In this file photo taken on April 19, 2006, police officers walk past a Hyundai logo displayed in front of the Seoul headquarters pf South Korea’s largest carmaker. Photo: Jung Yeon-je/AFPIn this file photo taken on April 19, 2006, police officers walk past a Hyundai logo displayed in front of the Seoul headquarters pf South Korea’s largest carmaker. Photo: Jung Yeon-je/AFP
In this file photo taken on April 19, 2006, police officers walk past a Hyundai logo displayed in front of the Seoul headquarters pf South Korea’s largest carmaker. Photo: Jung Yeon-je/AFP

‘Moving aggressively’, US states investigate Hyundai and Kia over vehicle fires

  • The South Korean carmakers have recalled more than 2.3 million vehicles since 2015 to address various engine fire risks

Topic |   Hyundai
In this file photo taken on April 19, 2006, police officers walk past a Hyundai logo displayed in front of the Seoul headquarters pf South Korea’s largest carmaker. Photo: Jung Yeon-je/AFPIn this file photo taken on April 19, 2006, police officers walk past a Hyundai logo displayed in front of the Seoul headquarters pf South Korea’s largest carmaker. Photo: Jung Yeon-je/AFP
In this file photo taken on April 19, 2006, police officers walk past a Hyundai logo displayed in front of the Seoul headquarters pf South Korea’s largest carmaker. Photo: Jung Yeon-je/AFP
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