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
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
Multiple State Attorneys are looking to turn up the heat on Hyundai and Kia. … continue reading
Hyundai is recalling 120,000 Tucson SUVs because their oil pans can leak, damaging the engine or starting fires. … continue reading
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
Hyundai is recalling nearly 100,000 engines with fuel tubes that were misaligned, improperly tightened, or otherwise damaged during installation. … continue reading
A sunroof isn’t supposed to close when it detects an object in the way. However there’s an issue in the way the 2018 Elantra GT’s sunroof motor was programmed that could turn it into a slow, dull, but strong guillotine. … 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 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