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My First NEW Car - 2005 Hyundai XG350
By Rocko - December 31 - 7:53 pm
I waited 43 years to buy a brand new car and the XG350L won me over with all of its features. The car was more than reasonably priced for the product I got. The car handle very well. Me and my boys are all bigger than 6'2" and find the car to be very roomy.
good looks stolen from luxury cars ! - 2005 Hyundai XG350
By gogu teologu - December 25 - 9:16 am
First, XG DOES have side airbags! It is a matter of personal taste, and thus a relative thing, but I did not find any other near-luxury car to have the good looks of an XG. Anything equally or better looking will cost at least $5000 more. Good for Hyundai, shame on them to have stolen styling features from Bentley and Mercedes, goo d for us that they did it. Of course, looks are not everything, but XG does handle quite well, has enough interior room, an adequate fuel efficiency (I get 30 miles/gallon on highway with 87 gas, which is more than in the specs). I do not know how reliable an XG is; so far, so good, but I expect it will not be as reliable as a Japanese car.
So far, so good - 2004 Hyundai XG350
By NEWOWNER - December 18 - 10:00 am
Really like the vehicle. Feel like I'm driving a much more expensive luxury vehicle. Interior is luxurious, outside design is appealing. Climate control is excellent. No problems encountered after driving 5,000 miles.
A Jag for HALF - 2002 Hyundai XG350
By Brock Reiss - December 15 - 2:00 am
Jag S claims a 5.3 second 0-60 vs. a XG350 0-60 of 7.7 seconds. Being an avid driver I have done the unoffical test myself and the Jag will beat the XG but by less than 1 second... $47,096 vs. $24,000 for similar performance and comfort is hideous. I found the Jag to be tighter in turns and grip the corners better but the ground clearance is 20% less so suspension is not the only factor. I liked the styling of the XG and was happy with the materials inside. Since the warrany is so comprehensive the risk is minimal. I remember the Toyota's of the 70's retaining their value...until everone woke up...WAKE UP!!!
Mz J - 2005 Hyundai XG350
By MZ J - November 24 - 8:50 am
I love it alot! Good value for the money!
I fell in Love!!! - 2002 Hyundai XG350
By G MAYO - November 20 - 10:00 am
Hubby decided he wanted Grand Am. I drove Grand Am and decided ok since this was supposed to be his car. Driving home I went by Hyundai dealership and saw XG350 and had to stop! Drove car and called Hubby and told him I had totlly fell in love! I cannot find a feature I don't like about this car! And when I first saw the car I thought that car looks like a Jag! I love the memory seat , mirror adustments since I am always griping about Hubby re-adjusting mirrors, and he complains about me pulling seat up to far. The mirrors atomaticallly lowering when in reverse takes some getting use to but is a nice feature for visabilaty This is truely a excellent car at a great price!
hyundai lover - 2004 Hyundai XG350
By hyundai lover - November 16 - 2:00 am
great love it great looking grives nice sporty elegant
2003 Hyundai XG350 - 2004 Hyundai XG350
By spurlock - November 16 - 2:00 am
This is a great luxury car at half the price. I love the style, interior and the drive. I have always bee a Caddy man, but after having some problems with Caddy on their warranty, I sold my deville and bought the 2003 XG 350. I am now the happiest person around... I even got there extended warranty, BUMPER TO BUMPER 10 years or 100,000 miles. Can't beat that deal, and best of all I got 0% financing for 5 years and the car cost me only $20,000.00 NEW.
XG350 - Luxury for the masses - 2002 Hyundai XG350
By danthom67 - November 9 - 10:00 am
We are very pleased with our 1st year of XG350 ownership. The car has luxury features normally reserved for much costlier cars. The 3.5L engine is very responsive, and the ride is smooth and quiet. We are hopeful that the car will remain a pleasure to drive, and troublefree. The Hyundai warantee adds to our sense of auto-contentment.
Very Very Impressed - 2002 Hyundai XG350
By Dadfergy - November 9 - 10:00 am
My last two cars were Buicks and I was used to a smooth riding and solid car. The XG350 is both. Although I haven't had it long the car is well put together and I haven't found any assemly defects. The acceleration is better than I expected and the ride excellent. I brought the XG350L so the car has everything you could want. All the fuctions work perfectly and all the gadgets work good like they should. I'm really pleased with the deal I got on the car and the amount of car I got for the money. People should not be afraid of the Hyundai name, since Hyundai has been building vehicles for 50 plus years.