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    2011 Hyundai ix35- are you selling


    2011 Hyundai ix35- are you selling

    Condition report – The car has no spare key, no sunroof and no Satellite Navigation. It has a few scrapes around the body, Needs a full detail inside and out.

    Odometer reads – 147587 kms, engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4X4 Drive, diesel engine.

    It was bought in Brisbane , QLD 4520

    Paid cash for the car, $8,500.

    Editions and Variants

    The first ix35s rolled out in 2010 with three editions on the table including the active, the elite, and the Highlander. The SE wasn’t released until 2013. This mid-size SUV has been an all around good car that ticks most boxes for the average driver who spends most driving time in urban and suburban areas. The iX35 is fitted with either a 2.0L, a 2.4L, or a 2.0L CRDi variant engine and both petrol and diesel are available.

    The entry-level Active edition is paired only with a 2.0L petrol engine, is Front-wheel-drive, and has the option for either a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission. It is the only edition that has a manual transmission available.

    The Elite can be paired with any of the engines, including turbo-diesel, has the option for 6-speed automatic transmission only, and can be in Front-wheel-drive or All-wheel-drive.

    The Highlander comes with either the 2.4L petrol engine or the 2.0 CRDi turbo-diesel, a 6-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel-drive.

    The SE that came out in 2013 can pair with the 2.0L petrol engine in FWD, or the turbo-diesel in AWD, both with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

    Engine Power and Torque

    The 2.0L petrol engine makes 122kW and 197Nm, the 2.4 L petrol engine makes 130kW and 227 Nm, and the 2.0L CRDi turbo-diesel makes 135kW and 392 Nm. The petrol engines have 4 valves/aluminium cylinder, compression ratios of 10.5:1, and a continuously variable intake and exhaust valve timing. The Diesel engine also has four valves per aluminium cylinder, a compression ratio of 16.0:1, variable geometry turbocharger, a diesel particulate filter, and chain-driven double overhead camshafts.


    The Hyundai iX35 is a popular car amongst families with ample leg room, a sliding back row of seats and easily accessed boot space. The 591 Litres of cargo room can expand up to 1436 Litres with the seats down making it a great vehicle for camping, moving, or transporting large items. Compared to previous models, the iX35 is slightly longer, wider, and lower, so it’s important to check for scuffs and scratches if a previous owner has done any off-road adventures. Spare parts are generally easily available in Australia. While you’re at it, check for any crunching sounds on shifting, or any delayed starting with a TD engine.

    All editions of the iX35 received a 5-star ANCAP safety rating. The standard safety packages include airbags in the front, rear, side and curtain, Automatic Braking system, electronic stability control and brake force distribution, traction control, hill-start assist and downhill braking assist, pretensioners and load limiter seat belts, anti-submarining front seats and active seat head restraints.

    Before the roll out of the 2011 range, some interesting updates were made including bluetooth connectivity, an electric power unit rather than hydraulic steering for reduced kickback, rear-parking sensors, darker privacy glass and an ASD system. The entry-level Active editions no longer included the power adjustable driver’s seats.

    If you’re thinking about selling a Hyundai, check out our Hyundai Buying & Selling Guide to get started or get in touch and we’ll walk you through it!.

  • Sold in: Brisbane

    2010 hyundai ix35 – sell my car


    2010 hyundai ix35 – sell my car
    Condition report – has no sunroof or Sat Nav. There is paint fading and light scratches on the bottom of the bumper. It needs a detail inside and out.
    Odometer reads – 125741 kms, Engine size 4, automatic transmission, seats 5, doors 5, 4×4 drive, petrol engine.
    It was bought in Brisbane, QLD 4814.
    Paid $7,200 cash for the car.


