Class Eligibility
Class members include any current or former owner or lessee of a Class Vehicle who was the owner or lessee, on or before November 2, 2012, of such Class Vehicle that was registered in the District of Columbia or one of the fifty (50) states of the United States, except that the following are excluded: (i) Rental Fleet Owners; (ii) government entities, except to the extent that a government entity is the owner or lessee of a Fleet Class Vehicle (in which case such government entity is not excluded from the Class); (iii) judges assigned to the MDL Litigation, including the judge or judges assigned to any lawsuit prior to the transfer of that lawsuit to the MDL Litigation; and (iv) persons who have previously executed a release of HMA that includes a claim concerning the fuel economy of a Class Vehicle. “Rental Fleet Owner” means an owner of one or more Fleet Class Vehicles that are available to be rented or leased. “Fleet Class Vehicle” means a Class Vehicle purchased by a governmental entity, corporation, or person that negotiated the purchase terms directly with HMA, as opposed to one of its authorized dealers, provided that any Fleet Vehicle that HMA agreed to repurchase at a later date is excluded from the Class. The “Class Vehicles” are the Model Years 2011, 2012 and 2013 Hyundai vehicles listed

Models Included

  • 2013 Accent (automatic transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2013 Accent (manual transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2013 Azera (automatic transmission; 3.3 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra (automatic transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra (manual transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra Coupe (automatic transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra Coupe (manual transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra GT (automatic transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra GT (manual transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Elantra GT (manual transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Genesis (automatic transmission; 3.8 liter engine)
  • 2013 Santa Fe Sport 2WD Turbo (automatic transmission; 2.0 liter engine)
  • 2013 Santa Fe Sport 2WD (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2013 Santa Fe Sport 4WD Turbo (automatic transmission; 2.0 liter engine)
  • 2013 Santa Fe Sport 4WD (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2013 Tucson 2WD (automatic transmission; 2.0 liter engine)
  • 2013 Tucson 2WD (automatic transmission, 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2013 Tucson 2WD (manual transmission; 2.0 liter engine)
  • 2013 Tucson 4WD (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2013 Veloster Turbo (automatic transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2013 Veloster (automatic transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2013 Veloster (manual transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2013 Veloster Turbo (manual transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2012 Accent (automatic transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2012 Accent (manual transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2012 Azera (automatic transmission; 3.3 liter engine)
  • Yam Good Wholesome Yams Wrapped with Duck
  • 2012 Elantra (automatic transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2012 Elantra (manual transmission. 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2012 Genesis (automatic transmission; 3.8 liter engine)
  • 2012 Genesis (automatic transmission; 4.6 liter engine)
  • 2012 Genesis (automatic transmission; 5.0 liter engine)
  • Yam Good-Wholesome Yams Wrapped with Chicken
  • 2012 Tucson 2WD (automatic transmission; 2.0 liter engine)
  • 2012 Sonata Hybrid Electric Vehicle (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2012 Tucson 2WD (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2012 Tucson 2WD (manual transmission; 2.0 liter engine)
  • 2012 Tucson 4WD (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
  • 2012 Veloster (automatic transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2012 Veloster (manual transmission; 1.6 liter engine)
  • 2011 Elantra (automatic transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2011 Elantra (manual transmission; 1.8 liter engine)
  • 2011 Sonata Hybrid Electric Vehicle (automatic transmission; 2.4 liter engine)
Estimated Amount
Varies (Note that members of the settlement may elect forms of compensation that increase the cash value of their lump settlement by opting for A) A debit card good for service and parts at Hyundai dealerships good for $150% of their settlement or B) A debit card good toward the purchase of a new Hyundai vehicle with value of 200% of the amount and good for a period of three years. Refer to schedule A on the long notice to review the lump cash amounts. Members of the class may opt for a lump sum settlement or a lifetime reimbursement program. Additionally; you can receive an extra one time payment if: You are a Current Original Owner, Current Lessee, or Current Fleet Owner of an Elantra, Accent, Veloster or Sonata Hybrid listed on Schedule A and you elect to remain in or register for the Lifetime Reimbursement Program, you can still receive a one-time “Additional Compensation” payment under the Settlement. If you are a Former Owner of an Elantra, Accent, Veloster or Sonata Hybrid listed on Schedule A and you elect to remain in or register for the Lifetime Reimbursement Program (or elect to receive a Lump Sum Payment in the form of a Cash Debit Card), you can receive the additional compensation set forth below if: (i) you were the original retail owner of that particular Class Vehicle (e.g., you did not purchase the Class Vehicle as a Fleet Vehicle); and (ii) you were the owner of that Class Vehicle on February 12, 2013. Additionally one time payments are as follows: Current Original Owners & Certain Former Owners:$100 per Elantra, Accent, Veloster, and Sonata Hybrid Class Vehicle. You can receive this Additional Compensation in any form of compensation outlined in Table 1 on page 10. Current Lessees and Current Fleet Owners:$50 per Elantra, Accent, Veloster, and Sonata Hybrid Class Vehicle. You can receive this Additional Compensation in any form of compensation outlined in Table 1 on page 10.
Proof of Purchase
VIN #
Case Name
Hyundai and Kia Fuel Economy Litigation, No. MDL 13-2424-GW (FFMx) CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA – WESTERN DIVISION
Case Summary
This settlement resolves allegations related to the representation of gas performance of several vehicles made by the defendant Hyundai denies the allegations but has agreed to set a reimbursement program for the affected members of the class based on either a lifetime refund program or a lump sum debit card
Settlement Pool
N/A
Deadline
07/06/2015
Contact
Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement Program Headquarters P.O. Box 10759 Newport Beach, CA 92658 Phone:1-877-277-0012 hyundaimpgsettlement@jnrcorp.com

