DEFECTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS ON 2006-2010 HYUNDAI SONATAS ALERT

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Hyundai Alleging Hyundai Knowingly Sold Defective Brake Systems

According to the class action complaint filed June 17, 2015, Hyundai manufactured and sold defective brake systems in Hyundai Sonatas for model years 2006-2010. These defective brake systems can cause premature deterioration and failure when the brakes are applied. This presents an excessive danger to the consumer and the driving public.

If you or a family member currently owns a Hyundai Sonata model year 2006-20010 and have experienced early brake deterioration or failure, you may be entitled to compensation.

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DEFECTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS ON 2006-2010 HYUNDAI SONATAS ALERT

DEFECTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS ON 2006-2010 HYUNDAI SONATAS ALERT

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About Defective Brake Systems on 2006-2010 Hyundai Sonatas

A class action complaint was filed on June 17, 2015 in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey alleging Hyundai designed, manufactured, tested, marketed, distributed and knowingly sold defective braking systems on the 2006-2010 Hyundai Sonatas. According to the plaintiffs, these defective braking systems cause significant squeaking and unreasonably premature break down of the rotors and pads. If the condition is not rectified by replacing the entire braking system, complete braking failure can occur. This presents an extreme danger to not only the driver, but also the driving public. The complaint further alleges Hyundai knew of the defect and its effects through previously released data, testing, maintenance reports and customer complaints. Finally, plaintiffs accuse Hyundai of concealing and failing to disclose this information to the consumer at the time of vehicle purchase. To date, Hyundai has not recalled or offered to repair or replace the defective braking system, leaving the costs of the repairs and/or replacement to the consumer.

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