Hyundai Motor America says that it incorrectly reported horsepower ratings on some 1.3 million ’92-’02 model vehicles in its marketing materials. About half of the 3 million vehicles Hyundai has sold in the U.S. since the mid-1980s are affected. The horsepower ratings on about 400,000 of the affected vehicles had overstatements of 4% or more, which the importer says can result from normal manufacturing variation. Overall, the average weighted overstatement was 4.6 hp. The 2L Sonata ...

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