remaining: 54 Months (before paid off)

Total outstanding = R 79 650

After considering this option and only option given to me I finally got the courage to call it the day and asked that Hyundai take back their car.

Hyundai answered with the following. The only way they will take back the car is if they are forced to do so.

In the mean time Hyundai reluctantly gave me a courtesy car. As usual they said they will follow up on my car (that is now in for 4 weeks on Tuesday the 12th of August) and give me an update on Monday 11th of August. It's Friday and no communication as usual.

I regret that it had to come thus far.
After 6 payments supposed to have the car since 28 Feb2014. and driving it for less than 4 months... The additional cost and losses we incurred is not worth the loss of my life.

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Hyundai hyundai does not take responsibility for factory faults

I have recently gone through to Hyundai Umhlanga to request an inspection on my Hyundai i20 due to a knocking sound coming from the rear. Before inspection I was advised by the service consultant that there were a few Hyundai i20's that came in for change of fuel tank because of the same problem. Upon inspection I was advised that my fuel tank needs to be replaced. If a consistent number of cars comes in for the same problem throughout the country, this makes it a factory fault and should therefore be replace without any cost to me.
Unfortunately when I purchased the vehicle I was not advised that warranty will fall away if the vehicle is not serviced at Hyundai. Even though I explained the above fact that it is a factory fault and I did not know how the warranty works I was advised Hyundai will not cover any cost of replacing a fuel tank.
I think this is totally unacceptable as a factory fault should be covered by the manufacturer irrespective if there is a warranty or not as the services done on the vehicle did not have any bearing on the fuel tank. Hyundai should take ACCOUNTABILITY based on the fact that as this is FACTORY FAULT, customer service should be honoured.! HIGHLY NOT IMPRESSED, AT FIRST OMMISION REGARDING WARANTY RULES, AND NOW RUN AROUND FOR A FACTORY FAULT!

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Hyundai gearbox

On the 31st of august 2014 my vehicle hyundai i 10, reg no by28xf gp, km 52 000km broke down, there was a whole in the gearbox, something came loose from the inside. I was told by hyundi kempton park that they will repair the gearbox and they are waiting for a "bel housing", they told me i have to wait 2 weeks for this spare part. This morning, 11th of august 2014, they phoned me and told me they did put in the gearbox and its still leaking oil, that means its a second hand housing. Now they sent it back! So now i am waiting again! Question - why did they put in second hand spares in a vehicle that still under warrantee?
Are they not suppose to replace the gearbox, not with spares?
My business is loosing lots of monies per day and they were not prepared to help me with a vehicle that my business can keep on working? Is that good service? Hope you can assist us with some help! Thank you

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Sep 19, 2009 10:52 am EDT

i have purchased an hyundai i10 on dt18/10/2008 from pioneer mrg auto ltd ludhiana punjab{M}[protected] mr sharma is executive over ther his told me last 3 months i gave ur exchange bonus now his not give me any reson gor late my bonus now his also not response of my phone and till dt i am waitting for the exchange offer cheuque my custmer id is c2008100356

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Aug 06, 2009 3:46 am EDT

i have purchased an hyundai i10 on dt18/10/2008 from pioneer mrg auto ltd ludhiana punjab and till dt i am waitting for the exchange offer cheuque my custmer id is c2008100356

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Oct 05, 2013 4:47 am EDT

maine dec 2010 me hyundai i10 liya tha or us din se le kr aaj tak mere car ka mileage city me 7-8 or highway pe 10-11 ka de rha hai or jab bhi hamne service centr me complaint kiya to wo log bolte h ki yehi mileage dega or car sale karne k time 20-23 ka mileage btate hai.

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