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Hyundai And Kia Recall 1.7 Million Vehicles

The entire point of brake lights on a car are to indicate to others that the driver has pressed the brake, so it’s a bit of a problem when that fails to happen, or when pressing the brake doesn’t disengage the vehicle’s cruise control like it should. And thus we have the reason why 1.7 million Kia and Hyundai vehicles are being recalled.

Additionally, Hyundai is recalling 186,000 cars for airbag concerns. More on that below.

First, the brake issue, which affects vehicles from the following makes and model years:


Accent: 2007-2009

Elantra: 2007-2010

Genesis Coupe: 2010-2011

Santa Fe: 2007-2011

Sonata: 2011

Tucson: 2007-2009

Veracruz: 2008-2009


Optima: 2011

Rondo: 2007-2010

Sedona: 2007

Sorento: 2007-2010

Soul: 2010-2011

Sportage: 2007-2010

via Hyundai And Kia Recall 1.7 Million Vehicles Because Brake Lights Are Supposed To Work When You Brake – Consumerist.

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