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Hello,

I'm looking to buy a used Plug In model, I'm trying to see which features came with each models before the 2019 refresh (most cars I'm looking at were bought in 2019, before the refresh).

Basically the equivalent of this table that we can see today (this one from the French website):
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After a few hours googling around I can't find it, curious if some people here had stored such file (usually PDF) when they were shopping for their car a few years ago.

Any country would do, I'm more interested in the different options for each model, as opposed to the price itself.

Thanks!
 

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Sorry, I'm afraid 'any country' won't do. The specifications are different between almost every country where the car is sold and varied wildly before and after the body refresh for the 2020 MY. It would be best if you could tell us where you live (just the country will do) and whether you're looking to buy a local car or import one from another country, and if so, where.

Then there may be someone here who can help
 
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Thanks @Steel188!
I did notice different names for different models in each country, though I assumed the specs would be the same, only the name would be different. Guess I was wrong.

I'm now looking in Estonia, like I said in the original post, these are used cars mostly from 2019 (so before the body refresh iiuc), mostly from Estonia except for one of the cars which is an import from Spain. In Estonia there seems to be only two models at present (from what I've gathered, it was the same before the refresh): "Comfort" (base model) and "Style" (with most features included).
 

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Whilst I cannot help with the spec sheets for Estonia, there may be others here who can. However, as you are looking to buy a car that is still well within its original warranty period, I would suggest you purchase you vehicle from an official Hyundai dealer, or from the top level of used vehicle dealers in your country (those that specialise in cars less than 3 years old) to maintain this peace of mind.

As Estonia has much harsher winters than Spain, I would always favour a vehicle that was originally supplied in your country as things that you can't see (and may not be listed on the spec sheets) will be adjusted to your climate. Also check that the car has all the servicing paperwork in order and up to date, along witrh the latest Firmware and Navigation updates.

Happy Hunting!
 

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Thanks for your advice Richard, that's really helpful :)
As an aside, do you happen to have the spec list for the UK for the older models? I'm curious of how the features have evolved, even I won't know the exact spec that was used in Estonia.
 
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