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Hyundai Error Codes

Hyundai Motor Company, often abbreviated to Hyundai Motors and commonly known as Hyundai, is a South Korean multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. Hyundai Motor Company was founded in 1967.


Automobile Error Codes

P0010  
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Variable valve timing actuator failure, Wiring issue 

P0011  
Camshaft variable timing solenoid failure, Engine oil level is too low, The engine is not timed correctly, The engine oil does not meet the manufacturer's requirements, Variable valve timing actuator failure, Worn timing chain 

P0012  
Camshaft variable timing solenoid failure, Engine oil level is too low, The engine is not timed correctly, The engine oil does not meet the manufacturer's requirements, Variable valve timing actuator failure, Worn timing chain 

P0013  
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Variable valve timing actuator failure, Wiring issue 

P0014  
Camshaft variable timing solenoid failure, Engine oil level is too low, The engine is not timed correctly, The engine oil does not meet the manufacturer's requirements, Variable valve timing actuator failure, Worn timing chain 

P0101  
Large vacuum leaks, Split Intake Air Boot or PCV Hose, Defective intake manifold gaskets, Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF), Mass Air Flow Sensor circuit and or wiring problems, Defective Barometric Pressure Sensor, Dirty or contaminated Mass Air Flow Sensing wire or filament, PCM software needs to be updated 

P0102  
The Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF) Sensor is unplugged or the wiring is damaged, Loose or corroded electrical terminals in the MAF Sensor circuit, Faulty MAF Sensor 

P0113  
Defective Intake Air Temperature Sensor, Dirty air filter, Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor, Faulty or corroded Intake Air Temperature Sensor wiring or connections 

P0128  
Defective Engine Thermostat, Defective Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Defective Intake Air Temperature Sensor, Defective Cooling System, Low Engine Coolant, Dirty Engine Coolant causing incorrect Coolant Temperature Sensor readings, Defective/always running Engine Cooling fan(s) 

P0135  
Defective Oxygen Sensor/Air Fuel Ratio Sensor, defective Oxygen Sensor/Air Fuel Ratio Sensor Heater Circuit, Exhaust System Leak, Intake Air System leak, Low Fuel Pressure, Defective Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Defective sensor wiring and/or circuit problem, PCM software needs to be updated, Defective PCM 

P0171  
Control module software needs to be updated, Vacuum leaks (intake manifold gaskets, vacuum hoses, PCV hoses, etc.), Mass air flow sensor, Plugged fuel filter or weak fuel pump, Plugged or dirty fuel injectors 

P0174  
PCM software needs to be updated, Vacuum leaks (Intake Manifold Gaskets, vacuum hoses, PCV hoses, etc.), Faulty Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor, Plugged Fuel Filter or weak Fuel Pump, Plugged or dirty Fuel Injectors 

P0200  
Defective Fuel Injector, Faulty or corroded Fuel Injector, wiring, and/or connections, Plugged Fuel Injector, Dirt in the Fuel Injector 

P0201  
Defective Fuel Injector, Faulty or corroded Fuel Injector, wiring, and/or connections, Plugged Fuel Injector, Dirt in the Fuel Injector 

P0202  
Malfunction of the Fuel Injector, Malfunction of the PCM Fuel Injector driver circuit, Defective wiring/connections in the Fuel Injector wiring harness, Defective Fuel Injector power circuit(s) 

P0203  
Fuel injector failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P0205  
Fuel injector failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P0300  
Worn out spark plugs, ignition wires, coil(s), distributor cap and rotor (when applicable), Incorrect ignition timing, Vacuum leak(s), Low or weak fuel pressure, Improperly functioning EGR system, Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor, Defective Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor, Defective Throttle Position Sensor, Mechanical engine problems (i.e.—low compression, leaking head gasket(s), or valve problems) 

P0301  
Worn out spark plugs, ignition wires, coil(s), distributor cap and rotor (when applicable), Incorrect ignition timing, Vacuum leak(s), Low or weak fuel pressure, Improperly functioning EGR system, Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor, Defective Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor, Defective Throttle Position Sensor, Mechanical engine problems (i.e.—low compression, leaking head gasket(s), or valve problems) 

P0302  
Worn out spark plugs, ignition wires, coil(s), distributor cap and rotor (when applicable), Incorrect ignition timing, Vacuum leak(s), Low or weak fuel pressure, Improperly functioning EGR system, Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor, Defective Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor, Defective Throttle Position Sensor, Mechanical engine problems (i.e.—low compression, leaking head gasket(s), or valve problems) 

P0303  
Worn out spark plugs, ignition wires, coil(s), distributor cap and rotor (when applicable), Incorrect ignition timing, Vacuum leak(s), Low or weak fuel pressure, Improperly functioning EGR system, Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor, Defective Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor, Defective Throttle Position Sensor, Mechanical engine problems (i.e.—low compression, leaking head gasket(s), or valve problems) 

P0304  
Worn out spark plugs, ignition wires, coil(s), distributor cap and rotor (when applicable), Incorrect ignition timing, Vacuum leak(s), Low or weak fuel pressure, Improperly functioning EGR system, Defective Mass Air Flow Sensor, Defective Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor, Defective Throttle Position Sensor, Mechanical engine problems (i.e.—low compression, leaking head gasket(s), or valve problems) 

P0401  
Restriction in the EGR passages, usually caused by carbon buildup, The EGR Valve is defective, Lack of proper vacuum or electrical signal to the EGR valve, Malfunctioning EGR Vacuum supply solenoid, Lack of proper EGR system feedback to the computer from the: Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (MAP), Differential EGR Pressure Feedback Sensor (DPFE), EGR Valve Position Sensor (EVP), EGR Temperature Sensor 

P0420  
Inefficient Catalytic Converter(s), Defective Front or Rear Oxygen Sensor(s), Misfiring engines 

P0430  
Defective Catalytic Converter, Internal engine damage resulting in high oil consumption and/or a leaking Head Gasket has damaged the Catalytic Converter 

P0440  
Missing fuel cap, Defective or damaged fuel cap, Distorted or damaged Fuel Tank Filler Neck, Torn or punctured Evaporative system hose(s), Defective Fuel Tank Sending Unit gasket or seal, Split or damaged Carbon Canister, Defective Evaporative Vent Valve and/or Evaporative Purge Valve, Defective or damaged fuel tank 

P0441  
Missing fuel cap, Stuck open or closed purge valve, Defective or damaged fuel cap, Distorted, damaged or cracked Fuel Tank Filler Neck, Torn or punctured Evaporative system hose(s), Defective Fuel Tank Sending Unit gasket or seal, Split or damaged Carbon Canister, Defective Evaporative Vent Valve, Defective or damaged fuel tank 

P0442  
Defective or damaged fuel cap, Distorted or damaged Fuel Tank Filler Neck, Small tear or puncture in the Evaporative system hose(s) and/or Carbon Canister, Defective Fuel Tank Sending Unit gasket or seal, Small split in a seam of the Carbon Canister, Defective Evaporative Vent Valve and/or Evaporative Purge Valve, Defective or damaged Fuel Tank, Defective Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor, Defective Leak Detection Pump, Slightly loose and/or worn clamps or hardened O-rings anywhere in the EVAP system 

P0455  
Missing fuel cap, Defective or damaged fuel cap, Distorted or damaged Fuel Tank Filler Neck, Torn or punctured Evaporative system hose(s), Defective Fuel Tank Sending Unit gasket or seal, Split or damaged Carbon Canister, Defective Evaporative Vent Valve and/or Evaporative Purge Valve, Defective or damaged fuel tank, Defective Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor 

P0500  
Defective Vehicle Speed Sensor, Defective Speedometer, Vehicle Speed Sensor wiring or connector, Communication (CAN) bus problems, Defective transmission or differential Vehicle Speed Sensor drive gear 

P0501  
Defective Vehicle Speed Sensor, Defective Speedometer, Vehicle Speed Sensor wiring or connector, Communication (CAN) bus problems, Defective transmission or differential Vehicle Speed Sensor drive gear 

P0505  
Defective Idle Air Control Motor, Intake Manifold Vacuum leaks, Carbon buildup in the Throttle Body air passages 

P0506  
Defective/sticking Idle Air Control Motor, Intake Manifold Vacuum leaks, Carbon buildup in the Throttle Body air passages, Defective Power Steering Pressure Switch 

P0507  
Defective/sticking Idle Air Control Motor, Intake Manifold Vacuum leaks, Carbon buildup in the Throttle Body air passages, Defective Coolant Temperature Sensor, Defective Charging System/Alternator, Defective Power Steering Pressure Switch 

P0600  
Defective PCM (Power Train Control Module), Defective PCM data bus wiring/connections, Defective PCM data bus ground circuit(s), Defective PCM or other control module controlled output devices, Defective CAN bus communication 

P0601  
Lack of proper voltage to the PCM, Defective PCM memory module, Defective PCM ground circuit(s), Defective PCM controlled output devices 

P0602  
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P0603  
Lack of proper voltage to the Keep Alive Memory connection on the PCM, Defective PCM Keep Alive Memory Module (KAM), Defective PCM ground circuit(s), Defective PCM controlled output devices 

P0605  
Lack of proper voltage and/or ground to the PCM, Defective PCM ROM memory module, Defective PCM ground circuit(s), Defective PCM controlled output devices 

P0700  
Defective Shift Solenoids, Defective Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Defective Valve Body, Dirty transmission fluid that restricts the hydraulic passages 

P0705  
Defective Transmission Range Sensor (PRNDL input), Defective Transmission Range Sensor (PRNDL input) wiring or connector, Defective Valve Body, Defective manual shift valve linkage, Dirty transmission fluid that restricts the hydraulic passages 

P0706  
Defective Transmission Range Sensor (PRNDL input), Defective Transmission Range Sensor (PRNDL input) wiring or connector, Defective Valve Body, Defective manual shift valve linkage, Dirty transmission fluid that restricts the hydraulic passages 

P0720  
Defective Output Speed Sensor, Defective Shift Solenoids, Defective Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Defective Valve Body, Dirty transmission fluid that restricts the hydraulic passages, Defective Output Speed Sensor wiring or connector 

P0730  
Defective Shift Solenoids, Defective Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Defective Valve Body, Dirty transmission fluid that restricts the hydraulic passages 

P0841  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission fluid pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P0842  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission fluid pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P0845  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission fluid pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P0846  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission fluid pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P0847  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission fluid pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P0901  
Clutch master cylinder failure, Clutch solenoid failure, Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure 

P0935  
Hydraulic power unit assembly failure, Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P0942  
Hydraulic power unit assembly failure, Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P0944  
Clogged transmission filter, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission oil pump failure, Wiring issue 

P0961  
Transmission shift solenoid failure 

P0A08  
Inverter/converter assembly failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P0A0D  
High voltage safety device failure, Inverter/converter assembly failure, Power management control module failure, Service disconnect plug is not properly connected, Wiring issue 

P0A0F  
Hybrid transaxle assembly failure, Internal engine failure, Power management control module failure 

P0A7F  
Poor connections at the HV battery, A problem with the HV battery, ECU issues 

P0A80  
High voltage battery assembly failure 

P0B22  
Battery contactor assembly failure, Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) failure 

P0B24  
Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) failure, High voltage battery assembly failure, Wiring issue 

P0B26  
Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) failure, High voltage battery assembly failure, Wiring issue 

P0B28  
Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) failure, High voltage battery assembly failure, Wiring issue 

P0B30  
Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) failure, High voltage battery assembly failure, Wiring issue 

P0C00  
Drive motor generator power inverter control module failure 

P0C09  
Drive motor generator assembly failure, Drive motor generator power inverter control module failure 

P0C11  
Coolant system leak, Drive motor generator power inverter control module failure, Engine cooling fan failure, Water pump failure 

P0C14  
Coolant system leak, Drive motor generator power inverter control module failure, Engine cooling fan failure, Water pump failure 

P0C15  
Coolant system leak, Drive motor generator power inverter control module failure, Engine cooling fan failure, Water pump failure 

P2000  
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) failure, Intake air leak, Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor is dirty/loss of calibration 

PP2002  
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) failure, Intake air leak, Mass Airflow (MAF) sensor is dirty/loss of calibration 

P2004  
A failed IMRC actuator, A problem with the intake manifold or linkage, Wiring issues 

P2006  
Intake manifold runner control actuator failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Restricted vacuum lines 

P2101  
Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) assembly failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Throttle control motor failure, Wiring issue 

P2122  
Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) assembly failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Throttle control motor failure, Wiring issue 

P2135  
Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) assembly failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) failure, Wiring issue 

P2138  
Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) assembly failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) failure, Wiring issue 

P2181  
Engine coolant heater failure, Engine coolant level is too low, Thermostat failure 

P2210  
NOx sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2213  
NOx sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2237  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2238  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2251  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2302  
Ignition coil failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2303  
Ignition coil failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2305  
Ignition coil failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2308  
Ignition coil failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2310  
Ignition coil failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2401  
Evap leak detection pump failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2402  
Evap leak detection pump failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2422  
EVAP vent valve failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2431  
Air control solenoid failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Secondary Air System pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P2432  
Air control solenoid failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Secondary Air System pressure sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P2500  
Alternator failure, Battery failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2501  
Alternator failure, Battery failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2503  
Alternator failure, Battery failure, Wiring issue 

P2509  
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) power relay failure, Wiring issue 

P250C  
Oil level sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2601  
Coolant Heat Storage (CHS) water pump failure, Coolant Heat Storage (CHS) water pump relay, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2607  
Intake air heater, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2609  
Intake air heater, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2610  
An internal PCM problem, A problem with the PCM power or ground circuit 

P2614  
Broken tone ring, Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2706  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission shift solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2711  
Internal transmission failure, Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2714  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission shift solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2716  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission shift solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2723  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission shift solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2803  
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission range sensor failure, Wiring issue 

P2806  
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission range sensor failure, Transmission range sensor is out of adjustment, Wiring issue 

P2809  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission pressure control solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2810  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission pressure control solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2815  
Transmission Control Module (TCM) failure, Transmission fluid level is low, Transmission pressure control solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

P2A00  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2A01  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2A03  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2A04  
Exhaust leak, Oxygen sensor failure, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Wiring issue 

P2BA8  
Faulty NOx Sensors, NOx Sensors harness is open or shorted, NOx Sensors circuit poor electrical connection, Fualty Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) 

P3000  
Fuel level is too low, High voltage battery assembly failure, High voltage battery is not sufficiently charged 

P3100  
High voltage powertrain control module failure 

P3400  
Faulty Cylinder Deactivation System/td> 

P3401  
Engine oil level is too low, Powertrain Control Module (PCM) failure, Variable valve timing solenoid failure, Wiring issue 

