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Would gladly recommend them to anyone looking to purchase a vehicle.
Overall pleased with service.
I visited 5 Metro Vancouver Hyundai dealerships looking for the best deal & customer service, and Langley made sure I got that. I recommend including them in your shopping experience for a Hyundai! They will make sure they beat the offers from any other dealership.
The service department is also wonderful!!! I had to have a minor adjustment done on my vehicle and they did it right away and fully explained everything to me. They also washed my car which I have never had at any other dealership (it is the little things!).
After several attempts to have a warranty issue corrected at 2 other Hyundai dealerships on our 2013 Santa Fe (who refused to acknowledge the existence of said obvious issue) gabe and his team of techs were able to determine that:
A: We were not crazy, the clunk we were hearing/feeling was absolutely not normal.
B: They could determine the cause of the issue quickly.
C: The rear differential coupler was faulty and required replacement.
After nearly a year of arguing with other dealerships who claimed our Santa Fe was "operating normally", gabe and his team had the issue diagnosed AND repaired in just over 24 hours.
You've got a heck of a team!
Hyundai Santa Cruz pickup rumoursPosted On March 7, 2016
For over a year now we’ve been hearing bits and pieces from Hyundai regarding the concept they revealed in 2015 for a Santa Cruz pickup truck – and for most of that time they have remained just that – rumours and gossip. 2016 started off with a proverbial bang, however, with announcements for refreshes and updates on current generation Hyundai models as well as some interesting reveals at the Detroit Auto Show.
At the Chicago Auto Show we got to see the introduction of the 2017 model Santa Fe and Santa Fe sport models – adding revised headlights, taillights, and fasciae, these impressive SUVs have been given a little love over their 2016 options. Alongside the cosmetic changes, Hyundai has upped the technology options – which was rather expected, but all the same appreciated.
Unfortunately for those who were expecting more news about the pickup variant, however, Hyundai’s reveal do not give us any additional information to support or entirely refute the option for this year or even the following one.
That said, Hyundai has just revealed the launch of its new Genesis luxury line – with the intention of offering drivers 6 vehicles by 2020, so, there is the lingering possibility that we’ll be hearing more about the next wave of Hyundai’s other products after the excitement over the new marque has calmed.
We’ll keep offering you more information as it develops!