Vehicle recalling would continue to occur until the automotive companies aren’t done with the precise manufacturing of their vehicles and that happening with Hyundai is not a shock and a hard to gulp thing and lately it recalled,
|Santa Fe Sport, 2013 to 2015|
|Hyundai Elantra, 2019 to 2020|
|Santa Fe Sport was recalled for a short circuit in the anti-lock braking system|
|Veloster, Kona, and Elantra are recalled for their wrongly induced piston rings causing a potential engine fire|
The potential number of vehicles including the likes of Hyundai Veloster, and Elantra are all together creating a whopping amalgamation of numerics that are 277,045 vehicles all-in-all.
According to NHTSA, the initial recall of 2013 to 2015 Santa Fe Sport Crossover took place, and the team NHTSA also claimed that there happened to be an error with the braking system and its related modules of ABS wherein the brake fluid of the vehicle can supposedly end up in a massive fire-catch.
The said ABS module of the said victimized vehicles would begin to be replaced nearly in the month of June this year and vehicle owners would be notified of the same.
The second major recall has taken place with the vehicles induced with the 2.0 liter, inline, 4 engine and those vehicles are,
|2019 to 2020, Hyundai Elantra|
|2019 to 2021, Hyundai Kona|
|2019 to 2021, Hyundai Veloster|
These said vehicles have been found with a wrong heated treatment to the piston rings that could probably be heating the exhaust components and the vehicle owners would be dropped with recall notice letters nearly in the month of June and the dealers could replace the engines of the vehicles because of some certain reasons.
Various other models of Hyundai Genesis, Kia, and other cars have recalled their cars for certain reasons and you can check the latest update on the NHTSA.
These are some of the dealers to consider for your Hyundai purchase, Millennium Hyundai, Feldman Hyundai Of New Hudson, and Auto Plaza St. Peters.