134 responses to “Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement”

  1. Rebekah Lee says:

    Does this include 2007 Hyundai Sonata?

    ADMIN
    Hi Rebekah,
    Per the list posted and schedule A on the long form notice this class action settlement does not include the 2007 Hyundai Sonata

  2. Martha Kay says:

    Does this include a •2013 Santa Fe Sport 4WD Turbo (automatic transmission; 2.0 liter purchased in Jan. 2013 by the original owner?

    Admin:
    Dear Martha,
    Yes per schedule A it appears your vehicle is part of this class action settlement.

  3. Pamela Rogacki says:

    I have a 2013 Hyundai Elantra Automatic 4 door Sedan is my vehicle also involved in this Class action settlement. I did not receive anything in the mail regarding this.

    ADMIN
    It appears only the coupe is included but double-check with the class action administrator

    Thank You

  4. joe willard says:

    I had a Hyundai accent 2013

  5. joe willard says:

    I have a Hyundai Accent

    • michael greer says:

      I also had a 2012 accent.the company keeps saying now for over four years that they will be sending me a debit card for 410.00.I am still waiting.I hope i live long enough to spend it.

  6. Natasha Starkey says:

    I recently purchased a 2012 Hyundai Sonata, Does this apply to me?

    ADMIN
    Dear Natasha,
    Please scroll up and read the list of cars included or alternatively click on the link for the class action page and check Schedule A as posted at the end of the long notice.

  7. deb says:

    I bought a 2010 sonata in 2011. Is this included, I currently still own the car

  8. Ranjit Bhaskar says:

    Hello there!
    I own a 2011 Hyundai Elantra. I lost my unique ID, how do I file the claim?

    Thanks,

  9. Jane B says:

    I own 2013 Hyundai Elantra. I haven’t received anything in mail. Looking for unique ID. I have tried calling them and emailing them. Any idea where else I can get unique ID?

    Thanks,

    ADMIN
    Dear Jane,
    You can use the VIN number instead of the Unique ID. When you click on the claim form you will have the option to enter one or the other.

    • Jane B says:

      I can very well see that my model qualifies for the class action claim, yet website keeps saying its not eligible. Does that mean there is a glitch in the system. No one seems to be replying to my emails/calls.

  10. Mark Langenfelder says:

    I have a 2013 hyundai accent is this included in the class action
    Thank you
    Mark Langenfelder

    ADMIN
    Hi Mark,
    Please refer to the bulleted list above or schedule A on the long notice for this class action settlement.

  11. Diane says:

    Why is the 2012 Veracruz not listed?

  12. Steve Perry says:

    We were part of the original complainant party on this case, we had a 2011 Sonata, my name wasconbthe original complaint filed in court, I actually had made contact with Hyuandai Corp, about our low MPG,, right after purchasing our car in December of 2010.
    We were notified last year that, the only 2011 Sonata,s included in the complaint was the hybrid.
    I feel that we were victems of a biased action.

  13. Linda Hill says:

    Hi, I owned 2 of the vehicles listed. one of them I am currently driving and the other one I traded in. How do I make a claim on the vehicle I traded in that is one the list. I do not know the vin number to that one.
    Thank You – Linda

    ADMIN,
    Without a VIN number you will not be able to submit a claim.

  14. Joan Kaplan says:

    I have leased a 2012 Genesis, and a 2013 Genesis and currently lease a 2015 Genesis, which currently has poor gas mileage. I want to be included in the class action suit.

    ADMIN
    Joan
    If the model of your vehicles are part of schedule A as listed above please file a claim by entering your VIN numbers in the online claim form.

