2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited Review and Test Drive

30 Jul
2015 hyundai sonata limited

Hyundai got to the United States in 1986 as a Korean automaker of very inexpensive cars. Unfortunately, it was too common that when you saw a Hyundai, it was either on the side of the road or on the back of a wrecker. In fact, I would not allow a Hyundai dealer on my radio show until 2007. Fast-forward to today, and Hyundai has transformed itself completely into one of the best car companies anywhere worldwide.

Now comes the all-new 2015 Hyundai Sonata, a car that has clearly been working out at the gym. This new sedan is larger, wider, and taller and is now officially a large car.… Read more

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NEW GM Bulk Recall – Car Pro News

GM announced six new recalls that cover 717,950 Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC models from the 2010 to 2015 model years. The bulk of the recalls — 414,333 cars — involves late-model GM midsize SUVs, the Chevrolet Camaro sports cars and two Buick sedans, all with power height-adjustable seats. The power adjusters have faulty bolts, which may cause the seats to move up or down freely; GM says owners should not use the height adjuster until dealers replace the bolts. The automaker says it’s aware of one crash and three injuries but no fatalities that stem from the issue.
Another 57,242 Chevrolet Impalas have a new power-steering issue; GM says it’s aware of one crash but no injuries or fatalities from it.… Read more

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Volkswagen Golf and GTI Recall – Car Pro News

Vehicles Affected: More than 2,000 model-year 2015 Volkswagen Golf and GTI hatchbacks manufactured between Jan. 27, 2014, and May 12, 2014.
The Problem: The stabilizer link fasteners may come loose and possibly interfere with steering, requiring additional effort to control the vehicle and increasing the risk of a crash. Volkswagen earlier this month issued a stop sale order to dealers on the 2015 Golf and GTI due to the stabilizer link fastener issue, covering about 700 vehicles in dealer inventory; the automaker said no accidents or injuries related to this problem have been reported.
The Fix: Volkswagen will begin notifying owners this month, and dealers will replace the front stabilizer links for free.… Read more

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