B0081  
Wiring issues, Control module problems, A problem with the airbag 

C0040  
A faulty wheel speed sensor, A problem with the wheel speed sensor circuit, Reluctor issues, A problem with the ABS module 

U0001  
A faulty wheel speed sensor, A problem with the wheel speed sensor circuit, Reluctor issues, A problem with the ABS module 

U0073  
A faulty control module, A problem with the CAN bus 

U0100  
A faulty PCM, A problem with the control module circuit, A problem with the CAN bus 

U0107  
A dead battery, A faulty TAC module, A problem with TAC module circuit, A problem with the CAN bus 

U0121  
A dead battery, A faulty ABS module, A problem with ABS module circuit, A problem with the CAN bus 

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Product Reviews:

I recently purchased a 2013 Hyundai Elantra and I was sold a higher model w
I recently purchased a 2013 Hyundai Elantra and I was sold a higher model which cost me an additional $1,700 + taxes as I required the Bluetooth technology for my cell phone as I conduct work in my car. I was assured it works with all cell phone models and after purchasing the vehicle, the option does not work with my Blackberry 9900. After researching the issue, it is a known problem that Hyundai Canada is aware of. Despite contacting them and sending in a formal complaint to their customer relations department, they refuse to do anything to remedy the situation. I’m very dissatisfied and I will never recommend a Hyundai to anyone I know. I am disappointed with the fact that the product doesnt work (doesnt synch). But what is more upsetting is that they simply brush me off and refuse to find me a suitable solution. I will be forced to go purchase a new device and incur additional charges (~$700) just so I am able to use their Bluetooth technology with a phone model that their product is compatible with.
Published: September 26, 2012
Tasso of Saint-Laurent, QC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Purchased car new in March 2013. Had towed to shop for repairs when brakes
Purchased car new in March 2013. Had towed to shop for repairs when brakes failed in May 2013. Received car back in June 2013. Car ran well, battery charged correctly and all was good for awhile. Car started to shudder/jerk a little at takeoffs from a stop again. Light and sporadic. August more frequent, September it worsened and October it had gotten bad again. End of October 2013, left my home and the car shuddered at start and went about 60 ft to stop sign again and breaks locked up solid, no lights or warnings on dash. It happened again at third stop sign! (still with-in two blocks of home). Forget the errand now just have to get it home and call for tow. Pulled out into highway in left turn so I can get home easily, and car stops locked up solid in middle of turn and road. Loaded log truck heading towards me and I cannot get car to move. Took several stomps on accelerator peddle to get it to finally crawl forward. Crash avoided but the grill filled the entire passenger window and then some. Got car home and towed to dealership the following Monday morning the 4th of November 2013. Dealership said they could not duplicate, but had huge data software upgrade for car. This was supposed to be done the first time. I told them on Monday I was not getting back into car period. Now in contact and waiting just a few more days before formal full-out legal battle begins. Hyundai has known about this life threatening safety issue for years and instead of fixing has only made it worse. Do your research before buying. I will be doing a lot more in-depth search prior any future purchase.
Published: November 13, 2013
Sam of Hoquiam, WA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Bought 2012 Genesis in July 2012. By Nov. 2012 noted rough ride on freeway
Bought 2012 Genesis in July 2012. By Nov. 2012 noted rough ride on freeway and streets with small bumps or cracks would feel like car bottomed out with absolutely no Shock Sense which is still a problem today. Right veering/pull to right very minimal at first but now able to change lanes within approximately 3 seconds. Always told no issue found until recently. After researching the pulling to the right issue, many Genesis and other Hyundai cars have this issue, either right or left. Got Hyundai corporate involved and last time in shop for alignment issue, I drove with service tech to show pulling right issue. He agreed it did pull (same tech who 2 months earlier said there was no pull and even hinges was within specs).There is a Hyundai TSB for 2012 year put out in March of 2012 for alignment issue and how to evaluate it. Right front camber always in negative. Also excessive wear on right front tire even though rotated regularly. Black soot on tailpipe within a few months of having car, always told all OK. On looking up gdi 3.8 engines found this is a problem with need to use top tier gas and supposedly will need to clean intake valves, etc. Just research on Internet very interesting articles about gdi engines. Bluetooth drops phones and have to pair again with different name for phone. Just replaced carbon filter in fuel tank as on filling up gas pump constantly clicking off taking 15 minutes or so to fill up. Hyundai blamed veering to right in December 2015 on radial pull due to bad new tire or tires. We got second opinion from other alignment store and then obtained from where tires purchased. No radial pull noted, suspected strut and camber as camber in negative.Hyundai stated had to tweet subfamily on right to get right camber within specs. Interesting. Still have minimal pull to right but now dont change lanes within 3 seconds or less. For the paint chipping, we scratched or scuffed it up which is not true. We saw the exact same car color and year with the same problem on the frame under the driver door sill. Immediate response from Corporate and about week from their regional manager. Would definitely not buy another Hyundai. So fed up with this.
Published: February 15, 2016
Anna of Oxnard, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

