Hyundai Recalls Vehicles in the U.S. Over Oil Leak Concerns

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The NHTSA has issued a recall of 28,439 Hyundai vehicles in the United States owing to concerns about an oil leak.
The NHTSA has issued a recall of 28,439 Hyundai vehicles in the United States owing to concerns about an oil leak.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced a recall of 28,439 Hyundai vehicles in the United States due to concerns over a possible oil leak that could elevate the risk of an engine compartment fire.

Affected Models:

The recall applies to specific models and years, including:

  • Some 2018-2020 Genesis G80
  • 2017-2022 G90
  • 2019-2022 G70 vehicles
  • According to the NHTSA, these models are equipped with a 3.3-liter V6 turbocharged engine.

The potential oil leak identified in these vehicles poses a marked safety risk, as it may lead to engine compartment fires if not addressed promptly.

Safety Concerns and Consumer Action:

Owners of the affected Hyundai vehicles are urged to take immediate action upon receiving notification from the manufacturer. They should contact their local Hyundai dealership to schedule an inspection and necessary repairs to address the oil leak issue.

Hyundai Motor America is cooperating with the NHTSA’s recall process and working diligently to rectify the issue. The company is committed to ensuring the safety of its customers and resolving any potential hazards associated with their vehicles.

Importance of Vehicle Maintenance:

This recall underscores the importance of regular vehicle maintenance and timely response to safety recalls. Prompt action can mitigate the risk of accidents and protect motorists and passengers on the road.

Owners of the affected Hyundai models can refer to the NHTSA’s website or contact Hyundai Motor America directly for more information about the recall, including details on identifying if their vehicle is included in the recall and steps to take for resolution.

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