2010 Hyundai Elantra User Reviews
- $9,145 - $11,008
- No trim specified for this review
- Transmission needs replacement every year
Purchased As New
A two year old 2010 Elantra had needed two transmissions, and engine computer, two window regulators, door handles, and now the navagation system had just broke down. Very unreliable vehicle and a big lemon. This is my last Hyundai ever. The dealer does not step up to the plate and admits it is a lemon.
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