In July, our car broke down in Georgia. We live in New Jersey. We had Roads
In July, our car broke down in Georgia. We live in New Jersey. We had Roadside Assistance bring it to the nearest dealership. The dealership told us it was our transmission but the car was still under warranty. It took five days to get a rebuilt transmission and put it in. In the meantime, we were stuck in Georgia. I was told to send originals of my expenses to Roadside Assistance. It cost me over $700.00 for hotel, rental car and food for five days. They only reimbursed me $300.00, which they said was the max amount. So why bother telling people to send in the receipts for hotel, food and car rental?While we were driving home, we heard a rattling noise that wasnt there before. I called Global Hyundai in Plainfield when we got home and explained the situation. They said they would have to charge us to diagnose the car because they hadnt done the original repair. I called Hyundai Corp. and they said that wasnt right, to have Global call them, but before we had a chance, the trans went again. I had it towed to Global and they they said they fixed the problem. They wouldnt address the rattling noise unless I paid for it because they said it had nothing to do with the trans. I dont know how they knew this since they never diagnosed the problem. We have had the car back one week and the trans went again. They said we need to upgrade the trans and that we would have to pay for it. I called Hyundai Corp. again and they said the trans computer should have been updated when they replaced the trans in Georgia and that they would call Global to tell them to fix it at no cost to us. This has been a horrible experience and I would never buy another Hyundai again or any car for that matter from Global Auto Mall in Plainfield, NJ.
Published: October 8, 2013
Lucy of Bernardsville, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchase a 2020 Hyundai Kona, in Aug 2020, and the exterior black trim ar
I purchase a 2020 Hyundai Kona, in Aug 2020, and the exterior black trim around the doors, windows and rear liftgate have faded! I took it to the dealership and was accused of waxing them, thus making them fade? Does that make sense? I called the Hyundai customer care department and opened a case only to be told you waxed it and they will not do anything about it! I didnt wax them, but now I have to live with it. BEWARE OF HYUNDAI PRODUCTS! I have the 2020 Kona Ultimate with faded black trim! The family that they claim you belong once you purchase a Hyundai doesnt exist!
Published: January 23, 2021
Darrell of Parkton, NC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I am beyond disappointed and disgusted with the customer service and system
I am beyond disappointed and disgusted with the customer service and system that takes place for recall and warranty work. My engine light began flashing Friday morning and I instantly called my “home” dealership to inquire what to do. They said to pull over and not drive it any further and to contact roadside assistance to have it towed to the nearest Hyundai dealership. I did just that. My vehicle is a 2017, but purchased brand new March 2018. I am well under the 100,000 km/ 5 year warranty. Once we arrived at the dealership to get things rolling, I was informed that my vehicle has an engine recall - thanks for the notice in the mail on that one, Hyundai - NOT. So that was a major surprise to hear. I get back to work and receive a phone call from service that my engine failed all diagnostic tests and that I needed a new engine altogether. I confirmed all my services have been done through Sherwood Park Hyundai, so they said, Great, we’ll get them to send over your records and send everything off to Hyundai Canada for approval and get you a rental. I expressed how much I required a rental, as I am 8 months pregnant and my husband is not available to be driving me to and from work. They told me by Monday or Tuesday they would know the status of the engine and we can do the rental car. I had to call Monday afternoon for an update, she informed me that nothing had been approved yet, but by Tuesday we’d know. I once again explain the need for the rental. Received no phone call Tuesday, so at 2:45 pm I called them, again. Once again told Hyundai Canada still didn’t approve the warranty for the engine. Not only is this a RECALL, but I am under warranty. They then said I could pay $40/ day for a rental through them and once warranty was approved, they’d take it over. I asked if I’d be reimbursed, they said no. So Hyundai wants me to not only pay my bi-weekly payments on a vehicle I can’t drive, but also pay out of pocket for a rental when it should have already been dealt with and set up. RIDICULOUS. Having a vehicle gets me to my place of employment, which allows me to pay you people for the vehicle sitting in one of your dealerships waiting for an engine on a basically still new vehicle. They were not willing to a single thing to help me out. I will never be buying a Hyundai again. My husband is already looking at getting rid of his also due this service. I owned 3 Chevy’s prior to the Tucson thinking it was a good move. Worst decision and full regret. Things started great with Hyundai and has plummeted over the years. Whenever my vehicle was in the shop with Chevy they ensured they had a fleet/lot vehicle available to me to drive. When I had to get warranty work done and they required to keep my vehicle for 3 days, they had a rental available to me instantly. Odd, they had no issue getting me in a rental ASAP. Hyundai, you are beyond disappointing and I am disgusted with your customer service.
Published: March 23, 2022
Torie of Fort Saskatchewan, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Love this Hyundai SUV! We have over 200,000 miles on it and it just keeps g
Love this Hyundai SUV! We have over 200,000 miles on it and it just keeps going and going! Weve gone on many road trips and it handles like a dream. Weve traveled from CA to Florida a couple of times and never any problems. The car holds all our luggage on road trips, keeps us protected and fun to drive. I love the heater/air conditioner, smooth ride, the rear seat folds down to hold our luggage on long trips and for any big items we may buy and very comfortable to sleep in if we need to. But I wish they would make it a little better on mileage.
Published: June 20, 2018
Linda of Waxahachie, TX
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I have a 2011 Hyundai Accent which I bought April 1st 2011. Since I bought
I have a 2011 Hyundai Accent which I bought April 1st 2011. Since I bought it, I have had issues with the rubber around the outside of the windshield, which started coming off 2 months after I bought it. I have had to get it fixed twice. The first time they glued it back, it came off again. The second time, they replaced the whole piece. Now December 2011, it is coming off again! Im going on my third time. Then in August, I found out that it came misaligned from the factory and the dealers solution was to put a shim so they could go in and align it properly, that took 2 months to fix and now my tires are warped because of it! By the way, Im still waiting for new tires and it is now December! I spoke to the dealership in order to look at my options, because I no longer want this car. I dont want to deal with the hassle of repeated maintenance (its a brand new car!) and the solution to my lemon is to trade it in so they can squeeze more money out of me for a car that Ive had for 8 months! This was my first brand new car ever. How disappointing. My old 98 Ford Escort gave me less trouble than this. 5 times to get your brand new car fixed in the span of 8 months! What a mistake. Never again!
Published: December 9, 2011
Mila of Pickering, ON
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I just bought a 2013 Hyundai Sonata. The steering wheel locks (and clamps d
I just bought a 2013 Hyundai Sonata. The steering wheel locks (and clamps down electronically where you have to be strong to turn wheel to turn key) and I cant start the car. I need another person to turn the steering wheel because it locks so hard. I have been stranded twice where I needed help. Hyundai wont stand behind fixing it. They say it is the way it is designed. Something should be done about it. I had it in service a few times. I have a car that will not run. And when it does, it has the roughest ride of any car I ever had, especially on the freeways. I am 87 years old and between the rough ride and now this starting problem, Im very upset that I have to fight to get my money back. This should be a recall item. What do we do? Doesnt implied warranty state that I will get a car that I can start and that I wouldnt be stranded in 105 deg. heat like I did? It is a serious health and safety Issue.
Published: June 27, 2013
Anthony of Banning, CA
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I purchased a new Hyundai Elantra 1 year ago, drove just over 20,000 highwa
I purchased a new Hyundai Elantra 1 year ago, drove just over 20,000 highway miles; and already the tires need to be replaced! When I bought the car, all the salesman (Murdock Hyundai in Murray, Utah) could do was say how dependable and reliable everything on the Elantra is now. He was right, except for the tires!
Published: November 20, 2014
Bruce of West Jordan, UT
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My brand new 2022 leased Hyundai Tucson is quoted to get up to 35 mpg on Hy
My brand new 2022 leased Hyundai Tucson is quoted to get up to 35 mpg on Hyundais website. I have proof of 14-16 mpg. Dealership wont look at car because a Light isnt on. Manager hung up and general manager said call Hyundai. Another option was to face penalty to turn the lease in and pay to lease another. This car is a lemon and you cant get any help.
Published: January 28, 2022
MaryAnn of Ada, MI
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I purchased my preowned car Aug 2013 at Long Island City, NY and I must say
I purchased my preowned car Aug 2013 at Long Island City, NY and I must say that since day one I have had many problems with it. It all started with the wheels making a very loud noise then it escalated, and all the problems were because of recalls. I tried having the dealership exchange my car, and they refused so I ended up with a lemon car then I relocated to Ithaca, and of course my engine seized, and since I have been out here my car has been in and out of the shop. I must say they all been great but I should not continue to have problems with it. Car is paid in full and its only been six years that I have this car and my experience has been the worst. My car came out the last week Monday and I drove it back to New York City, and it didnt seized or shutdown on me but it still dont drive as it should. Smh no good! I been saying it since day one that I got stuck with a lemon car even the body is not aligned smh. Single mom always stressed that I will get stuck in the middle of nowhere with my 8 yrs old daughter. Its so wrong! What a waste of my hard earned money. Im hoping to win the lottery to buy myself a new car that I can drive and enjoy it.
Published: July 30, 2019
Laura of Ithaca, NY
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My wife, 64, was driving out one owner Hyundai Accent on a private road abo
My wife, 64, was driving out one owner Hyundai Accent on a private road about 15MPH when the airbags suddenly deployed without any impact occurring to the vehicle. My wife received severe bruises on both arms and the face and the windshield was shattered by impact from the passenger side airbag deployment. We were fortunate as she was going very slowly and there was no other traffic... Had she been in busy traffic or on an interstate, there would probably have been a major collision and severe injury or possible death. Hyundai local dealership (Perkins Motors of Colorado Springs) was appraised of the problem but refused to do anything. When we contacted Hyundai HQ consumer affairs we were told that they would send us a packet of papers to be filled out and returned to them. They would then let us know in six or eight weeks whether they would do anything. The car is undriveable... And my wife will never drive it again after the scare she received together with the potential for a much more horrible outcome than actually occurred.Hyundai seems to have no interest in seeing the vehicle and figuring out what may have gone wrong and whether it might be a risk factor for other owners as well, despite the obvious implications of consumer risk when airbags inflate without any cause. I volunteered to haul the car to the local dealership at my own expense and inconvenience and they responded that they would not look at it even if I did so unless I agreed to pay for all repairs in advance. One would think that they would care to find out what might have gone wrong. All in all, it has been a horrible experience and the worst customer service I have ever experienced. Note to all Hyundai owners: I would have to recommend that you NOT drive your vehicles as the potential for a major accident is very real and, like other manufacturers in the past, Hyundai seems to feel no sense of urgency in finding out what the core problem is and fixing it.
Published: October 9, 2014
Kenneth of Woodland Park, CO
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I have a Hyundai i20 Sportz CRDI 2011 model. I just met an accident. I hit
I have a Hyundai i20 Sportz CRDI 2011 model. I just met an accident. I hit a post and my car flew for about 15 meters and landed in a pit. My car landed on its radiator, but the airbag didnt open. When I asked the dealer, he said that the impact was not on the sensing limit of the sensor. Please, tell me the sensing limit of the airbag. What should I do?
Published: October 26, 2011
Naren of Chennai, AL
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I purchased the 2013 Elantra in March 2014. The clutch seemed difficult to
I purchased the 2013 Elantra in March 2014. The clutch seemed difficult to me but I hoped it would be okay, thinking it was probably just my imagination. Yesterday early AM the clutch went out completely. I gave up AAA for the Hyundai roadside and waited 4 miserable hours for them to tow me to the dealer...only to learn the clutch is not covered under their great Warranty. I was like a wild woman at that point...they did give me a loaner car but my problem is still pending with the Hyundai regional Office... I used the problems everyone else here is having as ammunition because if they dont cover the clutch...I am not taking the vehicle back...period...
Published: December 27, 2014
Karen of Lantana, FL
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I purchased a 2019 Hyundai Tucson Ultimate about two weeks ago. The first w
I purchased a 2019 Hyundai Tucson Ultimate about two weeks ago. The first week I had it I noticed when it was in the sun the back bumper and lift gate had these 3D swirls in the Black Noir Pearl paint. The dealership had the car redone with Zurche but still had the same issue. I took it back to the dealer and they had someone buff the entire car. This made the situation worse as the marks were still in the paint and he did a poor job detailing the car. I took the car home and spent 3 hours detailing the car myself to fix the issue from the detailer. Regardless to say the marks are still there. My wife noticed today that I have a big scratch under the spoiler. The dealership was going to allow me to pick another car, but they did not have any and it had to be today. So to make a long story short I wish they would just take the car from me like I never bought it. Very dissatisfied customer for a car that is only 2 weeks old when it was valued at 35 thousand dollars.
Published: January 11, 2019
ANGELO of Myrtle Beach, SC
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I just bought a 2016 Tucson. From I bought that Car I have been going back
I just bought a 2016 Tucson. From I bought that Car I have been going back and forth to the shop with different issues. The AC or heat was not working. The latch of hood needed to be replace and now the cruise would stop with me stopping the car. I was in the middle of traffic when car stop. I had my young kids in the car when the car would not move. I had to turn off car then turn on for the car to move. The car kept on doing it. I took it to the shop. Now I have to wait 4 weeks to get my car back cause Hyundai dont know whats the problem. But yet still I was told several people complaining about same issue. If you have a 2016 Tucson please be careful. Its not safe.
Published: August 4, 2016
Rhonie of Tobyhanna, PA
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I would like to highlight that I have a very bad experience with the qualit
I would like to highlight that I have a very bad experience with the quality of tyres Verna is using. Verna was one the cars I always wanted and finally one year back I bought it. However, I did not know that it uses some bad quality tyres. I was travelling from Indore to Pune on 2nd June 2019, when the tyre (Front Left side) of my car (Hyundai verna SX (O)) got burst and I had near escape from death. My spouse got hurt on her head and eyes. I was driving at a speed of maximum 50kmph, as it was a single road, between Rajgurunagar and Chakan. The Front Tyre (left side) suddenly got burst.On contacting the service management of Hyundai and Hankok (tyre manufacturer/dealer), they said it is a cut on the side wall and its not a fault of tyre and denied my request of replacing it. My point is such expensive and big cars who can run at around 140kmph, should have such bad quality tyres and risk life of the customers. OR, should they provide any better reliable and trusted brand. For instance, even I say, there was an impact on tyre, should the tyre easily gets burst. I have another car - Chevrolet Beat and used Bridgestone, MRF for last 10 years not. Have gone on potholes on highways on speed as fast as 100kmp, but never had this experience. This clearly shows the quality of tyres.
Published: June 11, 2019
Prateek of Maharashtra, Other
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I bought a new 2016 Hyundai Veloster in June 2017. This bad smell would com
I bought a new 2016 Hyundai Veloster in June 2017. This bad smell would come and go. At that point youd smell the damp smell on your clothes and hair the test of the day. Well that week in June there had been lots of rain, car smell came back. Took the car to the dealership on July 24 for oil change. 25th took the car in for them to investigate the smell. Had a water leak at the roof of the car, where the seal didnt bond the glass roof to the frame. Water had gotten into the car and floor was soaked. Him ** ordered a new roof, carpet, Sun visors, and headliner. Called me to come pick up the car. The car still had the smell. I know firsthand I smelt like the car many off times. Had to go in public smelling like sour mildew from this car. I wasnt happy. Manufacturer refused to stand by its product by honoring what was wrong. Ruet treated me like it was my fault something was wrong with the car. The car needed everything material and electric replaced.She even contacted the dealership to see if the car was drivable with the mold and mildew. My health wasnt an issue to them. The Veloster roofs can leak and cause mold and mildew and that horrible smell. Clothes ruined by that smell. Cant get them rid of the smell as they sat in the car as my back up clothes from walking. I still have the paperwork from the car that smells and it was in the glove box.
Published: October 10, 2017
Claire of Lugoff, SC
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I purchased my 2005 Hyundai Tuscon new from the Kolar Hyundai dealership ba
I purchased my 2005 Hyundai Tuscon new from the Kolar Hyundai dealership based primarily on the advertised warranty coverage of 10 years and 100,000 miles bumper-to-bumper as they advertised it (it’s still under a warranty plus program which I did have to pay for). Since then my Tuscon is in need of a bearing replacement on the left rear tire (it has seized). When I called the dealership, I was told they would not tow the vehicle or repair it without me covering all the costs. My warranty is currently at no cost to me for repairs or towing. I was told to call the Hyundai warranty number. The lady I spoke to informed me that if it was an American-made vehicle, it would be covered since bumper-to-bumper means that. But since it is a Hyundai and the rear wheels are not drive wheels, it is not covered after 60,000 miles. I asked her again why Hyundai is not honoring their advertised bumper-to-bumper warranty. Again, I was told it is because Hyundai is not an American-made vehicle (assuming she meant a vehicle made by Ford or other American vehicle corporations). I am now forced to incur all costs for repairs since Hyundais trickery (erroneous advertising) has forced me to, especially in a tough economy.
Published: July 13, 2012
Allen of Duluth, MN
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This is the worst experience. Im having a complaint regarding the purchasin
This is the worst experience. Im having a complaint regarding the purchasing of a car. My sales consultant is not providing me feedback nor is he picking my calls. All my payments are clear and Im not getting the delivery of the car. There is also an issue regarding the vehicle number registration. I want someone to resolve my problem a.s.a.p.
Published: October 22, 2011
Parv of Delhi, in
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I brought my Hyundai 2003 xg350 being the second owner. I really like the c
I brought my Hyundai 2003 xg350 being the second owner. I really like the car but the air bag light stays on all the time. I took it to the OBrien dealer in Fort Myers for repair where I was charge $99.00. The moment I drove about a mile or more, the light came back on. I went back and was told it would cost me over $1,000.00 to get the seat out for them to find the sensor. I believe thats a manufacturers defect. They should recall those cars or fix the problem. I was charge for a problem but did not get any solution.
Published: November 15, 2011
E-chris of Lehigh Acres, FL
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First and last Hyundai. I came from a Toyota family, but Id heard about the
First and last Hyundai. I came from a Toyota family, but Id heard about the progress Hyundai was making, so I purchased a brand new Hyundai Sonata (23 miles on it) in April of 2014. Fast forward to last week (March 2016) my wife experienced engine trouble with it. No check engine light or anything. But no problem, they have a 10yr/100,000 mile warranty on it, right?? WRONG! I took it in to get the engine fixed and they denied my request. They stated that based on what they saw, I didnt maintain the vehicle.Not once did they ask for my service records! (I had my car serviced more than the recommended amount...) I come to find out theres a class-action lawsuit for this very issue. They refuse to honor their warranty EVEN AFTER I provided proof of maintenance! This car was not even 2 years old yet. How frustrating. Be sure and avoid these guys. Theyre crooked. Never giving them another cent. Ill go back to Toyota.
Published: April 19, 2016
Dean of Modesto, CA
