Hyundai Getz Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Hyundai Getz reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Toyota Corolla: Is it a good used car?

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Aug 2009

BUY a small car with a four-cylinder engine, and if you stick to the well-respected brands, such as Toyota Corolla or Echo, Nissan Pulsar, Mazda2 or 3, Hyundai Getz, or Honda Civic he should be a winner. Buy the car with the lowest odometer reading and in the best condition that fits his budget.

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My first car

Answered by CarsGuide 17 Apr 2008

BUYING used is not going to cost you as much as buying new, but you need to know about cars or have the help of someone who does. Otherwise, buy new and get the security of a warranty. The new car will also be safer. Generally they have more safety features built into them and will probably use less fuel than an older car. Look at the Mazda 2, Toyota Yaris, Nissan Tiida, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Getz and VW Polo.

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Accent lacks popularity

Accent lacks popularity

25 Jul 2007 · by CarsGuide team

First, though it was the follow-up to the ultra-popular Hyundai Excel, the change of name from Excel to Accent confused a lot of buyers. The car had been called Accent in other countries for several ...

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Hyundai Getz 2004: Build vs compliance dates?

Answered by CarsGuide 14 Jul 2005

THERE are two crucial dates on the car, the build date and the date of compliance to the Australian Design Rules. The second is more critical in terms of registration. The build plate is attached to the car when it is put together at the factory. The date used by the registration authorities to establish the model year is the one on the compliance plate. When cars arrive here they go into bond storage and come out only when they are delivered to dealers. That's when the compliance plate is fitted. A car could have been built in 2004 but, because of the time it takes to ship cars from Korea, it may have a compliance plate dated 2005, when it was taken out of bond storage and sent to the dealer. Your car could have a compliance plate dated 2004. That could be because it has been sitting at the dealer's since last year. Check the plates on the car. The ADR compliance plate is in the rear boot area. The build plate is attached to the body on the passenger's side door. If the compliance plate is dated 2004, the registration is correct and the dealer has not been honest. The car may be new, but it will be seen as an older model and its value will probably be affected. Some dealers, however, consider the date of first registration as the guide to its value and you won't be affected. If the date on the compliance plate is 2005 I would go the registration people and have their records corrected to reflect the later date.

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Hyundai Getz 2003: Gutless reverse gear?

Answered by CarsGuide 24 Jun 2004

IF IT'S a manual it might be a case of getting the right balance of engine revs and clutch slip. If it's auto it might just be a case of applying the right amount of revs to keep the engine firing. As for the doors, lower the window slightly and the doors will close more easily. The Getz has a small cabin and closing the door compresses the air inside. Lowering the window allows the air to escape as you close the door.

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Hyundai or Diahatsu best for re-sale?

Answered by CarsGuide 25 Sep 2003

The Hyundai would be my bet. They are popular with young drivers and dealers like to have them in their yards for that reason. The fact that it has a bigger engine will also give it more appeal when you come to sell it. The Daihatsu's 1.0-litre engine is a little small and that will hold it back. If, however, you were planning to keep the car longer, I would be tempted to go for the Daihatsu as they have greater reliability than the Hyundai. The Daihatsu seems to be the favoured final transport of older folk who want a reliable run in their last years.

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