Hyundai Pulls 425,000 Tuscon Cars from the Chinese Market, What’s Wrong?

Monday, 15 February 2021 – 19:37 WIB

Hyundai logo illustration. Photo: Antara

jpnn.com, BEIJING – Hyundai, a leading South Korean automotive manufacturer, withdrew 425,201 units of cars it produces from the Chinese market. Hyundai said the cars needed to be repaired.

The Chinese National Marketing Regulatory Agency (SAMR) on Monday (15/2) said that the four-wheeled vehicles that were pulled from the market were the Tucson type made May 12, 2015 to December 14, 2018.

The short circuit that occurs due to the failure of the hydraulic electronic control control unit is a problem so that this compact SUV type vehicle must be withdrawn from the owner for repair.

SAMR, in a statement quoted by media in China, said that if the failure was not fixed, it could cause a fire,

The manufacturer will replace the faulty fuse in the vehicle and update the software. (ant / dil / jpnn)

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