Since their humble beginnings in 1967, the Hyundai Motor Company has grown to become one of the world’s largest automotive manufacturers. Based in South Korea with their headquarters in Seoul, Hyundai has a production capacity of 1.6 million automobiles. In 1986 Hyundai had begun to sell their cars in the United States, far exceeding their own expectations in terms of sales and being nominated as Best Product by Fortune magazine. Hyundai vehicles are now sold throughout 193 countries and the car
company employs some 75,000 people across the world through 5000 dealerships and showrooms.
Hyundai has also run a successful World Rally Championship team beginning in 1998. The Accent WRC model has since been hugely popular among many car rally enthusiasts.
Popular Car Models from Hyundai
The Ugly Side: Common Hyundai Car Problems Encountered
While Hyundai cars are loved for their reliability and affordability, they can also come with car repair issues that often brought up by Hyundai owners. Here are some of their most common issues:
Some owners of a 2011 Hyundai Sonata, for example, have come across major engine problems since their purchase. Complaints of faulty engine crankshaft bearings and complete engine failure have haunted Hyundai since this particular model was released.
Adding insult to injury, owners have also complained that their dealers and Hyundai corporate headquarters have not been much help in dealing with their complaints. With some owners having to spend up to $5,400 in repair cost alone, some dealers even claim that the issues had been a result of the
owners not taking proper care of their cars.
Due to faulty crankshaft bearings, catastrophic engine failure often occurred between 50 – 60 thousand miles in some models. Hyundai had then announced they were recalling around 470,000 Sonata models. Already hit by than one class action lawsuit, Hyundai is no doubt working around the clock to try and resolve these issues.
Do You Have a Bad Vehicle & is Your Hyundai a Lemon? We’ll Tell You!
If your new Hyundai automobile has been frequenting the service center at your dealership due to car repair problems or if your used Hyundai, purchased within 30 days is now throwing up issue after issue.
You may be able to seek compensation under the Florida state lemon law.
At BadVehicle.com, Jonathan D. Schwartz P.A., a reputable Florida lemon law lawyer, will provide a noobligation case review for free to help you understand if your Hyundai is covered under lemon laws in Florida. We always put our clients’ interest as our priority and will not falter when facing a trial case against prominent car dealerships or renowned vehicle manufacturers. What’s more, we will not charge you an attorney’s fee unless we win.
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