Used Hyundai Sedans

    
       

   
   
       

Overview

       

Although brand-new sedans may be decked out with the latest in technology and convenience features, they also come with pricing that can be prohibitive for a lot of car buyers. Shoppers on a budget should think about the alternative: a similarly equipped and dependable used car for a lower cost. If you don't mind not being the original owner of a perfect brand-new vehicle, then buying a preowned sedan is a smart move that leaves more cash in the bank for other expenses. You can pick up a relatively new model at a great price that could potentially last you for ten or more years if it's properly maintained. With transferable coverage for the industry's best warranty, a used Hyundai sedan can be the wisest big-ticket purchase you ever make. Both the Elantra and Sonata have earned spots on the list of best-selling sedans in the U.S. in recent years thanks to their dependability and longevity - two important qualities sought by used-vehicle buyers.

       

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Attractive Pricing

   

We all know that a new vehicle's resale value depreciates after it's driven away from the dealership. That makes used models all the more attractive, since most of the depreciation has already taken effect. You can save thousands if you choose a relatively new model (less than three years old), and you can still snag one with very low miles and many years of reliable driving life left in it.

   
   

Hyundai Certified Pre-Owned Models

   

Hyundai boasts one of the finest certified pre-owned programs (CPO) in the automotive world. Edmunds named it the Best Certified Pre-Owned Program, and Autotrader placed it in the Top Non-Luxury CPO Program category for 2019. CPO vehicles are held to a much higher standard than your typical used car. For a used Hyundai to qualify, it must be less than five model years old, have an odometer reading under 60,000 miles, and pass a comprehensive 173-point screening process. If it passes each of those prerequisites, it'll be reconditioned as needed and then put up for sale as a CPO car.

   

Hyundai CPOs are then assigned additional benefits, such as a 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty, a 10-year/100,000-mile CPO powertrain limited warranty, and - should a covered repair be needed - rental car reimbursement (up to $35 per day) for up to ten days. There's also travel reimbursement of up to $100 per day and $500 per occurrence when a mechanical breakdown occurs 150 miles or more from home. Other benefits include a free Carfax vehicle history report, 24/7 roadside assistance, and a three-month SiriusXM trial subscription.


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