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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 03/20/09 3:53 pm PST

    It really depends on the car's prior service history to a large extent. The Hyundai Santa Fe rates "ok"---nothing spectacular but nothing awful either.

    Most modern engines should have a predicted life of around 175,000 miles. But if the car was neglected, or worked on by monkeys, that could be a whole different story.

    In any event, I wouldn't pay too much for a used Hyundai. I would think that for a nice clean one with 110K on it, $3,000 to $4000 would be plenty.


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  • MrShift@Edmunds 03/20/09 3:53 pm PST

    It really depends on the car's prior service history to a large extent. The Hyundai Santa Fe rates "ok"---nothing spectacular but nothing awful either.

    Most modern engines should have a predicted life of around 175,000 miles. But if the car was neglected, or worked on by monkeys, that could be a whole different story.

    In any event, I wouldn't pay too much for a used Hyundai. I would think that for a nice clean one with 110K on it, $3,000 to $4000 would be plenty.


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