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Hyundai recalls Sonata cars due to defective sunroof

Posted on October 28, 2016 11:44 am under Automotive Defects

Korean automaker Hyundai recently recalled nearly 63,000 Sonata cars because of a sunroof defect that allows it to detach unexpectedly.

The recall comes after Hyundai found that a wind deflector, meant to reduce noise, appeared to have been ineffectively attached to the vehicle. Because of this, the chance that the sunroof panel can come off of the vehicle increases.

Sonata sedans from 2015 and 2016 have been affected by the recall, as were hybrids from those same years. The company has not received any reports of accidents or injuries so far but has seen complaints of the defect occurring.

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