Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s new Veracruz cross/utility vehicle sold in North America is not affected by a recall ordered by South Korea’s ministry of construction and transportation. The recall affects 6,286 Veracruz diesel models that failed government crash tests. The ministry reports that in head-on collision testing the fuel pump was damaged and could result in fuel leakage outside the engine compartment. Hyundai invested $233 million over 49 months to develop its first-ever 3L V-6 ...

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