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Selling an i45 with a spun bearing

Asked by Mark Gilchrist

Any tips on selling a 2011 Hyundai i45 with a spun bearing that basically needs a new motor?

Answered by CarsGuide

15 Jul 2016 Graham Smith

I would say don't sell it; fix it. It will be very hard to sell when it needs a new engine, so I would take it to a wrecker specializing in Hyundais and they should have a suitable replacement they could install for you. If you sell as it is you will take a bath on it.

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