If you're planning to buy a used vehicle, you should look for one that has a great reliability rating like a Hyundai. Hyundai makes quality cars that are known to give their owners few problems even after many years. So you can expect them to provide dependable transportation day in, day out without incurring high repair costs. Discover why you should invest in a Hyundai pre-owned vehicle.


Used Hyundai vehicles may vary greatly in terms of performance and reliability, depending on their models, histories, and previous owners. This makes it difficult for you to know which car to choose. Follow the tips below to select a great Hyundai vehicle that can serve you well for many years:

  • Buy from a Hyundai dealership: Whichever model you plan to get, make sure you buy it from a Hyundai dealership. An official dealership has a formal relationship with Hyundai. This means it's required to meet certain quality and service standards, which sets it apart from non-dealership used car lots and private sellers. It has a reputation to maintain, so it'll make sure its customers get the highest-quality pre-owned cars. Also, a Hyundai dealership usually has the largest selection of Hyundai vehicles in its locality.
  • Consider getting a certified pre-owned Hyundai: If you want to get a top-quality used Hyundai, it's a good idea to buy a certified pre-owned model. A certified pre-owned Hyundai has undergone a 150-point inspection process and all the necessary repairs to achieve like-new condition. To be eligible for certification, a Hyundai vehicle must be less than five years old, have a limited number of miles, and come with a genuine CarFax vehicle history report. Additionally, a certified used Hyundai offers a five-year or 60,000-mile new vehicle warranty, 10-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty, and 10-year and unlimited-mileage complimentary roadside assistance.
  • Do research on the Hyundai model you intend to buy: Not all Hyundai vehicles are created equal. If you have a particular model in mind, you should do some research to find out how it holds up over time. Read expert reviews and owner comments about the car to see if it's truly dependable or has any model-specific problems. You can make the research easier by speaking with an experienced repair technician at a Hyundai dealership. Such a technician works with Hyundai vehicles every day, so they can provide plenty of helpful information about the model you want to buy.
  • Go for a test drive: Regardless of whether you're planning to get an almost-new or older Hyundai vehicle, you should go for a test drive at your local Hyundai dealership. Even if you have done extensive research on the car, you won't really know whether it's right for you until you take it for a spin.

If you live near Plano, Texas, you should check out the wide selection of quality pre-owned Hyundai vehicles at Huffines Hyundai Plano. Contact us today to schedule a test drive. 

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