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5.7

fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
15,333 miles

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2011 Hyundai Veracruz wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2011 Hyundai Veracruz Owner Comments

problem #3

Jul 222013

Veracruz 6-cyl

  • miles

A D V E R T I S E M E N T S

Unfortunately, I do not know the exact first date of incidence, so I put todays date. Since purchasing my 2011 Veracruz I have had to deal with the TPMS light turning on frequently while I am driving. On more than one occasion I have brought the car to the service department and each time, there has been nothing wrong with the system. As was reported to me by my service advisor, there is a known defect that the TPMS light goes on when something is being charged. As silly as this sounds, I understand that it is not the service departments problem, so I only charge when necessary. However, the TPMS light continues to go on, even when there is nothing in the charger. When this light turns on, I immediately become anxious and concerned about my safety and the safety of my passengers. According to the drivers manual, I should bring my car to service asap when the light is on. At this point, it is impossible to keep doing this as I work full time and have children to get to school, work and other activities. > > > > today, driving with my family, the TPMS went on yet again. We were on our way to a doctors appointment and had no time to stop at the dealership. So we drove to the doctor, all stressed and hoping that it was once again a false alarm, which, as it turned out, it was. There is no rhyme or reason as to when and why this light goes on. My biggest concern now is, I have come to the point that I assume it is a false alarm each time and how will I know when it is a legitimate warning! > > > > at this point, I no longer have any confidence in this car. I am constantly on edge, waiting for the TPMS light or something else going wrong. This is very upsetting as I have only had the car for 2 1/2 years. I don't know what to do anymore.. I also believe that Hyundai corporation didn't love the Veracruz either, as they are no longer in production. > >

- Holbrook, NY, USA

problem #2

May 012013

Veracruz 6-cyl

  • 21,000 miles
Since I purchased this vehicle brand new, the TPMS light comes on intermittendly. Took the car in multiple times and Hyundai said they cannot fix it unless the light is on at the to me of repair, looking around the web, just about anyone that owns this vehicle has the same issue, this is a distraction while driving and if my wife is driving she freaks out, one day the will be a problem for real and it's just a accident waiting to happen and I will hold Hyundai responsible, why wait for that, please look around the web and you will see that most Veracruz owners have the same issue and Hyundai is doing nothing about it thank you for your time.

- South Plainfield, NJ, USA

problem #1

Dec 272012

Veracruz 6-cyl

  • 25,000 miles
I purchase this vehicle in 2011, ever since the first month of ownership the TPMS light continuously goes on and off. I have had the vehicle in to the Hyundai service center numerous times, roughly once a month for over a year, for this very problem. Today, 12/28/12, my vehicle is back in the shop. I was called by the service manager and told that there was a bulletin they received regarding this light from Hyundai. They said that "any radio or magnetic wave interference" or "other electronic devices" can cause this light to come on. That there is no fix and I just need to have the car checked when it comes on to make sure there is nothing really wrong or ignore the light if I feel everything is alright. I find this "fix" very unsatisfactory. I put my children in this vehicle on a daily basis. If I "ignore" the light as told I am potentially putting myself, my passengers, and other drivers on the road at risk. If something were really wrong with my tires I could have a major accident. Especially since the light tends to go off while on the interstate which is 75 mph speeds. It is not feasible to expect me to take the car into the dealer and have it checked everytime this happens as it most days happens every day. The only offer from the supervisor at Hyundai was for him to offer me a free oil change for my trouble. This is a potential safety issue that I do not consider mild enough to ignore. I do not like placing myself or my passengers at risk unnecessarily.

- Cheyenne, WY, USA

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