2nd May 2011, 17:43

Actually I thought the most logical approach would be to simply not purchase a Hyundai.

When looking for a new car, the purchase price isn't the only thing to take into account. By the sounds of your concerns, you would have been better off with more advanced engineering - in the form of German or high end Japanese (Lexus) cars.

31st Mar 2012, 10:30

I have a 2012 Hyundai Sonata with the "hood effect" headlight issue. I called the company to report the hazard of night driving. The told me they would not do anything to correct. Shame on them. I reported them to the Better Business Bureau. Does anyone have a solution to this?

I love my new car, but also notice the car smells bad when the defroster is on, has heat shields that are too low, so I had to replace the wheel well lining at my cost, and it has a squeak when the moon roof is open.

This is a great car, BUT not my problem, and the company is not willing to do anything.

23rd May 2015, 23:42

There's this really cool feature on cars called "driving lights." Most people call them "Brights" but they are one in the same. When driving on country roads, you push the turn signal lever forward, and these magical lights turn on and expand the field of vision! Who would have thought?

27th Nov 2015, 04:40

Same problem with the headlights, and I found out low beam bulbs cannot be replaced. High beams are not very bright or no difference, but dark country roads are visible. Can low beam bulbs be changed?

28th Nov 2015, 08:52

I do not see the reason for the annoyed/sarcastic replies. Those commenting on the lighting flaw are right in expecting a car to perform acceptably in common scenarios found across North America. Even a micro car is expected to light up the road ahead without relying on street lights. I never faced such issues even in my first car in high school (1990 Geo Prizm) or college (1994 Ford Taurus), and I drove those regularly through urban and rural areas between Lawrence, KS and St. Louis, MO.