Acting on four consumer complaints, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened an investigation focusing on the rear brakes of 2016 Hyundai Sonata.
It has been a busy month for the auto world’s latest luxury brand, Genesis. Think about this for a moment. At the beginning of August, the only Genesis on the market was Hyundai’s Model 80 sedan.
Within the last 18 months, an electronics expert said that soon many safety-related vehicle recalls would be electronic and not mechanical.
Have you ever noticed how rumors seem to come and go in the auto business? You know the rumors, don’t you? They are like sightings of the Yeti or Nessie or aliens at Area 51.
Every automaker has vehicles that don’t appear in the U.S. They are vehicles that make pretty good additions to the ones we have available here.
With the announcement of the Genesis brand earlier his month and with the planned launch of an entry into the compact, high-performance market, Hyundai has thrown down the gauntlet, announcing to
In the last couple of weeks, Amazon and Hyundai have done some interesting things that have left many wondering about the linkage.
Hyundai certainly has come a long way since its launch in 1986. For years, the automaker billed itself as the low-cost alternative, which, it indeed was.
Sometimes it is amazing just how one part can affect a car. Take the 2013 Hyundai Elantra, for example.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Hyundai has a good idea; how about a test drive? It’s not just any test drive. It’s a first-to-market, on-line test drive of a new Hyundai Elantra.
And, you thought that Alexa was another pretty face, didn’t you? Oh, you don’t know who or what Alexa is?
Do you remember when Hyundai was just a set of wheels? When the automaker arrived here, Hyundai was willing to do anything to crack the U.S. market.
“On the Genesis lineup, the whole thing is still in discussion.
Of all of the automotive segments in the US market, the midsized sedan group is often labeled as being the least impressive, the least exciting, the least fun to drive and the most appliance like –
With yesterday’s announcement by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that it had expanded its investigation into devices made by ARC of Knoxville, Tenn., a new page has been
Takata Isn't Alone in Airbag Crisis, ARC-Made Inflator Explosion in Hyundai Elantra Causes Huge Probe
A second, more subtle assumption has been that the vehicles involved in the first, record-shattering airbag recall were Hondas. However, there are other vehicles involved.