Hyundai Palisade owners complain about unpleasant smell in the cabinAugust 26, 2020
After the Hyundai Palisade cross-country loses the aroma of the new car, it is replaced by a putrid smell. Neither the owners of Palisade, nor the Korean company itself could find the reason for its occurrence.
New complaints about the unpleasant odor are constantly appearing in the online communities of Korean cross-country owners in the United States. According to many owners, it appears after about a thousand kilometers, but it remains even after several months of use. To describe the smell, the owners use the following phrase: “a combination of some kind of chemistry with the scent of worn out dirty socks, garlic and rotten food.”
The smell intensifies if the car is under the sun for a long time or has not been used for several days. The owners of the crosses have not yet come to a consensus about the source of the smell, but in general they agree that it is produced by the front wheels.
The office of the Korean brand in the United States confirmed that they knew about the problem, but so far they have not revealed what the cause is. The company is currently investigating. Once the source of the odor is identified, dealers will be sent instructions on how to eliminate it.
In addition, it was recently noted that a “charged” sedan Hyundai Elantra N 2022 was noticed during the tests. It should be emphasized that the novelty of the 2022 model year has got thick exhaust pipes and a powerful power unit.
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