2022 Black Limited
I agree, but we want enough sold to where they will continue to make them..Nice catch on the pic! SCs for everyone! Woohoo! No….What am I saying? If everyone has one…then they’ll be more common and less extraordinary. Maybe that’s a good thing? But I like being kind of unique in my choice of vehicle. 😳
Limited production doesn't automatically mean desirable. I had a very rare yet unpopular car, a Volvo C30... and trust me it was no fun owning something that nobody can service or get parts for. Thankfully the SC is based on the Tuscon which Hyundai's best seller, the engine and tranny are shared with other H/K vehicles so hopefully the SC is supported well for years to come and doesn't become a rare bird or orphan.After they quit making them, it became so desirable, that people were paying up to three times the original sticker price. For used ones!
Well I can accept that...Not necessarily. I had a Toyota Supra MK4 Twin Turbo. Made from 1994 to 1998. It became a niche car. After they quit making them, it became so desirable, that people were paying up to three times the original sticker price. For used ones!
GaryH, I can not even get to a shop to do that. I also look at the Maverick and Ridgeline with audible backup warning alerts and fold down rear seats, and say, why them Hyundai? Why not the Santa Cruz?!?. They have everything ( minus the trunk and cooled seats for the Maverick ) the Santa Cruz has (except the self leveling shocks ) and even more.Well…if a chipping chrome front piece could make you do a lemon law, maybe you just don’t like it more than a bit? Not that it should do this….but the issue can be mostly fixed with PPT. I could see a lemon law for trans or engine, or even bad paint.
Good luck getting your Cruz swapped.