1st Generation Veloster in the News
Knock, knock – there’s a major defect in the 2013 Velostar’s engine management software.
A defect that manages to find a way to prematurely ignite the air/fuel mixture in 1.6-liter turbo engines. This puts way too much pressure on the cylin … continue reading
Hyundai has proposed a settlement that would offer owners extended coverage in case their sunroofs explode. … 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
Hyundai’s motion to dismiss a panoramic sunroof lawsuit was denied, at least partially.
Hyundai filed to dismiss the shattering sunroof lawsuit and the judge agreed to dismiss almost all the lawsuit except claims based on fraud…
The judge … 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
Hyundai has been sued because their sunroofs can explode without being struck by an object.
Plaintiff Billy Glenn filed the exploding sunroof lawsuit after the glass in his 2014 Santa Fe Sport exploded just months after purchasing the Hyun … continue reading
A quick update on a previous recall for busted sunroofs in the 2012 Veloster.
Hyundai originally recalled vehicles equipped with panoramic sunroofs and manufactured November 1, 2011, through April 17, 2012. The recall now includes vehicle … continue reading