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The $1.13 billion recall: Hyundai to replace batteries in 82,000 electric cars due to fire risk – CarAdvice

Hyundai Australia is about to recall approximately 1100 electric cars sold from 2018 to 2020 due a fire risk when recharging. In Australia, about 800 Hyundai Kona…

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Australia will be part of a global recall of two of Hyundais latest electric cars due to a fire risk when recharging.
Hyundai Australia is about to recall approximately 1100 electric cars sold from 2018 to 2020 due a fire risk when recharging.
In Australia, about 800 Hyundai Kona electric cars and approximately 300 examples of the Hyundai Ioniq electric car are affected.
While there have been no reports of fire in Hyundai electric cars locally, overseas reports says there been 15 fires in the US,…

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