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NOVEMBER 2013

 Hyundai Sonata Braking System Defect Class Actions

The firm currently has pending a class action lawsuit involving alleged defects in the rear brakes of Hyundai Sonata vehicles, model years 2006-2010.  The suit concerns whether the premature wear and replacement of the brake rotors and other brake components are due to a defective part in the braking system, whether the brakes are subject to premature corrosion and whether this constitutes a breach of warranty on the part of Hyundai Motor Corp.  

Some owners/lessees have reported a grinding noise or vibration upon applying the brakes as early as 23,000 miles requiring replacement of the rotors and pads.  Others have noticed excessive corrosion and sticking or freezing of parts due to that corrosion.  In addition, there have been over 150 complaints relating to the rear brakes in the 2006-2010 Sonatas filed by consumers with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration’s Office of Defects Investigation (NHTSA-ODI).  These complaints indicate that owners have experienced problems with their rear bakes as early as 23,000 miles.  

As part of our on-going investigation, we are looking for qualifying vehicles for which we would remove and replace the brake components (with new components) at no cost to you. 

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APRIL 2013

We are investigating a potential defect in the rear brakes of the Hyundai Sonata vehicles, model years 2006-present.  The investigation concerns whether the premature wear and replacement of the brake rotors and other brake components are due to a defective part in the braking system and whether this constitutes a breach of warranty on the part of Hyundai Motor Corp.  It is believed that due to the excessive and unduly long pressure brought to bear by the calipers and the inferior brake parts on the vehicle, the excessive and undue pressure resulting in premature wear of brake parts, such as rotors and brake pads.

Some owners/lessees have reported a grinding noise or vibration upon applying the brakes as early as 23,000 miles requiring replacement of the rotors and pads.

If you have experienced this problem, please use our Contact page which holds all the information needed to contact us.

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