Do some research on the turbos and see of they're better than whatever they've been using. I have 3 hyundai tech friends who have all told me (because my wife is looking at the new tucson) that the engines are good but the turbochargers are horrible.I know the feeling. We have started to look and have seen the new Cruze with its 1.4 turbo and are not impressed. However we have seen and test driven the Hyundai Veloster with its 1.6 turbo at 201 hp and are very impressed. Our 2012 Cruze LTZ RS is slow yet was nice to drive in and has given us 4 great yrs. We where waiting for GM to make a 2 door Hatch-Back but they only will have the same as a 2017 and its a 4 door Hatch-Back. For us right now is the Veloster fully loaded for under $25,000. Here is a photo of what we should have by July of this year. Its been a while since I have been on this site and will still continue to read your great forum with its wonderful members.
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My last living uncle, now pushing 88, had a '69 Impala with a 327. It was a factory order for somebody who for whatever the reason didn't take delivery. My uncle was friends with the dealership salesmanager and so he got first dibs. It was an olive green metallic. And as my uncle often says, it never once got stuck in a Winnipeg winter. It got replaced with a 1979 Impala with LG3 power. I liked the look of his '79 better and even got to drive it one time.I like the 1967 impala 4 door with the 327ci
Another great car that few people know about and they have been around since 2014. Pontiac G8 GT with 361 HP was no slouch either...The Chevrolet SS sedan is every bit as iconic as 350hp Nova or 427 Impala. Just as rare as well.
I would have ordered one in a heartbeat if my dealer could have had an allocation.