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Hyundai Pacifica Hybrid OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.5
15 Reviews
5 star
20%
4 star
40%
3 star
13%
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20%
1 star
7%
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3.5
Value
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3.7
Fuel Economy
3.9
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AK
AK
Fort Washington, Maryland
5.0
Very happy
I love my vehicle overall. It is small enough for me to better maneuver comfortably and has been going strong for the past seven years. It is still in excellent condition. Due to keeping up with the maintenance, which isn't even expensive, it is still a fast car and stable car.
jh
jh
Irvine, California
2.0
gas inefficient
I've had this car for over a decade. It's gone into the shop for a few issues (especially with the dashboard gauges), but it's survived over 110,000 miles, and I still drive it. The gas pedal isn't the same as it used to be - possibly from wear-and-tear through living in snowy environments for at least half its lifetime. The brakes work perfectly, and every fuel emissions tests check out as if it were brand new. However, the fuel efficiency could use some work, especially now that gas prices have at least tripled since I purchased it. It is basically ridiculous that I should have to pay approximately the worth of gas for a slightly fuel efficient 4x4 for a sedan. Though it is luxury, and the seat warmers for both driver and right side passenger still work like a charm! That car and I have been through 3 cross country moves, and I am admittedly amazed it's still kicking.
Taylor
Taylor
Priest River, Idaho
4.0
Excellent Low Cost Luxury Vehicle
This is an older vehicle without a lot of the components that more modern cars have. However, it is very nice for its time. The interior is high quality leather, very luxurious looking and comfortable, and it has held up very well without showing any wear and tear. The seat and window controls are all electronic. It includes a CD player/radio with no auxiliary input. Though I was disappointed in the lack of auxiliary input, the CD player/radio works excellently and has never given me any problems. The sound quality through the car's speakers is not the best, though, and I have had to replace the passenger side speaker. The heating/AC system works perfectly in this car, and it even has a backseat heating/cooling vent. All seats in the vehicle are very roomy, with plenty of space for a full car of five. Unfortunately none of the seats are heated. In addition, we live in an area that experiences very harsh winters and this car can handle that! I have driven this vehicle through well over six inches of fresh powder snow and it has always handled well and gotten me where I needed to go. Perhaps my most appreciated aspect of this vehicle is the fantastic fuel economy. We get well over 35 mpg!

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