yeah, I noticed !! <-- not ALL that honest
But, if you have every brought a car in for warranty work, you will
find that the dealership will look for any opportunity to void it.
That is why I want to set it right, to protect the big investment, the
Car goes 130 mph with seductive stability-- I am worried I will blow
the motor. If do that, I will definately be wanting them to give me a
That is why I would like to get the correct miles recorded, but I have
no clue if that is stored anywhere.
I drive big diesel trucks for chump change now and again, since I am
finishing my degree. Their ECUs have an amazing amount of data stored,
though I am not sure they store miles.
The older tiburon is a very pretty car, prettiest available for any
By way of history, my previous cars were a chevy cavalier and dodge
omni and an old-school chevy nova. I drove them for all for about 3
cents a mile plus fuel.
In comparison, these cheap american cars were actually far better
built, having forged steering components, for instance. All the parts
where more generously built, bearings stronger; the cars were far more
forgiving to abuse.
If anybody knows where the tiburon hides her mileage.... thanks again