  15. not joan says:

    joan you have a lot of money

  16. Drum says:

    I have checked the vin number and it was reported as not listed, This car has not even come close to the mileage it said it would get when we bought it new, best we have ever got was 30 and it was advertised at 40.
    Could this be because it is a “touring” model?

    ADMIN
    Hi Drum,
    We are unable to clarify why your car does not qualify but encourage you to contact the class action administrator directly. The contact information is available by scrolling up

  17. Fern says:

    We have a 2011 Kia sorento does this qualify?

    ADMIN
    Hi Fern,
    No, your Kia Sorento is not part of Schedule A on this class action settlement.

  18. Joe says:

    Am I qualified if I bought a 2013 Veloster in 2014?
    The model is listed, but the purchase was made after the date range.
    I bought the car as new from a Hyundai dealership; am first owner.

    ADMIN
    If it was purchased after the date range by then Hyundai had adjusted the average miles per gallon disclosure. You do not qualify for this class action settlement.

  19. Ursula says:

    I own a 2008 Elantra with very bad fuel mileage. It does not appear to be on the list but it should. IS there another class action law suit that I can sign up for? If not, will my vehicle be added to this list?

    ADMIN
    Hi Ursula,
    At the moment there is not a class action in progress for your particular model. If one does arise we will post it.

    • ashley jackson says:

      Ditto I have a 2008 Hyundai elantra and the gas mileage isn’t what they advertised

  20. Frank J. Vellucci says:

    I have a 2015 Sonata will that be entered into the class action?

    ADMIN
    Hi Frank,
    Your 2015 Sonata is not included in this class action settlement.

  21. Tom Adkins says:

    Why is 2013 Sonata not listed? My gas mileage has been no where near what was promised.

    ADMIN

    Hi Thomas,
    We have no idea why your vehicle was not listed. We encourage you to contact the administrator to ask for more details as to how the list of affected vehicles came about.

  22. arlesia rodgers says:

    my gas mileage was no where near what was promised, what happen to the sonata 2012

  23. Tara says:

    My vehicle is clearly listed as being involved in the claim, but when I enter the VIN it says it’s not eligible. I have a 2013 hyundai Azeri 3.3L. Please help.

    ADMIN
    Hi Tara,
    I encourage you to contact the class action administrator at 1-877-277-0012

  24. MICHELLE says:

    I leased a new Hyundai Elantra 2010 doe 2 years and then purchased it with the full warrantee. Can I be included since the purchase occurred in 2012 or 2013? Thank you

    ADMIN-Hi Michelle,
    It appears your vehicle is not included in the settlement.

  25. Marc says:

    My 2013 Genesis coupe 2.0T burns too much fuel.
    Can I file?
    Best

    ADMIN-Hi Marc,
    If your car is listed under schedule A as posted above and the VIN qualifies when completing the form you can move forward with your claim.

  26. Faye Marshall says:

    I have leased a Hyundai Elantra not for sure of the year..

  27. Tee Brown says:

    Is my 2012 eligible for this class action lawsuit

    ADMIN-Hi Tee,

    Refer to Schedule A to see if your model is included.

  28. Mike says:

    I have a 2010 genesis coupe. Do I qualify?

    ADMIN-Hi Mike,

    Per schedule A posted above you do not qualify.

  29. Natalie says:

    What happened during court on June 11th? I’ve called and always get a different answer.

  30. Salindar singh says:

    I own a 2013 Hyundai elantra and did not receive anything in the mail

    ADMIN-Hi Salindar,
    If your car is specifically listed in schedule A contact the class action admin.

  31. Natalie says:

    You answered Salindar but couldnt answer me? Must be computerised answers

    ADMIN- Hi Natalie,

    I did not reply to your question because the answer on the claims page is pretty straightforward. This is what took place on June 11th:
    On June 11, 2015, the Court granted final approval of the settlement. Once the period of time in which any party may appeal has passed without an appeal (mid-July), Hyundai will begin the process of mailing out the settlement compensation (early Fall 2015). The deadline for claims remains July 6, 2015.

  32. Helen says:

    I never received my unique ID from Hyundai MPG Class Settlement. How can I get my ID?

    ADMIN – Hi Helen,

    You can use either your unique ID or your full VIN.

  33. Big T says:

    I bought my 2013 Sante Fe in January 2013….It looks like I am out of luck even though my Sante Fe isn’t close to what they told me.

  34. K says:

    When will there be another status update??

    ADMIN – Hi K,

    When we have an update we will post it on our Facebook page. Follow us.

    • Gina says:

      What is the name of the Facebook page? I would like to follow. Also, I finally just sold my Elantra; will I still be able to collect what I am owed (who knows how many more years this will drag out)? It would be ridiculous to expect people to wait around driving the same vehicle for eons!

      ADMIN – Hi Gina,

      https://www.facebook.com/ClassActionRebates/

      I believe once the claim is filed you will still get your monies even if you sold the car.

