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2015 Forte LX+ A/T or 2015 Elantra GL A/T

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2015 Forte LX+ A/T or 2015 Elantra GL A/T

Both these cars have identical options etc.

Assuming I can get $3000 trade in for my used car.....

Forte can be had right now for $128.33 Bi-Weekly all taxes included

Elantra can be had right now for $145.38 Bi-Weekly all taxes included

From the research I have done, the slight nod goes to the Hyundai, but is it worth $17 Bi-Weekly more ????

Thoughts from owners of the 2015 version of either vehicle or other input greatly appreciated.

Want to test drive tomorrow.

Thanks In Advance
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Oct 11, 2008
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had a Kia Forte LX+ as a rental. it was a POS. slow as hell, and the engine revs loud when u want to power pass lol

i beat that car up for the 5 days. good luck to the person buying that car 2nd hand lol

atleast u got a sunglass compartment where the front ceiling lights are located

edit: top speed = 160/kmh. pedal all the way down. doesnt go any faster on 87 octane
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Apr 11, 2015
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Mazda 3 is regarded as the best in that class. Have you considered it?
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jackson14 wrote: Mazda 3 is regarded as the best in that class. Have you considered it?
Significantly more money.

I have a 2005 Corolla right now with 148,000 km on it...but just had to replace bearings, brake pads need done in October....wondering if the 11 year old car is on its way. If it is going to cost me about $1000 a year in maintenance....maybe? Might as well finance something new for similar.....looking for bigger trunk too to fit my sons goalie bag on wheels...going to test that tomorrow too.
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the Kia Forte has a $4k incentive on till the end of May.

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