This car had 2 major problems within 15 days of owning the car.
1. The radiator popped a weld (or something) on the way home from the dealership. The radiator had to be replaced (at 25 miles on the odometer).
2. Within a week of the radiator being fixed, the car would not start. The battery was fine. The car had to be towed back to the dealership. Turns out that the circuit board controlling the car starting was dead.
We also own a 2006 Sonata that has never given us any problems.
Maybe Hyundai quality has gone down since the Sonata is becoming more popular?
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