Hyundai Problems Tied to Lawsuits

Elantra Nu Engine Tick

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The 1.8L Nu engine has been ticking owners off with its constant ticks, connecting rod knocks, predispostion to engine bearing failure and problems with oil sludge. These problems all happen within Hyundai's 10-year / 100,000 mile warranty,…

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Rodents Chew Hyundai's Soy Wiring

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The wiring in cars used to be coated in a petroleum-based plastic, but recently automakers, including Hyundai, have switched to a soy-based material. The soy is biodegradable and helps keep plastic out of the landfill (yay!). Unfortunately …

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Panoramic Sunroof Explodes

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Hyundai refuses to acknowledge that their sunroofs have been exploding under normal driving conditions, but they’re offering plenty of coverage to owners if (or when) it happens thanks to a 2019 lawsuit settlement.

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Hyundai's Self-Peeling Paint

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Hyundai’s self-healing paint is advertised to heal minor scratches using a chemical compound called scratch recovery clear. However, owners content over time that same compound allows the paint to come off in large sheets.

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Hyundai Lawsuit News

Peeling Paint Lawsuit Dismissed

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A peeling paint lawsuit has been dismissed by a California district judge.

Whether Hyundai knew the paint was defective was a question because the automaker said third-party websites talked about the problems, but customers weren't complai … continue reading