To find your
part from a RECYCLER NEAR YOU, just enter the YEAR, MODEL and PART TYPE you wish to locate and your ZIP code in the above form and press the "FIND" button.
10 Great Reasons to Buy Your Used Hyundai Parts from PartsHotlines
While you're buying a used replacement part for your vehicle, consider checking your air filter and replacing it if it's clogged. This can improve your fuel economy between 2 to 6% or even as much as 14% if it's badly clogged. PartsHotlines uses the highest standards in the industry to select our suppliers for you. We remain committed to maintaining these standards. Did you know when you buy from our recyclers you are really helping the environment? Most junk yards of old are no longer in existence. They have been replaced by high tech, state of the art recycling facilities. Since PartsHotlines uses a live search, additional results may come in after your results display. To see the additional parts we've found just click the See More Parts button at the top of your screen. Another advantage of buying used parts for your vehicle is they are already road tested and are guaranteed to fit. PartsHotlines uses your zip code to sort the results of our live search in closest order to you. You'll find your part in your back yard if there's one available! At PartsHotlines, we know the importance of a personal touch. You are welcome to call us with any questions about your purchase. We still believe in service. When you call PartsHotlines, that's what you'll get: a live human on the phone. Once you've provided us with the year of your vehicle, PartsHotlines will guide you with simple questions to determine your basic information, such as number of cylinders or number of doors, etc. Make sure you know what parts you actually need. If your mechanic is doing the work, he can explain the name of the part, or any nick names for it. You should be able to easily find these names in our Parts list.
About The HYUNDAI Company
The Hyundai Motor Company is one division of Hyundai, a group of companies ranging from industries including ship building to elevators to tourism. Hyundai was originally established as a construction company in 1947, with the Hyundai Motor Company founded in 1967.
The debut Hyundai vehicle was the Cortina in 1968. The Hyundai Cortina was a collaboration between Hyundai and Ford Motor Company. In 1975 Hyundai debuted the first Korean car, the Hyundai Pony. The Hyundai was introduced to Canadian market in 1985, and in the United States market in 1986 with the emergence of the Hyundai Excel. Following, Hyundai added the mid-sized sedan Sonata in 1988. Further additions to the Hyundai line within the United States over the years include the Accent, the Tiburon, the HED-5, the Elantra, the Genesis, the Equus, the Azera, the XG 300 and XG350, the Entourage, the Tucson, the Santa Fe and the Veracruz.
The 2011 model year includes a total of 11 models varying in styles and options. The Hyundai Accent is available in a two-door or four-door body style, five-passenger family sedan, offering four trim levels. The Hyundai Azera is a four-door, five-passenger family sedan and is available in two trim levels. The 2011 Hyundai Elantra, a four-door, five-passenger family sedan, was redesigned for the 2011 model year and is available in three trim levels. The Hyundai Elantra Touring four-door, five-passenger wagon offers four trim levels. The Hyundai Genesis features four doors and seats five passengers as a family sedan and is available with a 3.8L engine or a 4.6L engine. The Hyundai Genesis is also available as a Coupe with two-doors, available in eight trim levels. The Hyundai Sonata, a four-door, five-passenger family sedan, was redesigned for 2011 and offers nine trim levels. Both four-door, five passenger SUV’s, the Santa Fe and the Tucson, are available in ten trim levels; while the four-door, seven-passenger Veracruz SUV is available in four trim levels.
The 2011 model year also includes the introduction of the Equus and the Sonata Hybrid. The Equus is a four-door, five passenger family sedan with a V-8 engine and six-speed automatic transmission. It is available in two trim levels, the Signature and the Ultimate. This is Hyundai’s first attempt at the large luxury car market segment.
Hyundai has received much acclaim over the years including receiving second in 2004 and third in 2006 for J.D. Power and Associates “Initial Quality Survey. J.D. Power and Associates also named Hyunda as the “Highest Ranked Non-Premium Nameplate” in 2009. Consumer Reports named the Hyundai Santa Fe and Hyundai Elantra as its “Top Picks” in vehicles in 2008. Consumer Reports also named Hyundai the fourth-best automaker based on reliability in 2010. In addition, it was the first vehicle manufacturer to offer a 10-year or 100,000 mile warranty in the United States.