Hyundai Investigation News
More than 1,300 Hyundai vehicles have burst into flames, now the government wants to know why. It’s about time. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was petitioned to look into these non-collision fires last June.
The … continue reading
Multiple State Attorneys are looking to turn up the heat on Hyundai and Kia. … continue reading
What are the odds that your **car will set itself on fire without ever being involved in a collision? Much higher than you’d think, especially if you’re one of these 3 million Hyundai and Kia owners. … continue reading
Apparently Hyundai’s latest seat belt recall did enough to satisfy the government, who announced they’re closing their recall.
NHTSA continued the investigation after the first recall because safety regulators believed a better fix should … continue reading
The government says they can’t find evidence of a safety defect with the electronic parking brake in the 2016 Sonata. They’ve closed their investigation.
Safety regulators knew that Hyundai had issued a technical service bulletin to dealer … continue reading
The feds are investigating why front passenger seat belts are detaching from their pretensioner during crashes involving the 2013 Sonata.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is looking into possible problems with the … continue reading
2012 Veloster owners should keep an eye out for a possible sunroof recall. Just keep that eye pointed down, or risk getting some glass in it.
The Office of Defects Investigation, a part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration … continue reading