3rd Generation Santa Fe in the News
Hyundai has proposed a settlement that would offer owners extended coverage in case their sunroofs explode. … 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
The 2018 Santa Fe Sport already has an airbag recall.
The side curtain airbag probably won't deploy properly to be able to protect an occupant. In addition, Hyundai says it can't guarantee the detached diffuser will remain in the airbag, a … continue reading
Hyundai has announced a recall of certain 2017 Santa Fe SUVs with 3.3-liter engines.
The automaker says the crankshaft assemblies may have been manufactured with irregularities in the crankshaft pins, something that can cause the engine be … 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
Out of 37 SUVs tested, only 2 earned the “good” badge during the IIHS’ headlight test, including the 2017 Santa Fe.
IIHS found that all the headlights that were rated good and acceptable have projector lenses and the three good-rated headl … continue reading