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2018 Hyundai Sonata

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$24,799 - $36,999
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2018 Hyundai Sonata

Key Specifications for 2018 Hyundai Sonata

Fuel Economy 6.9 - 10.4 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 185 - 245 hp
Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 178 - 260 ft-lb
Seats 5
 

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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2019640
Recall date
2019-12-17
System affected
Engine
Model year(s) affected
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Manufacturer Recall Number:
R0153
Units Affected:
275,533
Notification Type:
Safety TC
Issue: Hyundai Auto Canada is conducting a Product Improvement Campaign that provides an update to the engine control module to detect potential problems before an engine fails. An engine failure would cause a sudden loss of power with an inability to restart. Note: This affects Sonata and Santa Fe Sport equipped with a 2.4 L GDI or 2.0 L Turbo GDI engine, as well as Tucson equipped with a 2.4 L GDI engine. Safety Risk: A sudden loss of engine power could increase the risk of an accident. Corrective Actions: The company will notify owners by mail. Owners will be instructed to take their vehicle to a dealer to update the software for the engine control module. Note: Vehicles previously repaired under Product Improvement Campaign R0153 (TC # 2019-130) do not require this software update. Owners can find additional information at www.hyundaiengineinfo.ca.
Recall number
2019130
Recall date
2019-03-11
System affected
Engine
Model year(s) affected
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Manufacturer Recall Number:
R0153 (80CA08)
Units Affected:
255,370
Notification Type:
Safety TC
Issue: Hyundai Auto Canada is conducting a Product Improvement Campaign that provides an update to the engine control module to detect potential problems before an engine fails. An engine failure would cause a sudden loss of power with an inability to restart. Note: This affects Sonata and Santa Fe Sport equipped with a 2.4 L GDI or 2.0 L Turbo GDI engine, as well as Tucson equipped with a 2.4 L GDI engine. Safety Risk: A sudden loss of engine power could increase the risk of an accident. Corrective Actions: The company will notify owners by mail. Owners will be instructed to take their vehicle to a dealer to update the software for the engine control module. Note: Vehicles repaired under Service Campaigns, C0336, C0344, or C0347, already have this software update. Owners can find additional information at www.hyundaiengineinfo.ca.
Recall number
2019012
Recall date
2019-01-10
System affected
Engine
Model year(s) affected
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Manufacturer Recall Number:
R0151
Units Affected:
7,027
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Issue: When repairs were completed under recall campaign 2015-428 (Hyundai #R0101) or 2017197 (Hyundai #R0130), the high pressure fuel pipe may not have been properly installed on the fuel pump outlet. A fuel leak could occur if the pipe was damaged, misaligned or improperly torqued during the recall repair. Safety Risk: Leaking fuel in the presence of an ignition source could increase the risk of a fire causing injury and/or property damage. Corrective Actions: The company will notify owners by mail. Owners will be instructed to take their vehicle to a dealer for an inspection. If fuel leakage is detected, the fuel pipe will be replaced with a new one.
Recall number
2018135
Recall date
2018-03-16
System affected
Powertrain
Model year(s) affected
2016 2017 2018
Manufacturer Recall Number:
R0141 (81C016)
Units Affected:
187
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain plug-in hybrid vehicles, the battery Voltage Protection Device (VPD) switch could inadvertently activate. If the VPD switch is activated, electricity to the vehicle's electric motor may be disconnected. If this occurs while the vehicle is driven under Electric Vehicle (EV) mode, the vehicle may experience a loss of motive power, which could increase the risk of a crash causing injury and/or property damage. Correction: Dealers will remove the current VPD switch and install a newly designed battery management system module containing an overvoltage protection device. The corresponding wiring harness will also be installed. Note: This condition would result in the of the “Check Hybrid System" warning light illuminating.

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