That's a substantial amount of miles for a 1 year old model. You may want to look into the brake condition as they are fairly costly to replace at the dealership, but that is one incredible deal for a CPO. You've saved nearly $11,000 over new.
2010 GC 3.8 auto. 27839 mi. $20k. CPO.
Don't think OP mentioned if his car was base, GT or track. If base, that's not really a good deal and is more like only $4000 over new.You've saved nearly $11,000 over new.
Certified Pre-Owned cars get the balance of the 10/100k.Only down side of buying a used Hyundai is the power train warranty: 5 yr/60k. Not 10/100k