  35. Curtis Hay says:

    When I received the notice for the claim my 2013 accent wasn’t paid for now I have paid off the vechicle will this make a difference in settlement?

    ADMIN – Hi Curtis,

    Whether you have paid off your vehicle or not makes no difference in the claim process.

  36. Sean says:

    So the most recent settlement update says 6 different appeals have been filed after the court approved the settlement in June leaving us in limbo for who knows how long. This is really frustrating and I will not be buying another Hyundai ever again. I have filed a claim already for the lump sum, does this mean I have no way to receive anything until this is settled? I had at least been getting something from the lifetime reimbursement program!

    ADMIN – Hi Sean,

    Your interpretation is correct.

    • james powers says:

      Hyundai has made a good car. We have a 2012 elanrra. Wouldn’t it be good if Hyundai was as concerned about their present customers as they are about getting new ones?!! I signed up for a lump sum and have received nothing since I signed up. The lawyers are getting the money, so what’s new?!

      ADMIN – Hi James,

      All class action settlements are long and subject to all manner of appeals. The delays have nothing to do with the lawyers.

  37. Bill Miller says:

    I would be very interested in just who are the 6 that have filed the appeals.
    And what reasons have they given.
    This whole subject has left a very bad taste in my mouth.
    First a notice that mileage had to be verified, so I travel the 200 miles to the nearest dealer , they check the mileage and then tell me this was not a needed requirement at all.

    ADMIN – Hi Bill,

    I removed your personal information. We are not the admin for this class action. If you scroll up you can find the contact information for the admin and contact them directly. We are purely an informational website. We are not associated with the admin and are unable to provide you information regarding your case.

  38. tonya says:

    I have a 2011 hyundai sonata se. Do I qualify?

    ADMIN- Hi Tonya

    No, you don’t the deadline for this class action has passed.

  39. Christopher Wilson says:

    Why do I have to wait for my lump sum because a few people don’t like what they are getting the court should put those people in a different settlement. It’s unfair to me. I would like my settlement now

    ADMIN – Hi Christopher,

    We see your point but there is nothing we can do to help you out. Appeals can sometimes take years.

  40. Emp says:

    I have agreed to accept a lump sum payment. Will the payment be adjusted to inflation, or any other factors such as gas prices at the time the appeals are handled?

    Also, given the appeal period, is there a way to withdraw the lump sump agreement, and revert to receiving cash back based on mileage?

    ADMIN – Hi Emp,

    I don’t think you can change your mind once you have selected an option but I encourage you to contact the class action administrator to receive further clarification.

  41. Sharon Callahan says:

    I submitted a claim online prior to the deadline date. What I cannot recall was whether it was to the class action suit or to Hyundai direct. I do recall that there was a choice of compensation. I had chosen a “service credit”. However I never received anything after that by email or U.S. mail. My Hyundai Dealership said that they cannot find anything on it. I wonder how do we follow up to find status of our individual online claim submission? Can you assist with this?

    Thank you, Sharon and Joe Callahan

    ADMIN – Hi Sharon,

    Try contacting this number Phone:1-877-277-0012

  42. CHRISTOPHER WILSON says:

    Now I’m thinking that hyundai is making the letters of appeal just so they don’t have to pay. What do you think people

  43. P. R. says:

    @CHRISTOPHER WILSON, these class actions are generally led by greedy lawyers and law firms smelling the money. All of the class actions I have received notice on and followed up on, the payouts are generally large, but only mean anything to the lawyers collecting their large % and the little people getting a few bucks. I had no issue with the reimbursement card and would love to have that updated as I am now at 61,000 miles. I will tell you that I have no intention of buying another Hyundai. It has been a great car for the money, but I’m struggling to get 25mpg for a car that was sold as a 40mpg. I was realistic in knowing that I have more than flat, straight roads, but I would have been happy with a low 30mpg. 25mpg is worse than every one of my previous cars. For a modern vehicle that is not a sports car, SUV, or full sized sedan, how embarrassing.

    I don’t think this is Hyundai at work though. I think it’s greedy law firms trying to get their piece. At some point, they will come to terms, band together, and split their part of the settlement accordingly. That said, the little people are left hanging until. This is part of the legal issues this country faces and why we are mocked worldwide. In reality, this would be a 1 day item;
    -Hyundai, please present your methods for collecting data, the data collected, and anything else you want us to consider.
    -EPA, did Hyundai follow proper testing procedures when evaluating MPG?
    -If Yes, case closed, no further action
    -If No, please reevaluate based on testing guidelines with EPA oversight based on inability to do so the first time, and figure out the difference and meet back here in 3 months (plenty of time).
    -What were your findings? How large is the difference? Take average fuel cost and pay owners of those vehicles the difference % based on the average fuel cost. If Hyundai has alternate method of paying, please present to the court to see if we believe that’s a fair and just model.
    -If Yes, case closed, pending payout completion
    -If No, too bad, so sad, you must follow court’s original order.

