2022 Hyundai Kona SUV Speed Control Malfunction

If you own or lease a 2022 Hyundai Kona SUV, you should know that several customers have lodged complaints about faulty speed control sensors and collision avoidance systems. Reports of the adaptive cruise control feature causing the vehicle to slow down suddenly by 15 miles per hour when engaged and automated braking failures continue to arise from concerned drivers across the country. So far, the manufacturer has yet to issue a single safety recall, leaving Hyundai customers without lasting solutions to these persistent issues.

The owner of a 2022 Hyundai Kona SUV stated that the airbags in their vehicle failed to deploy during a collision. While the driver attempted to avoid the collision, the automatic brakes failed to respond and the cruise control was still forcing the vehicle forward despite the collision warning. Other reports of the cruise control wreaking havoc on a vehicle’s speed or failing to function consistently have also been reported.

Contact Lemon Law Partners LLP today at (510) 944-0336 to schedule a free case evaluation with a dedicated Berkeley attorney.

Are you having issues with your Hyundai? Lemon Law Partners can help: