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Hyundai Santa Fe negative camber

Asked by Arnie Boyaci

I really like the new Hyundai Santa Fe but I am concerned about the negative camber I see they have at the back wheels. The previous model did not have it, and none of the other Hyundai vehicles do either. Since the Santa Fe is not a performance vehicle, one would not expect negative camber be a design future. The vehicles in dealerships seem to be fine, so it looks like the vehicle develops negative camber after some usage. As you would agree this puts great stress over independent rear suspension and is a tyre killer. Are you able get any sort of decent comment about this from Hyundai?

Answered by CarsGuide

10 Jan 2014 Carsguide.com.au

Hyundai told us they haven't had any reports of the rear suspension sagging on the Santa Fe, and suggest what you saw could have been the result of overloading, or perhaps that the load on the tow ball was too high.

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