Headlight problem with low beams on my Hyundai Sonata 2010. Very noticeable when going up and down hills, and around curves, when a black pall of curtain descends upon the upper 50% of the headlight reach. It forms a blind spot when going around curves, and up and down hills, where I can only see the lower 50% of the normal headlight field. The upper half is black. This is dangerous for me, as my field of vision is obstructed. I am worried that I will hit a person or animal because they are not illuminated.
I have been to the dealership 3x, and they have adjusted the headlights up to compensate with no success. All that happens now is the beams are too high in the air, and oncoming cars flash their lights at me. Still the black curtain blocks my vision after dark.
Hyundai US denies that I have a problem, and said that "headlights are working as designed". They have referred me back to dealership for 4th visit! Hyundai US told me to drive with my high beams on all the time! They are not helping me at all.
The dealership is very nice, and they say there have been other complaints on this issue, but they do not have any way to fix it. I cannot recommend Hyundai, if they will not help me and if other cars have this problem. Test the car at night if you are going to buy one! I think that organizations that test cars should test the lights as well. This problem seems to have slipped thru the reviews done on this model when it was new. I studied all the reviews before I selected this car. At this point I am very nervous about driving the car at night, and have to drive slow on back roads to avoid overdriving the lower 50% of my low beams.