2003 Hyundai Sonata Parts Car / Mechanics Special 106k Miles. Needs Work. $1400! on 2040-cars
Alamogordo, New Mexico, United States
POS Mechanics special: needs work or just use it as a parts car! $1400 cash! See the car before bidding due to condition. text 575-202-four216
2003 Hyundai sonata for parts or repair. 106k miles. rebuilt salvage title.
Needs: battery, rewiring, a/c looked at and ?? Car needs work before it can be driven as a daily driver. according to my son, it has a stall issue, there was a kill-switch installed and I am thinking this might be causing the stall outs.. he did just drive it from El Paso to Alamogordo but it should be towed to your location and worked on. air is not blowing cold, might need Freon or repair. radio is not working (wiring?) located in Alamogordo, NM. Buyer must pick up. My price is $1400 cash. No lowball offers. I might take a trade for a running dodge truck or jeep though, let me know what you have. Please come view the car before you bid to be sure you are happy! Car has a salvage title due to it was in an accident and the door was damaged, but the door was repaired (see photos). sun roof and electric windows all work.
If you are mechanically skilled then this might be the car for you to do a little work and have a great economical little car.
Email me to come see the car :)
Hyundai Sonata for Sale
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2012 Hyundai Accent hatchback - Click above for high-res image gallery
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Eagle-eyed Autoblog reader James spotted a camouflaged compact hatchback sitting in a parking lot in South Korea the other day, and fortunately for us, he had a camera with him. At first glance, this is obviously a new Hyundai based on the upward sweeping crease along the side that is characteristic of Hyundai's new 'fluidic sculpture' design language.
Closer examination indicates that this is almost certainly the five-door hatchback version of the new Verna/Accent that debuted at the Beijing Motor Show in April. The wheels are the same as the ones we saw on the Verna and the side crease extends ahead of the door cut-line which differs from the Elantra that debuted a week later at the Busan show in Korea.
Hyundai and Kia have already gone public with plans to make good on the inflated fuel economy claims scandal that has rocked both companies in recent weeks. But one US senator, Jay Rockefeller (D-WV), is skeptical that the general public will see much good from the proposal, and he's looking for answers.
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Said Rockefeller to The Detroit News, "While I believe this is a positive step, I am concerned that many affected customers may not learn about the program or may find it burdensome to participate in the program." Rockefeller would reportedly like to see a monitoring system for the paybacks more clearly defined, with the goal being as many wronged car buyers as possible getting the recompense that they're due.
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Pictured undergoing testing in Europe, this Hyundai commercial van prototype looks to be about the size of a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter or Ram ProMaster. There's little we can tell from these disguised spy shots at the moment, other than to note that this Hyundai is big and has small wheels, in typical European van style. We can't even tell if this is front-, rear- or all-wheel drive.
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