Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)
Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)
Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)
Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)
Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)
Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)

Hyundai Getz 1.1M 5DR (Nov 09)

Used
S$19,000
Singapore

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Registration Date 14 Nov 2009 (2yrs 3mths+ COE left) If a used car dealer said this car has a lady owner, they just assumed my gender again. I'm a regular car enthusiast who spends way too much time and money buying parts to keep the car running the way I want it. That means, trouble-free motoring every day. Mileage is now past 140,000+km. This car has been in accidents. When I bought it 2 years ago (from a dealer-proclaimed "careful owner"), I had to replace the bent front suspension arms and all the bushings to ensure proper handling. Most recently, a Toyota Corolla Altis crashed into the back as I was slowing down at a traffic light. Chassis is still straight and it handles as it should. Genting Highlands downhill run was no sweat. With a full set of stainless steel brake hoses, Vetto front rotors, Motul RBF600 fluid, Nsport MU-Spec brake pads installed in early 2016, sporty late braking was no problem. Uphill on the other hand... The "65hp" 1,086cc engine was dyno-ed at 51hp at the wheels after Motorvac treatment. Uphill runs require a bit more patience. No matter what people say, this car still faster than bus, MRT or walking. Power figure also depends on how hot or cold the day is. But no matter how hot the day, rest assured that the air conditioner is super cool, with regular lubrication and Kooltec gas recharge performed at 40k interval at DHM Otomotive. Regularly 10k serviced with Ducatus 5W40 engine oil and original Hyundai oil filter at Harmony Motor. The 5-speed manual gearbox brings the joy back to driving with smooth shifts after two oil changes (10k and 20k). I used Redline MT-85 75W85 because it is one of the few oils that is able to match the original Hyundai MTF (which is not available in Singapore). And most importantly, it is API Service Class GL-4 oil. Road tax is super affordable at only $442/yr and insurance without NCD is only three digits (in my case). It can run on RON92 fuel and deliver about 14km/l. If you Grabhitch someone twice everyday, this figure is easily forgotten. Can hitch up to three people comfortably, so confirm can earn a bit. Comes with custom carpets, 1-din Pioneer DEH-3150UB with USB port (BTW Error-19 means USB drive spoil), tweeters, volt meter, coolant temperature meter, vacuum meter, 350mm steering wheel with boss kit, foot pedal plates and DIY installed Alphard vibration dampers. Car is washed and vacuumed every week and no one is allowed to eat in the car including my parents. Confirm no cockroach, all starved to death liao. This car is as close to a fun go kart as you can get. It features no airbags, no ABS, and no power windows for the rear passengers. Rediscover the joy of pure driving with no dull-feeling electrically assisted power steering (it uses a manly hydraulic power steering assist), no traction control and a cable operated handbrake for all your late-night food tray antics. This car maxes out at 150km/h (GPS speed). It's the same feeling as driving at 200km/h in a German car but without the unnecessary risk you have to take. 0-100km/h no point measuring. Can 0-90km/h already damn good liao. TP see sure smile because very hard for this car to speed. LTA see sure smile because very stock. OMV is $6,411, so you'll get back half after two years plus. I'm also the fourth owner, but probably the most ngeow owner of this car (ever!) Things you dun have to worry about: Throttle cable because it was replaced after measuring 9mm out of spec. Headlights are new because I like clear headlights and the old ones looked like crap. Electrical fire because I took two days to remove all the nonsense wiring for LED, DRL and sound system by previous owners (with picture proof). Every cut and spliced wire has been restored nicely with thick heatshrink tubing. Removed one Nokia 1280 from the boot with Malaysian SIM (I dun go Malaysia workshop so it's one of the previous 3 owners who did). Update: CV boots replaced with new ones on both driveshafts. Alignment done again at Ah Seong (Mars). Now has mudguards and two sets of carpets after part swapping from a friend dekitting his Getz.


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