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PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2018 1:31 pm 
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Hi guys, I need your advice. I'm going to buy a Hyundai Creta, but recently I read that in this model there are often problems with the electrician. I hardly know the Hyundai brand, this is my first experience


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What country are you in? That model is not on sale in the UK yet but it is a new model and may be released soon. My experience of Hyundai has been good, my wife is on her fourth I-10 and my son has a Santa Fe. We have had no problems and the cars have been reliable and generally good all round.

In the UK they have a five year warranty so it is reassuring. Assuming you are buying new or slightly used the warranty will protect you from dodgy electrics but I have never heard of problems like that.

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Tbh all cars have there issues no mater the make or model, depending the age of the car get it inspected, or take someone along that knows about cars

Hyundai Creta = iX25

edit. The Hyundai Creta is Chinese built so will not be up European standards - 2015 onwards there built in India so the same applies

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyundai_Creta


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