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Letty

Oldie but goodie!

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I have had a lot of good years out of my Accent. It's sad that the model has been discontinued but all good things come to an end I suppose. Most people can hardly believe that I have had it since 1999. I just don't believe in replacing something that is working well enough. Are you the same?

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Wow, you must be on top of taking care of it and be aware of how to drive for the life of your car! I have had cars for a long time but never that long! What is your secret?

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Hi Letty. Have you had your Accent since it was new? I think that's the best way to get the most life out of a car. Buying something second hand means you never really know how much care it had or what problems were not dealt with. Good for you for being 'green'.

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Hi there. I got the car from my sister and it was almost new. The plus was I had all the (true) service history and of course I got it at a decent price. I am a little obsessive about caring for it, which I think helps to prolong the life of any car, right?

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Very nice, great car, great condition and great price! How do you keep yourself on top of it. Sometimes I will stay on top of regular care and then let myself slip.

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Being able to keep a car that long, and to still have it in decent shape just goes to show what a great brand Hyundai really is! I can only hope that I will be able to keep mine just as long. So far we have had it for about 7 years.

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