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Hyundai is a South Korean brand that began selling vehicles in the U.S. in the 1980s. Together with the Kia and Genesis brands, it is part of the Hyundai Motor Group which is the third largest automobile manufacturer in the world. Hyundai has generally been regarded as producing low quality, budget vehicles that do not prioritize style or safety. In recent years, it has begun turning that reputation around and has improved its rankings and sales to challenge some of the more established automakers. However, this brand is still proving its worth. Customer satisfaction is inconsistent and dropped substantially in 2020 according to an industry-wide survey. Owners are still troubled with problems with their Hyundai. If you are one of these dissatisfied owners, Timothy Abeel & Associates may be able to help. You may be entitled to a replacement vehicle or cash reimbursement under your state lemon laws. Contact us for a free case review to find out.

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