Hyundai And Kia Under Investigation Over US Vehicle Fires
Mar 23, 2019 by Martin Bigg Investigation
The two Korean automakers have recalled over 2.3 million vehicles over engine fire risks since 2015.
Several US states are currently investigating Hyundai and Kia over potentially unfair and deceptive acts related to hundreds of reported vehicle fires. Since 2015, the two Korean automakers have recalled more than 2.3 million vehicles to rectify various engine fire risks. Back in November, federal prosecutors launched a criminal investigation into the South Korean brands to determine if specific recalls linked to engine defects had been executed properly.
"We are aware of multiple fires involving Connecticut vehicles, including some allegedly already repaired through the recall process. This is a serious matter, and we are moving aggressively and responsibly to uncover the facts and to ensure accountability,” said Connecticut Attorney General William Tong in a statement... See the complete story at CarBuzz
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