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How many miles are on your Hyundai?

I have a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe AWD (orginal owner) Just turned 231,000 miles

I was just wondering if there are any more high mileage Hyundais out there

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  • krenkren Posts: 1
    Got ya beat -- we have a 2004 GLS with 281,000 miles!!!

    Love our Santa Fe! Our Chevy's engine blew at 150,000, and the Santa Fe just keeps chugging along.
  • i have 116,286 miles on our 2003 santa fe V-6 AWD,my wife love the little red santa fe and doesn't want to trade it so we will have it a long time.i have done all the maintenance work on it since day one.
  • somedai1somedai1 Posts: 416
    I have the '07 awd Limited - 81,941 miles - love it - I do most of the maintenance - only let the dealer do the alignments - they seem to be the only ones to get it right... has a svc eng light on now due to fuel gauge problem - may have to replace fuel float if it doesn't correct itself - other than that pretty smooth driving - no problems. Gonna try to get it to over 200k miles!
  • I have 220,000 miles on a 2004 Sante Fe and it runs like I just drove it off the lot. Will only buy Hyundai. American cars don't go past 100,000 miles without issues.
  • 2001 Santa Fe, V6 AWD-269,072 miles, original owner. So far, I've replaced all the 02 sensors, alternator, and dropped in a new motor 4 years ago. The front subframe was corroded, replaced by Hyundai, now I've a power steering leak that we can't find where its coming from. May be time for a new one.......but I think I win as far a mileage goes!
  • Just hit 200,000 on 2001 Santa Fe...., everything original... only one non-scheduled service call and that became a recall item... thrilled with vehicle

  • 2003Hyundai_guy2003Hyundai_guy Bucks County PAPosts: 1
    Got ya beat. My 2003 Santa Fe original owner w/ original engine 299,939 and I'm going to turn 300k this weekend. :smile:
  • lottamileslottamiles PennsylvaniaPosts: 1
    We have a 2004 Hyundai Santa fe with 300,000 miles on it it runs and drives great other than it smoking after longdrives it might have an oil leak
  • JfdunneJfdunne New YorkPosts: 2
    2009 Santa fe limited.170,000 and still going.  Love the car and it looks like I've got a long way to go still!! Lol Thanks
  • Marsha2762Marsha2762 TennesseePosts: 1
    edited November 2018
    2007 Santa Fe, no major replacements, still going at 318,000
  • JROlsonJROlson Port townsendPosts: 1
    501,000 miles on a 2005 Santa Fe. Still going strong. No majors. Original transmission, original motor, only routine maintenance. Nothing leaking.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,860
    JROlson said:

    501,000 miles on a 2005 Santa Fe. Still going strong. No majors. Original transmission, original motor, only routine maintenance. Nothing leaking.

    That's incredible.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,591
    I saw a Twitter reference the other day to a 2008 Hyundai Elantra with over 1,000,000 miles on it.

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  • bnightermebnighterme Posts: 1
    Dont be me and switch oils to synthetic on your high mile engine , will begin leaking oil.
  • 1MoreOrr1MoreOrr PAPosts: 1
    Can't match that 501K, but just crossed 326,500 on my 2004 Santa Fe. Likewise, original engine and tranny. Replaced radiator in 2015, alternator in '16, and first time for starter in 2017 after 305,000. Got no complaints, got my money's worth out of my 1st one from the car czar in Downingtown. Will go back there for the next one!
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