Hyundai Motor is recalling its new Sonata sedan to replace some front door latches following a few customer complaints. Hyundai said it discovered a mechanical problem in the vehicle’s front door latches, which, in rare instances, will not close properly. The recall will affect some 46,000 Sonatas produced in South Korea until December 6th and about 1,300 others manufactured at Hyundai’s plant in Montgomery, Alabama. and sold to American customers until February 16th. “To avoid a possible occurrence of the problem, Hyundai has been applying modified parts to some of its Korean and U.S. production models,” Hyundai said in a statement. Hyundai should be commended for its prompt corrective action in this matter.
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