really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
34,318 miles

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2006 Hyundai Azera lights problems

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2006 Hyundai Azera Owner Comments (Page 2 of 2)

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problem #3

Jun 152007


  • 9,000 miles


Hyundai Azera 2006 when it reach 9,000 miles the front headlights began dimming while driving at night. I have brought it back to the dealership 3 times and they state that "this condition does not adversely affect visibility or headlamp illumination in any manner. This condition is normal and does not reflect any malfunction of the electrical system. Do not attempt to repair this condition." Well, my lights going out for 5 seconds could mean the end of someone's life! this is a major problem that Hyundai is not addressing and I am mad! does it need to begin to end in deaths before there is a fix?

- Richmond, VA, USA

problem #2

May 262008


  • miles
I purchased a 2006 Hyundai Azera two years ago. I called to tell Hyundai usa that the driver side headlight low beam was not operating with a full field of light, it appears to have a shield over the top half of the light. This creates a sharp distinctive shadow and a very short field of light when driving in darkness and is not illuminating a safe amount of the road. I have talked to Hyundai usa and two different Hyundai dealers about it and the problem goes unacknowledged. They all say they have not heard of this problem although they do attempt to adjust it. They have all said that the light is pointed down to avoid blinding the oncoming traffic, but if the driver is not provided with enough light to see in front of him, he is virtually driving blind. This is a real driving hazard. I am now aware of the recall 08E-021 concerning the replacement lamps on Hyundai, but they are not addressing the headlights that are original to the car.

- Purcellville, VA, USA

problem #1

Sep 302006

Azera 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
My 1006 Hyundai Azera has a dark shadow covering part of the left headlamp. In night driving, this results in limited vision on the left side of the road. Dealer told me there's a black dot on the left headlamp which is supposed to reduce glare of my headlights for oncoming vehicles. However, this limited vision may actually result in a collision with a pedestrian or vehicle. Dealer told me headlamps are set to spec and cannot be adjusted. It seems to me, that my safety should supersede the comfort of oncoming vehicles.

- Ocala, FL, USA

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