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Old 03 Apr 2004, 01:20 am
Tha Ghee
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Default Re: Which car to buy? Honda Civic Si, Hyundai Elantra GT, Toyota Corolla Sport?

"Joseph Oberlander" <josephoberlander@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> Caroline wrote:
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> > In this little love-fest for Hyundai, it really deserves mentioning that

the
> > Hyundai shop manuals are free online. Have at it, Joe Schmo amateur

mechanic.
> > (Seriously.)
> >
> > Like the 10-year (power train) warranty, this is revolutionary.

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> Honda offers a 7 year/100K mile warranty on all certified used
> cars, so that's actually pretty close. Maybe a few hundred to
> boost it to 10/100K.
>

is that 100k for Honda total vehicle miles??


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Old 03 Apr 2004, 04:45 am
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Tha Ghee wrote:

> "Joseph Oberlander" <josephoberlander@earthlink.net> wrote in message
> news:euv9c.3761$Dv2.1853@newsread2.news.pas.earthl ink.net...
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>>Caroline wrote:
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>>>In this little love-fest for Hyundai, it really deserves mentioning that

>
> the
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>>>Hyundai shop manuals are free online. Have at it, Joe Schmo amateur

>
> mechanic.
>
>>>(Seriously.)
>>>
>>>Like the 10-year (power train) warranty, this is revolutionary.

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>>Honda offers a 7 year/100K mile warranty on all certified used
>>cars, so that's actually pretty close. Maybe a few hundred to
>>boost it to 10/100K.
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> is that 100k for Honda total vehicle miles??


YEs. Still, that's better than anyone else other than
VW for a used warranty. The VW doesn't need it - it's
10/100K to begin with. It also is transferrable, unlike the
Hyundai that cuts to half if sold.

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Old 03 Apr 2004, 10:33 am
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"Joseph Oberlander" <josephoberlander@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> >>>Like the 10-year (power train) warranty, this is revolutionary.
> >>
> >>Honda offers a 7 year/100K mile warranty on all certified used
> >>cars, so that's actually pretty close. Maybe a few hundred to
> >>boost it to 10/100K.
> >>

> > is that 100k for Honda total vehicle miles??

>
> YEs. Still, that's better than anyone else other than
> VW for a used warranty. The VW doesn't need it - it's
> 10/100K to begin with. It also is transferrable, unlike the
> Hyundai that cuts to half if sold.
>

the Jaguar has a great warranty better than new.


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