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Electric Vehicles are Less Reliable per Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports latest reliability study finds that most EVs are less reliable than conventional or hybrid vehicles.
Is your Hyundai or Kia causing problems? Or hiding them?
There is a lot going on in the news about Hyundai and Kia. If you have a Hyundai or Kia vehicle, make sure you don’t ignore problems with your vehicle.
Hyundai: Exploding seat belts are not their only problem
Korean automaker, Hyundai, has recalled 239,000 cars in the United States because the driver and passenger side seat belt pretensioners may explode and project metal fragments throughout the vehicle.
What’s the problem with new Hyundai models?
Recently, we’ve been getting a lot of calls from Hyundai owners who are having problems with their recent model year Hyundai. The Hyundai Tucson and Hyundai Santa Fe, in particular, are causing trouble for consumers who thought they had bought a new, popular, decently rated SUV, and ended up with a lemon.
The Great Hyundai Stink of 2020
The Hyundai Palisade is an award-winning, three row SUV that made quite a stink with its 2020 debut. Numerous owners reported a smell inside the cabin, particularly on hot days or when the vehicle doors and windows were closed for a long time. This was not the “new car smell” that we all recognize and sometimes miss when it disappears after a few weeks or months. The smell reported by Palisade owners was nothing to be excited about - “a sharp chemical odor with a dash of something organic like garlic or rotten produce” (according to Cars.com) - and it got stronger over time, rather than dissipating like the usual new car smell.
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