    I know the system is put in place to ensure justice, but over the years, it has really turned into a method to extend justice from being served and prey on those who can’t afford to go the distance (little people can’t afford an attorney for extended periods of time and eventually run out of funds during delays) or a way to make multiple attempts to get out of things hoping to find that one sympathetic ear. Way too much work for a few hundred bucks. Hyundai should just make good on it and work on making an argument strong enough to bring me back as a customer. As it stands, I have talked multiple people out of buying my car or another Hyundai based simply on this situation and how it was handled. Dealership had 0 clue what I was talking about and was bounced back and forth 3-4 times before I found a time when I could be at the dealer AND on the phone with Hyundai to have them talk to each other.

  44. Wayne Pittman says:

    I agree with the letter from PR. Hyundai get off of dam pot and pay us what we have coming. Or stop selling your vehicles in USA. USMC Korean Vet.

  45. Doug says:

    I am more pissed about the resale than the gas mileage. I bought this car because I was looking at value and importantly…resell be value. I feel that is where we lose the most. Being able to state the 40mpg. Freeway, is a major selling point. Hey, it sold me!

  46. Melissa Smith says:

    Is there a way to pull out of this settlement and file this thing independently? When I agreed to a settlement amount… It wasn’t to wait two to five years for someone to actually pay what I’m due.

    ADMIN – Hi Melissa,

    There is not.

  47. M. Webb says:

    I purchased a 2012 Elantra brand new and still own it. I have not been involved in any lawsuit. Am I still eligible to collect or have I missed a deadline?

    ADMIN – Hi Mr. Webb,

    Sadly you no longer have legal recourse.

  48. KG says:

    Looking at the attorney’s website, the appeals process states that it should take three months to a year for a decision. This is after the Feb. 10, 2017 hearing – is there any way to find a docket or case number for the appeals case to research where exactly the case is in standing?

    ADMIN – Hi KG,

    You can find cases for the court handling this case at:
    https://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/newsworthy/media/public-access-court-electronic-records-pacer

  49. theodore saggio says:

    I owned a 2012 Hyundai elantra & I remember reading that my reimbursement would be $531 dollars (approximately).how do I collect this amount & can I get it on a cash card to spend as I want. I am 75 yrs old & in bad health . I want to collect it now ,ty

    ADMIN – Hi Theodore,

    We can’t answer this for you. All questions regarding settlements must be forwarded to the class action administrators.

  50. Mikie Emerson says:

    I had an Accent 2012. I have been promised a debit card for years and STILL have not received one. This is an example of a poor way to do business!

  51. Mary Lowman says:

    I have a Hyundai Accent vin number KMHCU4AE2DU338321 and I got a small payment. I am trying to get my next payment. How do I do that?

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    I believe they are not yet distributing additional payments.

  52. Michelle Peterson says:

    A few months ago maybe less, I received information in the mail about a class action suit against Hyundai for my 2013 Accent. It was for several things but a stalling engine was one. At the time I had no issues with my Accent so I threw away the paperwork. Now in the last month my car has failed to start on several occasions and I have had to get a jump. Sometimes it will just will not start right away. It makes lots of clicking noises. Where can I get the information again?

    ADMIN – Hi Michelle,

    Unless you have additional details I really can’t help you find the info you seek.

  53. Christy says:

    I had my mileage checked in 2014 and I still have received nothing the dealership submitted my information. How do I check on this or am I out all together now??

    ADMIN – Hi Christy,

    You can receive additional info about your claim status by contacting the class action administrator.

  54. Gary Kessler says:

    I was never notified of this in any form. Now the motor in my 2013 sonata 2.4 is at a dealer– for 3 months so far– your website says it’s to late to fill out the claim. Im on the verge of hiring a private attorney, I really loved Hyundai but now I’ve got a really bad taste in my mouth.

    ADMIN – Hi Gary,

    If you feel you need legal representation I encourage you to hire a lawyer.

  55. Gary Kessler says:

    The motor blew up.. sorry.

  56. Zack Peck says:

    I was never made aware of this lawsuit by hyundai they claim they acted with transparency but that is a lie. Is there any lawsuit for customers not properly notified?

    ADMIN – Hi Zack,

    No failure to notify lawsuit that I know about. I do encourage you to sign up for our mailing list so you can be in the loop.

  57. David Olesen says:

    STILL waiting. This is unbelievable – so slow. This is in our court system, which is embarrassingly slow. I don’t understand why it is taking years to settle this simple matter. No case should take this long. The only winners are the law firms, looking at a $750K+ payday!!!! Insanity.

