2000 Hyundai Accent Needs Work. New Tires!! Good Gas Mileage!! Sold As-is. on 2040-cars
Hodges, Alabama, United States
The car I'm selling has the following known defects:
It has mechanical problems that I have no idea whats wrong with it because I don't know anything about cars. Most problems were already present when I purchased this car 3 years ago. These include:
-thermostat gauge doesn't work
-does not go in reverse
-shifts hard at 20 mph and 40 mph, then rides smooth- so maybe transmission- I am not sure
-air conditioner works sometimes, but most of the time not
It has some cosmetic defects, most of which are shown in photos:
- bumper has lost one of the screws or something so it hangs loose in one spot
-small crack in passenger dash
-clock doesn't work
-drivers door was backed into, is dented, it still opens and closes
-clear coat coming off and hood a different color due to this
-interior is stained
The good is that it DOES RUN, CD PLAYER, NEW SET OF TIRES, GREAT ON GAS, ALL WINDOWS INTACT, ROOMY TRUNK!!!!
There may be more problems that I am not aware of, but Ive listed all that I am currently aware of. As I said before, I don't know much of anything about vehicles. I'm only listing this because my job requires me to travel really far quite often and i need money to buy a more reliable car. This car is definitely a fixer-upper- just trying to make a little money to go towards the newer car that I hope to buy.
The BUY IT NOW price is $1000, but I am willing to take less in light of its problems. If you are interested, please make a serious offer and I will consider it. I will take the best offer I receive.
Thank you for looking. If you have any questions, please feel free to email my brother at firstname.lastname@example.org. Serious inquiries only please.
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The ad places a particular focus on styling, and what great design really is. There's also a glimpse at the super-cool gesture control that's baked into the Sonata's infotainment screen. We'll admit, we're pretty geeked to give this feature a full test once we finally drive the all-new sedan.
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