Did keyless remote com standard on the GLS models?

tucker_lumpy
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Asked by tucker_lumpy Feb 16, 2008 at 11:12 PM about the 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS 2.7L

Question type: General

I am purchasing a 2005 Santa Fe GLS.  The dealership says that it did not come with keyless remote.  I am fairly confident that keyless remote came standard.  Where would I look to find out?

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papa
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i belive it did,the sales men dont know squat about a car is useless to ask a question to one, rule of exception what is the price .

dvigano
10,995

If you're buying this car used the dealership will usually give you everything that was provided during the trade-in. They could also be leaving out the keyless remote to force you to purchase new key fobs. These can be rather expensive.

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Robert Stone
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On my 2007 it did, the only option I had was the auto trans.

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