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After an engine recall of our Sonata, we had to use our own money to rent a
After an engine recall of our Sonata, we had to use our own money to rent a car to replace the car for over 90 days. We have been promised our $800 plus many times but every time we call to inquire where money is, we are getting the run around that corporate needs more doc??? Total crooks who have made our experience so bitter, that would never recommend buying or dealing with low life company.
Published: June 9, 2016
Nicole of Smithtown, NY
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We have a 2019 Hyundai Kona with just under 20,000 miles on it. We purchase
We have a 2019 Hyundai Kona with just under 20,000 miles on it. We purchased this vehicle for our daughter to go to work and school. The back seat has started to fail at the seams. Hyundai says it’s not defective and will not cover. I also have a Honda van that has 160,000 miles on it without a single seat issue. I will never purchase another Hyundai and will tell everyone I meet to avoid at all cost. Extremely pour customer service.
Published: September 12, 2020
Tim of Lake Jackson, TX
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I am writing about both my Hyundai Elantra Coupe and my sons Elantra GT. My
I am writing about both my Hyundai Elantra Coupe and my sons Elantra GT. My Coupe has 14,100 miles on it and the CD player wont work, the transmission slips between shifts, the Bluetooth has to be synced every time I use it. Guess you get what you pay for. My sons GT has under 40,000 miles on it and has been through two sets of tire and starting on the third, front wheel bearings have been replaced already and the rear suspension is so poorly designed it wears tires at twice the rate of the front. Both vehicles are 19 months old. I would never recommend a Hyundai to anyone.
Published: December 11, 2014
steve of Stow, OH
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Last year we experienced a flat tire and when my spouse went to change it t
Last year we experienced a flat tire and when my spouse went to change it there was no spare, only a compressor and slime unit. Well little did we know but we had a slit in sidewall of tire from a pothole, so that was useless. When I called Hyundai Roadside Assurance, they said they would tow it to the nearest dealer which is 40 or so miles away, we wanted it towed 6 miles down the road. So we had to pay $100 for a tow. Last Tuesday we had a flat tire and had no jack to take it off to have it repaired, so we put air in tire and drove it to our repair shop and had it plugged. Today we went to Garvey Hyundai in Plattsburgh, NY and took slime air canister into dealership and asked why they do not tell customers that their 2012 Elantra Limited do not come with a spare or jack. We also stated that we were going to have to get AAA Roadside Assistance since we had to tow car to nearest dealer 40+ miles away if we wanted to use our roadside assurance with them. They hurried us into a room with a service manager whom informed us this was policy to make cars get better gas mileage, by having no tire or jacks. They were willing to sell us a spare donut tire on rim with jack for $298 +, which my spouse said no way. But they did give us a free car wash, which car was still filthy after it came out. Well hopefully, our next purchase next year from an American automaker will have a spare tire, jack and roadside assistance to our local garage if needed.
Published: October 10, 2014
Theresa of Crown Point, NY
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Hyundai is the most morally corrupt of all car manufacturers. In my experie
Hyundai is the most morally corrupt of all car manufacturers. In my experience, our 2002 Elantra had multiple catastrophic failures under warranty. This could have resulted to injury or death, since the failures occurred while the car was in traffic. The first three occurrences were due to defective fuel injection. After three attempts by a completely inept dealer (Antwerpen of Clarksville, MD), it was finally fixed. The most recent was the breaking off yet again in traffic of a highly corroded front control arm, leaving left front tire separated from the axle and the car out of control. There was a recall issued in 2009 (ID# 09v125000) for this very problem. Antwerpen claimed to have done the recall work on my car when I took it in to them for service in February 2010 but the failure occurred despite this. They tell me now that all they are obligated to do is to repair the vehicle. I feel this car will never be safe to drive and I have asked them to give me a fair financial offer for buying back this defective car at its present value. This has been rejected.
Published: September 22, 2011
Barbara of Columbia, MD
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I was driving on the highway when my 2015 Sonata se came to a complete stal
I was driving on the highway when my 2015 Sonata se came to a complete stall without warning. I was almost rear-ended by a semi. Ive only had the car for 24 hours. Now its at a Hyundai service center where they say they dont know what the codes mean. However they stated they had 10 new engines for same complaint.
Published: July 22, 2016
Stella of Columbus, OH
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2013 Elantra GT - Defective CONTACT ASSEMBLY-CLOCK-SPRING Replacement Part
2013 Elantra GT - Defective CONTACT ASSEMBLY-CLOCK-SPRING Replacement Part # 93490-1W120. This is a BIGGIE! This item is called a clock-spring and is poorly designed and poorly manufactured and WILL fail at any given time. Its failure can be either constant or intermittent. You can start the car and all the idiot lights go out as designed, then turn the steering wheel in any direction and two things occur: 1. It illuminates the small SRS idiot light on the dash and, 2. Completely DISABLES your SRS system which means NO AIRBAG protection or any other protection on the SRS circuit! This puts you and your family at risk of death or serious injury should the device fail.Hyundai has several other campaigns in regards to this clock-spring HOWEVER not all models and VINs are covered despite the continuing failure of these devices such as mine. Hyundai will not cover this CRITICAL SAFETY device and you must pay all parts and labor to bring your 4 year old car back to being a safe vehicle as originally purchased. John at Hyundai Corporate attempted to get my repair covered but failed...Hyundai simply does not care about your safety or mine unless they are forced by the government. Look at how they tried to overstate MPG of vehicles...I STILL get money from them for lying to me about their gas mileage on this vehicle! All this is verifiable, just Google and read the number of complaints! Why should they not be held accountable for their poor choices and decisions when we hold other manufacturers such as Airbag mfrs., baby furniture mfrs, dresser furniture, other car mfrs. accountable.My repair was $271.84 + tax but instead Hyundai opted for a NHTSA complaint, several bad reviews, a visit to the FTC website for a complaint, and a campaign of my own to inform the public of this shameful company and their below standard engineering and manufacturing. They designed a CRITICAL SAFETY SYSTEM with a HIGH FAILURE PART with an original warranty of 60K miles that puts your life in danger...even Takata didnt get away with that at ANY MILEAGE! AND...their replacement part, OEM replacement part, only good for 12 months or 12,000 miles! Even THEY dont trust the part. TERRIBLE design!
Published: February 6, 2018
Robert of Madison, AL
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I went to the shop for check up on a problem for car not running. They made
I went to the shop for check up on a problem for car not running. They made diagnostic and said it was something with the sensor of the gasoline injection. So I told them to go ahead and repair and they did charging almost $300.00. I went to pick it up and after I got out of the dealer, I started feeling the car with same problem. So I went back to them, this time they said, “Ok, it is weekend and we will check and will call you back.” When they called me back, they said now that it was the transmission and that I need a new one. I was never advised for any problem with transmission even when I use to take the car for service with them and I used to go for any problems with the car to this dealer. I asked them for reimbursement for the false diagnostic and they said they will not return any money. My car has been in the garage since then because I do not have money to repair the transmission. I feel like I was robbed because I paid for anything.
Published: February 15, 2012
Martin of Maricopa, AZ
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Hi, just wanted to share with experience Ive had with Hyundai. I have encou
Hi, just wanted to share with experience Ive had with Hyundai. I have encountered several issues with my Equus, both with the 2011 and the 2014 models. With the 2011, it was serviced a multitude of times, concluding with the installment of a new compressor. However, the cooling (or lack thereof) issue still remained. When that lease ended, I was assured that the A/C issues with the Equus had been rectified. In good faith, I leased a new 2014 Equus, and much to my dismay, the A/C issues were NOT resolved! So, here I am, AGAIN, in the same exact predicament! Hyundai insists on continuing to deny this problem exists and continues to market inferior products. Any consumer can read the blogs on the internet and clearly see that there is a definite A/C problem with the Hyundai models, including the Equus! Hyundai is lessening their credibility in continuing to deny this issue exists! Hyundai needs to step up to the plate and stop denying that they do not have an A/C problem with this vehicle. They MUST do the right thing. Otherwise, their reputation will be at stake. Recurring customers like me will no longer return, and unfortunately for Hyundai, we will tell others about the poor service and callous treatment we received and of our negative experience.
Published: October 15, 2015
Otto of Mandeville, LA
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We have a 2009 Hyundai Sonata with the 2.4L 4 cyl engine. Engine made a kno
We have a 2009 Hyundai Sonata with the 2.4L 4 cyl engine. Engine made a knocking noise then locked up about 3 hours from home. Over time we had some minor issues with the car but were very happy with it overall. These included an oil leak covered under warranty, broken starter part, not covered, transmission not shifting properly, reprogram of transmission computer covered under warranty, and a broken door handle, not covered. The plastic starter part and door handle are known issues.When the engine locked up we were towed by AAA (wonderful folks!) 3 hours back home. I called the service department and was informed that there was a $101 fee to diagnose the problem. I dont work for free so I dont expect their mechanics to either. I indicated that the car was out of warranty by 2002 miles but asked that if they could do anything for me I would appreciate it. Service writer was polite but didnt give me a warm fuzzy feeling. A sales associate did offer to give us an appraisal of our dead car toward another Hyundai. Fat chance of that happening. When it was all said and done there was no offer of help from Hyundai other than to install a high mileage salvage engine for about 4 thousand dollars. I have taken the repair to a shop who I have done business with for years. I will never purchase a Hyundai of any kind again nor will I suggest the purchase of one.
Published: January 24, 2015
Kenneth of Richmond, VA
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I leased a brand new a launch array in January 2019. I turn the air conditi
I leased a brand new a launch array in January 2019. I turn the air conditioning on for the first time in May 2019. The car had 1500 miles on it. And the air-conditioner did not work. I took it in for service and at first they told me something went through the front grill and destroyed. I leased a brand new Elantra in January 2019. I turn the air conditioning on for the first time in May 2019. The car had 1500 miles on it. And the air-conditioner did not work. I took it in for service and at first they told me something went through the front grill and put a hole in the air conditioning condenser. Since there was no evidence of anything flying through the front grill and there was no damage to my radiator the story changed and apparently it ricocheted and caused damage to the condenser.Hyundai deemed it a non-warranty issue. Now I’m going to be charged $800 to fix it. I even took it to a different repair shop to ask their opinion. Those guys said they had no idea how this damage could have been caused without any evidence of any damage to anything else. Hyundai claims to have the best warranty in the industry. In my experience it’s all BS! I think somebody dropped the condenser and installed it anyway so that they could meet their quota. I will never buy another Hyundai again!
Published: May 26, 2019
Roseann of Manahawkin, NJ
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My daughter left Rehoboth Beach DE heading home to Philadelphia on June 24t
My daughter left Rehoboth Beach DE heading home to Philadelphia on June 24th when the engine on her Tucson gave out in the middle of the Delaware Turnpike. She had it towed to a dealer in Philly the next day. After a month at the dealership she was finally told that Hyundai USA had approved her warranty complaint and that they would be replacing the engine. We were told that it would be the middle to the end of September before it would be available... then October... then November. Today, November 14, 2018 I received an email that the engine wont be available until early January 2019! As someone else had said, I doubt seriously that the engine will be available then! This is ridiculous that they do not have replacement engines available. The engine has to come from Korea and they cite production delays as the problem. There is sure as hell new Hyundais coming every freakin day from Korea, so why isnt there replacement engines available? The 100,000 mile warranty is not worth the paper it is written on! It is a scam and I would caution everyone before you think about buying a Hyundai... DONT!
Published: November 15, 2018
Kerry of Rehoboth Beach, DE
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My car only got 7,000 KM. The trouble with my Elantra, my battery goes dead
My car only got 7,000 KM. The trouble with my Elantra, my battery goes dead and have been boosted twice and another time it went completely dead. Had it towed to the nearest dealer. This is a new Hyundai Elantra Limited when it had less than 6,000 KM it started but I had a 2012 which I had the same problems, so I traded for another one. I was told my 2012 had a ground issue. Now I know that I been lied to. Going to my dealer he tell me that the alternator is a low amperage alternator to save weight, and I should consider getting a solar panel and plug it in my cigarette lighter to charge my car. Now I drive some days around 20 KM which should be plenty to charge the battery, and I hardly use any electronics, like listen to the news 20 minutes. Now I dont trust this car because I dont know when Im going to be stranded. Now my Elantra got 7,000 KM and I dont dare to play the radio even to listen to the news, should I get a portable radio with batteries and a solar panel. By the way, once every two weeks I go on a 200Km ride. People are telling me Im being lied to. I have since notified Hyundai head office in Ontario, the phone # is in one of the manuals that I got with the car. Its been two months and no reply yet. They got my email address. Wont even send me an email, so I call again today.October/24/2014, I purchase this car I believe April/9/2014. This car is like you say new, I purchase an extended warranty which I told them I had purchase one from GM and it was worthless. $2400 and they told me that they werent GM, that you could trust Hyundai and they stick to their warranty. It was about a little bit over $1600. My, I dont know what to believe. Am I told lies? We will soon find out and Im about ready to go throughout my iPad just what the problems are about my warranty. I hope its not another lie.
Published: October 24, 2014
Larry of Digby County, NS
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I built a 2017 Hyundai Tucson 2.0 SE AWD online and I got the quote $331.11
I built a 2017 Hyundai Tucson 2.0 SE AWD online and I got the quote $331.11 a month. Now, when I physically visited one of your Hyundai branches, I got a different monthly payment for the exact same vehicle. The monthly payment is $421.66 a month!!! I accepted winter package ($1600 value) to be added to the car original price. However, I dont think this will have a difference of almost a $90 a month for 24 months! How come this is happening? Why is that difference for? Can you explain.
Published: September 15, 2016
om of Edmonton, AB
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have asked their head office five times to answer one simple question abo
I have asked their head office five times to answer one simple question about whether their warranty is affected if the vehicle had been modified for a disabled person. Each time they send a stupid response which appears to indicate they never even bother to read the question. Would I consider buying one of their cars? Not a chance. I would rather walk!!!
Published: December 22, 2020
Kyriacos of Stanmore, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Hyundai Motor Finance sent us an unsolicited pre-approval. We were in the m
Hyundai Motor Finance sent us an unsolicited pre-approval. We were in the market for a new car, Hyundai vehicles had good ratings so we went to the Hyundai dealer. We should have known from the get go that something was fishy, they tried to change the rates/terms in the pre-approved letter, then the $2,500 discount magically disappeared from the final contract, they then said it did not apply to pre-approved offers, though it had been on the first contract they showed us. Our mistake - It was now 10 at night, we went ahead signed the papers and drove the car home. Problems started with the first payment that they claimed not to receive the paper check in the mail, then paying online was not an option, so we went to Western Union and sent them a payment. Second payment same issue. They seem to have real administrative problems processing and keeping track of paper checks. Third payment we sent in a double payment to cover the month ahead. 2 months later they processed the check, it bounced for NSF ($10 difference in our bank account). They repossessed the car with no warning, no contact, no opportunity to even know that the payment they took 2 months to process had now bounced.They took our car over 300 miles and 6 hours away to another state and gave us less than 10 days to reclaim the car (with hundreds in extra fees for towing and storage now applied). Every attempt to process paperwork with them was a waste of time. We spent over 12 hours on hold in a period of 3 days trying to resolve this, only to be cut off, transferred, or just plain left in limbo. One day we were on hold over 2 hours when it hit 5 PM, and we were disconnected because their office closed. We finally got one human on the phone who was willing to help us and would fax paperwork for us over to the dealer. It never arrived. The finance dept at the dealership was equally baffled and attempted to help us resolve the issues but Hyundai finance wouldnt ever cooperate with the dealers office.Of the limited number of days we had to reclaim our car, 4 of those days were weekend days which their office was closed. So we had 6 working days to try to resolve this with an office that we could never get through to except on a very few occasions (I think we actually got a human 3 times out of about 40-50 tries). No paperwork ever arrived at the dealer, they would not accept any paperwork that the dealer had on hand (it had to be their special forms). Our car was over 300 miles away in another state. We had the cash - but because of their convoluted procedures, and lack of help, and terrible staffing on their customer service lines - WE LOST OUR CAR!Where did our car end up? At a Hyundai dealer in Ohio that seems to have a car lot brimming with dozens of used Hyundais, less than one year old with low miles (like our car), that are for sale at almost the same price as when they were brand new, but with used car interest rates, with car loans offered by - you guessed it - Hyundai finance!We were out our $2,000 down payment, our $4,000 trade in, + 2 payments, and now with the extra fees Hyundai STILL wants an ADDITIONAL $3,500 from us for a car we had less than 4 months. Our credit is wrecked (the repo lowered our score over 120 points instantly). In hind sight - this seems like a terrible scam where they are selling the cars twice, the second time at higher interest rates at almost the same price as brand new, and racking up impossible fees, and unwilling to work with consumers to get their cars back.4 months with our Hyundai cost over $10,000 - not a bargain in anyones book. Their lack of customer service, inability to reach them, the stonewalling as we tried to get the money to them to reclaim our car - they just made it absolutely impossible. And sending our car over 300 miles away - how high do they have to make the hurdles? We live in a metropolitan area with plenty of auction lots where the car could have gone to, sending it 300 miles away was overkill, designed to make it even more difficult for us. The finance manager at the local dealer was left shaking his head. Apparently 300 miles is the MAXIMUM that they are allowed by law to take the car and they took it to the max (12 miles further according to MapQuest). Shady.
Published: April 8, 2015
richard of Sterling, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The people are great when it comes to buying your car. But when it comes to
The people are great when it comes to buying your car. But when it comes to helping fix it it is a nightmare. I got a new engine 3 months ago. They had it for 9 weeks. After 3 months of having it now it is having another issue and no one seems to know how to help other than fixing it. The parts are nowhere to be found and they have NO loaner cars, which I was told at first one wouldnt be given to me because my warranty didnt cover it even though had they done it right in the 9 weeks they had it, I wouldnt be in the position I am right now with NO car. After struggling for 7 weeks last time, they finally gave me a loaner the last 2 or 3 weeks of it all.Now we are at yet another situation where they cant help. This is completely aggravating and disappointing from Gates. I have been with them 7 years and this has been the worst yet. No big issues have happened in the past. My car is a 2014 with 41,000 miles and it shouldnt be where it is now. It has been well maintained and cared for. Before you buy, just know they are great but thats their job when selling. But when it comes to fixing things later on down the road, good luck.
Published: August 14, 2021
Heather of Lexington, KY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

