Just plummeted................ Hyundai has had mass engine issues for the last 10 years, in a larger unit base then this one. Yawn, another on going Hyundai engine metallurgy issue. What else is new? The sun will rise tomorrow? If you have a late model Hyundai turbo motor you don't run into as many Hyundai metallurgy issues, since they use hypereutectic pistons in the turbo engines. The naturally aspirated engine get the soft very low quality pistons.How do you inspect the piston rings without removing and dismantling the engine? Anyone with any engine knowledge knows that a failed piston ring = misfires, blow by, excessive oil consumption, and eventually a blown motor when the pieces of the failed ring get caught up all over the oil passages.
The resale value of EVERY Hyundai and Kia just plummeted. These things won't be touched in the resale market now. My wife loves her car, but hasn't driven it much so we have less than 2,000 miles on her 2019. And yes, to the others who mentioned it, I changed the oil at 750 miles as you're supposed to with a new engine. I wonder when the class action lawsuit will start?