Hyundai IX35 2014 Problems

No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Hyundai IX35 2014 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

Hyundai ix35 2014: Should warranty cover a breaking radio?

Answered by CarsGuide 29 Mar 2019

If the radio has been an issue from the beginning why didn’t they have something done about it when it was new. Waiting five years would seem to suggest it’s not really a problem. Who knows what caused the seat tab to break, and while you would like to think it shouldn’t break, $70 doesn’t seem like a lot of money to fix it. If you’re not happy with the dealer contact Hyundai’s customer service (1800 186 306) and register your complaint directly with the company.

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Hyundai ix35 2014: radio failure outside warranty

Answered by CarsGuide 31 Aug 2018

The radio reception in Hyundai cars has been a regular compliant over the years, and there's never been a satisfactory solution. Being a relatively new car I would persist with Hyundai and request a replacement head unit as a gesture of good will. I think Hyundai would be crazy to refuse you and risk damaging its reputation.

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Hyundai ix35 2013: Why is it loosing acceleration?

Answered by CarsGuide 6 Jul 2018

Intermittent problems like yours are always hard to diagnose and fix because they rarely occur when the mechanic is present to observe them. It seems as though yours has gone into limp home mode after the computer detected a fault. The only course of action is persistence until the source of the problem shows up in a diagnostic check, or when the mechanic is there to witness it.

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Hyundai ix35 2014: How much should I sell it for?

Answered by CarsGuide 2 Feb 2018

The trade-in price guide is $15,200 to $17,400, but with the low odometer yours should be at the top end of the range.

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Good midsize SUVs for highway driving

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Jun 2017

The CX-5 and Tucson are both highly rated medium SUVs, and I’m sure both would be good choices for your needs. Both are refined and cabin noise doesn’t appear to be a problem with either of them. If I were to choose I would go for the CX-5.

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Unsatisfied with paint protection

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Sep 2015

We've been warning for a long time that some dealerships are using this sort of thing as a major profit centre, when much of it is unnecessary and you can get it for less at a specialist company.

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Hyundai ix35 2014: Sudden deceleration fixed

Answered by CarsGuide 23 Jan 2015

No, we haven't had any more reports of this issue, but it sounds serious. Hyundai has fixed your car before, so I would return it as you are doing and press on them the danger of the situation you found yourself in when it happened. Lemon laws where you could get a replacement car don't exist in Australia, and the consumer laws we do have are pathetic and few people have the fortitude it takes to pursue it to the end.

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Hyundai ix35 or Jeep Compass?

Answered by CarsGuide 15 Dec 2014

The Hyundai is a clear winner for me and gets The Tick. I get lots of emails from unhappy Jeep owners.

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Volkswagen Tiguan 2008: What is a good replacement with a similar footprint?

Answered by CarsGuide 10 Nov 2014

That Tiguan is getting old and a customer complaint is not unusual for Volkswagen. If he wants the best car then, it's the CX-5 but the Hyundai ix35 and Kia Sportage also get The Tick and are the value champions.

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