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    Hyundai Cars we bring to you first-rate cars and leave no stone unturned to provide great service. A tastefully done modern Showroom of KTC Hyundai welcomes you to elegance. A well maintained fleet of test drive cars are there to give you the feel and experience the drive dynamics on actual driving conditions. The showroom even sports a state of the art service center to assure you of quality service.

    The Sales Team at KTC Hyundai is made up of dedicated showroom and field professionals adept at guiding the customer through the entire sales process right from assisting in the choice of model, colour and features to lending a helping hand in arranging finance at competitive rates.


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    To answer several questions above, I have owned an '02 GLS, '05 GT, and now a'10 HET SE with the 5spd. The first two were great cars, virtually trouble free. The ride of the '05 GT with the oversize Tiburon GT rear stabilizer added. was an awsome little car. I would never call an Elantra "fast" but they can certainly be nimble and entertaining. The SE with the larger wheels and low profile tires does ride a bit stiff. But the handling is amazing for "a little station wagon". One complaint I do have is the Kumho radials. Handle? You betcha. Road noise? oh yeah. those suckers are noisy. Having owned both, the auto is adequate for acceleration, but not great. The 5spd ratios are great, and also gives a numerically higher final drive ratio. Much zippier. The shifter is first rate. Only issue here is that going into 1st above 10mph is stiff. That is also something you are not likely to do very often as the 2.0L pulls strong in 2nd from 10-15mph. Here again, not fast, but pretty darn quick. The Black Pearl is in the shop tonight and will be checked over in the morning by my local dealers "Platinum" technician. I have known the guy for years and he does know Hyundai. The issue is no throttle between idle and 2200rpm. When I dropped it off this evening the service manager wanted me to ride with a tech and "see if we can duplicate the problem". I told him no ride was needed, just trot out one of the techies and I will show him. The guy was skeptical until I started the car, motioned for him to have a seat in the drivers seat, and bring the engine up to 1500rpm. Try as he might, couldn't do it. Either 700rpm, or 2200rpm. Nothing in between. The guy tried a few things to check it out, then admitted he had never seen one do that. No check engine light, runs great, just no throttle coming off idle.

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    KTC Hyundai has made deep inroads in the cars market in the Malabar region of Kerala with top breeds cars from the house of Hyundai. As a professionally managed company KTC Hyundai is committed to excellence in serving all our esteemed customers.

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    Hyundai Cars is really on the go now, and they are becoming more competitive. I've heard good things about the companies goal and target to provide innovative car products. As far as I can remember, a friend of mine give me an insight about hyundai sonata 2011 imported cars of Saudi Arabia. Looking forward on it!
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