Hyundai Lawsuit News
Hyundai is questioning the merits of a class-action lawsuit that says the 1.8L Nu engine is a ticking time bomb. … continue reading
Hyundai has proposed a settlement that would offer owners extended coverage in case their sunroofs explode. … continue reading
The 5th generation Elantra’s engine is making a ticking noise consistent with piston slap, according to a proposed class-action lawsuit.
Piston slap eventually leads to block damage, oil sludge, and complete engine failure. The lawsuitaccus … continue reading
Hyundai’s “smart trunk” is supposed to open all the way without using keys or pushing any buttons. However, a lawsuit alleges that while the trunk unlatches, it never really works as advertised.
Hyundai has marketed the Smart Trunk as a fe … continue reading
A peeling paint lawsuit has fallen apart after a judge’s recent dismissal.
The judge said this dismissal is with prejudice because the plaintiffs keep repeating the same allegations that were already dismissed.
In other words, the plainti … continue reading
Hyundai is being sued for using soy-based wire insulation that attracts rabbits, mice, squirrels and other creatures.
The Hyundai lawsuit alleges the automaker denies there is a problem by using the soy-based wiring and since no defect exi … continue reading
After more than 100 complaints submitted to safety regulators, a proposed class-action has been filed saying Hyundai steering wheels can lock up while driving.
The plaintiffs say the cars lose power steering without warning and make it imp … continue reading
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
A Santa Fe engine settlement for a lawsuit filed way back in 2014 has finally been approved by a judge.
The class-action lawsuit was filed by lead plaintiffs Julia Reniger and Greg Battaglia who claim their SUVs kept stalling without warni … continue reading
A Theta II engine settlement for Mendoza v. Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., et al. has been approved by the court.
A Hyundai Sonata class-action lawsuit will receive final approval after U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman said she sees no pro … continue reading
Hyundai motion to dismiss a panoramic sunroof lawsuit has been denied. The 2015 lawsuit says the sunroof glass can explode without warning.
The judge previously threw out some claims concerning unfair profit but allowed fraud claims to con … continue reading
A class-action lawsuit accuses Hyundai of failing to meet industry standards with their paint in the 2006-2016 Santa Fe, Sonata, and Elantra.
The plaintiffs say the self-healing process won't work if the scratch is deeper than a surface sc … continue reading
Contaminated oil is carrying metal shavings on a not-so-joyful ride through the Theta II engine leading to knocks, stalls, and eventual failures according to a recent class-action filed by a Sonata owner in California.
“[The plaintiff] bro … continue reading
Hyundai is being sued for permanently disabling Blue Link systems if a subscription has been inactive for more than one year.
The plaintiff claims on or about January 7, 2015, Hyundai notified owners of its Blue Link vehicles whose Blue Li … continue reading
For years, owners of 2010-2012 Santa Fe have been saying their engines can stall at any speed. Now the issue has found its way to court.
The lawsuit claims the dealer notification letter admits the SUVs can stall because a heavy load on th … continue reading