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    Quote Originally Posted by BLVD Limo View Post
    Oh, I'm sure it is the standard 10/100k warranty.
    To the best of my knowledge, that is a powertrain only warranty. It is far from being as comprehensive as either the Ford ESP or the Cadillac PVPP coverage.
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    I'll go on faith that if Hyundai serious about an all-encompassing livery/professional vehicle program, they'll make an effort to be competitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl View Post
    I'll go on faith that if Hyundai serious about an all-encompassing livery/professional vehicle program, they'll make an effort to be competitive.
    Watch out Karl. Your faith may result in dozens of obese people standing outside of your restaurant wanting chicken sandwiches!
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    Sorry buddy, but the Hunday is overprised even though its compared to the Lexus LS its not worth it the money especialy for the livery business where in 5 years the car would have 150K miles will it hold up without falling apart? we dont know yet, I prefer the Cadillac XTS, it is less expensive,more leg and head room,larger trunk and the most important part of it the Cady is DOMESTIC! I am all for supporting domestic manufacturing,industry,economy and workforce, sorry but I dont want to support foreign industry and economy when our people are on walfare and unemployment, I will never buy foreign vehicle NEVER!

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