    The 2010 version of the Hyundai iX35 was the first of a lineup that expanded over the next five years. This variation was before the days of the turbo diesel SE and came in the original Active, Elite, and Highlander,

  • Sold in: Brisbane

    2008 Hyundai Tucson City SX Wagon MY7 Gold – Sell my Car


    2008 Hyundai Tucson City SX Wagon MY7 Gold – Sell my Car
    Odometer – 80,100   Engine Size 4, Manual,  5 Seats,  5 Doors,  Petrol,  Front wheel drive
    Condition Report on Car – No Sunroof, no leather, no sat nav, air conditioner compressor noisy, rear bull bar needs painting, needs a good detail inside and out side.
    Bought the car in Ningi QLD 4511
    Paid Cash for Car

  • Sold in: Brisbane

    2011 Hyundai I30 SX Red – Sell My Car


    2011 Hyundai I30 SX Red – Sell My Car
    Condition report – 2 small dents on the roof. Side mirrors require a repaint.
    Weather strips sun burnt and need replacing. Scratches on left rear of car.
    Front bumper bar has a dent and scratches.
    Service books, owners manual and spare key.
    Car purchased in Burpengary QLD.
    Car sold for cash.





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While many traffic regulations are constant across the cities in Australia, there are some variables. Brisbane has a few of it’s own unique rules that don’t tend to apply in other parts of the country. For instance, it is illegal to make a U-turn at a traffic light unless there is signage that specific indicates that it is permitted.

If you ever find that you haven’t noticed a speed limit in a while and you’re not totally confident that you’re staying within the limits, there are a few common limits that generally apply around the country. You can usually be safe in assuming that residential areas are 50km/hr. If you’re near a school zone during school hours, the limit usually drops to 40km/hr but make sure to take note of signage.

Aside from the actual road legislation, every town has its own culture around driving the local roads. In Brisbane, drivers generally make there way into the appropriate turning lane, with indication, well before the actual turn, to avoid dangerously cutting anyone off. If you’re accustomed to darting across the lanes at the last available moment, give yourself a little more transition time when driving in Brisbane so that other drivers are well aware of your movements.

Even if you’re born and raised in Brisbane, multi-lane roundabouts can be confusing. If you’re not totally sure what the rules are, just make sure you stay to the left if you’re exiting, and use indication wherever possible. If you’re in the wrong lane to exit, give yourself time and go all the way around so that you can exit properly. Take note of the signage upon entering the roundabout so you’re prepared for your exit.

Some of the Queensland roads surrounding Brisbane city have a rugged, outback feel to them, with equally rugged terrain. While potholes and wild animals can be a fun and exciting part of a scenic drive, they can also pose a danger to drivers. Dawn and dusk are the times when animals are most likely to be crossing the road, so make sure to keep your speed down and be on high alert. As long as you drive with caution, you should have no problem on these beautiful roads. If you’re keen to get out of the city, read on for some of our favourite scenic drives in the Brisbane area.

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Scenic Drives

If you’re selling your car in Brisbane and you need a good drive to break in your next car, then perhaps you’ll let us guide you on a stunning tour of the beauty that surrounds the city. In this article you’ll drive through over a thousand hectares of eucalyptus forest to the summit of Mt. Coot-tha, you’ll traverse the Moreton Bay by ferry to explore North Stradbroke Island, loop through Tambourine Mountain along the cool waters of Cedar Creek Rock Pools. If that isn’t enough then we’ll take you into Australia’s Green Cauldron to check out Mount Warning and the villages of the Great Dividing Range. Does that sound like your kind of ride? Check it out here.

Brisbane Sell My Car On The Way To Stradbroke Island

Have you just finished the “sell my car in Perth” steps and are now looking for a way to be vehicle-free in Melbourne? If that’s the case then we haven’t excluded you from our posts. In fact, this article highlights destinations purely for the public transporters. If that’s all new for you then we’ve included some information about how to obtain your pass for ferries, buses, trains etc. so you can get going today. There are local spots along the Brisbane River you can hit via the City Cat like the sparkling urban beach of Southbank, or you can head out to Moreton Bay on a water taxi with a group of friends. One train and a bus ride away is the quant and quirky town of Eumundi where you can browse the farmers’ markets or ride out to the sparkling beaches of Noosa Heads. If you’re excited about some car-free adventures, then check ’em out here.

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