Did you hear the bad news about Hyundai and its sister company Kia?
They have voluntarily recalled more than 1,480,000 cars.
According to Hyundai, 2.4-liter 2011 to 2014 naturally aspirated GDI and 2.0-liter T-GDI are the main culprits.
Models such as the Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, the Santa Fe Sport, the Sportage, and the Sorento have been named in the recall.
So here is the million dollar question:
Will this affect Hyundai and Kia leases for us?
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No. We do not have to change our oil every 3,000 miles.
Nor do we have to change it every 5,000… 10,000 – even 15,000 miles.
Oil changes – the ultimate snake “oil”
Check this out:
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If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know how I feel about car sellers.
Most are good people…
I hang out with a few of them.
They have typical American families… with a dog, white picket fence – even eat apple pie.
The best part is they are totally fun people to talk with. Because they have the gift of gab.
And they all have stories. Some have GREAT stories.
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When I look to lease a new vehicle, I try to choose one that can be flipped for a tidy profit.
When my lease is about to end, I do not turn it in. This is a mistake most people make when their car lease ends.
Instead, I sell it to the highest bidder for a fast and easy profit.
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