    ADMIN – Hi David,

    There are over 100 judge vacancies that the president has not yet filled. The backlog is pretty serious.

  58. Paula M. Olivarez says:

    Since June 11,2015 I received I received letter thanking me for requesting for the Hyundai Fuel Economy class action sue. Well to this day 10/17/2017 nothing has come of this . I was told that I would receive $317.00 . Still being told that maybe Sept 2017, and nothing has happened. I sent a fax requesting for a change of address, phone change as well. hopefully this gets done since the other is taking forever.

    ADMIN – Hi Paula,

    We are not the class action admins thus we are unable to engage in escalating your concern.

  59. Diego Enkee says:

    Like so many others that have posted on this site, I am a current owner of a 2013 Elantra GT and I am awaiting payment for settlement of the MPG class action lawsuit. While I realize there is nothing I can do about the ridiculous delay in getting my settlement, there is one thing I can do – never ever buy (nor recommend to friends & family) another Hyundai vehicle. I’m currently shopping for a new car, and am planning to purchase a Honda. I won’t even consider another Hyundai, due to the terrible customer service I have experienced with Hyundai and the poor quality of the vehicle (numerous mfg defects and recalls). I wonder if I will ever receive this payment…

    ADMIN – Hi Diego,

    You will receive a payment in due time if you are a qualified member of the class.

  60. Lorrie D says:

    Dont sell your car settlement will be null and void

  61. James Hoskins says:

    My 2012 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid SUCKS fuel and I will NEVER purchase anything from them again. l’ll be fabricating and installing a highly visible license plate frame that reads THIS HYUNDAI SUCKS! to constantly display my opinion of Hyundai. I regret not sharing my opinion back in 2012/2013.

    • anita fischer says:

      What a great idea! I just may do something similar re: Hyundai’s customer service department in Marlton, NJ. I contacted corporate and was still unable to get any satisfaction.

  62. K Miller says:

    A person above commented – “Dont sell your car settlement will be null and void”. I am hoping this is nonsense. I was no longer going to hold on to a car that was not giving me the fuel mpg as stated on new car sticker at the time of purchase. We bought our 2012 Hyundai Elantra new and traded it last year on 2016 Hyundai Tucson. We were one of the first people to registered as part of the class action lawsuit. Waiting years now for a settlement check. After keeping the Elantra for 4 years and spending way more money on fuel costs, I would hope that the settlement we filed for would NOT BE NULL AND VOID. And I can guarantee you that if this is indeed the case, I will never again purchase a Hyundai product.

  63. Linda Morales says:

    I have since moved and now too long to forward mail. Where or who do I notify?

    ADMIN – Hi Linda,

    Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement Program Headquarters
    P.O. Box 10759
    Newport Beach, CA 92658
    Phone:1-877-277-0012
    hyundaimpgsettlement@jnrcorp.com

  64. Jake Adair says:

    You keep saying we should contact the class action administrators, who are they? Can you drop their contact info, maybe an email or phone number?

    Thanks

    ADMIN – Hi Jake,

    If you scroll up on any of the settlements we post you will see a section right at the very bottom that is subtitled “contact”. In this case it reads as follows:

    Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement Program Headquarters
    P.O. Box 10759
    Newport Beach, CA 92658
    Phone:1-877-277-0012
    hyundaimpgsettlement@jnrcorp.com

  65. Jake Adair says:

    Thank you

  66. Fred says:

    From the settlement website this morning:
    The federal district court approved the settlement in June 2015. Based on that order, we anticipated mailing out settlement payments by early Fall 2015. Unfortunately, six different appeals were filed in connection with the settlement, forcing Hyundai to halt any settlement payments. In January 2018, the appellate court ruled that the trial court should re-evaluate the settlement in light of differences in the law of each State within the nationwide settlement class. Additional appellate procedures are pending. As a result, it is currently unclear when the settlement will be re-evaluated and, if appropriate, become final. Until resolved, we are not able to move things forward and mail out settlement payments. We apologize for the inconvenience. You can check this website for the most current information.

  67. Jerry says:

    So the lawyers have been paid?? ($9M!!) Interesting. No money for the consumers, but plenty for the lawyers. Ridiculous!! Been waiting 5 years!!!! They should have to wait like everyone else.. will never buy another Hyundai!!

  68. Natalie Cosper says:

    This has gone on long enough..

    ADMIN – Hi Natalie,

    Appeals can be extremely frustrating.

  69. Marc Fersten says:

    I understand it’s on appeals. I’m surprised that Hyundai in good faith due to over 3 years in appeals that they dont offer another solution. Like a greater incentive to lease or buy another Hyundai. I need to purchase a Suv. The Kona looks nice but I have such sour grapes with Hyundai on this BS appeals. Reading so many posts that consumers will not buy another Hyundai. Poor marketing strategy on your Co. Should offer additional incentives for those in appeals.

