Hyundai Tucson review | My car probably won’t burst into flames anymore

Marius shares his experience driving and owning a Hyundai Tucson, including what the current status was on the safety recall of his car.

We review the 2016-2021 Hyundai Tucson Active X, which channel producer Marius has driven in Australia for the past four years and 100,000 kilometres.

This review is a bit different, because the Hyundai Tucson is being recalled in multiple countries around the world due to a problem with the assisted braking system, which could cause the car to burn.

Marius shares his experience driving and owning a Hyundai Tucson, including what the current status was on the recall of his car as of 1 April 2021.

(Views expressed about the car, car maker, ownership experience and handling of the product recall to date are our honest, personal opinions.)

Update 2 June 2021: Hyundai fixed my car

Marius took his car in for a regular service yesterday, and the dealer fixed the braking system so that it’s no longer a fire hazard. Marius is happy!

Marius
Marius
I know how to drive a car, but I'm definitely not a car expert. So instead, I pull my weight as OwnerDrive cofounder by being the channel producer and everything else digital person type thing... When I'm not filming and editing OwnerDrive videos with Jonathan, I do copywriting and creative writing, practice martial arts, build websites and intranets, and work for The Man.

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Hyundai Tucson review | My car probably won't burst into flames anymore https://youtu.be/GSVQ8xj5xio We review the 2016-2021 Hyundai Tucson Active X, which channel producer Marius has driven in Australia for the past four years and 100,000 kilometres. This review is a bit different, because the Hyundai Tucson is being recalled in multiple countries around the world due...