Hyundai Recalls 26,000 Vehicles Due to Defect That Can Cause the Windshield to Detach
Automaker Hyundai is recalling tens of thousands of vehicles due to a defect that could cause the vehicles’ windshields to detach during a crash.
ConsumerReports.org reports that Hyundai is recalling 26,000 sedans including 2020 and 2021 model year Elantras and Sonatas. According to the report, faulty adhesives may have improperly bound the windshield to the vehicles. The defect can allow moisture into the car and may produce a wind sound when the vehicles are moving.
#Recall: Hyundai is recalling over 26,000 Elantra and Sonata sedans from the 2020 model year and Santa Fe SUVs from the 2020 and 2021 model years because their windshields may detach in a crash. https://t.co/AGjGjy3pVv
— Consumer Reports (@ConsumerReports)
January 16, 2022
A more serious potential defect is that the windshields may detach in the event of a crash, potentially injuring the occupants.
Hyundai has indicated that it has not had any reports of injuries stemming from the defect.
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