Hyundai is giving pain to its loyal customers again.
Hyundai has decided to recall 239,000 cars due to exploding seat belt problem.
At least 3 people are found to be injured in the US and Singapore due to seat belt explosion.
The Korean car maker has asked its customers to bring their cars to their local Hyundai dealer before its too late.
Their cars will be checked for seat belt issue and if needed, it will be repaired or changed.
The models which are being recalled include 2019-2022 Hyundai Accents, 2021-2023 Hyundai Elantras, and 2021-2022 Hyundai Elantra HEVs.
The damaged cars are four-door cars and car owners will be notified about taking any action if required by July 15th this year.
The Hyundai car company is trying to find the root cause of the issue.
It is advised that if you own a Hyundai car then please get it checked with local Hyundai car dealer.
If you are not sure whether you should get your car checked or not then
You can call at Hyundai customer service on 855-371-9460 and quote Recall 229 for any query.
Alternatively, you can visit www.nhtsa.gov or you can call the NHTSA vehicle safety hotline on 888-327-4236.
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