    ADMIN – Hi Marc,

    Hopefully someone from Hyundai reads our page.

  70. Elizabeth Jergenson says:

    What do I do if my address just changed?

    ADMIN – Hi Elizabeth,

    You can send a certified letter to the class action administrator with a notification of your change of address.

  71. Elaine Degarmo says:

    Yep, I’m done with Hyundai also

  72. Kevin Keller says:

    I have sent in my info on my 2012 Veloster. I took the lump sum payment option a few years ago. I never received the check. How do I get paid now? Do I need to fill out a new claim form?

    ADMIN – Hi Kevin,

    Escalate with the class action administrator.

  73. Jackie schaaf says:

    Any word on if we will receive what we were promised

    ADMIN – Hi Jackie,

    The federal district court approved the settlement in June 2015. Based on that order, we anticipated mailing out settlement payments by early Fall 2015. Unfortunately, six different appeals were filed in connection with the settlement, forcing Hyundai to halt any settlement payments. In January 2018, the appellate court ruled that the trial court should re-evaluate the settlement in light of differences in the law of each State within the nationwide settlement class. Additional appellate procedures are pending. As a result, it is currently unclear when the settlement will be re-evaluated and, if appropriate, become final. Until resolved, we are not able to move things forward and mail out settlement payments. We apologize for the inconvenience. You can check this website for the most current information. (This update is current as of October 8th 2018)

  74. Marc S Fersten says:

    We filed our response in a timely manner for our Elantra. Lease was over and we entered into another 3 year lease. Now this lease is over, will the dealer put the difference into a new lease or basically still have to wait.
    I think it’s time after 3 straight leaves with Hyundai to change because this is getting to be very, very frustrating.

    Hi Marc,

    Contact the class action administrator to get clarification on this matter.

  75. velma craven says:

    I veima craven also bought a 2012 hyundia Accent, gas mileage did turn out to be what was advertised.

    ADMIN – Hi Velma,

    The deadline has passed and you may no longer file.

  76. Mike Smith says:

    Any update? We filed in a timely manner for the settlement, have received confirmation of such, but now nothing. The latest I can see is the court was reconsidering the class action in July 2018. Is that resolved? We just purchased a new vehicle (still own the Hyandai involved in the settlement) We bought a Nissan and will be in the market in 2019 for a car for my mom. I refuse to step foot on a Hyandai car lot until this is resolved.
    Please update. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Mike,

    None at the moment.

  77. Gary T says:

    I’m at a loss… Looking to get my own lawyer and start my own suit… Also will not look at a Hyundai or Kia…

  78. Melanie says:

    Has the delay in pay out reduced the settlement amount for Hyundai owners due to legal fees?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Melanie, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  79. Jody Didamo says:

    I opted for the discount on my next new car from Hyundai…any update on that settlement?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Jody, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  80. Helen Skvarca says:

    I have a 2011 Elantra. It appears to me that Hyundai is waiting until all of the listed models are no longer in working order and hoping that there is no one left to receive their settlements. This is ridiculous.

  81. Colleen Harvey says:

    I have a 2012 Elantra and applied for the Hyundai mpg settlement since 2014 and haven’t heard anything more about it.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Colleen, Sorry to hear that. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  82. Dionne Dufour says:

    I bought 2nd 2013 hyundai elantra in 2016, will it be eligible also

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Dionne, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  83. juan zaldumbide says:

    What the heck is going on with this program. I have a 2012 Genesis (3.8 liter) and am the original owner. I last put in for a reimbursement about 4 years ago and received a timely debit card. I recently went to the dealer and submitted reimbursement. It’s been about 8 weeks I have not heard anything from Hyundai. I’ve sent a few follow up emails asking for confirmation that they received my reimbursement request but have not had replies. Very frustrated.

    Juan Zaldumbide

  84. DANIEL NEVINS says:

    I was told by a letter from Hyundai dated 09/06/2019 I would receive payment in 4 to 6 weeks. Today is 10/28/2019 and I have not received payment. I have sent 3 emails to the company with no response.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Daniel, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  85. robert Karvonen says:

    need help to get vin# have bought several Hyundais and not sure which one I filed claim with. help would be appreciated.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Robert, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  86. BETSY O'NEILL says:

    This was in my email on 10/29/2019

    Thank you for submitting your claim for the Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement. You should receive your requested settlement payment in the mail within the next 7 to 10 business days.

    We at Hyundai will continue to work hard to be deserving of your trust and appreciate the opportunity to make this right for you.

