Hyundai vehicles with faulty sunroofs recalled in the US
Roughly 63,000 Hyundai vehicles in the U.S. are being recalled by the manufacturer due to a potential sunroof problem that could cause physical injuries to other motorists when it malfunctions, an article for Fox Business stated on October 20.
In the recall papers submitted by Hyundai to federal auto safety authorities, the sunroofs of 2015-2016 Sonata vehicles may suddenly detach during operation and struck other vehicles. The problem, according to the company was due to the improper bonding of the sunroof components during manufacturing stage. Though there were no injuries or accidents that were linked to the malfunctioning sunroofs, Hyundai had been notified of some complaints of detaching sunroofs. Hyundai dealers will provide the free repair of vehicles once recall notification letters are sent in December.
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