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just bought a 2009 3.8 with 137,500 which seems as tight and quiet and smooth as my 2012 3.8 with 42,000 miles. quite happy.
Here's my problem. The sensor malfunction was very intermittent (except when I'm stuck in traffic trying to get out of downtown, of course!). By the time I got over to Westside, it was working perfectly, a wasted trip. And Westside wouldn't order a new one just on my say-so. I stopped in Key when it was still acting up one day, and got the service manager to come out and see it with his own eyes. That's when I got the warranty work scheduled. There are some advantages to being 5 minutes away from the dealer! I'll let you know how it goes.But i have received parts just on my say so my drivers mirror was just replaced because I told them defrost wasn't working.
I've seen that issue in the process of getting the following replaced on my 2013 that I purchased this past summer:Aside from that concern, my friend, who owns a repair shop, warned that of all the Asian makes he services, he has the most trouble with the Hyundai/KIA brand at getting parts in a timely manner. He said Hyundai doesn't support their dealer network nearly as well as Honda and Toyota.
Hi. I just bought a used 2013 Genesis today with 43K. I am one of those sales guys who is going to log miles too: 30K-40K/year. Curious how many miles you have now? I'm hoping for 300K!As of july 1, 2015, my 2009 V6 genny has 205,200 miles on it. I can't take all the crdit for it though, I bought it from a salesman a few months ago with 201,000 miles. Still rides like new. Other than the ventilated seat barely moving any air, I love it.
Congratulations. You might want to change your vehicle in your profile, since the 2013 is a 1G (first generation) Genesis. Second generation is 2015-2016 (so far).Hi. I just bought a used 2013 Genesis today with 43K. I am one of those sales guys who is going to log miles too: 30K-40K/year. Curious how many miles you have now? I'm hoping for 300K!
I'm at 93k with a very similar regimen. Not too compulsive with the oil changes (2x/year) and just about to order my 2nd set of Conti Xtreme Contact 06's (went from OEM Dunlop 5000 [ugh], to Conti DWS [Blizzaks in winter]). My brother and wife now have an '15 Genesis and are happy as well.we have a 09 with 175000 no problem s
12 with 183000 replaced starter
The cars are great, put good tires on them xtreme contact, good brakes and change oil every 7500 with regular oil
whats wrong with your car? I'm at 138k and no major problem. the starter had to be replace at 98k and the seat motor had to be replace at 108kJust found out my 2010 4.6L w/tech package is in the top 10 of Worst of the Worst category *sigh*.... and I believe it. This is my 2nd Hyundai (first being an Azera) and it will be my last. Only 53K on the clock and it is a POS. I just pray I don't have any major issues because the car will just sit.