Hyundai Motor America is recalling approximately 120,000 ’04 and ’05 Elantra sedans built before Dec. 17, 2004 due to a software glitch in its airbag system. HMA says it is conducting a voluntary recall in response to the performance of the system in a recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety 40 mph (64 km/h), 40% offset frontal barrier test. It will install a free software change to affected models to remedy the situation. All Elantras produced after Dec. 17 will have the change ...

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