    Sincerely,
    Hyundai Motor America

  87. STEPHEN SCHWARTZ says:

    received a Hyundai MPG rewards card and I’m am having a hard time activating it. The system will not accept any of the VIN Numbers and I am unable to activate card. I am looking for some help figuring out what vin number to use. I owned multiple Hyundais during this time period.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,

    Stephen Schwartz 

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Stephen, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  88. Rosemarie Risch says:

    I have been informed about the Hyundai settlement has been finalized & I am wondering if I am going to receive a check or is it going to be a prepaid card. I sent out reply emails to the emails that I have got from the headquarters involved with this settlement, but haven’t had any luck in getting an answer. I don’t know why it is taking so long for a simple answer. I don’t think that I or anyone else would want a prepaid card from Hyundai which is what I had received from Sunrise Bank in California unless this is a SCAM. That is why I am contacting the people who are in charge of this. I am not contacting the bank that issued out this card because I only want to have someone from the settlement program to tell me what is going on. In other words, I rather hear it from the Horses Mouth as the old saying goes. Once Again Many thanks

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Rosemarie, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  89. Randy says:

    NEVER again. I will never buy another Hyundai because of the dishonest mileage claims. EVER!

  90. Rosemarie Risch says:

    Hey there Once again they didn’t print out my reply form What a Surprise. I guess that they can’t handle the lousy feedback from their useless services. Hope that none of the lawyers that represented the Hyundal settlement will ever represent anyone of us in a future court battle. We all will probably have a noose around our necks before court begins. Nice going you bunch of sell outs

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Rosemarie, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  91. JACQUELYN HULST says:

    When I originally filed with the lawsuit we were going to be purchasing another Hyundai so I opted for the rebate for a new car. Since it took so long I already purchased the car and then last week I got a certificate for money off a new car. At this point I would like to just get the cash since I already bought a car. Who do I need to talk to about that and if it is possible?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Jacquelyn, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  92. Ezela T says:

    Can we talk about how the settlements are in the form of a prepaid credit card that can ONLY be used at participating Hyundai dealerships? What on earth am I supposed to do with this, when I don’t even own a Hyundai anymore…Vent over. Guess everyone’s getting windshield wipers for christmas!

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Ezela, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  93. Roland Kissinger says:

    I received a Hyundai rebate card for over $500 but have misplaced the car d
    It was a debit card
    Can you send me the full number
    Ex date and code so I can use
    Roland Kissinger
    126 126th Ave West #6
    Treasure island FL 33706
    1-727-367-1755

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Ronald, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  94. Ronald J Staub says:

    Recieved on October 29, 2019:
    Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement Payment has been mailed

    Hyundai Program Headquarters hyundaimpgsettlement@jnrcorp.com via gmail.mcsv.net
    Oct 29, 2019, 4:59 PM
    to STAUBRJ561@GMAIL.COM

    Thank you for submitting your claim for the Hyundai Fuel Economy Class Action Settlement. You should receive your requested settlement payment in the mail WITHIN THE NEXT 7 TO 10 BUSINESS DAYS.

    Please advise. It has been over 60 days.
    staubrj561@gmail.com
    THANK YOU

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Ronald, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  95. Jim Mullins says:

    Hello….Is there any updates on this settlement? Still own my 2012 Hyundai Accent and have been waiting for this to settle. Jim.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Jim, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  96. Joel Marquardt says:

    Any updates? The Hyundai place in town gave me a small check and said they would do so for the life of the car when I bring it in and they read the odometer. The next time I brought it in a couple years ago, they said that the rebate was discontinued. Any thoughts?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Joel, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  97. Blanche Sykes says:

    I purchased a vehicle from Hyundai, did the class action online work as directed and heard nothing for a longtime. I recently inquired to Hyundai about it and they said it was settled already. They stated that my claim was incomplete, that they attempted to reach out to me in 2015 for additional documents which included the proof of the purchase date and the mileage, saying they did not receive a response and that the class action settlement and the court had settled in July of 2019. I am completely disappointed in the process. My vehicle has been at 2 different Hyundai dealers over the lifetime that I have had it and it was purchased from a Hyundai dealer. What, if anything, can I do to take part in this?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Blanche, Thank you for your message. However, there seems to have been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  98. william miller says:

    When is this going to be settled?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi William, the claims deadline for this settlement was way back in 2015. Please review the details above. Cheers.

  99. Patricia Petrous says:

    I own a 2012 Tucson and was on the lifetime reimbursement program, where compensation was based on mileage. Where does that program stand? Where do I go to state my mileage? Thank you for your assistance.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Patricia. Thanks for your message. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  100. Shell says:

    I filed seems like 8 yrs ago on a 2011 Elantra they sent me a mileage card that they disbursed funds to one time… then I received a letter stating they were trying to determine if they were just going to do a one time reimbursement …. lol that was about 7 years ago.. I have moved since then. Should I update my address somewhere?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Thanks for your message. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please check the settlement website for any updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.