Beijing Hyundai plans to recall 63,588 vehicles equipped with Kumho tires built between June 2008 and January 2011, a Chinese government agency says. The recall includes the Elantra, Elantra Yuedong, Accent, Sonata NF, Tucson, Verna, Sonata Monica and i30 models equipped with possibly faulty tires produced by Kumho in seven different batches. The tires were made using too much rubber from recycled tires and could fail prematurely or catastrophically, China’s General Administration of ...

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