Monday, September 27, 2010

The recall of Hyundai Sonata 2011

is recalling 139,500 Sonata sedans from model years 2011 problem with the steering shaft, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Of the cars manufactured between December 1911, 2009, and in September 1910, 2010, steering column shaft may cooperate in the universal wrong or not tightened enough. You can use the manufacturing date sticker on your car on the driver's side door.

According to the manufacturer of the largest car of the BBC News, South Korea on vehicles due to steering of care. This recall is a precautionary measure only, and no incidents or accidents have been reported to date.

The Sonata, the automaker best selling model in the United States accounted for 35% of Hyundai sales. The recall is for Sonata models manufactured from December 2009. The problem may be due to loss or reduction of the steering system and memory is an initiative of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It is important to remember Hyundai. The automaker is riding a wave of sales success under the leadership of the new Sonata, which is a top-10 best seller for the past few months.

The recall is expected to start in October, but gave no specific date. For more information, owners can call Hyundai at 800-633-5151 or NHTSA hot line at 888-327-4236.

1 comment:

joanna.elherro said...

my grandma was thinking of getting one of these. i'll have to inform her.