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Hyundai Corporate Office Headquarters

How To Contact Hyundai Corporate Office Headquarters

10550 Talbert Ave.
Fountain Valley, CA 92708-6031 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-714-965-3000
Fax Number: 1-714-965-3149
Customer Service Number: 1-800-633-5151
Roadside Assistance USA: 1-800-243-7766

Hyundai’s main competitors are Toyota, Chevrolet, Jeep, Chrysler, Ram, Jeep, Honda, Nissan, and Ford.

 
  • 3 window failures on a 2017 Hyundai Tucson with only 72,000 miles. The repair cost is around $500.00 per window. At this point, I sometimes think I would be better off selling it and buying another brand of car. PS: I talked to the Hyundai service writer and he said it is a known problem, and Hyundai will not upgrade window regulators. Your option is just to replace it.

     
  • I leased an Elantra in 2019 in Gainesville, FL. I purchased this vehicle at lease end, sent my funds to Tresl/IFS on 3-10-2022, and have attempted to receive my title many, many times to no avail. Nobody seems to have an answer, and in the meantime my local DMV office cannot assist me in this matter without information from Tresl. This is absolutely the most inefficient company I have ever tried to do business with. I tried Corporate offices for Hyandai with no answer. They tend to pass the buck. Very disheartening. I have spent virtually hours in this regard. Do not do business with Park Hyundai in Gainesville. They have stepped out of the picture all together.

     
  • 2018 Tuscan Limited, 29800 miles, seems like the car has no power, from a stop when you step on the gas there is a hesitation, in slow moving traffic the car feels like it will stall, trying to merge or pass another car it just revs and does not move, its very dangerous, Dealer told me this is normal, i know this should not be like this, dont know how anyone can say this is normal, i guess when someone gets killed they might finally fix the issue.

     
  • I brought my 2010 santa fe in for it's computer software call back. After I drove home the Check engine light came on. I brought it back and they ran the codes and said it was my MAP sensor. Isn't ironic that tis only happened after they serviced my vehicle?. because it's a 2010 it is over warranty on mileage but I believe it is negligence on The service dept. at this dealer. I got in touch with case management but they ignored my letter and told the service dept. that it's over warranty. This light never went on until the update was done. I will never by a Hyundai again. When I had my Mitsubishi Galant it was over warranty and my timing belt went when on a long trip with my family. They paid for my repairs as well as our hotel fees and food. So what's up with Hyundai? Just greed I believe! Thanks for nothing Hyundai. I will replace the MAP sensor myself instead of their quote of 345.00 I will be saving hundreds of dollars!

     
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