At 50000 mi., paint has started to peel along with rust coming through. 520
At 50000 mi., paint has started to peel along with rust coming through. 52000 mi., have had to have radio replaced twice. 55000 mi., both front drive axles have failed. These cars are a piece of junk. Glad I bought extended warranty. Will never buy a Hyundai again.
Published: September 8, 2013
Thomas of Ridgeway, SC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

When I purchased my Kia (At Hyundai), it was used so the dealership offered
When I purchased my Kia (At Hyundai), it was used so the dealership offered me an extended warranty that they sold, so I bought because you know, it’s a used car. Well last week my engine locked up on me randomly on the highway so my initial thought was “Call Hyundai because they sold my warranty to me.” So I did, and they came and towed my vehicle. Well until my extended warranty covered my repairs, I could not get a loaner so I was stuck with nothing. The next day I called and they informed me that I needed to provide proof of all my oils changes but I’ve only ever gone somewhere once to get it done. Others were done outside of a shop because I mean a lot of people do that (wasn’t done by me). They needed AT LEAST two from an actual mechanics shop (per my warranty although the warranty just states I need proof of oil change even though just giving them a receipt wasn’t enough). Well I didn’t have what they needed. So they asked if they could be approved for 2 HOURS of labor so they could get to the issue of my locked engine, through email, which was fine at the time because I was like whatever I just need my car fixed and I thought they were trying to help me out. Well two days go by, I had left the GM TWO voicemails, and no returned call so I drove up there myself to talk to him. THAT WAS A JOKE. He basically said my warranty wouldn’t cover it because it looks like it was a neglect on my end but he wanted me to keep it there “just in case”. A couple days later I find out about a settlement going on between Kia & Hyundai where they are having to replace certain models engines (A LOT that is) because of the recall on them. Hyundai swore they spoke with someone at Kia and asked if there was any recall or extended warranty on my motor, and the guy at Kia said no. COME TO FIND OUT that is NOT what the guy at Kia said and what’s crazy is Hyundai KNOWS about the protocols for this recall on my motor because they have the same issues with theirs!! They then blamed me for it not being fixed and having to owe because I “interrupted” the inspection being done by Apex, but the ONLY reason I did was because I needed a loaner ASAP and Kia promised I’d have one as soon as I got my car over there because they knew the issue fell under the settlement agreement that Hyundai knew about too but stated they were told I didnt have an extended warranty with the settlement which is why they went through Apex. But, Apex would have seen the engine was locked and known about the settlement which would have resulted in them denying the repairs. AND HYUNDAI knows that they would’ve have had to send it to Kia anyways due to my engine being locked, but they decided to take it into their own hands so they could make SOMETHING off of me. I not once signed ANY paperwork because they were communicating with me through EMAIL (how professional I know). And then the service department got MAD at me because I called and tried to get ahold of their GM (that was a joke, HE is a joke). He never returned my calls, so I went up there myself and spoke with him (that was also a joke. I don’t even see how he’s a GM).Needless to say, they will not give my car to Kia until I pay them $600 when I only approved them for 2 hours of work. And when I mentioned this, the service manager said it was because they had to reassemble my car before they could tow it, which is fine but I NEVER got a call about this or ANYTHING. When I mentioned THAT, he then replied with “Well I can disassemble it and you can come pick it up that way then”. When I say I will NEVERRRR give this sorry dealership my money EVERRRR again, I mean this with everything in me!!! They take advantage of the fact that I’m a woman and I don’t really know what’s going on.They tried to say “Well even if you pay the $600, you’ll get reimbursed by Kia for it” and after speaking with Kia’s director he informed me that that is NOT true and that it would be EXTREMELY tough to get them to reimburse me. This Hyundai dealership has taken my niceness for granted, and I hope that NO ONE ever gives them their money!!! I know $600 doesn’t seem like much, but I pay for EVERYTHING that goes on in my life, by myself (w/ Carrington’s help too) and I refuse to give my money to these hateful, disrespectful, worst communicators, ANY OF MY MONEY. This place just wanted to make SOMETHING off of me because they knew they’d get basically nothing. What’s sad, is if my car could just get to Kia I would have a brand new motor due to the settlement and be in a loaner car. Right now because of Hyundai, I have gone two weeks having to depend on my mom. And I will be contacting the BBB.May I add that the service department made it very clear that I pissed them off by going to the GM. I am a college student and have two kids who I have to get to school every morning as well as myself to work!! And I’ve been without any kind of vehicle for two weeks. They have ZERO signed papers by me, and I just can’t believe this at all. The service manager said word for word “Well if you’d like I can disassemble it and then you can come pick it up” all because I said they never called and asked for my permission before doing something that would cost me this much.
Published: September 4, 2020
Ashley of College Station, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have owned my 2012 Sonata for 1 yr and 10 months. The chrome trim on the
I have owned my 2012 Sonata for 1 yr and 10 months. The chrome trim on the hood was noted to be bubbling up, when I took it for its 60K mile maintenance. Its not rust, but rather bumps coming up on the trim work. Definitely a workmanship/manufacturer issue. I paid extra for the best warranty I could get when I bought the car. That was for 10 yrs and 100,000 miles, bumper to bumper, everything included they say when they sell you the car. Incidentally my warranty was extra at the time and not part of the special 10yr /100k they offered later. I paid around $2K extra for it. The dealership stated they would see if the corporate office would cover it because now they say the trim is not included in the bumper to bumper 10yr/100K warranty but for only 3yr/36K! How can they change the rules?? The corporate office stated they would not cover it. The service representative said the dealership might cover it under Goodwill. However he called today to tell me they wont cover it either! Guess they have no Goodwill there. (The dealership that lacks goodwill is Carl Gregory in Brunswick, Georgia.) So what about my Everything warranty?? The point is it should have been covered. Who wants to buy a car from a company that doesnt stand behind their warranty or their words? Secondly who wants a car that falls apart at 1 yr and 10 months!!? Not even halfway through most car payments. I am upset and stuck with my Hyundai Junk and I wont be buying a Hyundai again.They are not a reputable company. (Just got sued yesterday for $100 million lying about their emissions.) Beware!
Published: November 5, 2014
Bonnie of Oralndo, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We traded in my Hyundai Tucson for two new 2008 Sonatas in 2008. We are not
We traded in my Hyundai Tucson for two new 2008 Sonatas in 2008. We are not happy at all with the quality of the cars. After going in 2010 for an oil change the dealer told me I needed 4 new tires. He insulted me by saying that I must drive like a maniac. We didnt trust that every time we went for an oil change or maintenance they seemed to find something else wrong.They asked us for a second chance to service our cars. So on 12/14/11 we went with hesitation for oil changes. For the past year we were taking our cars to Meineke for maintenance since they guarantee their work and are a lot cheaper. Never fail, this time they claimed I needed 2 new tires, and hubbys car needed new brakes at $1159.00. We told them to just do the oil changes.After we picked up our cars my husband’s car just broke down after 3 blocks. We called them and got it towed back to the dealer which I thought was covered, but turns out it was our expense also. They claim it was the fuel pump. We had no choice but to let them fix it or tow it somewhere else. They still got us for $750.00. We wonder if they shorted something because we werent going to let them do the brakes for $1159.00. As of today 12/26/11 we still owe 2 more years payments and are very worried what else is going to happen to these cheap quality vehicles. We have dealt with Chevrolet and Toyota and never had a problem with the quality or felt like we were being ripped off royally. Hyundai constantly sends us offers to trade in our cars and we were seriously thinking about it. Now we just wish we could give the cars back and go somewhere else. We cant believe this is happening before we even have them paid off. We wish we could use the lemon law to help us. We will tell anyone who asks not to buy a Hyundai. Buying a Hyundai is like going to the 99 cent store for cars. You get what you pay for.
Published: December 27, 2011
Antoinette of Bayonne, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The headliner was damaged during a replacement of the sunglass holder recal
The headliner was damaged during a replacement of the sunglass holder recall. It has never been correct since. At approx. 54k, the engine failed and Hyundai replaced with an inferior short block vs. a long block engine, the rear seal was defective and had to be replaced, the engine protector plate fell off less than two weeks later. I have never felt safe in this car and sure enough 3 days ago, after going over NO huge bumps or hitting any pot holes, I came outside and the first 1.5 inches of the wheel bearing assembly was laying on the ground by the wheel. The tow truck driver said they overtorqued something when they replaced the engine. Not only will I never purchase another Hyundai, but I will recommend no one does either. After owning a Honda Civic for 14 years and 375k, this vehicle is a driving time bomb waiting to kill you!!
Published: May 21, 2019
Mondy of Mobile, AL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

On June 2020, I purchased a Palisade 2020 at Lougheed Hyundai. The car was
On June 2020, I purchased a Palisade 2020 at Lougheed Hyundai. The car was purchased new. I quickly discovered that this car is in fact was damaged during the manufacturing process. Or, this may have been the result of damage incurred by workers at Lougheed Hyundai, which was then covered up. After a few days of having the car, I went to an automatic car cleaning service. After completing the wash, I noticed discoloration on the car body near the wheels (near the back passenger door) because its paint peels off.What bothered me with my experience at Lougheed Hyundai is the terrible customer experience and the general manager doesnt care of the customer. He offered me to repaint that part which is included in the warranty or he can replace that part of my car with a another new car!! So it might have been happened for my car before I purchased it. As a new Hyundai customer this is a very disappointed experience which I never had with different manufacture.
Published: July 29, 2020
Zahra of Port Coquitlam, BC
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I just leased a new Sonata. And after the deal was final and I took possess
I just leased a new Sonata. And after the deal was final and I took possession of the car. 6 days later, I was contacted by Hyundai finance (Kevin) at the dealership. I was told I needed to come back in because they made a mistake with the bank rate and the residual was too low. I was told my payment was going to go down 5 dollars and the residual was going to go up 2700. I was also told once I got to the dealer that I was entitled to a Platinum Bram Auto Protection plan for the length of my lease. When I asked why I was getting this I was told for the inconvenience and its just how the new numbers work out. After signing the NEW contract, I was called yet again 5 days later to come back to the dealer, that there was a mistake made again, and they did not take into consideration the 21M miles that I originally needed and had in the deal. When I went back the finance guy and the GM had me in the finance room and I was told they need to either raise my payment, or take away the miles and the protection plan. I said I already have a signed contract, plates, keys... Etc. for 2 weeks.He told me if I did not sign, I would not get a payment book and it would be like I have a stolen vehicle.I left the dealership in complete despair. I have never been strong armed and treated like this. I told him, he was threatening me and that I have a legal contract. He said, Go see your lawyer, that contract is void. He wants me to sign a different deal than the one I have and give back everything that they have in my contract. PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT I NEED TO DO TO KEEP THE CONTRACT THAT I WAS GIVEN AS WRITTEN, AND THE CAR.
Published: August 9, 2015
Robert of Manalapan, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My complaint is against Hyundai USA and Rogers Hyundai for pathetic service
My complaint is against Hyundai USA and Rogers Hyundai for pathetic service. We purchased our car from the deceptive car dealer, Ed Napleton Kia in Elmhurst, with a deceptive warranty sale and forging my name on a document in February 2017. Our Veloster was finally put on the road at the end of February and we hear howling sounds through the roof and found rust throughout the car (engine, under driver seat, and trunk). No floods listed on CarFax through. Hmmmm. The car is supposed to still be under the manufacturers warranty and Hyundai corp rep, Czar was supposed to be helping to resolve.We took it to Rogers in the south loop and their service was horrendous and they are liars. (See Yelp!) They never investigated our concerns. They were rude and ignorant and reported back to corporate they was not told about the rust, although it was in the open ticket and verbally told. Their service center was so backlogged. They would do anything to avoid doing their jobs.After speaking back with Czar at corporate about this, their findings was they were in a mixed state to make a decision, which really mean... WE CANT SERVICE YOU without more inconveniences we are going to cause you. This car was taken to McGrath for the rust originally and now Rogers and both have dropped the ball. Now I am being told to take it to another place to run a diagnostics, leave it, and its your issue to find your way back home since Indiana toll roads are where I heard it and in Chicago, the speed limit is 45 mph and they will not have their service men get a ticket to replicate the problem from an original call back. HYUNDAI CORPORATE DOES NOT BACK THEIR ISSUES, and make many excuses to wiggle out of their warranties.
Published: March 21, 2017
LaRanne of Chicago, IL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have been overcharged by $150 and then they cancelled my account. There a
I have been overcharged by $150 and then they cancelled my account. There are no supervisors to talk to and no one to own this problem. I have called the corporate headquarters and was advised there is no one over BlueLink, therefore; customers have no options for anyone to get problems of overcharging taken care of by this pathetic company.
Published: January 4, 2018
Kaye of Uniontown, AL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We decided to switch to Ford and turn in our leased Hyundai five months ear
We decided to switch to Ford and turn in our leased Hyundai five months early. We were aware of the $400.00 disposition fee Hyundai. We paid all remaining lease payments, the car had only 19500 miles and was in as new condition. 3 weeks after the transaction, we get a bill from Hyundai for $2,200.00. As it turns out, the residual value is out the window, they took the car to auction and sold it for $1000.00 less. After hours on the phone with Hyundai Finance, we got nowhere. All they said was Its in the contract. Yeah its there but you need a law degree to understand it.Their bill did not include our check for the final 5 payments which they acknowledged receipt, but even gave us a hard time when I ask for a new bill reflecting this payment. It appears we still have to pay them $795.88. Do yourself a favor. Either dont lease a car from any company who charges these fees, or bring your lawyer to when you pick up your car. For our part we will NEVER buy another Hyundai.
Published: February 24, 2016
James of Jackson, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Brought in my 2015 Hyundai Elantra for service, mechanic stated it needed a
Brought in my 2015 Hyundai Elantra for service, mechanic stated it needed an oil pump and an engine and it would take a month to fix. When I asked about a rental I was told that they had no cars. Tie my car up for a month and dont offer alternate transportation. Totally unacceptable. I will never purchase another hyundai ever again.
Published: March 11, 2022
John of Worcester, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a 2020 Kona. I am sure you have all read the reviews. They are
I purchased a 2020 Kona. I am sure you have all read the reviews. They are true. Car has been drinking oil and I have spent over a year begging Hyundai to help. No luck. Got lied to and now cant get compensation through corporate. They actually expect me to keep driving the car and bringing it back and forth to a dealership. No, I am not a Karen, however I have dumped over 40 quarts of oil into it, spent over a year at various dealerships and even had to hire my own mechanic to tell me there really was a HUGE issue and I was being played. Now, I am down to pretty much not having a vehicle and BEGGING Hyundai to just take their car back and set me free of this in a fair deal that does not leave me broke and with nothing to drive.
Published: June 15, 2021
Shannon of Cleveland, OH
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Their recall work failed so I told them to fix it right. They replied they
Their recall work failed so I told them to fix it right. They replied they did it once and thats it! Told me I also needed brakes on all four wheels but I had them done 2 months ago. Liars and thieves. The judge will have a field day with them!
Published: July 5, 2019
Terry of Daytona Beach, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I leased a 2011 Hyundai Genesis. The windshield was broken and I could not
I leased a 2011 Hyundai Genesis. The windshield was broken and I could not get a replacement windshield for seven weeks. I was told there was not a windshield in the USA ans it had to be sent here. During this time I was unable to drive the car. I had a rental covered under my ins. policy for one month but not after that. I made several phone calls and a 2 or 3 e-mails but everyone just kept putting the responsibilty off to someone else. My contact was with Circle Hyundai initially but then I tried to get some satisfaction with Corporate Hyundai but without any success.
Published: August 2, 2011
Peter of Little Silver, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Our second & last Hyundai. Car hesitates & bucks very bad from a fu
Our second & last Hyundai. Car hesitates & bucks very bad from a full stop. Fuel gage not accurate at all. According to brochure car has a 16.4 gallon fuel tank, but when you go to fill it only takes about 9-10 gallons after low fuel indicator reads 30 miles or so to empty. Took car to Obrien Hyundai of Fort Myers shortly after purchase & given a runaround about problem. Told by service writer that there was no code displayed.Talked to 2 independent mechanics who both said it sounds like the fuel pick up or sending unit is either bad or loose in fuel tank. Filled out complaint form with Hyundai USA, called back a week later & was told someone would contact me. No one ever contacted me. After another 2 weeks called Hyundai & was told issue was not escalated because problem did not sound serious enough. Finally contacted Hyundai USA customer service who agreed to escalate case.
Published: June 28, 2016
Greg of Fort Myers, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2006 Hyundai Sonata Airbag System Failures. Very well maintained (for life
2006 Hyundai Sonata Airbag System Failures. Very well maintained (for life of vehicle) by top notch local dealer + no accident history - reports Driver Side seat belt buckle err code, Airbag light on/airbag system not activated. Dealer attempted OC3 test-passenger seat voluntary recall issue - could not complete test-buckle error. Replaced buckle assy: same code + light. Dash opened, console removed, driver seat removed: airbag system harness inspection, reset connections - new code appears: drivers belt retractor assy. Replaced belt retractor assy. NO CODE! AND airbag system still not working/airbag light indicator on. Dealer advised this expensive problem is WELL-KNOWN to 06, 07 Sonata owners: sole viable solution=replace air bag system wiring harness. Ordered part # on harness - wrong harness delivered (connectors in wrong location on harness/dont meet up with car connectors. Ordered again, same result (dealership noted - these harnesses arrive with bag torn open (not first mechanic to order it for same problem and outcome). Local Hyundai Territory Engineer (troubleshooter for large problems) asked to visit for discussions - right part #/wrong part. Solution = Ive dealt with this 3x recently and in this area - order this part #. Guess what, new part is $750/double old part cost. New harness reaches into back seat area as well and causes double the labor costs >$1,000. $1K already invested in parts and labor - when faced with another $2K in harness parts & labor & literally they will provide no guarantee this will solve it short term let alone long term.Contacted Hyundai USA for financial assistance - denied due to out of warranty + 2nd owner/not original (how convenient for them). As mentioned, 3x 06 Sonata owners in this territory RECENTLY EXPERIENCED IDENTICAL ISSUES and after getting tough with Hyundai USA, received buy-backs of their cars.
Published: March 29, 2014
Esteban of Colorado Springs, CO
Source: consumeraffairs.com

