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A U.S. Navy lieutenant says he was driving a new Hyundai when suddenly the wheel malfunctioned, causing the car to cross lanes of Interstate 95. (Photo: Hyundai) A U.S. Navy lieutenant says he was driving a new Hyundai when suddenly the wheel malfunctioned, causing the car to cross lanes of Interstate 95. (Photo: Hyundai)

A Connecticut jury recently found that the front driver’s side wheel of a new Hyundai Elantra was not defective when the vehicle crossed lanes of a highway, injuring the driver.

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