The Hyundai XG350\XG30

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  1. NICK ADSL UK

    NICK ADSL UK Administrator

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    The Hyundai XG350\XG30

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    Hi All :)
    I am thinking of buying the Hyundai XG30 next week registered 2000. The car is very clean and has only done 25000 miles. The cost £8000 What do you think? Good buy or not?
    It comes from our local registered Hyundai dealer and has a 12 month guarantee

    Elegant & Stylish
    The Hyundai XG350 is a premium sedan that rises above its competitors by offering style, comfort and road manners beyond your expectations. A wealth of standard features and worry-free ownership make the XG350 the smartest choice in its class.
     
  2. dangitall

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    I know a few people with Hyundais who absolutely love 'em but, not knowing the car market in Britain, I can't really help with the 'good buy/bad buy' question. Basically, if you like the vehicle and you can afford it, go ahead and do it.
     
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    Hi Nick, :)

    I agree with dangitall ... Hyundia has rebuilt their reputation since the "pony" days ... A couple of my friends love theirs ... not this model though ... I believe they both have Sonada's -> not sure of the spelling.

    The Hyundai XG350\XG30 looks like a nice car! Very stylist! ;) I also don't have a clue about the value in the UK market ... so can't comment on that.

    dog - *puppy*
     
  5. NICK ADSL UK

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    Many thanks my friends!!! Well i have to go and have another look at it tomorrow and make a decision. I will of coarse let you know the outcome. I can just see myself driving around in this with Paul on his mobile in the back chatting away :D The insurance is a bit grim coming in at group 16 priced at £450 a year fully comprehensive but then having said that it is not to bad on a car priced at £8000
     
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