hmm have received that yet but it would only be good for another 2k.Just got a mailer today from Hyundai that extends the warranty on the sunroof for any Hyundai with a panoramic sunroof for model years 2010-2016. It extends the warranty to 10 years or 120,000 miles. They ask you to keep the mailer in your glove box along with your owners manual.
Initially, some dealerships were refusing to while others bit the bullet and made the replacement. This is why reporting things like this to NHTSA makes such a big difference. The claims came in and eventually Hyundai acquiesced. In Hyundai's defense, when you have a new car it's hard to know what is a problem and what isn't! However, exploding sunroofs weren't the only Hyundai models experiencing this nor was Hyundai the only brand experiencing this...... so a dealer should replace it without charge since they're known to be defective like that.
No, but that model is too new for reports to come in. Hyundai has denied any defective glass manufacturing so it is difficult to say if they have improved the new glass.Are there any reports of this new model having the same problem?
Again, reports of this happening on a car less than 3 years old seem to be particularly uncommon.The most recent reports are showing 2016 as the newest cars shattering once the outliers are excludedI have only heard of 2012-2014, but apparently the problem goes all the way up to 2016.
There are threads in the forum from the summer of 2012 when folks only had the Veloster for a year or less regarding the glass issue. The first recall for the sunroof was in December 2012 when the car was just out for 15 or 16 months then.It seems that the defective ones shatter after at least 3 years on average.......
.......Again, reports of this happening on a car less than 3 years old seem to be particularly uncommon.