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I'm not sure where they get that Volkswagen is 'known for it's quality'.

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I'm not sure where they get that Volkswagen is 'known for it's quality'.

I would say it's known for its bad quality. :scratchchin:

Actually it poor reliability and some people say that's not the same thing. Not me, but some people.

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They're such auto experts that they got the engine in the Malibu wrong. The 2.4 was never in the 'last generation' Malibu - it was the 2.2.

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Funny how you NEVER read anything harping & moaning over future hyundai resale in any articles, eh? Rental this, generic that, piss-poor resale.... Everyone's all breathless how the offerings have gone from abyssmal to mediocre... annnnd; that's it- the rest is all good.

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I'm not sure where they get that Volkswagen is 'known for it's quality'.

Yet another free ride on perception alone.

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Funny how you NEVER read anything harping & moaning over future hyundai resale in any articles, eh? Rental this, generic that, piss-poor resale.... Everyone's all breathless how the offerings have gone from abyssmal to mediocre... annnnd; that's it- the rest is all good.

Kia Sedonas in particular are a growing secondary finance favorite. We recently purchased two '03 EXs with full load - one with a sunroof - with 30/60k miles and didn't spend more than $10k for both. They're perfect finance vans - late-model, low-mileage, and have the appearance of a decent van. Too bad one averages 15MPG if you're lucky.

We used to buy quite a few Kias and Hyundais but not anymore. They're poor values for even our cost, have limited book, hold up like $h!, and most people still look at them cockeyed.

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Interesting to see what they say you can buy a 5 year old MINI for. Around here there book resale would get you a salvage titled car needing repair.

Chris

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Most of those vehicles are projected anyway, the Rogue and 1-Series have not been on the market long enough to determine 5-year values. I don't place much faith in a fabricated article.

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Kia Sedonas ....They're perfect finance vans - late-model, low-mileage, and have the appearance of a decent van.

Huh!? :blink:

Maybe if you like melted 1995 Ford Windstars...?

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