I purchased a 2007 Sante with a 2.7 liter engine and 4 speed automatic. Hyundai advertised the gas mileage to be 8 l /100 kms for highway driving. It got 12 l /100kms and 18 l / 100kms for city driving. The CD player kept heating up CDs to the point of warping them. I complained to the dealer in Edmonton, I was told that there was nothing that could be done and I had to live with it.
I was involved in an accident, where a person cut me off and I T-boned her at 60 kph. Non of the air bags went off. Again when I complained there was nothing there could do for me.
Hyundai want to sell cars and SUVs but they stretch the truth about their vehicle's capabilities, their air bags may not work and they don't know to fix their vehicles. How can car manufacturers get away with unethical business practises leaving the consumer to pay for their mistakes?