Hyundai recalls nearly 5,000 2018 Kona crossoversJanuary 8, 2019
The reason for the recall is an error when assembling cars, which can lead to overheating of brake fluid in the front brake pipe. Under the review while getting 4 969 units of cars in Australia.
The Australian unit Hyundai announced the launch of a revocable campaign, which will affect 4,969 Kona crossovers sold during 2018. As part of the recall, the company will diagnose and repair the front brake system. An assembly tube installation error occurred during assembly, so it may come into contact with the exhaust system.
Over time, the brake tube can rub or tear, which can lead to a significant deterioration in braking performance, although the complete breakage of the brakes does not happen due to a double circuit. However, the danger of getting into an accident increases significantly.
It is also noted that only versions with 1.6-liter turbo engine and only with all-wheel drive respond.
Meanwhile, Hyundai introduced more renderers of the walking Elevate Concept car. The public debut will take place tonight at the opening of the CES exhibition.
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