I bought a 2010 i30 four months ago. Already, the nearside front suspension
has failed. The replacements parts will take about three weeks to get -
according to both the dealer and Hyundai UK.
Is this typical?
I've had front coil spring failure on both sides on my Nissan, and both
times the RAC has blamed it on speed bumps saying it's now their major
call out. My Nissan dealer asks me if I want to pay full price and get
a genuine spring, or get an identical generic the same day at half
price, telling me that just about all cars took the same parts anyway.
Ask your dealer about this, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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