Used Hyundai for Sale in Philadelphia, PA
Hyundai cars have been around for a while now. Actually, 35 years or so. Initially, it was not much for a car - kind of a poor quality low price “one-time use,” “disposable” vehicle. But over time, the Hyundai Motor Company, originally from South Korea, was constantly improving the engineering approaches, technology, quality, and design of Hyundai cars. Up to the way Hyundai has become a direct competitor of Toyota and Honda. Now Hyundai are very reliable, technologically advanced and nice-looking cars. Hyundai Motors Company is the fourth world’s largest car manufacturer.
When you have decided to get yourself a used Hyundai car, make a shortlist of used car dealerships near you. There are certainly some pitfalls, and some questions need to be answered. So you’ve got to find a real Hyundai used car specialist in the neighborhood.
If you live in Philadelphia, PA, look no further than Rolls Auto Sales on Frankford Ave. Here’s why:
- One of the most trusted certified used Hyundai dealers in the area
- Seasoned used Hyundai specialists with 18 years in business
- Best showroom and large used Hyundai inventory available for sale
- Best customers reviews and ratings
- Bad credit history or no credit at all - no problem
- We stand behind your choice with free CarFax, extended warranty, and Free 1-year State inspection.
The option of buying a used Hyundai always looks very attractive, especially when you’re a prudent and thrifty buyer. Right after a freshly sold Hundyai leaves the dealership gate, it costs up to 20% cheaper. But has it become that way less reliable, less technologically advanced, or of a poorer design? These cars have proven their quality and reliability, so the price of used cars is keeping up at a pretty solid level, even for 6-10-year-old cars.
Hyundai Motor Company did a pretty good job improving the quality of Hyundai vehicles in recent years. But still, there are some breed-specific problems you want to go over and check with your mechanic before buying a used Hyundai car.
- Older Hyundai vehicles (2001-2010)
- engine blowing head gasket issue
- check timing belt as it may wreck your engine if not properly changed
- possible water pump and cooling system failures
- check transmission sensors
- Newer Hyundai vehicles (2010-2019)
- check for crankshaft bearing and crankshaft sensor issue
- possible turbocharger boost control outage
- backup camera (if your car has one)
- knock sensor
- check the front hub bearing assembly.
- 2012-2017 Hyundai Accent. Very affordable and very reliable. But be careful driving as this car’s safety record isn’t that good.
- 2007-2010 Hyundai Elantra. Again very affordable and still going strong even with 150k mileage on it. Most of the previous generation issues were solved.
- 2011-2015 Hyundai Elantra. A little bit more expensive, but this is a modern, reliable, technologically advanced vehicle for as low as $7000-$9000.
- 2008-2012 Hyundai Santa Fe. This SUV is not as fancy as Lexus or Acura. But it’s steady, reliable, and runs well even with 150-200k miles on it, for a fraction of what some more expensive SUV brands will cost you.
- 2013-2018 Hyundai Santa Fe. Quality definitely went up. More advanced engine, more technology, and electronics to it. So the price tag is a little higher but still $14000-$16000 cheaper than Acura and $18000-$20000 cheaper than Lexus.
- 2009-2014 Hyundai Genesis. 2010-2012 Hyundai Equus. Good try to compete with Mercedes cars. Now you may get this amazing luxury car for under $10000-$15000. Equipped with 3.8 v6 or 4.6 v8, it will give you a truly velvet ride.