Hyundai has proposed a settlement that would offer owners extended coverage in case their sunroofs explode.
If approved, the settlement would double the existing sunroof warranty, reimburse certain previously-paid expenses, and even offer cash to those that decide to sell their car within the next 90 days.keep reading article "Hyundai Has Offered to Settle an Expoding Sunroof Lawsuit Settlement And It’s Good News for Owners"
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 continue. Hyundai then asked the judge to whittle down the lawsuit even more by throwing out claims based on unjust enrichment, a request denied by the court.
keep reading article "Hyundai's Defective Panoramic Sunroof Lawsuit Will Continue in Court"
Hyundai also argued claims of an owner who said the vehicle was unmerchantable within the warranty period should be tossed, but the judge denied the request.
Hyundai’s motion to dismiss 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 said the plaintiffs can move forward based on claims of fraud and can amend the complaint if they want the judge to reconsider violations of consumer protection laws and unjust enrichment.
The lawsuit Billy Glenn v. Hyundai Motor America et al. still has life, but it’s up to the plaintiffs now if they want class-action certification.keep reading article "Panoramic Sunroof Class-Action Squeaks Past Hyundai’s Motion to Dismiss"
ndai 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 Hyundai. The sunroof was replaced, but Glenn claims the replacement sunroof also shattered and sent glass into the vehicle.
This is a Hyundai-only lawsuit, but not a Hyundai-only problem. Glass is heavy, temperamental, and doesn’t bend when you go over potholes. So until automakers stop replacing their roofs with glass, I don't see this problem going away.keep reading article "Hyundai Sued Because Their Sunroofs Can Suddenly Make it Rain Glass"
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 vehicles manufactured July 4, 2011, through October 31, 2011.
The total number of recalled vehicles is around 20,000.keep reading article "The Veloster Shattering Sunroof Recall Has Expanded"
Well, that didn’t take long.
Earlier this year the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) opened an investigation into shattering sunroofs in the 2012 Veloster. Now Hyundai has issued a recall for that exact problem.
According to official documents, Hyundai believes the sunroof glass may have been damaged during mechanical installation at the factory. Any damage to the glass can cause it to fracture and fail under pressure.…keep reading article "A Shattered Sunroof Recall Announced for 2012 Veloster Owners"
2012 Veloster owners should keep an eye out for a possible sunroof recall.
Just keep that eye pointed down, or risk getting some glass in it.keep reading article "NHTSA Wants to Know Why Veloster Sunroofs Keep Shattering"
The Office of Defects Investigation, a part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is taking a close look at the 2012 Hyundai Veloster after receiving 11 complaints that the sunroof exploded.…