In 2011 I purchased a Sante Fe with the in-car Navigation System. The day w
In 2011 I purchased a Sante Fe with the in-car Navigation System. The day we drove the car off the lot the maps were out of date. I contacted the dealership and was told it would automatically update. Two years later, we asked again and were told we had to pay $200 to have the maps updated. Now, the car is 3-years-old and the navigation system is so bad it is dangerous. We dont even turn it on. For $200, we purchased a Garmin with free lifetime map updates. So we now drive a Sante Fe, with a built in navigation system, and a Garmin attached to the windshield. Friends are shocked at what we have had to do.Why is Hyundai doing this to their customers? I tried to speak to Hyundai Customer Connect System Lead Laura who gave me nothing but attitude. How outrageous to charge what you do for the system, then expect us to pay $200 each time it needs to be updated. Are you crazy??? Im done with Hyundai. Oh yea, did I mention that the Sante Fe was my third, and now last, Hyundai purchase.
Published: February 8, 2014
Lynn of Zelienople, PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

We have been happy Hyundai customers for many years. Earlier in the year, w
We have been happy Hyundai customers for many years. Earlier in the year, we were noticing that our Genesis was sporadically pulling to one side. We took it to our car to Chapman Hyundai in Phoenix, AZ - the dealership we purchased the car and loyally worked with them on all of our service needs. They couldnt recreate the issue, so they returned the car to us. We continue to have incidences of this happen again, so took the car back. They did a wheel alignment. It didnt solve the problem. In June I lost control of the car when coming off the highway. I feared that I would not be able to stop at the bottom of the off-ramp, which would have resulted in a major accident. Fortunately, I was able to regain control and stop the car in time.We tried to make an appointment with the dealership, but there was a 2-week wait, so we took it to a local repair shop because we were afraid to drive the car and couldnt be without it for 2 weeks. They quickly saw that all 4 control arms had major cracks in them. They replaced them. They said that this issue should have been detected by the dealership mechanics since the cracks were quite large. This doesnt happen overnight. They also suggested there may be another issue that should be watched if the pulling should happen again. I contacted Hyundai Consumer Affairs to report this situation on June 2nd. I was told that I would hear back from a case manager within 10 days. I was finally contacted (after repeatedly calling, sitting on hold, waiting, and waiting) on July 14th. The case manager immediately told us that there was nothing she could do as far as reimbursement of the over $3500 of costs we incurred at an independent garage because the car wasnt repaired by a certified Hyundai mechanic. I stressed our lack of faith in the technicians, stressed the risk I was put in, and threatened to go viral with my story. She came back 5 days later saying that the company would reimburse me for the cost of parts only - however, I had to take the car to a dealership for them to make sure the work was done properly. She wanted me to pay for this service while taking MORE time off work - not having a car. She called me back 2 days later to see if I was going to accept the offer even though I told her it wasnt fair that I had to pay for the service call as well as everything else Ive been dealing with. She called me back - as promised - on July 22nd. I was unavailable to take her call. Since then I have left multiple messages/emails with her with no response. The pulling issue still persists to this day. On August 4th we scheduled a service call with a different Hyundai dealership. Again, we have to wait 2 weeks for our appointment. Were left with an unsafe car, no response from the company, and no sight in end to this issue. When my husband had car issues with his Acura, they had to wait 2 weeks to get the necessary part that was draining our battery. They provided us with a loaner so we werent inconvenienced and kept us updated on the status of the part. Thats customer service. Maybe Hyundai needs to look at its competitors and learn how to treat people properly.
Published: August 12, 2021
Cindy of Phoenix, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This car (2008 Hyundai Santa Fe) has had multiple recalls on it. Several of
This car (2008 Hyundai Santa Fe) has had multiple recalls on it. Several of them major safety concerns. One of them (NHTSA #10058931) due to an engine valve leak causing oil to leak all over the alternator. (I lost all control, power, etc on Christmas Eve barely making it off the road into a parking lot, but not a space). They fixed the front valve with the recall, but now there is a second valve doing the same thing. Not part of the original recall (at least a $500 fix out of my pocket) that at this moment I will get to be responsible for.This doesnt include the previous issue with the ESC or the new BAD electrical problem that affects the stop lamp illumination (so no brake lights), the ESC and several other things (oh, and Hyundai hasnt notified me of this new recall yet, but Im definitely having the issue). It can also affect the shifter and allow your car (when on) to be taken out of park when the brake pedal isnt pressed. Ive been supremely disappointed in the timeliness of communications on recalls, the multitude of recalls and the lack of willingness to fix all problems (e.g. the gasket heads). Ive included pictures of some of the recall statements from the NHTSA, etc.
Published: July 25, 2017
Rachel of Oklahoma City, OK
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Began discussions with Hyundai over GPS map upgrade - for my model, $300. F
Began discussions with Hyundai over GPS map upgrade - for my model, $300. For other models $99. During email discussions GPS failed and warranty expired. Didnt buy car from Towne Hyundai, so they and regional support dont want to cover replacement under Goodwill consideration because they didnt make any money off of me. Hyundai Equus says in writing theyll replace it free. Dealer says NO, theyre only authorized to pull it out and ship it somewhere for repair, could take 2 weeks, could take a month with no map, no radio, no electronics as its all tied together. Never received any honest communications between Hyundai customer support, Towne Hyundai in Denville NJ, Hyundai regional rep and myself. Always the run-around, always delays or no responses and lies.
Published: July 25, 2014
Dave of Landing, NJ
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2021 iconic does not support Apple phones even though they have Apple iplay
2021 iconic does not support Apple phones even though they have Apple iplay icon in car. USB port does not work either. Although there is one in the car. Salespeople do not know this. Salesperson said my iPhone would work in the car. It does not. I sent an email to customer service. The form letter they sent back said they put what they feel the customer wants in the car. Really? Do you believe the customer doesn’t want to be able to use iPhones (really). And I mean any generation iPhone. I cannot use my phone GPS with Apple iplay or even my phone. Why would anyone not want to be able to use their iphone functions in a 2021 new car. No help or assistance from dealer or Hyundai. Will never buy a Hyundai again. They do not stand by their cars or even offer any type of resolution. Beware.
Published: October 20, 2021
Deborah of Edgewater, NJ
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Never buy a Hyundai!!! I bought a 2011 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited and I ha
Never buy a Hyundai!!! I bought a 2011 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited and I have had nothing but regrets. Everything that could possibly go wrong, HAS! I had the famous engine failure in December 2016. It just stalled and seized on the highway and the useless Agincourt Hyundai dealership in Toronto that I took it to DID NOT EVEN PRESENT THE CASE TO HYUNDAI CANADA INITIALLY. They just asked me to bring $9,000 for an engine replacement. I had to call Hyundai Canada myself, and they also tried to void my warranty until I threatened legal action. They finally gave me a new engine and less than a week later, my driveway was an oil pool, the engine oil leak was so bad that my dipstick dried up in days!Besides the engine issue, there has been countless MIL (check engine light) illuminations: from 02 sensor to catalytic converter to issues with the gutless turbo the car has. The shocks and struts on the car are so useless too, they have been changed severally. The wheel alignment is the worst, its like it loses alignment every 3000 km! I do not drive badly, but somehow this piece of garbage always pulls to one side even after an alignment. The sunroof creaks! My backup camera chooses when its going to work, on other days it just shows me a blue screen when in reverse! The sound system is total nonsense (I have the dimension system)! I REPEAT: DO NOT BUY A HYUNDAI!!
Published: May 5, 2017
Temidayo of North York, ON
Source: consumeraffairs.com

To whom it may concern: My name is Ivette **. On November 4, 2015 at New Ro
To whom it may concern: My name is Ivette **. On November 4, 2015 at New Rochelle, I traded my vehicle Honda CRV 2012, VIN: **, Account: ** for Hyundai 2013 at New Rochelle Hyundai. As of November, the Hyundai company has not paid off my Honda vehicle. Honda company has been calling, harassing me and send me letters of late payments. My credit is getting ruined because of this matter.
Published: January 7, 2016
Ivette of New York, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2013 Veloster, still under bumper to bumper warranty. The windshield had di
2013 Veloster, still under bumper to bumper warranty. The windshield had distortion, it was warranty replaced. Only to have another distorted windshield installed. Now they say all like that and will not replace it with one that is clear for viewing. ALSO the exhaust tailpipe is caked with dark greasy soot and needs constant cleaning. Clear evidence of a non-functional emissions system. I asked if it failed an EPA emissions test would they fix it... Hyundai dealer in Rockford Ill said NO not unless it shows a check engine light. Well turns out Hyundai was sued by the EPA around 2012 for not meeting emission standards. Looks like another lawsuit is needed. Hyundai Warranty and support is a joke.
Published: October 9, 2018
Mike of Rockford, IL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Hyundai prides itself in its reliability. I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata I pu
Hyundai prides itself in its reliability. I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata I purchased in March of 2010. I have had nothing but problems. Within the first year, my engine began overheating due to a faulty radiator fan. This was replaced under warranty. Less than a year later, my engine began overheating a 2nd time. The dealer refused to warranty because there were more than 10,000 miles put on the vehicle since the original fan was replaced . About three months later, the car would not start while sitting in a parking lot. This was related to a faulty brake sensor. Most recently, 6 months later, the vehicle would not start because of a failed starter requiring a tow truck. A 2011 vehicle should not have this many problems. I am extremely disappointed in Hyundai and am looking to sell it in the very near future. I travel for business, and need a reliable means of transportation. I urge possible consumers to use caution before purchasing a Hyundai vehicle.
Published: September 18, 2012
Jason of Mchenry, IL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I walked out to my car to find that the paint had peeled off the roof above
I walked out to my car to find that the paint had peeled off the roof above the windshield. I took my car to the dealership and they told me it was beyond the 3 year paint warranty, it was six month past the warranty. I was told the service department would contact Hyundai directly to see if they would handle re-painting and that the service department would call me in about 4 days. I waited a week and called, no one answered so I left a message. No response from the message so I called again and was put on hold and hung up on. I called a third time and was told someone would call me. After two and a half weeks I get an email asking for pictures. After a few days of no further response, I sent a reply email about the pictures and was asked if I had filed a claim with Hyundai. How would I have known to file a claim when no one has contacted me? Russell Westbrook Hyundai use to give great service. Ive leased 3 vehicles in the last 8 years, this will be my last!
Published: April 8, 2019
Kelli of Buena Park, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

For the price I pay for Blue Link they should give a refund when their syst
For the price I pay for Blue Link they should give a refund when their system is down. It appears when it is the coldest or in the morning hours the system is out of services. Be aware of this when you pay for the services. They truly stink for taking yearly service contract and not delivering a better product.
Published: November 4, 2018
Anthony of Sewell, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Hello my name is Johnny **, I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. On October 15th m
Hello my name is Johnny **, I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. On October 15th my vehicle turned off while driving, I had the vehicle towed to Sport Hyundai in Egg Harbor Township, service guys there are great, anyway the vehicles engine I was told needed to be replaced, I was sent to Enterprise car rental office in Pleasantville NJ then I found out that Hyundai is only paying $25 towards my rental and I had to pay $18 difference a day, I just feel that if the vehicles engine was defective or recalled I should not be paying for anything, so I sent an email to Hyundai explaining my situation. They said that unfortunately there is nothing that they can do. I was thinking of trading my car in before all this happened and get a new Hyundai but after this experience I wouldn’t do it and will encourage anyone I know not to invest in Hyundai at all.
Published: October 22, 2017
Johnny of Galloway, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

