Hyundai will call back cars in North America

Hyundai will call back cars in North America,Hyundai will call back 281,000 cars in North America because of a part that can explode.

WASHINGTON, May 24 – Hyundai Motor America (005380. KS) recalls 281,000 cars and trucks in North America because the seatbelt pre-tensioners could explode and send metal pieces flying, hurting people.

After three reports of injuries, Hyundai is calling back some 2019–2022 Accent, 2021–2023 Elantra, and 2021–2022 Elantra hybrids. In a crash, the front seatbelt pretensioners could blow up when they are used. So dealers will put a cap on pretensions to keep them safe.

Seatbelt pretensioners are part of a system that locks the seatbelt in place during an accident to protect the people inside even more.

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Hyundai will call back cars in North America

This recall replaces and adds to four previous ones. As a result, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Tuesday that all Accent, Elantra, and Elantra HEV cars have already been fixed because of previous recalls and would need to have the new fix done.

Hyundai said that the new recall includes about 42,000 cars in Canada and 239,000 cars in the United States. Two people were hurt in the US, and one person was hurt in Singapore.

In September, NHTSA told Hyundai about a crash involving a 2021 Elantra. The driver’s side seat belt pre-tensioner allegedly didn’t work right, causing metal pieces to hit passengers’ legs and hurt them. The agency asked Hyundai to figure out what went wrong.

Hyundai said that it was still looking into the recalled Venue and Genesis GV70/GV80 cars, even though it had spent a lot of time figuring out what was wrong.

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