Be kind to this blogger, he does have a great website. However he is right. Hyundai needs to work on their dealers. I had a bad experience with my dealer also (and they had the car in stock). I won't go into details because the owners of the dealership have bent over backwards to help me, their staff is the issue.
I would not have bought the car if they hadn't offered me so much real money on my trade (about $3K more than they should have, plus I have $1300 in insurance checks for hit and run damage that I never repaired, netting me more than I paid 18 months ago), I also bought the car OTD for $200 less than sticker (including tax).
Good article about the car -
Just a Car Guy: new car comparison of the 2012 econo boxes. 2 dr, better than 35 mpg freeway, costs less than 22 thou, and having a stick shift and XM stereo with a subwwoofer would be great
Now we all have had this -
Just a Car Guy: So, I'm buying a car, and told the salesguy what I wanted. He was an idiot. He didn't tell me he'd get it, (I want a white car and they didn't have one) and sell it to me.
Now maybe this is true, but I find it hard to believe -
Just a Car Guy: Hyundai has 2 problems. The first is no supply of cars to their dealerships.
At this point I also would be buying something else -
Just a Car Guy: Hyundai has more problems