2012 Hyundai Touring car - Driving 45 mph. Everyone slammed on my brakes. T
2012 Hyundai Touring car - Driving 45 mph. Everyone slammed on my brakes. They would not lock up. Hit the car ahead at about 22 mph. No air ages deployed even though it smashed in the hood.
Published: November 2, 2015
Michael of Paradise, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a brand new 2012 Hyundai Genesis. The transmission blown at 430
I purchased a brand new 2012 Hyundai Genesis. The transmission blown at 43000 miles and they had no idea why. Now at 71, 000 the engine had blown and again they have no idea why. I am so dissatisfied. The kbb value of this car is horrible. They have fixed the transmission under warranty and will be fixing the engine, however who is to say that it wont happen again especially since they have no idea why the both blew in the first place. SO DISAPPOINTED IN THIS company.
Published: March 16, 2017
Roxane of Land O Lakes, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I recently and painfully purchased a new elantra limited. Painfully, becaus
I recently and painfully purchased a new elantra limited. Painfully, because of all the runaround I encountered and despite having researched extensively, still having gotten screwed financially. Dont look for any fairness at Hyundai in Pittsburgh, cause they wear you out with the run around, even if youre trading in a Hyundai sonata that was supposed to keep its value. The sale price for the car may be $21000, but it ended up costing me over $25000 with a trade in. And should I be upset about having blowout flat tire at 533miles, especially when both Hyundai and the tire manufacturer Hankook both deny the defectiveness of their cheap tires? It appears that since Hyundai is dependent on the dealerships to sell their cars, they are Willing to give them some slack on dishonoring the warranties, including on their defective tires. Defective tires can lead to accidents and death! I suppose it will take a certain amount of death to occur before Hyundai takes some action like GM had to. I thought Hyundai was better than that, but apparently not!
Published: July 6, 2014
Silvana of Monongahela , PA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I complained that the tail lights were repeatedly blowing. To fix the light
I complained that the tail lights were repeatedly blowing. To fix the lights on one side, I was told water was leaking into the housing because the car had been hit. The sonata has never been hit. I was told the housing had melted from being burned on the other side. The Santa Fe, the clicker has never worked telling me they have to replace the horn.
Published: May 8, 2015
ken of Balto, MD
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a car from Hyundai in 2018 Of September. I have had this car for n
I bought a car from Hyundai in 2018 Of September. I have had this car for not even 7 months. Bought it with 7k miles on it and I’ve never missed a payment and was always a valued customer with my parents always owning one too. So when I bought the vehicle it had no recalls on it, one day I saw something online about recalls so I ran my vin to see if my car was part of the recall and it was and the recall was for the ECM, so I taken my car to Hyundai in Manassas, Virginia and got the recalled fixed. They told me all is good and my car is ready to go.Two weeks later my car goes into limp mode and won’t go over 20 miles a hour, I called the dealership nearest to me and asked them to take my car in and the one I called was Hyundai in Woodbridge, Virginia. They said they would not take me because my car was not purchased there, even though this fell under a warranty recall, so I called Fairfax Hyundai Virginia and they said that I could bring it in. Well I waited 4 hours for a tow truck and it finally got there and we headed to the dealership. I get there and waited 2 more hours for someone to run a test on my car to see what was wrong with it and it came back as I needed a new engine. Being told I need a new engine I was put in a rental car for about 3 months and I waited and waited and called at least once a week for an update. Felt like I couldnt get anything out of them besides, It’s still on back order.Well finally I get a call from the dealership saying I did not need a new engine, and all it was is a wiring harness. So I waited 3 months thinking I was getting a new engine and all I got was a new harness. Well finally I picked up my car that day they called. Returned the rental and I was heading home down I-95 in Virginia going 70 down the interstate my car completely shuts down on me and wouldnt turn back on. So I was able to safely pull over with my niece in the car with me, I got to the side of the road and called them again to explain what happen. Well they asked if I could bring it back in so I did. My car then stalled out and went into limp mode 8 more times on my way 45 minutes back to the dealership.I drop the car off and the dealership ran it over the weekend and I get a call back on a Monday and they tell me they couldnt find the problem and nothing was wrong with the car. I get back in my car look at the mileage and it was exactly the same from when I brought it in, knowing that I am now mad. My wife and I with a baby in the car refuses to drive the car and I’ve had it parked at our house. After contacting Hyundai America and speaking with someone named Anthony I asked nicely for them to take this death trap away from me and he said that he would do a case for me and he would keep me updated. Well that was 2 weeks ago today, I still havent heard from him and I’ve called multiple times a day for a long time and it goes straight to voicemail. I’ve left countless voicemails and still no response. I personally would never recommend Hyundai to even my worst enemy after the experience I have had with you all and I will never own another in my life.
Published: April 23, 2019
Kody of Stafford, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My wife and I purchased a brand new 2011 Hyundai Tucson based on the consum
My wife and I purchased a brand new 2011 Hyundai Tucson based on the consumer safety ratings. We had a baby on the way so safety was important to us. On September 23rd 2011, six months after driving the vehicle off of the lot, I got a frantic call from my wife saying the car was smoking. I told her to pull over and I would come get her and we would call a tow truck.Within two minutes I received another call. This time the car, she told me, was engulfed in flames. Se narrowly escaped being trapped in the car, since the automatic locks were locking and unlocking in a ghostly manner and was trapped momentarily in the car, along with our 4 month old son, inhaling electrical smoke. Thankfully they both got out alive.The investigation concluded an electrical fire had started and the vehicle was a total loss. I have never experienced such rudeness on the phone as I attempted to contact many representatives from Hyundai Consumer Affairs. Hyundai is a disgusting company. They told us that Americas Best Warranty did not cover this. Never buy a Hyundai. Your life may depend on it.
Published: January 28, 2012
Jason of Tucson, AZ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The Hyundai Entourage minivan has been a good, reliable vehicle. We have ha
The Hyundai Entourage minivan has been a good, reliable vehicle. We have had only a couple of very minor repairs done to it in the 10 years that we have owned it. The Entourage has a very good amount of power. It is never sluggish off the starting line. It is also an attractive looking vehicle. The thing that I liked most about this van over the other we considered purchasing is the price. It was the most affordable of all that we considered purchasing. My least favorite feature on this van is the radio. Sometimes the volume control doesnt work. If I tap the dash, I can usually get it to adjust the volume. I am only sorry that Hyundai not longer makes the Entourage as I would definitely purchase another one.
Published: June 28, 2018
Donna of Tampa, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My experience with Hyundai is once again worst than the last. It is my 3rd
My experience with Hyundai is once again worst than the last. It is my 3rd disappointment with them and last, I just came out of a 3 year lease and decided I wanted to buy the car and instead of showing me my options through Hyundai Finance which I was leasing with they convinced me with lies about how being I didnt use the car much, I would have to pay more and convinced me to go with Chase auto loan, after a few days I called Hyundai Finance and the person on the phone told me, I should have bought through them which would have been close to 8k less, through Hyundai finance it would have ranged around 9k plus maybe 3k in taxes and instead now I will end up paying close to 18k.It is my 3rd and final deal with them, no one there is honest and they are out just to rob you, I should have gone with my gut and listened to my cousin and end my lease and bought through Carvana, I wish I knew the info I got from the person on the phone earlier but I thought I was dealing with honest people, anyways God bless them and everyone reading this and make sure you always ask all the right questions and if you have to take time or reschedule to review things before you commit to it or sign documents, do so, so you dont get trapped and tricked like I did.
Published: February 20, 2021
Miguel of Brooklyn, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased a new 2011 Hyundai Sonata from Cocoa Hyundai in Cocoa Beach, FL
I purchased a new 2011 Hyundai Sonata from Cocoa Hyundai in Cocoa Beach, FL. At the time, I was driving a 2008 Suzuki SX-4. I was looking to trade it in due to the warranty expiring and it having high miles. Originally, I had come in asking for the Elantra, as it was in the same size category. I got there and test drove the Elantra and thought it was ok, very fuel efficient. I then test drove the Sonata and immediately fell in love with it. The interior is very roomy. It also feels better when you drive it. I then worked up a deal with the dealership. At the time, I had very good credit. Looking back at the total cost of the vehicle, I dont believe I got such a great deal after all. The only reason I purchased there was because I had a friend of mine working at the dealer. He assured me he would take care of me and give me a great deal. Finally, after 2 1/2 hours of negotiating with the salesman, we came to an agreement on the price and monthly payment. It was more than I was wanting to spend; my monthly payment jumped up about an extra $125 a month. I told my wife we would make it work out somehow as we both really liked the vehicle. I would just cut back on things. We drove the vehicle home and were happy. 2 months after purchasing the vehicle, we received a notice in the mail saying there was recalls on it. We called the Closest dealer to our home which was Universal Hyundai in Orlando, FL and scheduled an appointment. We arrived to this dealer just to see a bunch of people standing around doing nothing. It took nearly 15 minutes for someone to finally acknowledge us. They told us they had no records of us even being in their service log. I guess someone had dropped the ball. They said theyll squeeze us in anyways. They told us the car would not be ready for several days as they did not have the parts available. I told them that was fine, but I didnt have transportation to work, as this is my main form of transportation. They said, Well, we have rental cars which are $40 a day. I told them I should not have to pay for something that is not my fault and the warranty should cover it. Finally, after arguing with the Service Manager for nearly a half hour, he said they would comp the rental fee. I picked up my car several days later and they handed me a bill for nearly $300. I told them the warranty should cover all this. They reviewed it and found it to be an error on their part. Since this experience, I have visited the dealer on numerous occasions for servicing. It has always been an ongoing issue for us. We also attempted to purchase a new vehicle, at the same dealer, for my wife back in November 2012. When we arrived, we were greeted by a gentleman, dont remember his name. He was quick to get us inside for a credit application. Didnt even allow us to test drive a car and figure out what we liked. After seeing that my wife did not have perfect credit, but fair credit, he then passed us over to a younger gentleman and said he had his appointment show up. It was an older couple that appeared to be well off. The younger gentlemen walked us around the car lot like lost puppies for about 20 minutes not knowing what type of car we wanted. My wife was looking for a smaller SUV like the Tucson and he began to show us the Elantra and the Accent. These are Hyundais more smaller, compact vehicles. My wife quickly spoke and said to him, Why are you showing us these cars? He said, Well this is within your budget and your credit. We had not even given him our budget. I told him we were looking at SUVs. That is what we told the other salesman. He said he told him to show us these cars. At this point, my wife became angry and said, Lets get out of here. These guys dont know what theyre doing. I told her to relax, lets at least get a test drive in before leaving. We test drove multiple vehicles and my wife really liked the Tucson. After this, we told him to work out some numbers. Told him we did not want to pay more than $400. He comes at us with $520 a month with $2000 down. I told him that would not work. He said, Well, theres the door if you dont like it. I looked at my wife and I was like wow, this is how they treat customers. We left very disappointed that day. Finally, this year, we had gone out Christmas shopping for the day. After doing our shopping, we came back to find that our Sonata was not starting. We checked the battery, even tried to get a jump start, but still nothing. After about an hour of exhausting all my options, I saw that there was a Tire Kingdom nearby. I pushed the car all the way to the lot. After speaking to the tech, he noticed the battery cable was loose, so he tightened it up. I was praying that it may have been the problem. We tried starting the car again and still got nothing. Finally, he told me there is something wrong with the starter. He recommended me contacting Hyundai because it would be about a $600 job. I then called Hyundai roadside assistance. They sent a tow truck to pickup my car. I was a good 25 miles from home. It was later in the evening so I asked them to tow it to the dealer closest to my home, again Universal Hyundai. I called and spoke to service department and they advised me to put the key in the afterhours drop box and fill out the form; I did. The next morning, I received a call from a service advisor and told me it would be $110 just to diagnose my car not including any repairs. My mileage was at 61k, the warranty had just ended at 60k. I asked him to help me out, but He said the warranty is pretty cut and dry, there was nothing anyone could do once you go over 60. I told him I guess I have no choice I needed the car fixed. He called me up about 2 hours later and told me it was the cable that connected the starter that was loose. Im thinking great, maybe it will be cheap repair since its just a cable not the starter. He quoted me a price of $340. I was so shocked to find this out. Right now is probably the worst time for something like this to happen, especially during the holidays. I had to gather up some cash and borrow money from family members just to cover this as I did not have a choice in the matter. I need my vehicle to get to work and back. He said the car would work with just this connection, but I could replace the whole starter if I wanted to. I picked up my car and looked at the invoice to see the part was $13.82, with $280 worth of labor fees, something that probably took less than 10 minutes to fix. The service advisor also told me there was an issue also with the steering column, something the warranty did not cover either. I was like what. He said the repair with parts and labor would be around a $1300 job. The warranty does not cover this. I contacted the service manager as a last resort and got nowhere, just the runaround. The service manager kept pointing the blame at Hyundai. He advised me to contact Hyundai customer support. I quickly called Hyundai and spoke with a person by the name of Fran. I explained the story once again to her and informed her that my warranty was over by a thousand miles and she looked to see if there may have been any recalls on my vehicle for any repairs. She did not find any, just ones that had already been repaired on my vehicle. She clearly stated without the warranty, there is nothing that can be done. I explained my frustration and told her I have had nothing but issues with this vehicle from the time I purchased it. She said, Let me get my case manager on the line, so you could speak with them. I waited for several minutes and a person by the name John came on the line. He was very cold and monotone in the way he spoke to me. He just confirmed once again what Fran had said about the warranty and was quick to point finger back at the dealer. I told him I have already contacted the dealer and they are pointing the blame on Hyundai. I told him Somebody has to step up to the plate and get this taken care of. This was something that was going on prior to the warranty expiring. He said there was nothing he can do, but just contact the dealer on my behalf and see if they will do it as a courtesy, or good will to not lose a customer. He said the turnaround time for this is 3 days. I told 3 days is unacceptable. He said it may not take a whole 3 days, that is the time frame. At this point, I was livid and just said thats fine. He called me the next day and said, I cant help nor can the dealer. I told him this will be the last time I ever purchase a Hyundai. I called back again and spoke with several other people and all of them had nasty attitudes with me. I guess they must made an extensive file about me being upset. This will be my last time buying a Hyundai. I guess the parts they use on their vehicles are only designed to last up to 60k miles. After that, youre pretty much on your own. I know Suzuki doesnt make cars anymore in the US, but I drove 2 new Suzuki’s for well over 90k miles and never had a problem. Boy, I wish Suzuki was still in the US. Id be getting rid of this car in a jiffy. I guess this was a hard lesson learned, but I will just try and finish paying it off, then trade it in.
Published: December 19, 2013
Xavier of Orlando, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I almost spent $100k on a vehicle because of its marque. Well, I’m glad I
I almost spent $100k on a vehicle because of its marque. Well, I’m glad I didn’t! This Hyundai Genesis 5.0 has been very reliable. Quite stylish with a lot of power!
Published: May 7, 2018
Armand of Rotonda West, Florida
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a 2011 Hyundai, I was the second owner. As I was going to work I p
I bought a 2011 Hyundai, I was the second owner. As I was going to work I pulled out onto a main highway where the motor made this horrible noise and stopped, leaving me in terrible danger. People helped me push the car to get it backed off to a bit of safety zone, I had to have it towed to a garage. This car had 82,000. miles on it, it seems the motor was gone. It was then towed to the dealership, where it sat for 4 months before anyone even took a look at it. I keep calling them frequently about it and was told, they had so many cars before me in line they didnt have time to work on it.I had to find other means of transportation for work and other necessities. Only to be told because I was 2,000 over the second owners warranties that Hyundai refused to replace it. They had a class action suite against them, I was notified, but didnt have a problem at the time I was notified. Why would I spent $6,000 for a new one of their motors when the one I had was no good? I was told of others the same dealership that they had replaced motors with the overage mileage. I had expected to drive this car for at least 200,000 plus miles. Just goes to prove not all Lemons are yellow!
Published: March 7, 2022
Linda of Fredericksburg, VA
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See attached photos! Out of the last 5 years I have owned my Hyundai I have
See attached photos! Out of the last 5 years I have owned my Hyundai I have had 4 door handles break and latches on inside to visor mirror & center console break within the first year of owning the vehicle. And I dont have children and never use these doors! It seems these are very cheaply made causing a huge inconvenience! 2 door handles repaired in the past 3 years and now 2 more are broke the same way this last year that have not been repaired. This has become very pricey and unnecessary to have to maintain to have working door handles. I have owned many cars in my life and never had this problem! Why arent these considered recalls??? I feel I should not have to continue to pay for the replacements of the handles and latches! I would like Hyundai to be responsible to repairing these items as they are currently not in working condition! Sincerely, Frustrated Hyundai owner.
Published: February 4, 2016
Cathy of Spanish Fort, AL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The timing belt went out on my 2008 Hyundai Accent with just over 63,000 mi
The timing belt went out on my 2008 Hyundai Accent with just over 63,000 miles, just over the 60,000 warranty. But thats not the worst of it. The dealership where I had it towed told me that I have a cracked cylinder head also. So here I am 600 miles away with a loaner because they couldnt fix it then. That was last week!I called Hyundai, but they say it is out of warranty. I have had other vehicles with lots more miles that needed a timing belt replaced, but nothing that affected the engine like this.
Published: November 28, 2011
Elma of Normangee, TX
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My sister bought two cars. One for her and one for her son. The second day
My sister bought two cars. One for her and one for her son. The second day he was stranded on the highway because the engine seized. They went back to the dealer and wanted to return the car and get a new one since this was a major issue for brand new car. They would not do that but also could not fix it so he was without a car for two months until they filed for the lemon law. The dealer was rude to them like this was their fault. They called Hyundai and they would not do anything either. All they wanted was what they bought two cars not one. A work associate of my husbands who also bought a Hyundai from the same dealer had similar issues but it took a year for the engine to finally seize. He had taken the car to the dealer several times about the engine but they never fixed it or admitted there was a problem. There was a recall for 2011-2012 Hyundai’s for engine issues and seems like they have the same issue with 2018 models.
Published: September 2, 2018
Kelly of Port Orange, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Hyundai Veloster 2012 - This vehicle caught fire while I was driving (rear
Hyundai Veloster 2012 - This vehicle caught fire while I was driving (rear bumper, passenger side). It was deemed a total loss. I lost all the money I put towards the car just to have nothing to show for it at the end. I could have been injured and was severely inconvenienced. Not to mention the stress that befell me during this time. I opened a claim with Hyundai motors. Not only did they NOT find what went wrong, but they only offered to pay my insurance deductible. This vehicle was always seen at a Hyundai dealership and had an extended warranty. My advice to anyone shopping for a vehicle; is to forego Hyundai, not only are they fire hazards, but they depreciate at an immense rate.
Published: September 25, 2017
elisana of Springfield, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This Hyundai Tucson is our 2nd owned cuz theyre such great cars. We had the
This Hyundai Tucson is our 2nd owned cuz theyre such great cars. We had the last one for 10+ yrs with no issues at all and we just wanted a new one. Plenty of cargo room and passenger space as well as comfortable.
Published: April 26, 2018
Dori of Fresno, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Ever since December 2016 and after 5 years of making on time payments I hav
Ever since December 2016 and after 5 years of making on time payments I have been having trouble making payments. I do not buy gifts for Christmas and I work through holiday so keeping track of my bank account is easy for me. I thought the automated bill came out on schedule December 23 as it had been for years instead they waited to take out on 25th a day after the due date. Never had a day late before, because I made sure to pay early before interest rate, other bills came out and grocery bill so I ended up overdrafting and paying late fees because my account was $2.00 short of 569.00. It happened again in January. After 5 long years of good paying, they punished me because they decided to take money out autopay 3 days later. I see their GAME. They win, win, win. Win from late fees, win from interest rates and win by forcing repo in case you get so tangled in their web! Not today not ever! I will report to FCC, BBB and all the way to the top if this continues. When money is there take it!!!
Published: January 22, 2017
Islah of New Orleans, LA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

