oldtimer

Rome, NY

#1 Feb 20, 2014
I am having great problems with the tires on my Hyundai. Side wall bulges, and very quick wear. There are numerous complaints about Hyundai tires on the web. I would like to know if others in the Rome Utica area are having issues with Hyundai Tires. I have found that the 'lemon law' may cover this. Also, if you have had problems and you went to the local dealer, don't let them B.S. you into thinking it was caused by you hitting a pot hole or scraping a curb. The later is a 'canned' question. Bottom line, in my opinion, these tires are dangerous and should not be allowed by USA law to be imported on cars sent to the US.
traded

Whitesboro, NY

#2 Feb 20, 2014
3 years ago I had a tuscon, tires lasted like 13k to 15. replaced them twice. Never saw such a vehicle go thru tires ever and never will. Will never buy a Hyundai again.
smauel clemens

Rome, NY

#3 Feb 20, 2014
oldtimer wrote:
I am having great problems with the tires on my Hyundai. Side wall bulges, and very quick wear. There are numerous complaints about Hyundai tires on the web. I would like to know if others in the Rome Utica area are having issues with Hyundai Tires. I have found that the 'lemon law' may cover this. Also, if you have had problems and you went to the local dealer, don't let them B.S. you into thinking it was caused by you hitting a pot hole or scraping a curb. The later is a 'canned' question. Bottom line, in my opinion, these tires are dangerous and should not be allowed by USA law to be imported on cars sent to the US.
You didnt say how many tires had the problem? I know you are not going to want to hear this but most of that stuff is caused by customers driving.As for the complaints on the internet that equals about one half of one tenth of one percent of the people that bought Hyundais
oldtimer

Rome, NY

#4 Feb 20, 2014
To Sam Clemens...two front tires were replaced due to excessive wear in August 2014 @15,000 miles. No charge. One of those tires got a bulge at 20,000 miles. I believe these tires are dangerous and should not be allowed in the US.
tireguy

Rome, NY

#5 Feb 20, 2014
i'ye notice that the alloys wheel get corrosion where the tire seats on the wheels ALOT on these cars causing slow leaks which causes lower tire pressure causing more heat in tire = faster wear and sidewall stress.

honestly did they actually wear to 2/32 even wear before the mileage for that tire
samuel clemens

Rome, NY

#6 Feb 20, 2014
tireguy wrote:
i'ye notice that the alloys wheel get corrosion where the tire seats on the wheels ALOT on these cars causing slow leaks which causes lower tire pressure causing more heat in tire = faster wear and sidewall stress.
honestly did they actually wear to 2/32 even wear before the mileage for that tire
not a bad comment it does make some good points.,weather has some merits in the alloy seating too.

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