My wife and I purchased a new 2010 Hyundai Sonata. We purchased this car be
My wife and I purchased a new 2010 Hyundai Sonata. We purchased this car because my wife commuted to work about 80 miles one way and liked the fact that it had the 100,000 mile warranty on the engine. The car has been great mechanically but now the exterior door handles are breaking off. I have since found out from 2 different dealerships that this is a known problem and was directed to file complaints with Hyundai and my Attorney General’s Office. Hyundai did contact me to address the complaint but refuse to offer any kind of assistance to repair the handles. I would not recommend this car to anyone looking to purchase one. This is not an isolated case. It is a known problem.
Published: June 11, 2014
Brad of Whiteland, IN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Hyundai treated me with total disregard regarding my disposition fee being
Hyundai treated me with total disregard regarding my disposition fee being extended. I had a hip injury and need a hip replacement. Therefore, it would be foolish to get a new car and not be able to drive it. They were not understanding at all and was only interested in the disposition fee being paid to them. I paid the fee and wrote a letter asking if they would reimburse me the $439.05 until September 2019 when I would be able to drive again and purchase a new car from them at that time. They refused me and showed no compassion or consideration to me at all. It was all about the money they wanted.The whole disposition fee is to repair the car of any problems or cosmetic issues. My car was UNDER 13,500 miles which definitely improves the value of the car. I’m the only one that drove it and it was taken perfect care of. I even had an oil change done on it and filled the car up with gas the day I turned it in. The gentleman at Circle Hyundai said he never saw a car returned that still looked brand new. I will NEVER buy another Hyundai and will be sure to tell my family & friends of the total disregard they gave me. I was never treated so badly by a Corporation in my life. That did it for me and Hyundai.
Published: June 20, 2019
Kathy of Asbury Park, NJ
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Once you buy the car you are on your own with respect to the warranty. Ther
Once you buy the car you are on your own with respect to the warranty. There is a poor association with the dealers and the company. The dealer will tell you the work is not covered or do poor work on the car and you have no options. The company will say it is a dealer issue and the dealer will tell you that the corporation has such strict guidelines on warranty work and you will not get anywhere. I complained and sent letters to executives and the president and they will send you back to customer service which will give you the usual routine about company policy. There is NO means of escalation. All you can do as a customer is use social media. This company has archaic concepts of customer service. This company has a long way to go with respect to customer service after you buy the car. Warranty work is very limited. Do not expect standard repairs after you purchase. I will never buy a Hyundai Car again!!!
Published: August 18, 2013
Gunther of Main Street, ON
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I must say that Hyundai of Metairie went out of their way to make things ri
I must say that Hyundai of Metairie went out of their way to make things right. Mike Dugas not only fixed my car, but it was free of charge. One person in the service department dropped the ball and it had a domino effect. Just proves that businesses must have everyone on the same page to make things work. We spend so much money on our cars. They are a huge investment! Thank you, Mike and Hyundai of Metairie for fixing this.
Published: January 1, 1970
Not of Metairie, LA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a seat belt in the back middle that the strap is too short and it fa
I have a seat belt in the back middle that the strap is too short and it falls in the seat belt hole in the seat. Big and little hands can not get it out. I have to carry a plyers in my car to pull it out. I explained this to Ed service manager and he said the car functions fine. Jim Smith, said that this was unacceptable and would take care of it. The next day Jim Smith changed his story and told me I had to call the 1-800 and file a complaint. They did absolutely nothing to help me and said the same thing that Ed said. Shouldnt it be an embarrassment to a company when their customers need to carry a plyers in their car to pull the seat belt out? Their customer service is the worst I have ever dealt with. This is my first Hyundai and my last.
Published: July 19, 2011
Annemarie of Cleves, OH
Source: consumeraffairs.com

VIN # **. We recently returned a leased 2016 Tucson, the lease was for 3 ye
VIN # **. We recently returned a leased 2016 Tucson, the lease was for 3 years. A letter from Hyundai, dated 13 June 2019, stated that we owed over $1100 on this Tucson. The main cause of this costs is apparently a very small, about a 1 inch “star” chip in the left headlight area. To most people the car looked almost new. If this charge stands you have a VERY dissatisfied customer. Before this outlandish charge you had a very satisfied customer.
Published: July 5, 2019
David` of Temecula, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I have a 2009 Santa Fe with 40,000 miles. While driving 8 hours in the rain
I have a 2009 Santa Fe with 40,000 miles. While driving 8 hours in the rain on a road trip, the paint started flying off my hood and roof in huge chunks. I have never had an accident or a chip in the paint. The repair shop called to report they are having problems fixing the original paint loss because more keeps coming off. Now it looks like a complete new paint job will be required. Hyundai says the warranty is up at 35,000 miles for paint. The paint job is obviously defective from the factory; however my attempt to file a claim with Hyundai led nowhere. Picture is from before it went to the shop and more paint came off the roof, hood and doors.
Published: June 4, 2014
linda of Gulf Breeze, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

How upsetting, to buy a car with 100000 mile 10-year warranty, and to have
How upsetting, to buy a car with 100000 mile 10-year warranty, and to have both visors break, lights over mirrors dont work and Hyundai says not their problem! Not covered! Its such a simple little thing to fix, and your company wont cover it. Its not like I got in the car and said lets break the visor today causing everyone who gets in the car to hit their head on it. Thanks.... a lot......for... what???
Published: August 14, 2014
Lorna Lou of Oklahoma City, OK
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Owner of a brand new 2017 Equus. This is their top of the line luxury car w
Owner of a brand new 2017 Equus. This is their top of the line luxury car which they have decided to quit manufacturing. First and foremost their whole marketing campaign about picking your car up and providing a replacement of similar kind when needing serviced was an absolute fabrication. After the Iast few month dealership just said, Sorry we don’t do that now. So much for honesty and follow through to commitment.Next within the 1st year and a half I had to have the dashboard replaced as it fell apart. Then my mirror on the driver side just fell off. Then the radio would not work. Just come on and off - ended up charging me for a new one but didn’t fix the problem. Now the car is overheating and to fix the radio like they should have done to start they now want to charge me several hundred more. I could go on at length on more problems but no point. I am writing this for one reason to warn others about this unbelievably crappy car with a $70,000 price tag. If you gave me one I would give you $500 to tow it away which you would get used to doing in a short period of time anyway.
Published: December 13, 2019
David of Mansfield, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I was in a car accident yesterday. I hit a deer head on going 70 mph. My ai
I was in a car accident yesterday. I hit a deer head on going 70 mph. My airbag never deployed and the deer took out my entire front and shoved the engine or engine block back. The car (2010 Hyundai Elantra) is being totaled and no one can tell me why the air bag did not deploy. I spent the morning in the ER and have a concussion, bruises and pain from the impact of hitting the steering wheel. I called Hyundai and they want me to fill out an information packet for them. The car has only been serviced by a Hyundai dealer. First responders to tow truck drivers cannot believe the airbag did not work.
Published: November 11, 2012
Dawn of Fort Campbell, KY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I noticed yesterday for the first time in my 2012 Elantra Touring, a wet/da
I noticed yesterday for the first time in my 2012 Elantra Touring, a wet/damp area at the top of the passenger side windshield strut where the plastic strut cover meets the fabric of the roof. It is not coming from the door seal, it is dry by the door seal?
Published: June 13, 2014
John of Northampton, MA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

If ever you want to know what Customer service is all about, visit the Hyun
If ever you want to know what Customer service is all about, visit the Hyundai dealership at 1505 Dundas St., in Whitby. The ultimate professionals were assisting us, Gabe ** the Finance Director and Samira ** the sales associate are part of this amazing team, at this location. My son was purchasing his first vehicle. The ease and process they used in making it happen, was astounding, smooth, and welcoming. I know where me, my wife, and the kids are getting our next car. Thanks so much guys, for making our experience so memorable.
Published: February 3, 2020
Keith of Oshawa, ON
Source: consumeraffairs.com

While driving down a busy highway, my engine went out. After having it towe
While driving down a busy highway, my engine went out. After having it towed to the local service department I was told it would be two weeks.. 8 weeks later my car is still not fixed and every week they tell me they dont have time to get to it. I can no longer afford a rental and I am in jeopardy of losing my job, I am to travel between three locations and can not possibly do that now. Today I received a recall on my engine, how are they just now sending me that??? I can not believe I am being treated so poorly. How is it that a company can sell you a piece of crap and then give you the run around on getting it fixed..
Published: November 28, 2021
Shawna of Hewitt, TX
Source: consumeraffairs.com

The Hyundai extended warranty is a joke, I purchased one in 2007 with my ne
The Hyundai extended warranty is a joke, I purchased one in 2007 with my new Tucson. However, absolutely nothing that has gone wrong on my car was covered. The A/C blower is intermittent. Its connector was not covered because its in the passenger compartment, only $600. The air bag light comes on, turns out the seat belt assembly isnt covered either, another $500. The warranty apparently only covers items that you cant see or touch and items that they cant find a way for you to see or touch. To top it off, there is nothing that tells you exactly what parts are covered. That information is only available at the dealer.
Published: August 3, 2011
Judi of Haymarket, VA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This complaint is in regards to the Hyundai customer service team. I have b
This complaint is in regards to the Hyundai customer service team. I have been in contact with several associates and managers, concerning a state to state transfer of my vehicles registration since November 19th, 2021. On November 19th, 2021, I contacted the team (via (800) 523-4030) to ask the best course of action for receiving, completing and returning the required documentation for this request. I was advised to mail in the documentation, to the overnight office located at the following address: 5505 N. Cumberland Ave., Ste 307 Chicago, IL 60055-4301.The package was delivered on Nov 22, 2021 at 9:48 am and signed for by an associate. After not receiving any follow up, I contacted the team again on December 9th, 2021 to confirm delivery. No confirmation was provided and I was told they would be following up with their partners in Chicago. I followed up again on December 17th and the 27th, still no answer or record of previous conversations. On the 27th I resubmitted the state to state transfer request via email/secure message. I was referred to the escalations department and have followed up 5 times since as resent the email once. Including today. There is still no record of notes from previous conversations or requests previously sent.Today I asked for a 4th submission via secured messaging, a copy of my title and for yet another email to be sent to the titles and complaints department. None of which has taken place. I am currently paying monthly for a vehicle I cannot legally operate, due to the customer service teams blatant neglect for the last 2 months. Each time I call I have to repeat this story. Enough is enough.
Published: January 12, 2022
keyanna of Portland, OR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

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